“Well I find myself in trimes of travel…” A so-bad-it’s-good cover version of The Beatles’ 1970 classic, as performed by a choir of Russian sailors, highlighted by the marble-mouthed vocal stylings of their lead singer, and an ample dose of hat waving.
While we don’t know if it’ll be shown outside of Russia, this X-Men style superhero flick looks like it could be fun. The film is set in an alternate Soviet Union where mutant superheroes band together to protect the country from supernatural threats.
A man in Russia shows off some cold war era playground equipment that seems more like something the KGB would use for interrogations than something kids should be playing on. Even if the guy fit better, the rides still look awful.
This video of an idiot trying to hitch a ride behind a snowmobile could have ended tragically, but the fact that the snowmobile didn’t end up shredding his legs like the wood chipper in Fargo makes us feel a bit more comfortable laughing at him.
We have no idea what prompted the violence, but the guy who received the beatdown from Mickey Mouse, Spongebob Squarepants, Scrat the Squirrel and some elephant is going to be nursing his bruised ego more than any physical injuries.
You know when someone gets into an accident and says “the other guy came out of nowhere?” In Russia, it really does happen. Just try and wrap your head around the car in this video that does seem to materialize out of thin air.
After watching this clip of a Russian soldier spitting beats faster than an electronic drum machine, we almost felt the need to wipe his saliva off our monitors. Thankfully, YouTube hasn’t perfected SpitSurround technology yet.
Normally, if your car falls through the ice of a frozen lake, it’s fish food. Not so for these guys in Russia, who managed to retrieve this Honda SUV from its icy tomb using brute force and ingenuity. According to the video’s poster, it still drives.
Yes, in some parts of the world they still have gas station attendants. And at this one station in Russia, they go the extra mile, not only filling your tank, but doing a little dance routine while you wait – assuming you brought a dance floor.
Speed bump is where you speed, no? That sure seems to be the case with the drivers whizzing over this nasty bump in Russia. It’s too bad the guys who posted it couldn’t use video editing software without that ridiculous watermark.
A couple of crazy dudes in Russia (where else?) must have left their parasailing equipment at home, so they decided to take to the air on an inflatable “kite raft” instead. We smell another Mythbusters episode here.
So you’re hanging out on the beach, taking in a warm, sunny day when this happens. A massive 600-ton Russian military hovercraft decides to take over the place. No amount of SPF will protect you from this.
Driving on ice give us nightmares in which we both drown and freeze to death. But that didn’t stop this guy from creating a vehicle that can drive across fractured ice and extract itself from icy waters.