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How can salt and matches help? Has nothing changed with the imposition of martial law in the Kharkiv region? and got a better answer
Response from Колыван Поджопников[+++++]
is it a Soviet traditional value to stock up on salt and matches?
this is a Soviet traditional value - to stock up on salt and matches
salt the tires and then set fire to them.
"I ran to the Greek grocery store to get buckwheat and there's a military patrol at the entrance checking documents", "Gauleiter's on the streets with sheepdogs. I was on the street with my documents and bread cards. The military is all around in bmbs and planes", "God forbid you go into a barbershop, they immediately shave you and put on a Ukrainian pixel", "Searches, arrests, confiscations. Previously issued slaves are taken away, forced to dig trenches. Salt and matches only for Bandera people. We suffer", "In any incomprehensible situation, take salt and buckwheat to ATB", "The city stands, there are only American mercenaries around" Babies are all eatenThe boys are crucified on all polesNo vodka. There's no vodka. Tanks, planes, cannons roaring Snowbirds have been fished out. Eat it now or save it for tomorrow
they'll make a checkers.
I'll tell you: meet me tomorrow on Kyiv-Adesa autobahn by Sala?
Caught a fish, made a fire, cooked some fish soup, salted it and ate it.