Среда, Ноябрь 7, 2012
Воскресенье, Ноябрь 4, 2012
Суббота, Октябрь 27, 2012
The airport in Schiphol is announcing that Khrushchev needs to board his flight to Kiev
Четверг, Октябрь 25, 2012
Khrushchev looks ways happier about his corn though
Вторник, Апрель 24, 2012
“Now they know what it’s like to move in with a goat.”
“Kennedy slept with a wooden knife.”
“let’s put a hedgehog down the American’s trousers.”
“Berlin is the testicles of the west. When I want to make the west scream, I squeeze…
But his memoirs are so expensive
And tbf the balls one makes sense. Western Europe was all up in that Berlin anxiety yo
Пятница, Апрель 20, 2012
I don’t even care
Khrushchev and corn are my OTP
Вторник, Апрель 17, 2012
N. S. Khrushchev: From my Moscow experience, I would like to introduce corn. When I came from Ukraine to Moscow in 1950, the weather here was very cold and rainy. At the time I brought my bodyguards with me from Ukraine, and the comrades told me that the son of a co-worker had…
Пятница, Апрель 13, 2012
Better photo than the last one
Вторник, Апрель 3, 2012
I like how Churchill’s head disappears into the white.
Четверг, Март 22, 2012
dis iz a krushchev/corn fandom appreciation post.
I was flicking through the first volume of Khrushchev’s memoirs this morning, a recounting up to 1945. It seems it was before his affair with corn, and his emotional growth clearly lacked development.
Среда, Март 21, 2012
Khrushchev, you are the derpiest motherfucker to ever have ruled a country.
Вторник, Март 13, 2012
When I woke up still ill and my girlfriend in Prague, I was like
“Okay, sucks to be stuck in bed still, but hey, I can get some reading done, or even get started on that American lit essay I have to write!”
What I have actually done
Is spend the last fourteen hours alternating between Tumblr and Skyrim
Суббота, Март 3, 2012
Sooo, apparently he did have diabetes.
Not the most notable thing about him though.
“Bitches, please. What do you mean ignoring increasing efficiency in existing regions in favour of huge expansion onto unsuitable land might not solve our grain problem?”