History, Online Communities, SocietyThe Online Community That Makes Fun of the USSR 3 years ago 1 Comment Prev Article Next Article VKontakte, the largest social networking service in Russia, is Holy Grail of obscure and offbeat communities. One of them is Atypical USSR (unssr), which is actually a collection of vintage Soviet photographs with humorous and absurd captions.Visit their Vk.com, Twitter, Instagram, d3.ru.Students nurse to life the railroad locomotive baby, whose mother was killed by wild locomotives.A cook trainee expected to lose his virginity, but got to try the tasteless food instead.1979. The group of Australian teenagers arrived to “Artek” pioneer camp.To carry ladders, the Soviet Union used the flying women.The lack of of drugs and prostitution in the USSR greatly impoverished leisure of Soviet senior citizens.In honor of the completion of the new neighborhood construction, Muscovites fed retirees to the busMemorial plaque dedicated to Lenin’s first visit to a local solarium.1929. Joseph Dzhugashvili cosplaying Stalin.Geologist Dmitry discovers a large deposit of alcoholics and social parasites.Under his gaze no one left without buying an ice cream. By the evening, even the snow was sold out.In Arctic kindergartens, the greatest joy for the kids was getting a fresh Georgian farmer for lunch instead of dry foods. 47Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogleEmail Prev Article Next Article Tags:humor, Internet, social networks, VKontakteRelated Posts Motherland: Russia As Seen by Photographer Simon Roberts March 3, 2015 Yuri Gagarin and his Matra Djet March 9, 2016 Russia’s Disturbing Playgrounds August 20, 2014 The Soviet Era Car Industry: Advertising Vs Truth August 5, 2015 What is this mystery tower in St. Petersburg? September 5, 2018 “Spasibo, Yuri”: The Online Community That Blurs The Line Between Reality And Space December 29, 2015One Response Benzo September 3, 2016 more of this images, please!!! ReplyAdd Comment Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.