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This is a blog dedicated to “In Soviet Russia…” jokes. Some of these jokes I get from the Internet, others I make myself, and sometimes I post those that you send me.

From the Wikipedia article (CC BY-SA 3.0):

Russian reversal or “In Soviet Russia” is a type of joke originated by Smirnoff, and is an example of antimetabole. The general form of the “In Soviet Russia” joke is that the subject and objects of a statement are reversed, and “In (Soviet) Russia,” or something equivalent, is added, and the verb is often left unconjugated and articles are omitted, mimicking perceived Russian-accented speech.

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