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Russian grammar is tough, even for the Russians that make official constitutional-referendum ballots.
This week we explore the upsides and downsides of self-isolation, strange new laws, and virus testing.
“I noticed that there are places here, shall we say, for contemplation.” said a Duma deputy, referring to… the bathroom. He continued: “And when important issues are being discussed, they should broadcast it there.”
The threat of coronavirus is not funny, but advertisements for tongue-in-cheek “remedies” are catching on among entrepreneurial Russians.
All I want for Christmas is to smell like Putin. (Unboxing a mysterious Putin-esque cologne.)
Snow leopards, cannabis, and nudity are trending in Russia.
Russia’s best known poet was born 250 years ago, and his last name was not Pushkin.
Bloggers and twitterers this fall, in the lead-up to the mayoral elections, were effusive in their praise of Moscow living conditions. Was it real or staged?
After declensions, cases, aspect, verbs of motion, pronunciation, and all the other trials of the Russian language, there is one more thing to learn: quotes, jokes and allusions. Let's do this.
For our final TWERF of 2017, we look back and re-share some of our favorite stories from 2017. They may not be the most note-worthy or news-worthy stories, but we felt they were the most fun.
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