Holy cow!...It's here......Still in the showcase of Naval Museum. Fresh, embroidered badge, and the plaque – "cap of nuclear-powered submarine commander".
That's right, it's commander's one. But group commander, not the sub, i.e. – mine.
the farther from Moscow, the more sailors piss on "American model"
It was in this way. Our sub was "assigned" the best in the fleet for underwater heroism and victories in socialist competition. They gave us banners, pennants, and to consolidate our glory, the guys from the Naval Museum came aboard. They decided to eternalize a piece of our sub and started chasing artifacts. The first victim was telephone set – that fact caused inadequate reaction of CU-4 Commander Vitya Pronin and only vigor of deputy commander for political affairs saved museum bugs from injury.
The noise in center section aroused the commander from his sleep and right after that he was prigged by pleases to hand over a sort of submariner's element for exhibition. Commander scowled, but then he recalled bullet-holed Lenin's overcoat in Moscow's museum and asked again: "So what do you need?". "Your cap, sir". But bald godhead had not tiara, alas. And next moment appeared I wearing my brand-new overseas cap."Here comes my cap", triumphantly smiled commander. So my headdress was immediately promoted and later on placed under glass museum's showcase thousands kilometers away from blessed Kamchatka. It is still there. Can't believe? You're very welcome to check it out!
Author: Sergei Vasilievich