okay now that most of my fanboying has died down, can we focus on this?
i saw a lot of people saying “that must be heavy’s mom!!” and i admit that was what i thought at first. then i saw someone (i think it was catcard) say it was a store. that would make sense, considering the sign outside. but what does the sign say?
with the now, it’s hard to read, but from what is visible, i can read:
obviously, the ends of the words are cut off, but the second one is pretty obviously Джугджур: dzhugdzhur. the first one, however, as i do not speak russian, is harder to tell. doing some experimenting on google translate, however, i came up with Mагазин: bookstore.
and that would make sense; some books come out in serials that run on the first of the month. comic books, notably, but also mystery series, romance novels, etc.
in conclusion, i bet he’s buying serials of russian poetry.
any russian speakers, please feel free to correct me! i would love to know what kind of store he’s at
Heavy still regularly reads his Russian literature. That is so hot.
He is in a ordinary store. In Russia if we want to say something like ‘book store’, ‘food store’, we simply applying an addictive just like you, so it will be ‘Книжный магазин’, ‘продуктовый магазин’. So we can’t say, for what purpose did ge came there.
And there we have it, people! Thanks for the info.
Джугдж is a mountain range in Russia close to
Khabarovsk Krai ,http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/10/Khabarovsk_in_Russia.svg .Hopefully this info is usefull. Also in my theory Heavy got some sort of arrangment with this shopkeeper lady that she recives foreign formation and gives it too him (so the goverment wount know?). That shop could also possibly work as a postoffice or maybe the only one that got working phoneline around.