Shuffling Their Shoes


That’ll be it for today, ModBloggers. We leave you with this photo by Moscow-based Clockorange of her husband, Doggy, smoking his morning cigarette, strumming a jaunty tune and getting ready to start the day. And here we are, getting ready for bed like a bunch of boobs. So it goes.

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12 thoughts on “Shuffling Their Shoes

  1. Lena “Clockorange” is not from Moscow. She is from Saint-Peterburg (Russia), a city called North Capital, Cultural Capital and etc…))))

    Pic is good, anyway)))

  2. It’s some IAM problem, city of living still doesn’t want to change from Moscow to Saint-Petersburg.
    But still i was born in Moscow, lived there for 20 years and most of my and Doggy’s tattoos were done there. So it’s not a big mistake.

  3. too cool for school

    whats the deal with star tattoos anyways?
    do people in Russia call them nautical stars too?
    i wish people could figure out the difference before they get to the tattoo shop

  4. > whats the deal with star tattoos anyways?
    > do people in Russia call them nautical stars too?
    > i wish people could figure out the difference before they get to the tattoo shop

    Most people in Russia don’t know the tradition behind the star tattoos – they’re usually done because they’re “cool”.
    When I decided I want stars on my hands I actually did some research and found out the actual meaning and symbolism behind it. So I thought it’s perfect – I wanted these two to make some sense since I gonna see them a lot and nautical theme was pretty much what I was looking for. I’m very happy with them ever after.

  5. All mine stars are done because I like stars it is a good symbol and they’re looking good, but when I decided to have some stars on me I wasn’t in theme about nautical star.

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