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Defenders of the Fatherland day
« on: February 22, 2016, 01:52:28 PM »
Anyone married to a Russian women should at least expect a pair of socks tomorrow as its "Defenders of the Fatherland " day.  Even if you never defended the country .. :ROFL:

My wife is always on the receiving end, tomorrow is my turn.. :laugh:
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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2016, 02:05:28 PM »
I get homemade blini tomorrow :party0011:
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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #2 on: February 22, 2016, 02:30:47 PM »
Don't think my better half cares anymore. She totally forgot - Too westernised....
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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #3 on: February 22, 2016, 03:16:25 PM »
Don't think my better half cares anymore. She totally forgot - Too westernised....

You mean she will be wearing slippers and night gown to go to Morrisons soon?
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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2016, 03:33:30 PM »
Don't think my better half cares anymore. She totally forgot - Too westernised....

You mean she will be wearing slippers and night gown to go to Morrisons soon?

Oddly enough we came back from Hannover on Weds I think, drove from M/cr to Leeds, too late for local Tesco mini - shuts at 23:00, popped into Petrol station for milk, opened the door, woman in full dressing gown and slippers...

Quite fit too tho, I was so excited I bought a Ginsters....
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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #5 on: February 22, 2016, 03:43:19 PM »
Don't think my better half cares anymore. She totally forgot - Too westernised....

You mean she will be wearing slippers and night gown to go to Morrisons soon?

Oddly enough we came back from Hannover on Weds I think, drove from M/cr to Leeds, too late for local Tesco mini - shuts at 23:00, popped into Petrol station for milk, opened the door, woman in full dressing gown and slippers...

Quite fit too tho, I was so excited I bought a Ginsters....

Did she have a fag in one hand and a copy of the Sun in the other.. :laugh: Was she pushing a double buggy ?

Thats one type of Westernised women..
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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #6 on: February 22, 2016, 03:50:30 PM »
Don't think my better half cares anymore. She totally forgot - Too westernised....

You mean she will be wearing slippers and night gown to go to Morrisons soon?

Oddly enough we came back from Hannover on Weds I think, drove from M/cr to Leeds, too late for local Tesco mini - shuts at 23:00, popped into Petrol station for milk, opened the door, woman in full dressing gown and slippers...

Quite fit too tho, I was so excited I bought a Ginsters....

Did she have a fag in one hand and a copy of the Sun in the other.. :laugh: Was she pushing a double buggy ?

Thats one type of Westernised women..

No! Well fit, prolly about 40, no fag, slim, dark haired, nice boobies, a plus for the Westernised woman, most Russian woman at 40 look 60 with tits round their ankles and a face like the grand canyon. It's not all one way.....
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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #7 on: February 22, 2016, 04:16:12 PM »
Anyone married to a Russian women should at least expect a pair of socks tomorrow as its "Defenders of the Fatherland " day.  Even if you never defended the country .. :ROFL:

My wife insists they tried to turn it into 'mens day', where in fact it is *really* a day for men who served in the Russian army. And that only.

A few years ago, I did try to argue that we needed a "mens day", but she thinks I have one of those almost every day.  :-*


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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #8 on: February 23, 2016, 02:01:01 AM »
- А Вы кто такой будете?
-Тьфу на Вас
-А фамилия Ваша как?  -Тьфу на Вас еще раз .. а фамилия моя слишком известная, чтобы я её называл

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Re: Defenders of the Fatherland day
« Reply #9 on: February 23, 2016, 06:29:52 PM »
Anyone married to a Russian women should at least expect a pair of socks tomorrow as its "Defenders of the Fatherland " day.  Even if you never defended the country .. :ROFL:

My wife insists they tried to turn it into 'mens day', where in fact it is *really* a day for men who served in the Russian army. And that only.

A few years ago, I did try to argue that we needed a "mens day", but she thinks I have one of those almost every day.  :-*

I got the same treatment. I am not Soviet Veteran :-) Fair play...