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These consumables are contraband, comrade – your passage to the gulag is paid for in L’eggs Body Beautiful Smoothers Shaping Hosiery!

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20 Responses to “”

  1. Marysienka Says:

    I knew I shouldn’t have gotten the extra taupe ones!

  2. Rei Says:

    for a sec there i was worried that you guys weren’t updating any more! THANK GOD YOU’RE BACK!!!

  3. Theresa Rothenbush Says:

    I am a hugh LOL cat connoisseur – these Rols are soooooooo darn funny. Love it! Keep it up!!

  4. SouthernBelle Says:

    This site is genius, I love it. I like the bonus correct translations sometimes given in the comments too.

    Anyone who doesn’t like this site has no right to claim a sense of humor.

  5. tastouch Says:

    Damn, did I just snag the precious hosiery with my nails? Ack! take me to the gulag now!

  6. Fluent Says:

    Hw’s ths fr hmr?
    Sbsttt “glg” n vry n f ths nnyng psts fr “prl hrbr” r “9/11”. h, knw, hw’s ths fr “trnsltd” cptn:

    ” lv scvngng th lftvrs ftr th 9/11 WTC cllps!”

    Whr s yr sns f hmr nw?
    h, nd “Bll” (frm th sth), thr r thngs tht shld nt b sd n vn, nd ths s n f thm. t ws smbr pg n hstry, lk th Hlcst — blv y fl th sm wy bt Jss t thr n th cnfdrcy?

  7. Q Says:

    “Sweetness, sweetness I was only joking when I said by rights you should be bludgeoned in your bed.”

  8. Scott Says:

    Actually, Fluent, this is making fun of the propaganda of that system that sent people to gulags. You’re a bit tetchy and are obviously humor-impaired.

    A more parallel analogy based on US history and culture would be something like:

    “I see you’re eating sushi, you are traitorous and Japanese and must be sent to an internment camp.”

    See . . . it’s not making fun of what happened, but the system that committed such obviously wrong-headed atrocities and the puffery and propaganda that went with it.

    If you don’t understand this analogy and how it’s pretty similar you may wish to peruse http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_American_internment . There was certainly some good propaganda about the danger of the Japanese, too.

    The humor seems to hit a little too close to home for you. Best wishes.

  9. Anton Howes Says:

    Actual translation:
    “One of the responsibilities of the domestic cat – to check that everything was bought according to the shopping list”

  10. jurisnaturalist Says:

    Five hours in line for a stupid paper bag. At least now I’ll be able to wipe!

  11. Fish Says:

    “The eye of our feared comrade of marble turns this way! Quick, let me in, or the gulag will be the fate of us all!”

  12. Harold Says:

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

  13. Groucho Smirnov Says:

    “Aha, they forgot to buy boxcutters. How else will I take over the plane to crash into the WTC and kill so many imperialist Americans?”

    See, WTC humor can be funny too!

  14. Alex Says:

    Fluent, make your own website and see if people find it funny. Let the market mechanisms decide what’s funny. I think the market has decided this site is beyond funny.

  15. Alex Says:

    Great site. Keep them coming!

  16. maelstrom Says:

    literal translation:
    one of the responsibilities of a housecat
    is to ensure that everything purchased is in agreement with the list

  17. Sergei Says:

    Please, no more literal translations. They are humour for the grandmother, and perhaps not the point?

  18. Anna Says:

    Sergei: The originals are granny humor, that’s sort of part of the gag for me… I wonder if the anglophones are missing out.

  19. Tony Says:

    As an Anglophone who has seen plenty of English lolcats, I kind of knew long before I came to this site that literal translations of the original would suck and never be anywhere near as funny as the “translations” on this site.

  20. RUSSIAxUSA Says:

    What’s this shit? Where’s my cheezburger?

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