Which of your habits will be considered annoying in Russia?




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  2. Nordschamane

    Nordschamane7 ヶ月 前

    That's cool but where's subtitles?

  3. Saurav Kumar

    Saurav Kumar4 日 前

    What's your Instagram id

  4. Bermet Anarbaeva

    Bermet Anarbaeva19 日 前

    I guess same for all post soviet countries as well.

  5. washington gibz

    washington gibz25 日 前

    haha yeah some thigns about russia are good.. "snitches get stitches" hahaha its the kind of place you could fight a guy in the street with a knife and nobody will interfere

  6. Anna Mirońska

    Anna Mirońska27 日 前

    I'm always surprised how similar we Polish and Russians are. It's such a pity we don't talk about our similarities.

  7. Hypocrites Pun

    Hypocrites Punヶ月 前

    I could fit in there😊

  8. Edgar Loureiro

    Edgar Loureiroヶ月 前

    Taking of your shoes when inside should be "the rule" everywhere. I remember when I was a child I "unfortunately" stepped on some chewing gum, got inside and made a complete mess...my mom taght me the lesson for life :-D

  9. potat

    potatヶ月 前

    Hats inside are also seen as rude. Also, (I live in America) and when i go to my American friends house and they insist on letting me keep my shoes on and then I’m squirming as they are wearing their shoes on their bed. It’s easier with my Russian friends since we all automatically take off our shoes, hats, and if baba is home then both of us will be well over fed

  10. Cyrus Bayat

    Cyrus Bayat2 ヶ月 前

    What do we do now mike?🤔 See a russian say nothing and run away👽

  11. Pilum1000

    Pilum10002 ヶ月 前

    Меня не раздражают разговоры о сексе, talking about sex doesn't irritate me, i'm not a puritan :>

  12. Tom Fuller

    Tom Fuller2 ヶ月 前

    My friend Oleg told me when we first me "Toma, we Russians are a dour bunch, until we get to know you."

  13. Angus Mac

    Angus Mac3 ヶ月 前

    It’s “squeamish”, not “squirmish”. To squirm is to wriggle, like a restless child who won’t sit still. Otherwise 100% excellent English!

  14. Edgar Loureiro

    Edgar Loureiroヶ月 前

    She said squeamish. Anna is in fact bi-lingual.

  15. Craig Wallace

    Craig Wallace4 ヶ月 前

    i've met russian people before. i wasn't impressed.



    At that point, what has the kind of people impressed you?

  17. Roman Fomenkov

    Roman Fomenkov4 ヶ月 前

    Forgot to mention that people older than you need to contact by name and patronymic. Or to the manager, in most cases. If his name is Vladislav Evgenievich, or Claudia Valerianovna, then this is the only way to contact them. No ma'am or sir, lord and other formalities. And abbreviation is also not allowed. You can pronounce it or not - this is your problem. Exercise, or then shut up.

  18. Nina Ne nova

    Nina Ne nova4 ヶ月 前

    Absolutely disagree with point about sex. It's not like that. It's not USSR now

  19. Diana Roszhaupt

    Diana Roszhaupt4 ヶ月 前

    And there's one more thing, Russians and Easter Europeans alike, would never take the dishes out of the soapy water and put them on the drying rack. They would RINSE them first!

  20. No Nursultan There

    No Nursultan There2 日 前

    Wtf?! Taking dishes from the soapy water?! How’s that even working? Isn’t it dangerous for your health, and it also tastes very bad!

  21. Jerry N.

    Jerry N.4 ヶ月 前

    I'm glad Russia doesn't have small talk with strangers. I have social anxiety, I don't want random people to talk to me. Also in my city, I don't know if a stranger is going to have something important to say, or if they are just going to beg me for money.

  22. Sergey K

    Sergey K4 ヶ月 前

    Непонятно, название видео на русском, а видео на английском.

  23. Bibi Perez

    Bibi Perez4 ヶ月 前

    I must be russian 😂

  24. Kirk Russ

    Kirk Russ5 ヶ月 前

    And this clearly is pravda for 2nd generation American Russians also---if people don't take their shoes off at my home, I go insane!

  25. Unicorns &rainbows

    Unicorns &rainbows5 ヶ月 前

    Точь в точь. Меня мать и Бабушка ругают если тапки не надела (когда например в носках хожу). «Простудишься если не оденешь тапки» говорят. 😂🤷🏼‍♀️

  26. CuzaAliño

    CuzaAliño5 ヶ月 前

    And.. that's why I love Russians.

  27. Alan Gallivan

    Alan Gallivan5 ヶ月 前

    I appreciate you.

