What do circus and the Russian military have in common?

This is what "Oops" means in the Russian Army

This is what “Oops” means in the Russian Army

A Quora user humorously explained the Russian saying, “Who served in the Army, does not laugh at the circus”.

This expression means that the Army is so full of “clowns” that the real circus is insufficiently funny in comparison.

When Russian soldiers run out of ammo, it's not over yet...

When Russian soldiers run out of ammo, it’s not over yet…

Russian military equipment is the most versatile in the world

Russian military equipment is the most versatile in the world

Snow or no snow - orders are orders!

Snow or no snow – orders are orders!

Now you know why invading Russia in the winter is a bad idea...

Now you know why invading Russia in the winter is a bad idea…

...invading it in the summer is a bad idea too!

…invading it in the summer is a bad idea too!

This is what "his bark is worse than his bite" means in the Army

This is what “his bark is worse than his bite” means in the Army

It says "I love you". Imagine how they say "Will you marry me?"

It says “I love you”. Imagine how they say “Will you marry me?”

Army will teach you how to use your brain in more than one way

Army will teach you how to use your brain in more than one way

Russian Army logistics is by far the best in the world. Safest too!

Russian Army logistics is by far the best in the world. Safest too!

This is how we train Marines...

This is how we train Marines…

...and this is how we train Minesweepers

…and this is how we train Minesweepers

Who needs circus when you have the Army?!

Who needs circus when you have the Army?!

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  1. BILL October 23, 2016
  2. BILL October 23, 2016

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