I've got a bit of a thing for the Russians. Vodka, the Soviet Union, Propaganda, all brilliant stereotypes if you ask me. As if I needed more convincing then, I still have had my love furthered by englishrussia.com. Whilst I've hardly explored it in depth, it is essentially a gathering of weird contemporary Russian trends and goings on. What struck me in particular and prompted me to post was a thread of 'staged photographs' all adhering strictly to a theme. You can check the post here if the photo below makes you shoot milk out of your nose like it did to me.
“A Cheating Wife: You need to make a photo of a man, “a lover”, hanging outside the real window. The window should be not lower than a 3rd store of a multi-stored building. “A husband” should lean out from another window with a gun, aiming at “the lover”. From yet another window “the cheating wife” should look out in despair.”
Born to a Russian steel worker and a British aristocrat, I Timpkins, was a misfit from the start. A professional gambler most of my life I struggled to make a living, now at 38 I owe money in all the boroughs.