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ezik
06-10-2012, 21:13
Moscow, October 7th 2012. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin turns 60. The highest security and most exclusive birthday party of the year in Russia, and you are invited...

Can't go without a present, of course, so on the way to the party, you buy a one. Whether you like him or not, the present has to be decent and needs to pass security.

What would you give Vladimir Vladimirovich as a present?

ezik
06-10-2012, 21:18
Myself, I'd get him a DVD box-set of Monty Python's Flying Circus.
I got one for my birthday last year and I certainly enjoyed it. I always only give presents I'd like to receive myself, too.
I'd like VVP to watch it too and develop a better feel for satire and absurdness. Might result him in having a good talk with the Duma and especially his own party...

MashaSashina
06-10-2012, 21:20
A book is the best present!
"The Autumn of the Patriarch" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez is a decent one i think. ))

robertmf
06-10-2012, 21:23
Moscow, October 7th 2012. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin turns 60. The highest security and most exclusive birthday party of the year in Russia, and you are invited...

Can't go without a present, of course, so on the way to the party, you buy a one. Whether you like him or not, the present has to be decent and needs to pass security.

What would you give Vladimir Vladimirovich as a present?

An emperor's crown and a Fabergé egg to give him future ideas :Loco:

Will the birthday party be televised to the hot & sweaty proletariat masses :question:

abrausman
06-10-2012, 21:35
This is a hard question. I suppose he can have almost everything he wants.
A cute puppy or kitten?

rusmeister
06-10-2012, 21:40
A DVD of the recent film, "Manalive".
Of course, it doesn't exist on DVD, though it had its premiere in Reno, Nevada in August, but Russians seem particularly good at obtaining and burning unobtainable DVDs...

robertmf
06-10-2012, 21:50
A DVD of the recent film, "Manalive (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZbJeHAFOSk)".
Of course, it doesn't exist on DVD, though it had its premiere in Reno, Nevada in August, but Russians seem particularly good at obtaining and burning unobtainable DVDs...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :soapbox: Chesterton

Manalive (2012) - IMDb


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NotMe
06-10-2012, 22:03
A book is the best present!
"The Autumn of the Patriarch" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez is a decent one i think. ))

I am second for a book as a present.

Mine would be "One hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel Marquez.

Russian Lad
07-10-2012, 00:17
Of course, it doesn't exist on DVD, though it had its premiere in Reno, Nevada in August, but Russians seem particularly good at obtaining and burning unobtainable DVDs...

Oh, our dear Orthodox Christian enjoys watching sadistic movies.:) How cute:).

mds45
07-10-2012, 01:02
Handcuffs.....

GalinaP
07-10-2012, 03:42
a stuffed two-headed eagle

Benedikt
07-10-2012, 05:57
What would you give Vladimir Vladimirovich as a present?[/QUOTE]


and if the press foams again about his million dollar time piece collection he could proudly say,-fooled you all, it is a fake from Thailand-.:applause:
or would there be than copyright issues? could Rolex or the like sue him for wearing counterfeit? well, he could always claim it was a present and he did not know it was a fake, or what?

Jas
07-10-2012, 09:15
A golden kalashnikov

carly
07-10-2012, 14:44
The world?

After all, he tried so hard for Russia to become a superpower. I am sure nothing less than hegemony will satisfy him.

martpark
07-10-2012, 15:17
The Fats Domino version of Blueberry Hill.

Potty
07-10-2012, 16:09
a drawing :badclown: