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Omsk Hockey

16th Apr 2022, 12:00 AM in Scarlet
Omsk Hockey
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FRAME 1
Ugly leaning over between the two front seats where Yanka and her friend sit. Yanka is drinking and driving. Flyura and Ugly have cigarettes in their mouths.

Ugly
Hey Yanka, thanks for driving over to my place so I could pick-up my guitar.

Yanka
Anytime!

FRAME 2
Dima and Zoya are making out and dry humping. Ugly is smoking and looking completely pissed.

Ugly
If a cop sees you two doing that here, you’re gonna get us arrested.

FRAME 3
Yanka drinks vodka wistfully as she drives, even though her face is hard to read due to her bangs hiding her eyes.

Yanka
I miss my boyfriend so badly. He’s from Omsk.

FRAME 4
Dima pushes Zoya out of the way. Ugly Alex also shares Dima’s same disgusted expression.

Ugly and Dima
FUCK OMSK AND THEIR PUSSY HOCKEY TEAM!

FRAME 5
Yanka
Yeah, their hockey team kinda sucks.
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16th Mar 2022, 9:00 PM
vaslittlecrow
Did you know that Omsk's reputation for even just existing was bad enough to have spawned memes?
16th Apr 2022, 12:33 AM
melaredblu
Seatbelts, kids. Use them.

Also, that Omsk thing is news to me.
16th Apr 2022, 7:52 PM
vaslittlecrow
The following quote is relevant to the seatbelt situation:

“Can't imagine having to get out of a Lada often enough to smack the engine with a heavy implement (hammer, monkey wrench, etc) while constantly buckling and unbuckling a seatbelt...”

The Soviet Union mandated seat belts in cars and use by passengers long before the United States did. Unfortunately, if your car was made before 1975 the question about whether you should buckle your seatbelt or not would be somewhat irrelevant. Remember, this is 1988 in a place with 10-year car ownership waiting lists and the possibility of several generations of people owning the same lemon requiring constant repair.