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  • Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 11:17pm

    I'll fuck anyone 330-235-2050

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 9:48am

    Vodka is Russian water. In Russian, vodka means something like 'little water' or 'cute water'.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 10:01am

    In Soviet Russia, glass of vodka carries you!!!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 1:02pm

    ~~~* The more you know

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 7, 09 at 4:41pm

    vodya is water, vodka is God's gift. get your shit straight.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 22, 09 at 8:21am

    I'm going with the folks saying vodka means "little water". What I've always read it means, plus it makes sense since Russians add "ka" to names of children and shit as a term of endearment.

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    Submitted by HelloMotto on Oct 7, 10 at 1:39am

    It is Russian water. Isn't it???

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 8:08pm

    I'm a fan of French Vodka. Grey Goose? Yes, please!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 12:34pm

    ...i feel like this would happen to me.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 8:03pm

    russian vodka is shit... popov? 20 proof.... now swedish vodka.... thats where its at.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 9:48am

    because IT is russian water! voda=waer and vodka literally mens "little water"

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 1:33pm

    LOL 1:02. I like the shooting star effect and everything.

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    Submitted by PacoTheTaco on Sep 8, 10 at 9:47pm

    Fuck soviet russia

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 9:23am

    more like russian piss. top liquors in order are: whiskey, rum, gin, fermented apple juice, vodka

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 12:45pm

    actually, the Polish invented vodka. they call it wodka now but it was originally called some crazy word that starts with a g literally meaning "burning waters"