|"I was drunk at work."|
From the looks of it, not just him, but the whole frat house!
|A little known method, pioneered by Soviet physicians, for treating bloody noses.|
|"Don't walk on fish!"|
I can't add anything to that.
|The somewhat harsh, Soviet version of "stripper working the pole."|
|This worker is testing which has greater force: freight train cars, or his skull.|
|Poster for the latest Soviet superhero film. |
This one features Shadow man, who haunts steel mills and uses a cross of karate and disco moves
to neutralize his enemies.
|I thought Comrade Roskolnikov was trying to kill me.|
|Poster for a lost Alfred Hitchcock classic in which the MacGuffin is a vengeful wrench.|
Hitch's first draft actually used the word "wench" --
but a secretary added an "r" and the Master of Suspense just went with it.
|Doesn't he look like he should be singing a Cole Porter song?|
|Is it my imagination or does this worker falling to his death bear some resemblance to Comrade Lenin?|
Thanks to Mary Skinner for sharing these.