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Igoryoskha Uzhashnaya Koskha

Igoryoskha Uzhashnaya Koskha

Igoryoskha Uzhashnaya Koskha by TeeJay87
Igoryoskha Uzhashnaya Koskha by TeeJay87


When I was showing one of my pen friends this episode of Garfield and Friends, we both noticed that one of the characters looks like average member of Putin's electorate:
- silly face expression;
- bulky and obese body shapes
- lack of intelligence
- square jaw
- aggressive nature
thus I tried to draw my own character based on original feline bully.

The title stands for "Lil' Igor the nasty cat" in Russian, written using Latin alphabet transcription. "Pindos" is rude way Putin's electorate calls Americans, "Pshek" is the way they call us, Poles.

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Category Comics » - Newspaper Comics (strips) » Garfield
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alitta2 on November 26, 2014, 9:54:43 AM

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alitta2Awesome yet funny one! I could see at first sight that the character must be from a Garfield-series, so I guessed right :D
Didn't know about the slang word they use for Americans and Poles. What's the slang word in Polish for calling Russians?
I know much about the relationship of Poles and Russians, so that's why I'm asking :)

TeeJay87 on November 26, 2014, 11:34:31 AM

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TeeJay87We have 2 words in Polish:
1) "Ruski" , spoken in the same way like Hungarian "Ruszki" or English "Russki" ( means the same )
2) "Kacap", which is regionalism from the part of Poland I live in, commonly considered as offensive word.

As for Polish-Russian relationship, it can be described in simple way like this: Russians dream of taking our land over and destroying our national ethnicity in the same way Austrians tried doing with you, Hungarians until 1867, and we, Poles, disapprove their Great-Rus imperialism.

alitta2 on December 3, 2014, 10:36:06 AM

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alitta2Thanks for the info! Yes, our situation was similar to the one you described :) 
Sometimes we Hungarians also say "Muszka" for Russians, but it comes from an older form of "Ruszki".
Anyway I wonder how much you know about us, and I appreciate it of course ;)

TeeJay87 on December 3, 2014, 12:08:05 PM

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TeeJay87You had their intervention in 1956, when Budapest was rolled out by Soviet tanks, our authorities prevented such interventions in 1956, 1968, 1970, 1976 and 1981 by harassing our own people. Can't say which is worse: to have army from outside plundering your homeland or to have their thugs ruling your homeland doing the entire chore for them ?

I've been twice to Hungary:
- in 2000 in Mezokovecs
- in 2006 in Eger and Bogacs region.
I know that you're having unstable political situation due to economical inflation and corrupted politicians - my pen friends from Hungary I met on dA told me that.

alitta2 on December 5, 2014, 12:28:15 PM

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alitta2Exactly, you're well informed, I must say! :) And you're right, I don't wish any of the options to anyone! Too bad that none of us could have the same political status that the Yugoslavians had that time, because they had more commercial freedom despite of being a communist state. 
I know about the Polish October, which was also an effort for political changing, but fortunately its progress went off without any loss of blood, didn't it?
It's interesting that both events happened in the same month, and both of them had the same target: change the Stalinist-regime once and for all.

Another Polish friend of mine (who used to be here as well but now is only on dA)  has already visited those towns :)

TeeJay87 on December 6, 2014, 9:07:38 AM

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TeeJay87Despite the commercial freedom, Yugoslavia led by Tito and Milosevic wasn't more that artificially created caste-system totalitarian state, where Serbs mercilessly ruled Croatians, Slovenians, Bosnians and Macedonians, considering them as second category citizens. It was just a matter of time it would collapse at first opportunity, since people living in Balkan countries dislike each other:
- Serbs ( Orthodox )suffer from master race syndrome just like Russians do, they have same need of ruling people from other nations;
- Croatians and Slovenians (Roman Catholics ) are like we, Poles - they have strong need of independence and they feel being the part of Europe;
- Bosnians (Muslims ) have bad reputation amongst their neighbours for being the most active allies with Nazis in Balkans and most of Balkan nations hold grudge towards Islam;
- recent issues in Kosovo and Montenegro only prove, that many Serbs ( not all, just vast majority) are fond of aggressive imperialism.

October 1956 in Poland went indeed calm, though it was just a political gambit of Moscow's henchmen ruling Poland to make people percept their socialist oppressors being more human than they were in reality. The delusion disappeared on 13th December 1981. They have article about that in Hungarian , but the English one contains more pieces of information.

alitta2 on December 11, 2014, 6:18:37 AM

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alitta2Thanks for the links! Yes, you're right, the English version is way more detailed than the Hungarian one (unfortunately).
Hadn't known about the reasons of ordering the martial law, but I knew about the consequences, notably about the lack of goods and materials. Once I read in "Retroautók a Keleti blokkból" (the Hungarian edition of "Kultowe Auta PRL-a") that the lack of petrol lasted for a long time, and a photo was added to the article in which family members are trying to push a Maluch from its back on a snowy road.

