I wonder what the Russians use this for?   8 comments

I saw this hose in a DIY store in Russia and was so tempted to get it, but I resisted because I just didn’t know if I would ever found a use for it!

For the insane Russia

Baffling isn’t it?

I love the word ‘baffling’ don’t you?


About the Author

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The Cat is one of the most successful feline authors in the history of Catkind. His sharp elegant wit has produced the bestselling book ‘Getting Out – Excerpts from a Cat’s Diary’ and of course the much plagiarised gag of the same name which appears on all of the funniest joke sites on the internet.

Copies of the Cat’s masterpiece of feline literature ‘Getting Out – Excerpts from a Cat’s Diary’ and his latest wonderful book ‘The Cat’s Travelogue’ can be purchased at a bookstore near you or from the internet at Amazon.com and here for the Travelogue The Cat’s Travelogue Paperback Edition or at what The Cat calls his www – wickedly wonderful website here www.thecatsdiary.com where you can not only learn more about me the genius Cat but also play my games they are all paw picked by me and have been described as “exactly what free on-line games should be, fun, free and fantastic.”

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Don’t forget dear cuddly readers one and all that my translator’s heavily illustrated book has just been made available at the iBookstore or iTunes – what was it with Steve Jobs and all of the ‘i’s’?

To get whizzed straight to the store whatever it’s called just click on the picture of the cover of that wonderful book below.

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8 responses to “I wonder what the Russians use this for?

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  1. Actually, this is typical Chinese solution for the rest of the world. Not baffling at all! Use it in a shower. Or … pay 10 per hour and I’ll fix it.

    • So true, mind you 10 pounds per hour is a good rate for a plumber isn’t it. When I lived in Kent they used to roam the private roads wearing their black masks and charge anything up to 40 pounds per hour.

      You are right about Chinese workmanship, it isn’t there fault though is it, they have never had the chance to use anything they make and therefore think that it is perfect and could be used for ages and not be “broken out of the box’ as I call it, I believe that’s the Chinese take on the Japanese ‘just in time.’

  2. must be for interrogations!

  3. This rope is too elegant for interrogation. Usually our police use champagne bottle.

  4. Roubles make me troubles as we Russians used to joke. Relative rhyme but so true in essence! The Cat! Thank you for your diary. We have an a expression in Russian rubit pravdu matku. The English equivalent is to cat a truth. So carry on!

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