This Old Drunk Pole-Fighting Russian Gives Us Another Reason To Fear Mother Russia (Video)

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We’ve spoken a lot about Russia over the past few weeks and how vastly different our cultures are. We’ve shown you videos of their children eating whole onions, pictures of their bizarre landmarks and activities and their President telling reporters to “try Viagra.

Today we show you another piece of fine work out of the fine country of Russia: an old drunk man fighting a pole.

Enjoy.

The eastern-European music, plus the old-school video game sound effects give it a nice touch.

Old Drunk Russian: 1, Pole: 0

(via Daily Picks And Flicks)

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Tyler Gildin

Tyler Gildin is an NYC-based Stand Up Comedian and the Creative Director at Elite Daily. He is a Television Radio Film graduate from Syracuse University and performs at clubs and colleges all over the country. He’s been written up and interviewed in publications including Newsday, CBS New York, AOL Patch and SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio. He once forgot to wear his underwear to school in 4th grade, and his mom came and brought them for him in a manila envelope. His teacher opened it in front of the class.

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