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This shall provide the nourishment needed to brave the crowds awaiting their weekly beetroot ration.

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9 Responses to “”

  1. russian speaker Says:

    The original russian is just as funny as the “translations” in many of these. This one for example:
    “Come on Kitty, let’s go home”
    “Geroff, you old witch, Spring is here!”

  2. duckie Says:

    If you hadn’t provided the real translation I might have believed you.

  3. ryry Says:

    Mr Russian speaker you can’t fool me with your guess at the translation. This is due to spring being banned in Russia since 1904

  4. Harold Says:

    We, ugly Americans, sure do love to laugh – so long as its @ others’ expense. Someone hx0rz this site already. Lame.

  5. Harold Says:

    ps could someone teach me the proper use of commas? I think thar super 1337ness and all.

  6. russian speaker? Says:

    @russian speaker
    Not. Funny. At. All.

  7. Anna Says:

    @russian speaker? To be fair, that’s not a very accurate translation. But yeah, the original isn’t all that funny.

  8. RUSSIAxUSA Says:

    Now, this is what I call a ripe pussy!

  9. Throbert McGee Says:

    Is “мля” supposed to be cute LOLcat-speak for “блядь”?

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