In Krasnodar, one of the city alleys was captured by sculptures of swear words and phraseological unitsPictolic
Residents of Krasnodar were quite surprised when they found more than 10 strange sculptures on the alley on the 40th anniversary of Victory Street. No one knows who installed them and why, and only three months later, signs appeared on each of them. This did not make it any easier, since they were written... curses, however, quite censored.
Among the figures on the alley were wooden sculptures of a Vigorous louse, a Yeshkin cat, a fly-badge, Don Digidon and his mother, a Legendary babai and other dubious characters of Russian colloquial folklore. Some of the residents of the city perceived these artifacts with humor, and someone they outraged to the core.
"The art that we have earned...".
"A monument to aesthetic impoverishment".
"This is more fun than the blue figoviny that stood on the Kuban embankment!".
"Yes, it's cool!".
Outraged citizens began to ask quite logical questions at the city hall, but there officials just shrug their hands and say that this is "someone's self-made amateur activity". Officials are searching for the authors of the compositions, but so far without success. And the heroes with abusive names are still standing on the alley, attracting selfie lovers to themselves.
As we can see, the author of the works did not think much about realism and accurate detail, but it still turned out well.
Most of the heroes of the sculptures bear the names of curses and sayings familiar to everyone for decades.
"Gulabchik" is probably a lover of a good gulnut.
The cry of indignation "Ek-makarek" is getting harder and harder to hear every day. Unfortunately, today there are more obscene substitutes for it in use.
"Nekhochukha" is very simple. Everyone seems to understand what we are talking about.
Many citizens who are not too sophisticated in modern folklore have a question-who are "Don Digidon's Mother" and "Don Digidon" himself.
Don Digidon is not a folk character, but the hero of a scene played by a resident of the Comedy Club, Alexander Revva. His mother is a character taken also from the work of a stand-up artist and an actor.
It is hardly necessary to explain to a Russian person what a "Yadrena louse" is.
"Vpsyr" is a Russian word, but outdated. It means "raw" or "unfinished".
"Bambarbiya Kirgudu" is a catch phrase from L. Gaidai's comedy "The Caucasian Captive", which turned out to be so successful that it has firmly occupied a place in the Russian language for more than half a century.
However, the Krasnodar City Hall called the unusual statues illegal and promised to demolish them. They also destroyed the shocking monument to "Alyonka" in Novovoronezh, which, despite everything, went down in history and scattered millions of photos and thousands of memes on the Network.