A fine, fine example of Russian humor. more
(Jan. 30, 2006; Words)
Your medium ate my message. more
(Dec. 21, 2010; Facts)
Walking around Montreux. more
(Jul. 2, 2009; Facts)
Then and Now
We once were demigods… more
(Jun. 5, 2009; Poetry)
From the little black book. more
(May. 17, 2008; Thoughts)
Nostradamus is always right! more
(Dec. 24, 2007; Words)
Dmitri Nabokov’s Blog
“I have loved crisp bacon since childhood…”
Nothing ’bout the Truth
Lying for a living.
Adult Movie Posters of the 60’s and 70’s
“The Erotic Adventures of Zorro—the only film rated Z.” (Via prodigal vagrancy)
This is the Title of This Story
And this is the description of the link above. And so it goes.
The Power of Lutefisk
“Lutefisk is […] pretty much what you’d expect of jellied cod; it is a foul and odiferous goo, whose gelatinous texture and rancid oily taste are locked in spirited competition to see which can be the more responsible for rendering the whole completely inedble.”
“Magnetically attract women like crazy!”
A glorious torrent of inarticulate, inadvertently hilarious stupidity. (Never mind the picture, read the description.)
Animals Have Problems, Too
Buttefly in a midlife crisis: “Honestly, I don’t see anything wrong with dating a caterpillar.”
The KPMG Consulting Anthem
Unfortunately, a real thing. Fortunately, there is a Teutonic Master remix.
Obscure words and vocabulary resources.
From The Roulette Player
Russian roulette as a metaphor. By Mircea Cartarescu.
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