Monday, December 03, 2012

Russkies on parade




No, it is not nice to derive pleasure from another man's pain, but if someone asked me to create a completely clich├ęd video entitled The Long Cold Russian Traffic Jam, this is exactly what I would come up with.

I don't know what I love more, the huge industrial ladle and kettle at the 20 second mark, the fur hats, or the guy tearing up the box at the 50 second mark.

Carry on, Comrades.

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13 comments:

Erin O'Brien said...

Cue up the righties for Aha! Behold America's future courtesy of Obama's SOCIALISM! comments/jokes.

Mark B. said...

Nonsense; with Obama raising the price of gasoline to fund his takeaway of all our guns, we won't be able to afford traffic jams.

Anonymous said...

Traffic jams are excellent opportunities for wanking. Weeeeeee! I win!

RJ

Bill said...

I like the entrepreneurial spirit demonstrated by the hooker walking in the middle of the highway, near the end of the clip.

Erin O'Brien said...

Welp. Now we know what Bill's idea of a hooker is.

Nin Andrews said...

Wow, 125 miles! I just immediately thought I'd have to pee--

Anonymous said...

@ Erin-I was going to say two "s" for 'Russkies', but then I realized since they're downsized from USSR days maybe the one "s" will do.

MR

Erin O'Brien said...

Correcting spelling error ...

Anonymous said...

Sorry Erin-I wasn't trying to snark.
As a matter of fact since I got this lap-top in October spell-check doesn't work for any page I post on. Not even Mrs MR can't figure out why, and she's a lot better at this shit than I am. And you know how I hate typos.

Confidential: The Denisovan (google it-it's a great word to insult somebody with when you don't want 'em to know you're insulting them)above who claimed to be able to spot a working girl at 60 yards in foggy weather seems like the type to confer that status on any XX-chromosome humanoid.

MR

philbilly said...

You say spell-check and immediately I feel the breath of a nun on my neck.

Bill said...

Even a harmless, humorous, observation, attracts an insult from an obsessed fan.

Erin O'Brien said...

Bill, your trouble is that everything you say is at someone else's expense.

You called a completely normal looking woman that you do not know a "hooker." If she was your daughter and someone else said it, would you characterize it as a "harmless, humorous, observation?"

Bill said...

You must be kidding!