Categories Armenia Transport Hell In Yerevan 2: This Is How I Get to Work Every Morning Post author By Artur Papyan Post date 27.09.2007 13 Comments on Transport Hell In Yerevan 2: This Is How I Get to Work Every Morning Via ALS Movement Share this:MorePrintPocketTelegramWhatsAppEmail By Artur Papyan Journalist, blogger, digital security and media consultant View Archive → ← Politics of The Armenian Nuclear Power Plant → In Support of Protesters in Myanmar 13 replies on “Transport Hell In Yerevan 2: This Is How I Get to Work Every Morning” I do not beleive you, Observer! I need proof!!! Have you actually looked at what is going on inside that van? 😉 I don’t know about the horse, but the rest is quite typical 🙂 Absolutely so ! 🙂 LOL… But I didn’t get why you are calling it a hell?:-) It all depends on where you are – above or below, doesn’t it? (and also on sexual preferences loooool) WTF! Urakh Avtobus? I am an author of this picture, this serious problem not only problem of the transport service, this problem in consciousness of the nation It’s a creative way of describing the society. 🙂 The more I see it, the funnier it gets. kopaloni – it was an excellent idea! Now I understand why the number of pregnants increasing…. LOL…WE are the most sexy nation in the world….. You consider it the useful information? no – this one is under category – Humour 🙂 Comments are closed.