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    Russian Jokes on Wikipedia


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    Я поросмотрела по диагонали, неплохая подборка. Рекомендую to our non-Russian friends

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    говорят у разных наций чувство юмора совсем разное но википедия как всегда жжот...

    Вот тут про Johny, аналог Вовочки...
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joke#Little_Johnny_jokes
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    I don't remember where I saw this one, but that site reminded me of it:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indra
    Я поросмотрела по диагонали, неплохая подборка. Рекомендую to our non-Russian friends
    Ну русским на мой взгляд тоже будет интересно почитать. Я вот, например, был удивлен, что никогда не слышал анекдотов из категории "Vanka and Manka". Откуда их взяли в wikipedia - не понятно. Или использование французских слов в анекдотах про Ржевского - тоже первый раз об этом слышу.

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    I think this link should be in MR FAQ.
    А вот для меня новостью (помимо Ваньки и Маньки) оказались анекдоты про Фантомаса, хотя я обожаю эти фильмы.
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    Of a world where every neighbour is a friend"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friendy
    I think this link should be in MR FAQ.
    А вот для меня новостью (помимо Ваньки и Маньки) оказались анекдоты про Фантомаса, хотя я обожаю эти фильмы.
    Я про Фантомаса какие-то анекдоты слышал, но это было очень давно, в глубоком детстве.

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    Yep, neither me no my friends never heard jokes about Manka and Vanka. I think they exist only on wikipedia.org.
    And I didn't find there one of my fav - jokes about Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet, based on soviet cartoon characters (Winnie is real russian fellow there ).
    Here you can find some black humor Winnie jokes:
    http://www.aquavitic.freeserve.co.uk/pooh/trespass.htm

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    I never heard jokes about Manka und Vanka too, i guess it was written by non-russian guy, russians never consider themself as "manka and vanka". There are also no jokes there about Cheburashka and Gena the Crocodile... and about Ilya Muromets Dobrynya Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich. And political jokes are not (and were not) so anti-govermential and anti-communistic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QWERTYZ
    один точно есть, про маляров (собссно Маньку и Ваньку) и американку.
    http://dazdraperma.ru/anecdote-0063.html
    Улыбнуло. Mate, when I said I never heard jokes about Manka and Vanka I meant I really never heard them and I am sure the most people I know never heard them too. Maybe somewhere these jokes are well-known and popular but not here. Thouhg the joke about Manka and Vanka and american is not bad.
    Gib immer 100% bei der Arbeit: 12% am Montag, 23% am Dienstag, 40% am Mittwoch, 20% am Donnerstag, 5% am Freitag ...

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    And there's nothing about садюшки

    Маленький мальчик на лифте катался
    Вдруг неожиданно трос оборвался
    Роется бабушка в куче костей:
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    Да-а, детские садистские стишки - классика русского фольклора.

    Бабка в лесу собирала малину,
    И наступила случайно на мину.
    Долго мне снились кошмарные сны -
    Синие глазки на ветках сосны.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Quote Originally Posted by QWERTYZ
    один точно есть, про маляров (собссно Маньку и Ваньку) и американку.
    http://dazdraperma.ru/anecdote-0063.html
    Улыбнуло. Mate, when I said I never heard jokes about Manka and Vanka I meant I really never heard them and I am sure the most people I know never heard them too. Maybe somewhere these jokes are well-known and popular but not here. Thouhg the joke about Manka and Vanka and american is not bad.
    Come on, JJ, don't tell me you've never heard them yo-Manka-so-fat jokes.
    (tvoya Manka takaya tolstaya, kogda ona zhelty plasch nosit, ludi krichat' taxi!, etc. - there are tons of them out there)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Quote Originally Posted by QWERTYZ
    один точно есть, про маляров (собссно Маньку и Ваньку) и американку.
    http://dazdraperma.ru/anecdote-0063.html
    Улыбнуло. Mate, when I said I never heard jokes about Manka and Vanka I meant I really never heard them and I am sure the most people I know never heard them too. Maybe somewhere these jokes are well-known and popular but not here. Thouhg the joke about Manka and Vanka and american is not bad.
    I never heard these jokes either. Наверное, они появились после моего отъезда.
    "...Важно, чтобы форум оставался местом, объединяющим людей, для которых интересны русский язык и культура. ..." - MasterАdmin (из переписки)



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    Quote Originally Posted by VendingMachine
    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Quote Originally Posted by QWERTYZ
    один точно есть, про маляров (собссно Маньку и Ваньку) и американку.
    http://dazdraperma.ru/anecdote-0063.html
    Улыбнуло. Mate, when I said I never heard jokes about Manka and Vanka I meant I really never heard them and I am sure the most people I know never heard them too. Maybe somewhere these jokes are well-known and popular but not here. Thouhg the joke about Manka and Vanka and american is not bad.
    Come on, JJ, don't tell me you've never heard them yo-Manka-so-fat jokes.
    (tvoya Manka takaya tolstaya, kogda ona zhelty plasch nosit, ludi krichat' taxi!, etc. - there are tons of them out there)
    Sounds too American to me. Some "Last boyscout" stuff. The humor in Russian jokes is absolutly different.

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