Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Happy New Year, citizens of the city of Petrozavodsk!

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

One of the residents of Mytischi, the Moscow Region, had waited for his EMS express mail for close to a month, when he decided to come to the post office personally to pick up his mail. That’s what he saw there:

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

After several visits to the post office and a written request to find his mail, he finally succeeded.

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Next time you pour some juice into a glass, be careful because there you may find this:

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

This device is familiar to all Soviet people because each family used to have it in their house.

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

To make candies, we are going to need some sugar, water, vegetable oil and a flavoring.

Assorted Russia, Part 42

First of all, you have to oil the form.

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Then, mix all the ingredients and heat it up.

Assorted Russia, Part 42

This is what you’ll have 10 minutes later.

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Pour the boiling mix into the form, stick toothpicks into it and put the form into the fridge.

Assorted Russia, Part 42

In Byelorussia, some people use cellars instead of the fridge.

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Assorted Russia, Part 42

Enjoy!

Assorted Russia, Part 42

‘Pride of the Academy’, ‘Faculty of Book Business, Documentation and Museology’.

This looks like a regular photograph of students. But there is something mysterious about it…

Assorted Russia, Part 42

These knees make us nervous…

Assorted Russia, Part 42

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7 thoughts on “Assorted Russia, Part 42”

  1. What is that, they found in the orange juice? It looks nasty whatever it is.
    Also in the ‘Pride of the Academy’ Picture, What do the signs say they are holding?

  2. Petrozavodsk: A great city founded during Peter the Great’s time as an industrial town. Of course we are all at the mercy of the environment.

  3. The thing in the juice I think is a parasite worm or something, i saw something similar few years ago in similar pictures, there was a bovine tapeworm in a juice box…

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