Which of your habits will be considered annoying in Russia?

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  1. RUSSIA BEYOND

    RUSSIA BEYOND年 前

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  2. bill smith

    bill smith2 ヶ月 前

    I always wondered, why the western bias against Russia?

  3. Nordschamane

    Nordschamane年 前

    That's cool but where's subtitles?

  4. Scary Meadow

    Scary Meadow5 日 前

    Yeah no, Norway doesn't want any shoes indoors either! That shit's filthy.

  5. Santino R. Matias

    Santino R. Matias20 日 前

    Russians: we hate snitches 6ix9ine:(walking out of room slowly)

  6. Rrrr

    Rrrr23 日 前

    Не знаю русская ли Вы или иностранка, но Ваш английский и манера повествования - просто мед в уши! 🤤😍✨

  7. Creatif Etudes

    Creatif Etudes24 日 前

    Sex revolution not needed Thanks !

  8. Mikhail Philippov

    Mikhail Philippovヶ月 前

    What about complaining...In Russia in some cases complaining=snitching. In the west there is no division on "the people" and "the authorities". There is just "the people". In Russia there is such a division. The "people" never expected anything good from the "authorities". So if you complain to the authorities, nobody knows what will happen to the person you complained about, what will happen to you and what will happen to everybody. So it is better to keep silence. Also complaining=snitching here in Russia and it is the sort of...your weekness because that seems you aren't able to solve problems by yourself. But in some cases it's ok to complain. I.e. when municipality gave you a higher bill for electricity, water and so on. It is not "snitching".

  9. Vasa Maric

    Vasa Maricヶ月 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="74">1:14</a> u drugoj ruci drzi bic 100%

  10. shabnam kurdzadeh

    shabnam kurdzadehヶ月 前

    huh, very similar to Iran

  11. Evangelos Skouras

    Evangelos Skourasヶ月 前

    Doesn't seem to be easy going, positive and friendly culture...

  12. Anna Scott

    Anna Scottヶ月 前

    зочем транслировать патриархальные устнановки.............спасибо, до свидания

  13. Pascal Ho

    Pascal Hoヶ月 前

    Nice video! However, chewing loudly in Taiwan is also considered impolite and annoying. Greeting from Taiwan :)

  14. Zheka Hueka

    Zheka Huekaヶ月 前

    Хеллоу зэр. Хау кэн ай хэлп ю виз йо мишн иф ю нид ?

  15. Aditya Manjrekar

    Aditya Manjrekarヶ月 前

    Ok.. So long story short.. I guess Most of the Russians are introverts 🤷🏽‍♂️

  16. Keeper of Blue Roses

    Keeper of Blue Roses2 日 前

    It's a lie. I've lived 'round them for years.

  17. Hansheng Zhou

    Hansheng Zhouヶ月 前

    this remind me ways of the French actually. Just that they are more WE cultured.

  18. Princess Gandara

    Princess Gandaraヶ月 前

    Don't wear shoes in my house

  19. Lewis C.

    Lewis C.ヶ月 前

    I love this channel, but can you get a nicer and more likeable presenter. This lady is so annoying and stuck up!

  20. Pano Kostouros

    Pano Kostourosヶ月 前

    I need to live here! No bullshit!

  21. Scott Rogan

    Scott Roganヶ月 前

    Sounds simple, direct and honest. Very nice.

  22. CanadianCCP

    CanadianCCPヶ月 前

    Europeans who learn English from a Brit are fucking creepy. Their english accent mashed up with their own accent ends up just being weird. American English definitely should be the standard.

  23. John Ehrhart

    John Ehrhartヶ月 前

    Americans often say "Have a nice day" when someone is leaving, even if they don't know the person. A British visitor to the U.S. was so annoyed by this that he responded to this by saying "I'm sorry, but I have other plans !"

  24. Missis Moon

    Missis Moonヶ月 前

    Сделайте русские субтитры please

  25. Tash

    Tash2 ヶ月 前

    Watching this I was afraid I might not fit Russian standards and offend them.... then I remembered I'm russian

  26. frusfromus

    frusfromus2 ヶ月 前

    Russia seems has been prepared for COVID-19 better than others - cleaning hands all the time, taking shoes off, etc.

