WHAT DIFFERENT FROM MUSCOVITES ARE DIFFERENT

Today a familiar journalist called and took a comment on the phone about how native Muscovites differ from those who call themselves Muscovites. I answered her and right there the text was written in my head. And I put it on paper.
Ten years ago, I arrived in Moscow. Arrived, as usual, at the Kazan station. What is the first thing that faces a person who first arrived in Moscow? That's right, look askance at him. And everything.
Koso look at the man just arrived in Moscow, may have a man arrived in Moscow an hour earlier. It seemed to me that I have a very fashionable jacket and scarf. But the first interview, where eychar disgustedly asked: "what are you, an employee of the company Beeline?" (the scarf was black and yellow) made me doubt my style. I got a job. In a large company. Advertising sold there in specialized magazines. And now this Eychar periodically tricked me with various kinds of remarks from the series: “Why, where did you come from 1C - is this a swear word?” And so on. Once we went out for a smoke.Eychar stood at a distance from the general company, and, after she brushed a cigarette out of the way against the wall, she approached and asked:
- Guys, who from your department will be able to go tomorrow to Michurinsky to the event of our partner? It is advisable to Muscovites, and then there is a difficult location, to explain a long time.
- Kate, you yourself came from Ryazan three months ago, my colleague answered. A girl named Altyn. From Kazan.
Katya blushed deeply and retreated. To your department. Eychara department.
And then I was curious. Who among the employees working in the company of associates is a native Muscovite. Judging by the behavior of colleagues, all of them were native Muscovites except me.
Ira, Vitalik, Lena, Dima, Lida, Anya, Lesha ... I remember all my department today. I decided to make a poll.
- Lesh, and you Muscovite? - started with a guy by the name, you guessed it, Alex
- From Nalchik - answered Lesha
- And you Acne?
- Samara. But parents from Korea - mumbled a man with the surname Kim.
Lena recalled that in Kislovodsk her childhood was ripening a stunning mulberry tree, Ira told me without much hunting that she came from Klin five years ago.
“But this is almost Moscow,” added Ira significantly.
Lida was from Stavropol. Anya from Vladik.Lena - the most intelligent and educated girl who never got into coprorative intrigue, answered my question.
- From Moscow.
- What about parents? - I asked, being sure that my parents definitely came from some Irkutsk.
- Also - without arrogance in her voice, she said.
Years passed. I continued to monitor the situation. After some time, I came to the conclusion that native Muscovites are such calm and cultured people, in whose vocabulary the word “limit” is not even present. At least, among my many friends who no longer lived in this city in the first generation, there were none. But I heard the words “those who came in large numbers”, “limits”, “zakaddyshi” and others more often from those who came a year, two, three back from other cities.
One time Kolya called me a realtor.
- You wanted to rent an apartment in the House on the embankment? - He asked.
And I really wanted to rent an apartment in this legendary house in the Borovitskaya area.
We are going. I, the realtor Kolya, and my friend from Ufa, who just volunteered to walk with me for the company. We are coming. We knock on the door.
- Gulfiya Khusnutdinovna, this is realtor Nikolay, we came to look at the apartment - Kolya’s voice sounded when the shuffling steps of a woman were heard outside the door.
She hesitated for a long time. Opening the door and seeing us, she screamed:
- What? Asia? Not!
And slammed the door back.
Gulfiya Khusnutlinovna, obviously, was against Asians. But her name was Gulfiya Khusnutdinovna.
- Kohl, what was it? - I asked the realtor Kohl, when we walked towards the subway.
“I’m going and I’m trying to understand myself,” answered Kolya.
The first laughed my friend from Ufa.
- Gulfiya Khusnutdinovnaaaaa - he poured.
- Asia, no! - I was laughing, trying to imitate the voice of Gulfiya Khusnutdinovna
- Muscovite root - real estate agent Kolya clutched at his stomach.
Then I worked on the telly. There, on the telly, worked a man with a neutral name of Roma. Neutral name, neutral appearance - dark face, eyebrows - six inches in width and difficult to calculate how much in length, easy talk.
And now, with this easy talk, he periodically terrorized our cleaner, an Uzbek, with all sorts of politically incorrect obzyvatelstvami.
Once I noticed his work passport on the table. Forgive generously, but curiosity is a stubborn thing. I take a passport! Oh Gods. First of all, not Roma, but quite a Romazon. Or Ramozon, I do not remember exactly. And the surname is as long as his eyebrows. On Oglu ends.
- Hmm - I think - that's what's up.

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