His political career musician Sergey Shnurov began with a vulgar joke. Russian media spread a video in which the artist at the meeting, probably of the party, says an old indecent anecdote.
The publication Life Shot, which made this moment writes: “the First joke Sergei Shnurov as a political figure. Of course, about the whore.” You may notice that when a musician begins his speech, a woman in the audience asked him, is it possible to tell this anecdote. Cord said that it is possible and continued. It was the anecdote about voting for the Chairman of the collective farm. All supported the candidate Vasily Ivanovich. But one of those present was against. The man stood up and said that the daughter of Vasily Ivanovich is a whore. Then stood Vasily Ivanovich: “Guys, what slander! I have a son!” Then the opponent responds, “Well, I don’t know, I expressed my opinion”.
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