36 thoughts on “Нравится и подписаться

  1. markdcp

    Im ok with this. Social media influencers are like a cancer so its entirely keeping with form.

        1. Cian

          enjoy her: the lips of the forbidden woman drip honey and her speech is smoother than oil…

        2. The Old Boy

          That depends, I suppose. If her pins looked as dangerous as the ones in the fourth picture, I would probably flee.

          1. Cian

            There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses. So you longed for the lewdness of your youth, when in Egypt your bosom was caressed and your young breasts fondled.

  2. Col

    “Chernobyl writer urges Instagram tourists to ‘respect’ nuclear site”
    This should be applied to all tourist sites.

  3. Rob_G

    The most perplexing thing is that a lot of those photos could have been taken literally anywhere in eastern Europe – why go to all the trouble and expense (not to mention risk) of going to Chernobyl…

    1. Joe Small

      I’m heading down to the old Ferbane power station in Offaly with my selfie stick. Lets see who can tell the difference!.

  4. Eoin C

    The one at the ferris wheel is a straight forward enough photo. It should hardly be put in the same bracket as some of the others. Christ those last two in particular should be sent to the gulags.

  5. paul

    what would the collective noun for ‘influencers’ be? A shill of influencers, a scam of influencers?

    1. won't you join too

      -https://www.calvertjournal.com/features/show/10946/into-the-zone-4-days-inside-chernobyls-secretive-stalker-subculture
      Angry forks of electricity appear to strike the giant metallic dome of the protective “sarcophagus” that now houses the defunct reactor.

  6. Jim

    There’re some hot people there… about the be getting even hotter.

    Just on second episode of the TV show. Annoyed that they feel the need to stretch the truth for dramatic effect. It’s misleading. I know it’s drama but it’s a “based on” and I like my “based ons” to be somewhat believable. Like, there was no need have us think that helicopter blades disintegrate once flown directly over a burning core. In reality the chopper was taken out after clipping a crane. Radiation doesn’t disintegrate chopper blades on contact (as I understand it).

    This kind of thing is frustrating.

    1. Janet, I ate my avatar

      like in driving sceans in movies where the landscape/weather is not the same from inside the car window shots to the pan out aerial

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