#1
One time I saw something that was kinda reversed and was about Soviet Russia, and got inspired. So all during French class, me and some friends were just coming up with random "In Soviet Russia..."s. It was hilarious. Even funnier, one of my friends only understood the first one after about 15 mins, which was too funny

Anyway, they go something like: "In Soviet Russia, [insert noun here][insert verb here] you!"

For example, "In Soviet Russia, teenage girl rapes you!"

Understand?

Good! So come up with your own!

GO!
#2
In Soviet Russia, Fail fails You!!
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#4
in soviet russia search bar searches you!
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#6
Quote by friji
in soviet russia search bar searches you!

Links or that was a very useless post.
#7
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In Soviet Russia, Fail fails You!!


Fail.

In Soviet Russia, unfunny jokes don't laugh at YOU!!!
#10
In Soviet Russia old jokes post you.


Actually, the Soviets had more sense.
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#12
In Soviet Russia, Sentence Reverses YOU!
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#13
someone in my english class said that once.but just the soviet russia part.he says the dumbest things.in german, right in the middle of a quiz, he raises his hand and asks how to start a motercycle.different strokes different folks i guess
#14
In Soviet Russia, privatisation of large enterprises to corrupt allies of the Yeltsin regime contributed to what was already a large depression comprising mass poverty and hyper-inflation.
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#15
I like how every post so far is flaming this guy. Anyway,

In Soviet Russia, threads like this fail like anywhere else in the world.
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#17
In Soviet Russia, there's 2 channels! Channel 1 is PROPAGANDA!! Channel 2 is a man in a suit telling you to turn back to Channel 1!!

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#18
Don't be hatin', it makes no sense that this thread got flamed more than the other one, (which I couldn't find with the search bar)
#20
Quote by mart69
Don't be hatin', it makes no sense that this thread got flamed more than the other one, (which I couldn't find with the search bar)

These jokes are so


fuckin


old.
#21
Quote by Wikipedia
Russian reversal

Russian reversal is a type of joke popularized by Smirnoff. The general form of the Soviet Russia joke is that the subject and objects of a statement are reversed, and “In Soviet Russia”, or something equivalent, is added. For example:

In the US, you catch a cold.
In Soviet Russia, cold catches you!

In the US, you can always find a party.
In Soviet Russia, the Party finds you!

All of Smirnoff's original “In Soviet Russia” jokes made use of formulaic wordplay that carried Orwellian undertones. For example, one well known joke of this type runs “In the US, you watch television. In Soviet Russia, television watches you!” The joke alludes to video screens that both reproduce images and monitor the citizenry, as in Nineteen Eighty-Four.

At the peak of Smirnoff's celebrity in the mid-1980s, he did not say "Soviet Russia"—he said simply "Russia", as the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic had been around since 1917, was still extant, and showed no signs of imminent collapse. Smirnoff added the Soviet qualifier after the fall of the USSR, long after his fame had faded, to specify that he was referring to the communist regime and not the present state.[citation needed]

The joke form has become a trademark of Smirnoff's, and is widely referenced in television parodies and references as well as many on-line communities, including Slashdot, reddit, Digg, Totse, and Uncyclopedia [6].


And there you have it.

It was started by the POLISH!!!*


*Joke. It's a ukranian comedian, not the vodka brand.
Last edited by Vermintide at Oct 26, 2007,
#23
In Soviet Russia, thread reports YOU!
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#24
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And there you have it.

It was started by the POLISH!!!

Those damn Pols bring nothing but trouble!
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#28
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In Soviet Russia threads are good

Coincidentally, this thread is located on a website based in RUSSIA.
#29
Quote by Moggan13
In Soviet Russia, Russia Soviet In You!!!

haha Epic win good sir.
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This man deserves my +1

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#30
Quote by mart69
Coincidentally, this thread is located on a website based in RUSSIA.

Not Soviet Russia though.

Therefore your point is void.
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This man deserves my +1

+1

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