Ever heard of Računari? Unless you lived in Yugoslavia from 1984 to the late 90’s, the answer is likely no.
It was a computer magazine that survived all the wars in the area – it even outlasted the country itself. Inside you’d find a very bland, technical read. Even the word računari just means “computer.” But the covers were always memorable because they featured eastern bloc beauties straddling, fondling and just REALLY enjoying the computer hardware they were holding.
Off we go to the past!
#1. Where Quentin Tarantino got the inspiration for Mia Wallace’s look?
#2. Nice chip
#3. Quit being so indecisive Svetlana!
#4. She’s a 386/33 in my book.
#5. Stare longingly enough and I might buy a computer.
#6. “Stock! Bonds! Buy! Sell!”
#7. My, what a big laptop you have there…
#8. Grey or black? I’ll take white.
#9. “We are no longer floppy.” -Those Discs
#10. “Bring money to train station and you get computer back.”
#11. That’s not how you hold a mouse.
#12. Would you like to stick your disc in here?
#13. The sexiest and most confusing thing I’ve seen this year.
#14. She’s cute…wait what are we supposed to be reading about?
#15. Mr. Calculator, what do you want to say to Mr. Computer McComputerFace?
#16. Would you like to play a game?
#17. This is computer we use to count money in red light district.
#18. I don’t think she wants us to be here…
#19. “What we do with all computer tape?” “I have idea.”
#20. Why is she so happy?! SHE’S CHAINED UP!
#21. Max Headroom’s youngest daughter Maxine.
#22. I agree. That’s an 11.
#23. I’m not sure what that little guy is holding, but she does NOT seem like she cares.
#24. I just want to know who put that biker hippo in there.
#25. I hope her hair just looks like that all the time.
#26. (insert slightly inappropriate joke about joysticks here.)
#27. Pretty in pink
#28. Have time to talk about future computer machine?
#29. It’s so light!
#30. Woof woof.