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The data say that, unsurprisingly, many Russians flock to warmer climes to celebrate the New Year.
A school's New Years party causes a stir when a male teacher dresses up as Snow Maiden.
Russians share their hopes for 2024.
The Russian military has assured local governments that they don't need to worry about canceling New Years' festivities because of the mobilization and conflict in Ukraine.
In this week's Odder News, Russians are not happy with their gifts, an underwater winter wedding, and cooking for President Putin.
In this week's Odder News: the weirdest New Year's show ever, the most eco-friendly person ever, and great news for Russia's orphan care system.
"Thank God no one is writing any filth. Everything somehow really worked out very soulfully. This kind of thing is a sincere message from one to the other."
A little girl from Moscow just asked for a robotic toy dog, but instead, she got a rather unusual tale from one of Russia's head political leaders.
"Since I am also a lawyer, I can act as an attorney for Father Christmas, and remind the plaintiff that Father Christmas fulfills wishes and gives gifts only to good girls and boys. Let him analyze his behavior and, perhaps, find something that has prevented Father Christmas from presenting him with gifts for the New Year holidays. This will be the main line of defense."
A holiday survey detailed Russians' preference for gift-receiving.
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