Yes, I knew the story of the 13th Waffen MD, and I found it odd at first, especially because of the fact that the Nazi-ideology disliked the Slavic races and wanted to clear Europe from them.  

TeeJay87 on December 12, 2014, 12:22:22 PM

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TeeJay87This must be the lack of editors, who would write quality articles. The Garfield wiki is another example of that - compare English version with its Polish ; I started working on the latter, though there will be lost of work to expand it.

Radical Islam and Nazism do have much in common, sadly, due to Great Mufti of Yerusalem Haj Amin al-Husseini, who hated the Jews so much, that he made alliance with Hitler

alitta2 on December 19, 2014, 12:13:29 PM

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alitta2Thanks for the links! Yes, you'll have a lot to do with the page, so keep it up ;)

Anyway I don't wonder that he made alliance with the Axis, as he probably hoped in their assistance against the forming of a Jewish country. 

Oh, and sorry for the late answer, I wasn't online for some days.

TeeJay87 on December 19, 2014, 12:20:04 PM

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TeeJay87I'm steadily expanding it, after Wiki Community granted me administrator rights on Polish Garfield wiki .

No need to apologize. ;)

alitta2 on December 19, 2014, 12:47:44 PM

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alitta2That sounds great! Then I'll cross my fingers for the future of the site ;)
Once my other Polish friend here told me that he was wondered about the popularity of Garfield in Hungary. I told him that one of the main reasons might be the great voice-acting that Garfield&Friends got in the Hungarian version (even the texts in the show are not translated unlike in the German version). The other one might be that the comic appears in the best-selling daily newspapers and periodicals. There might be more reasons of course, but I think these are the most notables :)  

TeeJay87 on December 19, 2014, 1:09:35 PM

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TeeJay87There's link to Hungarian Garfield Wiki, but somehow it's not working.

I admit, the Hungarian dub of "Garfield and Friends" is almost as good as our from 2009, example is here , the only part I dislike is voice of Penelope, since she has too high voice in my opinion:
- 4:23
- as above ( scroll to 16:09 ) , in most of the scenes, Penny sounds as if she wanted to cry without reason.

I couldn't find those episodes:
- A Kaktusz-sztori ( The Cactus Saga)
- Garfield, a lovag  (Perils of Penelope)
- Az élet és a Lasagna kölyök idői(a rész helyett a Kizárólag macskáknak című rész került leadásra) (The Life and Times of Lasagna Kid)
- A Garfield Musical (a rész helyett a A bölcs macska című rész került leadásra) (The Garfield Musical)
- Penelope harmadszor (The Third Penelope Episode)
- Az álomsrác (The Guy of Her Dreams)

alitta2 on December 19, 2014, 2:05:55 PM

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alitta2Yeah, I've tried it to, but the same is here :( Hope that it's just a temporary problem.

For me, also Lorelei's voice sounds a bit weird :) Anyway, this is the reedited dub of the show, and mostly the episodes on yt are from this one. Personally I liked the older edition much better, in which all the voices were different except Garfield's.

​I searched for those episodes, but neither I couldn't find them. However I remember that they aired most of them some months ago, so might happen someone will upload them as soon as they repeat the series once again :)


TeeJay87 on June 30, 2015, 12:12:23 PM

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TeeJay87I've also found this one ; despite highly pitched voice of Penny, I like the way her Hungarian voice actress expresses sarcasm on 18:44 .;)

alitta2 on June 30, 2015, 3:58:25 PM

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alitta2Yay, thanks for the link! Yeah, that voice is priceless :)
However Brick's voice just surprises me, as normally anyone would expect a deeper bully voice for him, and comparing to that, his Hungarian voice is too high in my opinion, or at least not doesn't sound like a real bully. 

TeeJay87 on February 16, 2015, 2:19:35 PM

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TeeJay87Speaking of dubbing, look what I found

Check the part around 3:44, I've noticed Princess Romy in Hungarian dub has similar voice to Penny. just less pitched. Wonder if the same voice actor plays both characters...

alerkina4 on November 28, 2014, 9:02:47 AM

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Falconlobo on November 28, 2014, 12:42:33 PM

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Falconlobosort of Like a cat version Of Orson Pig's Brothers

TeeJay87 on November 28, 2014, 1:20:14 PM

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TeeJay87They have similar body shapes and mentality.

Saltwater on November 28, 2014, 8:49:38 AM

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SaltwaterYA ne govoryu po - russki;

 but now I can write vodka in ruski!   ;-)    :lol:

TeeJay87 on November 28, 2014, 10:42:27 AM

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TeeJay87If we manage to establish contact using Skype or different messengering program, I'll show you how to write more words in Russian. ;)