  28. Darric P.L.

    Darric P.L.5 ヶ月 前

    Great video but the outro dancing was pure cringe.. but I guess that's her style hehe she's hilarious btw

  29. Scorpion Braid

    Scorpion Braid6 ヶ月 前

    As an American, I don't follow the "You always have to be smiling" line of thought. I find it uncomfortable that we as a society force others to portray themselves as something other than we are. It can and has lead to psychological problems. Plus, if someone smiles at you who doesn't smile at every little thing, you know it's more genuine.

  30. Zenarchy

    Zenarchy6 ヶ月 前

    russians = sad poor people



    It's rude. We prefer to be called "tragic heroes".

  32. Andrew

    Andrew6 ヶ月 前

    Пчела за жопу укусила в этом моменте 2:39 . Я не профессионал в сэхшуал рэвалюшоне, но про школы и застенчивость сильно загнула. Просто не всех учат общению с противоположным полом. И кто пользуется тиндером у нас? Ставь крестик (в правом верхнем углу), если крутой онлечанен и треггеришься на слово "руссиан"! ПОСМОТРИМСКОЛЬКОНАС

  33. Юлия Ван-Чжан-Шань

    Юлия Ван-Чжан-Шань6 ヶ月 前

    Half of there a wrong or not completely true.

  34. просто слухаю

    просто слухаю6 ヶ月 前

    * Russians are often nice, noble and very considerate when talking to someone - try to match that up for them * NEVER talk bad or be against about the Russian religion (Orthrodox Christianity) - russians really think before they speak cuz they are raised that way, they wont just put up religion on anything unless you did it * be a gentleman to Russian females even you are not interested with them vice versa with men, treat Russian old people with all respect because russian old people will respect you back on your age, be very nice to Russian kids - in Russia having a family role system (mom, dad, grandpa, grandma, uncle, aunt, brother and sister etc) is acted upon with the russian people society, example... an oldman out there is like your uncle, a random russian girl is like your sister so on and so on but you just dont have to smother or disturb them all around * dont get mislead with Russian memes and try to stereotype those memes on the russian society (gopnik, hardbass, vulgar culture and despising attitude) - Russians are trying all their best to be well mannered people to you and everyone, and Russians are doing all their best to present theirself and their country to be glorious and wonderful, don't let the gopnik russian memes hardbass mis'lead the face of Russia

  35. Jack Krieger

    Jack Krieger6 ヶ月 前

    Russian have ethical manners. I like their style.

  36. Marilyn Singer

    Marilyn Singer6 ヶ月 前

    Раздражает такой акцент.

  37. Don Sonny

    Don Sonny6 ヶ月 前

    I find we Slavic people are very similar in behavior and cultural norms , one thing I struggled to get over in the US is how Americans will smile at you while talking to you for no apparent reason many obviously forcing a smile while Slavic people will generally not do that unless they know you or feel some kind of connection first , now with the cross contamination of cultures these things are becoming less pronounced

  38. Jane A

    Jane A6 ヶ月 前

    I'm surprised how much idiotic nonsense slips by in this video. 'School teaches that sex is painfull'... lol what?! School describes sex from bio point of view, only, as reproductive function. Nothing more. And of course, it warns againts AIDS and unwanted pregnancy. What do you want from school, to vouch for STD and promiscuity? Or like 'today, kids, we'll talk about best sex pose...'? Yes, there's no lessons of sex education... so what? And there've been sexual revolution in Russia, in 90ths. The times... Can't say it's an unambihously good thing. People do talk about sex, but with close friends usually, not like with complete stranges on streets or every colleage at work. It's private thing, still. Small talk... wrong again. I live in big city and had plenty of small talk... initiaed mostly by elderly women on benches :), but. 'Don't talk first'...🙄 it sounds just stupid. If everybody followed that rule, nobody would talk with each other ever. So, whole video is thruth mixed with generaliization, assumptions and subjective conclusions. Really disappointing.

  39. Do I Look Smart Now ?

    Do I Look Smart Now ?6 ヶ月 前

    I’ve seen you on RT? Am I wrong?



    True ;)

  41. Do I Look Smart Now ?

    Do I Look Smart Now ?6 ヶ月 前

    I’ve seen you on RT? Am I wrong?

  42. Зелёный Горошек

    Зелёный Горошек7 ヶ月 前

    I don’t know about other Russians but I’m okay with talks about sex. I can speak openly about it. What about table miners... Russians don’t pay much attention on it (only loudly chewing may irritate us).

  43. Crusieth Maximuss

    Crusieth Maximuss7 ヶ月 前


  44. Mikoto Lonely Wolf

    Mikoto Lonely Wolf7 ヶ月 前

    How do you feel when your video watched mostly by russians? Lmao

  45. Bury Pinković

    Bury Pinković7 ヶ月 前

    Pls no sexual revolution

  46. Mikoto Lonely Wolf

    Mikoto Lonely Wolf7 ヶ月 前

    I just HATE loud noises. My head starting to ache and most of Russians feels like me. We have too much reasons to have a headache, and loud noises and speak is the one of them, I could say it's the first reason of headache. By the way, if you're from USA, be prepared for reactions like "USA is shit, get out of here!" because some people still watch TV and TV news. Don't react on it, I don't think they'll hit you. And no, I don't think that USA is a shit. All countries is we.

