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Comment from: Denis [Visitor]
Господь с Вами! К щам ТОЛЬКО БЕЛЫЙ!!!
09/18/11 @ 04:33
Comment from: Dan [Visitor]
There's a slang phrase надавать по щам which means to kick someone's ass (or punch the face several times). I don't know how this phrase originated, but i think that in this case щи substitutes щёки (cheeks).

Don responds: Thanks! I didn't know that one. I bet you're right that щам is just an abbreviated form of щекам here.

10/03/11 @ 11:03
Comment from: Yana [Visitor]
Щи means "face" in colloquial speech; mostly used by young people, it's not offensive but VERY informal, almost slang, I think.
08/20/12 @ 04:37
Comment from: katya kats [Visitor]
Do you know that people in Ukraine do not eat schi or care for it. It's a common knowledge that Russians cannot cook, Ukrainians can. To some degree it's true. Ukraine always had bigger assoertment of fruits and vegetables and used an international cuisine even in 15 century. Turkish, Romanian, Bolgarian, etc.
12/10/12 @ 16:26

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