Do you have no idea what to write on your Russian card? Maybe you’ll find the answer in VG’s quotation machine for Russian cards.
Now you can easily print hundreds of quotes, jokes and slogans for your Russian card.
VG used the AI service ChatGPT to create some of the quotes, and as they say themselves:
“These quotes are meant to be a little funny and provocative, but not to offend anyone. Remember that context and audience are always important when using cheeky humor.
With that said, please:
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The Rosicourt tradition has long roots in Norway, and has evolved over time. During the Russian era, Russians distributed Russian cards, wore Russian clothing, and participated in various ceremonies and activities. Although there is no exact date for the beginning of the Russian card tradition, it has been an important part of Russian celebrations for decades.
Today, it is common for Russians to design their own Russian cards, often in collaboration with friends or classmates. Russian cards can be a fun way to express personality, humor, and friendship in a time that should be marked by joy and togetherness.
Have you seen this? This is how the Russians design the suit now.
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