  47. Jeson Liu

    Jeson Liu7 ヶ月 前

    Cyka blyat

  48. Phfish_

    Phfish_7 ヶ月 前

    Wrong, this video is fake! Russia is covered with mutants and they all live in the metro. Propaganda, all Russians squat too.

  49. цветовод кек

    цветовод кек7 ヶ月 前

    Когда это разговоры про секс стали стесняющими???? Я уже млн лет не видел людей, что стесняются поговорить об этом!

  50. Соня Ланкмиллер

    Соня Ланкмиллер6 ヶ月 前

    У нас в школах запрещены уроки сексуального воспитания. С подростками не говорят о сексе серьёзно, не рассказывают про презервативы и тд. Про это имелось в виду.

  51. ilya kizilov

    ilya kizilov7 ヶ月 前

    Было бы не плохо перевести

  52. Julián Miguel Sonza

    Julián Miguel Sonza7 ヶ月 前

    Omg sounds so me but I'm Filipino.

  53. Arabela IV

    Arabela IV7 ヶ月 前

    I'd be annoyed by those habits too lol

  54. Abdullah Waleed

    Abdullah Waleed7 ヶ月 前

    Rush B

  55. Sapphire Sushi

    Sapphire Sushi7 ヶ月 前

    1:16... I’m moving to Russia.

  56. Denis Rozhkov

    Denis Rozhkov7 ヶ月 前

    и тут кровавая гебня всем жить мешала, не серьезно

  57. Alisha M

    Alisha M7 ヶ月 前

    I’m not sure about small talk. Usually, when I’m in a shop or other public space and the queue is long or i’m waiting for somebody else, i tend to talk to the employees or strangers, and on many occasions i wasn’t the first one to start speaking. If you go to the subway (метро) etc, people are generally kind and helpful. It is different for various parts of Russia because there are many cultures, so I am speaking from my personal experience. 😊

  58. Nick Bunich

    Nick Bunich7 ヶ月 前

    About that “splitting the check” thing. Not all Russian women are like that, it’s not a russian tradition. Some Russians view those “man should pay for women” girls as infants. You don’t want to have a kept woman wife, do you?

  59. jon connington

    jon connington7 ヶ月 前

    I visited Russia as a tourist and there was a time when I was physically exhausted from walking for so long while carrying heavy bags of groceries, so I to sat down on the pavement to rest for a bit and oh boy did I get strange looks. Until that moment I was perfectly passable as another citizen unless I opened my mouth, (slavic genes, born and raised in western Turkey). I felt super uncomfortable and didn’t understand why people were staring so hard so I got up and went inside a convenience store to calm down my growing panic. I asked the owner if they had any mountain dew (in english) and noticed his accent was slightly different from a russian’s and somehow more similar to mine. The guy turned out to be Azerbaijani, we switched languages and chat for about 5 minutes. He spoke Azeri and I understood %90 percent of it. That day made me wonder if guardian angels were real or some shit like that.

  60. Ceduria

    Ceduria7 ヶ月 前

    Here in Latvia the Russians are considered to be the "Slavic hot-tempered" ones who are generally louder and talk to strangers.

  61. Ana Love

    Ana Love7 ヶ月 前

    The first one is just wrong

  62. Flamboyant Thug

    Flamboyant Thug7 ヶ月 前

    What we gonna do with you baby?

  63. julia

    julia7 ヶ月 前

    I admire her good pronunciation

  64. MountainRain

    MountainRain7 ヶ月 前

    This girl annoys me

  65. Osigot

    Osigot7 ヶ月 前

    2:00 totally lie! In Russia if someone ask you "how are you?" that's just greeting word, and nothing more. No one want hear about your problems.

  66. lisabat shuzzen

    lisabat shuzzen7 ヶ月 前

    Osigot я соглашусь, но только при переписке с малознакомым человеком. а вот близким людям интересно

  67. Osigot

    Osigot7 ヶ月 前

    @TheMrsuperhesoyam1 лол, нет, не вру. Никому не интересны твои дела, когла спрашивают "как дела". И это не только в России так, но и везде.

  68. TheMrsuperhesoyam1

    TheMrsuperhesoyam17 ヶ月 前

    As russian I can say you're lying.

  69. ted rebel

    ted rebel7 ヶ月 前

    please. The Dutch are much louder than Americans and they are European.

  70. JP

    JP7 ヶ月 前

    Not having two bullets in the back of my head