5 Things You Wouldn’t Wanna Get Wrong If You Were a Spy in Russia

Or else you'd be found out 🙂 1. Semechki Although semena means seeds in Russian and can refer to any kind of seeds, semechki is used in 99% of instances to denote  sunflower seeds. There is a long-lasting tradition among Russian folks to crack and eat sunflower seeds or  shchelkat semechki as they say. That is, while … Continue reading 5 Things You Wouldn’t Wanna Get Wrong If You Were a Spy in Russia