It is a kind of sofa and have fun. For the child can be considered solved. But in the Soviet Union, they spent their time in the street. Found, extremely interesting, but damn dangerous options.
I’ve been born in the 60s-80s and I can say something like this about his “Soviet childhood”: I really think about risk. But now some of our criminal code … “
Kalashnikov assault rifle made of plywood. It was also called “sikalka”, with an emphasis on the first syllable. It was up to the team of sprinklers.
In addition, it could be beautifully and brightly. It can’t be a problem.
12. Pugachi and crossbows
What is the scarecrow? Wooden clothespins
“Soviet childhood”: 22 unsafe entertainment