Aaaaah… Pig iron, your musk is that of glorious industry …

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  1. tastouch Says:

    I happen to agree! Great smelling musk.

  2. alexandermac Says:

    this blog is pure awesome!

  3. Aisyrk Says:

    It actually says, “Hmm… It seems to me that someone’s cooking sausages…”

    Get some proper translation software or ask an actual Russian-speaker.

    Sorry to ruin everyone’s fun there, though!

  4. Aisyrk is a Buzzkill Says:

    Actually I just ran it through my translator and it actually says “Russians have their sense of humour surgically removed by the state at birth”

  5. Lorez Says:

    Re: Aisyrk is a Buzzkill

  6. Rinky Dinky Says:

    hahahahahaha. Thoug my cat didn’tlike hamburgers.)))

  7. Prokofy Neva Says:

    “MMM…somebody’s probably frying cutlets…”

  8. Flowbear Says:

    Holy god, these are incredible.

  9. Fluent Says:

    Who is the jack #% that ruined all the good russian comments?! I can’t forward these to my Russian friends now because the originals have been tainted with the humor that should have been surgically removed at birth 😉

  10. Ryry Says:

    Fluent, you should get rid of your Russian friends. They will stab you in the back and hand you over to the state so that your possesions can be redistributed evenly across their third world country or exported for more root vegetables.

  11. Harold Says:

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

  12. совокупляться Says:

    The actual translation is: “If the fields were piled 50 meters high with shit, russian pride would say it smells like roses.”

  13. dada Says:

    Hey here’s another ‘actual translation’ joke:

    The actual translation is: “You just wasted 10 sec of your life looking at this retarded picture of a cat with a Russian caption. And now your going to go waste more of your life to go comment about it.”

    I hate lolcats.

  14. Kiska Says:

    Love the originals, love the translations… especially love the translators who don’t quite have their vocab up to scratch complaining about bad translations…

    If you insist on being pedantic, at least be pedantic properly!

    Kotleti are rissoles, not sausages or hamburgers or cutlets.

    Carry on catting!

  15. IknowIshouldn'tfeedthetroll Says:

    Harold – if you think it’s lame – here’s an idea – don’t look at the site and post your Ugly American humourless BS

  16. RUSSIAxUSA Says:

    I smell pussy.

  17. Throbert McGee Says:

    “Kotleti are rissoles, not sausages or hamburgers or cutlets.

    Carry on catting!”

    Aha, thanks — I’m an American who lived in Moscow for a year (’93-’94) and was served kotleti by friends there. So I knew the word котлеты, but the word I didn’t know was “rissoles”! (I would call ’em “patties” or “breaded meatballs,” I suppose)

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