My Russian is a little rusty, but that shouldn’t matter too much. After all, everything in Russia is rusty anyway. They launch brand new nuclear submarines that are leaking oil like a 1985 Chevy Citation. I’m pretty sure they install the rust as original equipment along with all the other features of their mechanical contrivances. Then again, they set up bleachers to watch people play chess, so I’m not about to call them dumb.
Or more accurately, say nyet.
Of course this is a Russian video. It could only happen in Russia. It’s not that Americans aren’t loopy enough to play Strauss using .22 LR ammo. We got plenty of guns. It’s just that no one in America can play the violin properly anymore. Tipper Gore said there was too much sax and violins in the music industry, so everyone took up target shooting instead.
Well, posting a good Russian driving extravaganza here at the BSBFB is long overdue. Video compilations of Russian car wrecks have a certain appeal that’s transnational. Everyone everywhere likes to see someone worse off then they are, and everyone in the video is worse off than everyone.
Not Slavic enough for my tastes. If they were squatting in a bombed out parking lot while wearing identical Adidas track suits, then I might be able to take them seriously. They have the hairdos down, but everything else needs work. No one is clutching a bottle of 100-proof vodak. They don’t even appear to have a 40oz handy.
I’m not sure if this is a Life Hack or a How To video. I find both genres of Intertunnel video to be equally infuriating, so I think we should come up with a new category for this YouTube genre. It’s a Slav-Hack. It A Cyrically Challenged Instructional video. You could even call it a Borderline Sociopathic Promotional Tape, but for the love of God, don’t call it a life hack. The only thing that this hacks is your ability to have fingers attached to your hands.