Here's a funny gif, and a small picture dump

Just some recently downloaded randomness, because hey, why not...

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These three cars on the last photo are commonly known in ex-yugoslavian countries as a Fićo (fee-cho), a Yugo and a Stojadin (sto-yad-een), all made in Bosnia under the name Zastava, with Fiat's designs pretty much ruined.
The Fićo is our true people's car. Like the Mini in the UK, a Beetle in Germany, a Fiat 500 in Italy or the 2CV/Renault 4 in France. Whole families used to cram in it and go to italy and smuggle back Levi's jeans and other western goods... Because liberal-communist hybrid state.

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