  27. Georgian4ever

    Georgian4ever2 ヶ月 前

    Russia is still waiting for the sexual revolution?:) are you kidding.

  28. mike boultinghouse

    mike boultinghouse2 ヶ月 前

    i never complain about smokers. i just hurl fist-sized rocks at them without warning.. actions speak much louder than words

  29. John Beasley

    John Beasley2 ヶ月 前

    this girl is pretty

  30. Rodwin1980

    Rodwin19802 ヶ月 前

    What's the deal with 'Whistling In The House'? Why did my mother in law smack me for it?

  31. SwapBlogRU

    SwapBlogRU2 ヶ月 前

    Some of these points are quite valid, a few are very questionable.

  32. Абдерахман Кара

    Абдерахман Кара2 ヶ月 前

    Can't wait to date a Russian woman ♥️

  33. justPutin

    justPutin3 ヶ月 前

    This apply to all eastern countries.

  34. Vodka Addict

    Vodka Addict3 ヶ月 前

    Good, I don't have any of these habaits, btw smiling on strangers is creepy, it's consitered idiotic.

  35. YummYakitori

    YummYakitori3 ヶ月 前

    Many foreigners often associate the behaviour of loud speaking, loud eating etc. with being stereotypically Chinese or a part of Chinese culture, when in fact it is not. Most of such behaviour is a modern phenomenon, and as a fourth generation overseas Chinese, I am, too, put off by people from mainland China who behave like this. China has gone through a rough rough period of history, and nowadays there has been a huge discussion revolving around a cultural revival in China that is quickly gaining steam, starting with the popularisation of our traditional ethnic clothes: the Hanfu (汉服). In 1644 AD, the ethnic Manchus who were a Tungusic speaking ethnicity (closely related to the Udege and Hezhe/Nanai ethnic minority of Russia today) from the region of Manchuria (today NE China and the Russian regions of Primorye, Khabarovsk Krai and Amur Oblast) invaded the ethnic Han Chinese heartlands of China proper and began a series of purges to completely destroy Chinese culture. Starting from hairstyle, Chinese men were forced to start plaiting their hair into queues in the traditional Manchu style as opposed to the traditional Chinese topknot, men and women alike were not allowed to wear the traditional Chinese Hanfu (which bears similarity to, and has inspired the development of the Korean Hanbok and Japanese kimono) and they were forced to wear the traditional Manchu magua (马褂) and qipao (旗袍). Anyone who did not obey was beheaded. Over the course of more than 300 years, until the year 1911 AD, the entirety of Chinese culture was ravaged by the Manchu people, and even the dominant spoken form of the Chinese language had mutated to become Mandarin, to greater accommodate the speaking ability and habits of the ethnic Manchu people. China was greatly weakened due to utter mismanagement by the Manchus, and our culture had relegated to becoming as great as you would expect of a civilisation which sewed fish skins for clothes and lived in tents prior to their conquest of China. Following the collapse of the Qing Dynasty, China was embroiled in civil war, the invasion by Imperial Japan and finally came years of famine and further cultural destruction in the form of Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution which sought to completely eradicate Chinese culture. China has been through a lot and the younger generation of Chinese people today are now only beginning to seek our own identity, culture and heritage that has been destroyed for the past 300 years. It is a lengthy process. Chinese culture has been around for 4000 years or so, and it has also greatly influenced the development of Japanese and Korean culture both of which are renowned for their politeness. However much of it has already been lost or forgotten in the cesspool of time. I would consider the stereotypically uncouth Chinese behaviour to be a by-product of these years of limbo. Give it time. Ancient Chinese people definitely did not behave like that :')

  36. YummYakitori

    YummYakitori3 ヶ月 前

    Err actually eating loudly is also viewed as unpleasant in Chinese culture. It is only viewed as being respectful to the chef in Japanese culture.

