Category: "Bugs"


October 1st, 2014 — posted by Natasha
The Russian word пчела means 'bee'. It is end-stressed in the singular and root stressed in the plural. It declines like so: SgPl Nomпчелапчёлы Accпчелупчёл Genпчелыпчёл Preпчелепчёлах Datпчелепчёлам Insпчелойпчёлах By Emran Kassim via Wikimedia… more »


September 30th, 2010 — posted by Bella
My favorite letter of the Russian alphabet has always been Ж. When I was younger I called it "the bug letter" because it kind of looks like a bug. Conveniently, it is also the first letter of the Russian word for bug, жук. The plural of our word is,… more »


May 7th, 2010 — posted by Tatiana
I don’t like most horror movies. There is always a naïve dummy being led into the hands of an evil master, who is driven by his utter insanity or various psychological issues. All this blood spill doesn’t do anything for me except for giving me an… more »


March 22nd, 2010 — posted by Tatiana
Recently I wrote about bugs and how their little legs can make us shudder uncontrollably. That made me think about something even more horrifying: caterpillars. Even though some of them are really pretty with their perfect little geometrical figures… more »

Божья коровка

March 16th, 2010 — posted by Tatiana
Bugs gross out many people. However, very rarely you can find a person who is afraid of ladybugs. There is something so cute about them that even when their little legs touch your skin you don’t want to shake them off. Well, at least I wouldn’t. I… more »