First of all I would like to say that one day I’ll go to Russia! I don’t know why, how or when… but I WILL!
When we talk about russian stereotypes, often is: Winter, Vodka and Bears.
You’ve probably heard a lot of “facts”, myths and stereotypes about Russia. Find out which Russian “stereotypes” are actually true!
THE MOST COMMON RUSSIAN STEREOTYPES:
- All the Russians are Soviets (that is probably by far the largest stereotype).
- All the Russian hate Americans.
- All the Russians are spies.
- There are only 2 seasons in Russia: winter, and nuclear winter
- Russia is the world’s largest vodka republic
- Most of Russians do not drink water, only vodka.
- In Russia there are not ugly girls, it just depends on how much vodka you drunk.
- There are no Russian women, only Russian men without penises.
- Russian women are gorgeous and they are available for sale throughout the internet and you can buy your own one as a souvenir (even if you haven’t been to the country!) by typing “free screensavers” into Google!
- Russian food is bad even for British standards.
- Everyone know and sing the very popular song Katyusha.
- All the Russians play gymnastics, wrestling, boxe and have very large bodies.
- In Russia there is an organized crime (the rise of Russian and former Soviet mobsters with the collapse of the Soviet Union).
- In Russia everyone is atheist.