  37. dAmir baramЫkov

    dAmir baramЫkov3 ヶ月 前

    I'm russian. That's true. I can add: russian men shave their armpits as often as women do. That's normal for eastern Europe.

  38. Keeper of Blue Roses

    Keeper of Blue Roses3 ヶ月 前

    Thank goodness! Hairy males are unappealing.

  39. Lopro94

    Lopro944 ヶ月 前

    Not sure if that theory holds, but it seems to me that the more up north you go, the more people there value private space and calmness. I have a friend tho who is half Columbian and half Finnish. Helluva combo!

  40. Никита Чёрный

    Никита Чёрный4 ヶ月 前

    Don't believe her, we need no sex revolution.

  41. Christopher Green

    Christopher Green4 ヶ月 前

    I think I would like Russia, very much.

  42. Lil Daisy growing up

    Lil Daisy growing up4 ヶ月 前

    Yes off with the shoes damn it. I've was born that way. So very rude people walking thru ur home in filthy shoes

  43. Valentina Jaffre

    Valentina Jaffre4 ヶ月 前

    нихрена не поняла-но было очень интересно)))))

  44. Fleur Dekkers

    Fleur Dekkers4 ヶ月 前

    Russian manners sound great. No small talk!

  45. Keeper of Blue Roses

    Keeper of Blue Roses3 ヶ月 前

    Don't be fooled. Of course, they love small talk! Here, in an English speaking country, you'll find groups of them yapping loudly (in Russian, of course), blocking the path for others. They've assimilated somewhat after ALL these years- but I still strongly dislike them. They're some of the shittiest superintendents and maintenance workers (they expect you to do your own maintenance) you'll ever encounter. :)

  46. Artik

    Artik4 ヶ月 前

    странный старый английский у вас . увы

  47. Mind Jam

    Mind Jam4 ヶ月 前

    Вы как-то нашли такую волшебную формулу на видео с дизайном, подачей информации, классными концовками, что просто нельзя не залипнуть и не посмотреть сразу кучу :) Пожалуйста, продолжайте в том же духе!

  48. Ment 48rus

    Ment 48rus4 ヶ月 前

    Добавь русские субтитры.

  49. Yuri

    Yuri4 ヶ月 前

    Your english is perfect

  50. Diana21692

    Diana216924 ヶ月 前

    Yet many Russian girls are pregnant at the age of 17. Speaking of Russian taboo. I think this is complete bullshit. I rarely see Western Europeans or even Asians these days having kids that young. I generally think Russians have really high sex drive.

  51. Гертруда Владленова

    Гертруда Владленова4 ヶ月 前

    Ничего не понятно, но очень интересно

  52. Вождь

    Вождь4 ヶ月 前

    We Russians are so scared of sex that there was no sex in USSR))

  53. T Bt

    T Bt4 ヶ月 前

    Субтитры б русские)

  54. мафиёзник

    мафиёзник4 ヶ月 前

    А чо субтитры ещё не завезли?

  55. Caspar

    Caspar4 ヶ月 前

    Great girl, great advise. I love the dance act at the end, so unaffected, and exactly why I'm comfortable with Russians: well-educated and still able to let loose and be themselves, even going all the way to the bottom of the bottle.

  56. Cosmopolitan Bay

    Cosmopolitan Bay4 ヶ月 前

    So how is washing your hands and taking your shoes off strange? It's basic hygene!

  57. Carl Knight

    Carl Knight4 ヶ月 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="26">0:26</a> sounds great it would be really useful in my work place.

  58. Jane Doe

    Jane Doe4 ヶ月 前

    YOU ARE THE B-E-S-T!!!!!! There so many videos about strange and hilarious habits of Russians. But nothing about, what WE actually don't like about the foreign habits. You' re brilliant ♡♥♡♥

  59. Oleg Shyolk

    Oleg Shyolk4 ヶ月 前

    Здравствуйте. А ваше имя Лидия Айданова и вы из Иркутска?

