Sometimes Google tries to convince you that it knows more about what you are trying to find than you personally. To be honest, Google is in most cases right, but sometimes they just have some strange suggestions It’s funny that, when you just type in “I’m Serbian”, it doesn’t give
UPDATE: (November 26th) A lot of media picked the story up, including Trojka in Serbia and Huffington post abroad. Since a lot of people were interested in how Nicolas Cage and Holly Hunter ended up on the cover, I asked and got the explanation from the graphic designer of the
Branislav Nusic (1864-1938) is one of the great names of Serbian comedy. Man with a really turbulent life, he is also the proof that comedy was (and still is) a serious force to be reckoned with. Comedy got him into prison, but also made him part of intellectual circles of
Meanwhile, somewhere in Serbia… I heard that some people do this but this is the first time that it’s captured on film. Serbian Orthodox Priest providing a full service of blessing an Opel vehicle: I am not sure if this is a way to protect the car from the potential
Remember the story some five years ago about the Serbian Radical party fuckup with the website domain they advertised but forgot to buy? Well the Internet scene in Serbia doesn’t seem to be getting boring anytime soon. The latest web-related curiosity is the website “Ocistimo Srbiju” (Clean Serbia) by the
If you happen to make a hobby out of following world news that involve drunken Serbs than you must’ve seen this one lately – “Drunk Serbian man kills a shark by jumping on its head in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt” – but if you don’t have a hobby like that,
Boris Tadic is a typical president. He may not always say the right things, but accompanied by a piano it all just sounds so much better.
If you are a tourist, and in Belgrade for the first time, it is to be expected that you will be taken to the Kalemegdan park. And, while in the Kalemegdan park, it is to be expected that your guide will take you to see the confluence of Dunav and Sava rivers, where one of the most recognizable Belgrade monuments is located—The Victor statue. Today you will discover one secret feature of the monument, which I like to think it was a sort of an Easter egg planted there by the sculptor. Thanks to Eniac who showed me the Easter egg, you will now also be amazed by the discovery.
This is a spam post I received this morning on Belgraded. We all hate spam, but this one was funny so I decided to share it with you. “HELP! I’m currently being held prisoner by the Russian mafia xyzrxyz penis enlargement xyzrxyz and being forced to post spam comments on
Zastava, the car maker that invented yugo had some really cool advertising back then. And no, the name of this car isn’t Christine – it’s Zastava 101, more famous in Serbia as “kec” or “stojadin”.