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Customers Prefer Pretty Girls

10th Jul 2021, 7:00 PM in The Second
Customers Prefer Pretty Girls
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Shlomo opens the door to his illegal tavern.

Do you speak German, sweetheart?


I’ll teach you what you need to know.

Frame 2
Shlomo puts his apron on.

Go to the Beriozka store, buy yourself a wig and some feminine things to wear. Customers prefer pretty girls.

Frame 3
Zoya hangs her coat as Shlomo continues to speak. She’s still wearing suspenders, a white shirt, and boots, but also has a black leather jacket underneath her coat.

They don’t allow regular people at the Beriozka; only foreigners and big shots.

Frame 4
Shlomo smiles sympathetically.

You and your money look foreign enough.
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10th Jul 2021, 7:06 PM
I love how immersive this comic is. I know enough to know what a Berizoka is, but why does Zoya need to know German to work as a waitress?
10th Jul 2021, 8:52 PM
She needs to pass for a tourist when going to a Berizoka, since I guarantee you that a trashy social parasite without Communist party credentials won't be allowed in.
10th Jul 2021, 8:08 PM
Learning German can't be all that hard compared to Russian.
10th Jul 2021, 8:53 PM
It's so much easier, trust me.
5th Nov 2021, 5:51 PM
Tiramisu Espresso
yeah, I learned a little German and it's easier than English (and English is my first language lol.) Russian on the other hand, I wouldn't even try, it's too different from Anglo/Romance languages
6th Nov 2021, 10:16 PM
It really is.