  60. Николь Карючина

    Николь Карючина4 ヶ月 前

    I am not quite sure about the talking loudly part... I don't live in Russia but I can quite easily spot russian tourists/immigrants by their almost screaming manner of speaking to each other. Another examples - airports and middle aged ladies with kids

  61. нечеловечныйчеловек нечеловечныйчелоков

    нечеловечныйчеловек нечеловечныйчелоков4 ヶ月 前

    I feel боль

  62. Ярослава ***

    Ярослава ***4 ヶ月 前

    Russia is not waiting for its sexual revolution :/ It doesn't need it

  63. Ярослава ***

    Ярослава ***4 ヶ月 前

    @Roey I assume that sexual revolution is when LGBT is officially legalized? Well, a lot of people in Russia don't support LGBT, so this revolution isn't what we need (of course, some young people think another way, but they are in the minority). And if sexual revolution is about promoting sex in media - this, unfortunately, is nearly a norm not only in Russia, but all over the world.

  64. Roey

    Roey4 ヶ月 前

    what do you mean by that? i find it, honestly, hard to belive. i know Russians can be very straightforward and sexually active. so it's hard for me to think Russians are in general such prudes.

  65. stink ass

    stink ass4 ヶ月 前

    most videos of russians i see are fucking drunk and not polite at all.i've seen more class in stray cats.

  66. Keeper of Blue Roses

    Keeper of Blue Roses3 ヶ月 前

    Yup. ^_-

  67. Разно Всякое

    Разно Всякое4 ヶ月 前

    ШО?

  68. Katherine Sanko

    Katherine Sanko4 ヶ月 前

    Название видео на русском, а русских субтитров нет(

  69. Владимир Тёрнитов

    Владимир Тёрнитов4 ヶ月 前

    Название на английском, просто у вас автоперевод страницы включен

  70. радиостанция

    радиостанция4 ヶ月 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="58">0:58</a> - GULAG!

  71. Ninotis

    Ninotis4 ヶ月 前

    I just can't imagine walking around the house in shoes.. for me, as an austrian, this is as well very strange! Russians seem to be pretty much like austrians. The difference is that people think russians are mean but actually arent while austrians are actually mean and grumpy

  72. Naomi Waite

    Naomi Waite4 ヶ月 前

    When someone has an incredibly unnecessarily loud conversation and gets super offended and defensive when you either join or tell them to quiet down, it's honestly the most annoying thing.

  73. homam alzein

    homam alzein4 ヶ月 前

    Russian doesn't sit on the pavement "laughing in gobnik"

  74. ozonir ozonir

    ozonir ozonir4 ヶ月 前

    Lumpen .

  75. homam alzein

    homam alzein4 ヶ月 前

    Not sitting persay but they do hangout on the streets

  76. ForOne814

    ForOne8144 ヶ月 前

    Squatting was invented as the mean to not sit on the pavement though.

  77. RhythmAddictedState

    RhythmAddictedState4 ヶ月 前

    Wait... I just watched the 5 stereotypes abour Russians video, and you sounded British. Now you sound American? Your Brit accent is even better than your American one, although your American accent is still very good :D

  78. Louie Bergendal

    Louie Bergendal4 ヶ月 前

    I really don't like when people say that culture would benefit from being more loud or social (I'm a swede, and we get these comments as well). Why? How would it be beneficial? Personally I find it peaceful and convenient when people are silent, and to the point once they speak. That being said, I have no opinions or judgments on people from loud and social cultures, and I expect the same in return.

  79. Louie Bergendal

    Louie Bergendal3 ヶ月 前

    @Roey And silence brings harmony and peace of mind. It's a preference. And I am really un-convinced that one is better than the other

  80. Roey

    Roey4 ヶ月 前

    because being quiet and anti-social builds walls between people instead of bridges. it's an exaggeration, but it has some truth I believe

  81. kvdmv

    kvdmv4 ヶ月 前

    In the philippines we also remove our shoes before going inside someone elses house or just our home.

  82. Farkap 163271

    Farkap 1632715 ヶ月 前

    Если пишите название на русском то могли бы и субтитров завести (

  83. Masha Bochkareva

    Masha Bochkareva5 ヶ月 前

    When u come to a russian house please ALWAYS take ur shoes off, that's just simple respect

  84. Gary Conway

    Gary Conway5 ヶ月 前

    I'm not Russian but I like that way of living. I would probably be at ease there.

