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    A Bulgarian shepherd guards Putin's dacha

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    http://premier.gov.ru/events/news/12942/
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    I thought this was gonna be another vid from Encode lol ;p

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    Oh I would like to see it, especially running around in Putin's dacha. My mam's dog is 2 years old but with 2 meters stride in "normal" run, I didn't see it/he running at full speed yet, but our dog and Putin's are close relatives.
    Fidelity is one of their stongest features, knowing that it is a general dog quality.
    Not by the way today I will vote for name 'Болярчо'/'a king's noble little person' or 'Богатирчо'/'a powerful russian little hero' - they like the postfix 'чо' which is a baby-talk thing and they can feel they are treated as part of the family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanmayce View Post
    Oh I would like to see it, especially running around in Putin's dacha. My mam's dog is 2 years old but with 2 meters stride in "normal" run, I didn't see it/he running at full speed yet, but our dog and Putin's are close relatives.
    Fidelity is one of their stongest features, knowing that it is a general dog quality.
    Not by the way today I will vote for name 'Болярчо'/'a king's noble little person' or 'Богатирчо'/'a powerful russian little hero' - they like the postfix 'чо' which is a baby-talk thing and they can feel they are treated as part of the family.
    защо не "куче на задникчото" (^;
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanmayce View Post
    Oh I would like to see it, especially running around in Putin's dacha. My mam's dog is 2 years old but with 2 meters stride in "normal" run, I didn't see it/he running at full speed yet, but our dog and Putin's are close relatives.
    Fidelity is one of their stongest features, knowing that it is a general dog quality.
    Not by the way today I will vote for name 'Болярчо'/'a king's noble little person' or 'Богатирчо'/'a powerful russian little hero' - they like the postfix 'чо' which is a baby-talk thing and they can feel they are treated as part of the family.
    Funny. I'm always wondering where people take such pseudo Russian words. There is no such word as "Болярчо". And "Богатирчо"... Its probably "Богатырь".
    From my side I can suggest the name "Xyй-каk-ноc".

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    Or better "Нос-как-хуй"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skymmer View Post
    Funny. I'm always wondering where people take such pseudo Russian words.
    You do understand that Bulgarian is the original Slavic language, right? Russian came from Bulgarian (as did the alphabet). So maybe it is Russian which is "pseudo" Bulgarian?

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    A big question...

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