When my Czech family visits us, they always bring us řízky made of dogs. I’m always surprised and speechles like @texczech82 .
They know that we prepare a roasted horse filled with snakes and snail sauce on top of it prior to their visit. Why do they bring us food?
Here we go. When you registered on this forum, you were actually recruited. Recruited to the Slavic Army. We’ve created Slavorum as a training platform. Everything you’ve been told here or found anywhere on the internet about Slavs is actually embellished. We had to do it because we didn’t want you to experience a culture shock (although you probably did to some extent anyway). Otherwise you would run away from us. OK, I think I told you too much. Let’s keep the rest in the chest for now.
If you want to know more about your Slavic heritage, you have to complete the first task:
– Learn the language of your ancestors
Both Ukrainian and Czech (only on the website) courses are available on Duolingo. Good luck, comrades!