  85. qwerty

    qwerty5 ヶ月 前

    Ты рофишь? Никто ни накого не стучит в Раше? Девочка, чекни историю СССР наглядный пример, как у нас тут устроено

  86. Judeau

    Judeau5 ヶ月 前

    I think I'd enjoy visiting Russia, indeed.

  87. Alba 505

    Alba 5055 ヶ月 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="244">4:04</a> ha, you haven't heard Spanish people talking then

  88. Дмитрий Смирнов

    Дмитрий Смирнов5 ヶ月 前

    Было интересно. Спасибо. Но я сравнивал с Великобританией, так как не жил в Америке 😁 Все таки с Великобританией получились бы прикольнее сравнения 😅

  89. Carrrmen

    Carrrmen5 ヶ月 前

    Romanians are 90% like this too. Another thing that's still shocking to me is how westerners don't seem to be bothered by their screaming, crying kids. They'll let them cry and throw a tantrum in the middle of a crowd without even flinching. In Romanian families kids are taught to behave, it's seen as a shame to have a miss behaved child, especially in public or when having guests over. Or letting young children run around naked/ bare foot in public places. It's still super strange to me, I can't get used to this.

  90. Ilona

    Ilona5 ヶ月 前

    Omg. YES! The way people in UK ask how you're doing instead of saying hello still throws me off after living here for years. By the time you've started to answer, they've moved onto a conversation with another person. Why ask how I am if you don't care? I can't stand it. If we ask that in Latvia, we actually want to know how you're doing and expect an answer, and LISTEN to you when you answer. I hate that so bad. Edit: And the LOUD TALKING. Ughhhh. Americans are 100% the worst about it, you can even tell there's an American near in UK, but the Brits are not that much better, especially after a night at a pub when they're walking home and decide 3AM is the best time for some kareoke.

  91. Evangelos Skouras

    Evangelos Skourasヶ月 前

    but whats the problem many people have with loud talking? Its nice to be alive.. Unless you are a grandpa/grandma or you study for exams, i dont find a reason to be annoyed. Anyway i find Americans in general much more easy friendly and pleasant from russians

  92. Александр Курзенков

    Александр Курзенков5 ヶ月 前

    Соре, но это какая-то хуйня. Особенно о сексе и сидении на полу/земле. Не, я понимаю, что у каждого разный личный опыт, но, я, например, крайне редко вижу людей, говорящих громко, разве что тех, у кого это связанно с профессией. Большая часть сказанного в ролике - давно не актуально, на мой взгляд.

  93. ozonir ozonir

    ozonir ozonir4 ヶ月 前

    Этот проект , иначе её уволят . Тексты пишет не она , что НЕ оправдывает её .

  94. Lida Mandlova

    Lida Mandlova5 ヶ月 前

    Она много хуйни городит. Основной плюс- блестящий английский, все остальное спорно и безвкусно

  95. Nodfanatic

    Nodfanatic5 ヶ月 前

    So how do you make friends with Russians ?

  96. Keeper of Blue Roses

    Keeper of Blue Roses3 ヶ月 前

    You have to be Russian. Like a lot of people, they mainly stick with 'their own'. Also, most of what is said in the video is a lie. Russian people (especially straight out of Russia) are some of the most obnoxious people you'll ever encounter. I know from having lived with them from a young age. I've lived 'round Filipino people from a young age too, and have had no major problems with them.

  97. jay rider

    jay rider5 ヶ月 前

    When I was in Las Vegas I won a 750k Dollar jackpot and the first voice I heard out of my ears was " Hello my name is "Elizaveta" how are you doing?" I'm from Moscow Russia.

  98. Roman Z

    Roman Z5 ヶ月 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="163">2:43</a> Sex is scary, wow, why did the entire country turn into a brother during the world cup ? Russian women were having sex literally on the streets in front of everyone.