Saturday, September 29, 2007

Drutten och Jena.

This is a collage of some Cheburashka related items I have. What's a grown man doing collecting Cheburashkas, you might ask. Well, I enjoy it, it brings me back to the carefree days of my childhood, when the high point of the day was to sit down in front of the TV and watch "Drutten och Jena". You might not know it, but "Drutten and Jena" was imported from Russia, Cheburashka became Drutten, and Gena became Jena. Oh, the responsibility free days of my socialist childhood.

Oh, and the white Cheburashka sings if you press it's tummy.


Anonymous said...

Mjau Mjau Mjau!

Ming said...

I love a Spok!

Hawk and Weasel said...

vilken samling - jag är avundsjuk! Jag har en brun cheburascka som också sjunger, samt en rysk dock-variant där de passar i varandra. Dina ölunderlägg eller vad de är är ju toppen.