Turns out that marking on the road does not need this road to be asphalted! It may cover earth and puddles. Easily!
Russian pilots sheltered an orphan bear cub but now it’s already big and strong. But the men seem careless and keep playing with it as if it was a doggie.
When Russians are asked what makes them different from people of other nationalities, they often answer “our soul”. It’s big and deep, and those who leave Russia cannot find it on a foreign land and feel blues about it. This is probably why Russian literature, music, poems and paintings are so soulful. Like these illustrations of a Moscow artist Vladimir Lyubarov who depicts life of simple people with their happy and sad moments.
What are they using to heat the house?? Rocket fuel, maybe?
Pictures of strange people in a subway are something we have already got used to, but Russia is not the country you normally expect to see them in. Nevertheless, Russian subway people can be really strange and funny too.
The strange competition was held in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, as part of the festival Siberian Power Show. We know that face slapping competitions are not unique only to Russia as they take place in other countries, too. But Siberian guys look so calm and confident, when their faces are slapped with all possible strength! This time the winner is Vasily Pelmen (Dumpling), his prize is 30 thousand rubles (460 USD).
Maybe this boy was once punished by strict parents for dirty shoes and now he wants to keep his boots clean no matter what… Or maybe he is just a caring son who does not want to upset his mom. This way or another, but we applaud to his wit!
A man from Salekhard, Russia, showed an inventive winter way to easily get to work avoiding traffic jams. Wanna try the same? All you need are skis and a compact motor to activate a propeller!
Strange things are happening in Bashkiria. Mooses roaming about the streets, crazy cat owners throwing their pets into mooses to scare them away… Well, maybe locals know for sure that cats do have seven lives?
Just to draw your attention away from Monday’s routine, we publish a cool positive photoshoot of laundry girls who dare to relax and play the fool at work as well. The author of the pictures is a Ukrainian artist David Dubnitsky from Dnipropetrovsk.