Radio Yerevan was asked: "Given how difficult it must have been to procure equipment for this year's Red Square Victory Day Parade, did the organizer receive any sort of special commendation?"
Radio Yerevan answered: "No, it was a tankless job."
Radio Yerevan Joke
One type joke from back in the Soviet Union was a Radio Yerevan Joke, in which Radio Yerevan would make a witty subversive reply to various queries. Anyway, here's a new one I saw about the present war:
"This is Radio Yerevan. Our listeners ask us: 'According to Putin, what is going on ...
Radio Yerevan was asked:
Radio Yerevan was asked:
Our beloved great leader comrade Putin described that western European economy has been inching towards the collapse and now on the edge of a cliff because of its heavy reliance on Russian energy. That makes me wonder what our economy's current situation is like? <...
Radio Yerevan was asked: "Was comrade Lenin a scientist or a politician?"
Radio Yerevan answered: "Of course, a politician. If he were a scientist, he would've first tried his theories on dogs."
Radio Yerevan was asked: "Can I use aspirin as birth control pill?"
Radio Yerevan answered: "Yes, if you hold it between your knees."
In the Soviet Union a listener calls Radio Yerevan with a pressing question.
"Is it true" the listener asks "that in Moscow, at the Red Square, Moskvich cars are being given for free?"
"It is absolutely true" the host replies "just not in Moscow but in Leningrad, not at the Red Square but at the Revolution Square, not cars but bikes, and not given for free but...
A collection of Radio Yerevan jokes
Radio Yerevan jokes were basically a pre-internet meme here in the former Eastern Bloc, which follow a simple QnA format and were often political, and here's a few of my favorites:
Radio Yerevan was asked: Is it true that there is freedom of speech in the Soviet Union in the same w...
Radio Yerevan was asked: Is it correct that Grigori Grigorievich Grigoriev won a luxury car at the All-Union Championship in Moscow?
Radio Yerevan answered:In principle, yes. But first of all it was not Grigori Grigorievich Grigoriev, but Vassili Vassilievich Vassiliev; second, it was not at the All-Union Championship in Moscow, but at a Collective Farm Sports Festival in Smolensk; third, it was not a car, but a bicycle; and four...
Series of jokes translated from Armenian
Some context: Abaran is a city in Armenia, and there's this stereotype about the "Abarantsi" (person from Abaran) who is supposed to be stupid and there's a bunch of jokes about it, kind of like blonde jokes (this is all for the sake of the joke, however, and we love and respect the people of Abaran...
An old Soviet anecdote [WARNING: GORE]
A chief talks to his tribe:
— Are we the greatest tribe?
Entire tribe shouts:
— Then we need our own nuclear bomb and a rocket to carry it!
— Let's build them then.
The tribe chopped down the thickest and tallest tree in the forest, ...
A Morning Radio Show in the USSR
"Good morining fellow comrades and welcome to Radio Yerevan's daily Morning show! "
"Today we are waking up with Comrade Stalin and you may not see it but the whole nation is waking up with him!"
"Right now Comrade Stalin is doing his morning excersise and the whole nation is doing mo...