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It will run every other Sunday, and will now be more personal, for we have decreed that it will be so.
Forever and ever – or until she gets bored with it. An American friend of mine told me on a recent visit to Moscow that sure, I can marry a Russian man, “as long as [I] know what [I’m] doing.” It wasn’t an ill-intentioned comment, but it threw me off-guard.
Well, Viggo Mortensen in “Eastern Promises” was a pretty fine thug.
Most Russian males strongly believe that their calling in life is to protect and provide for their family, to support their parents, children, and wife.
It is a society where traditional gender roles still exist.
All jokes aside, the bear/vodka/fur Macho Man formula has its roots somewhere. For some reason, Valentine’s Day in Moscow happens every other day. Part of the reason is cultural: Since nobody leaves to go to school in other cities and nobody can really afford to rent their own apartment in one of the most expensive cities in the world, it is completely acceptable to live with your parents throughout your university studies and even after graduation. Every day, I receive a text message from my mother informing me that yet another girl from my dance company has gotten engaged/married/pregnant/had her 5th child.
If you want to get it on, you have to get in a relationship.
Favorite things in life include: poutine (the food, not the president), War and Peace, pointless Facebook debates, Italian coffee. And then there’s me, going out on a Monday night and having breakdowns when I open my Visa statement at the end of each month.