Olenka. – Olenka, beautiful! What is your name? – Misha (Russian name). Misha.. Well, let us talk about Misha. What is Misha in Ukrainian? And in Ukrainian Misha is Mikhailik. If Misha was living in UK, he would be Michael, right? And if Misha was living in France, he would be Michel. And if Misha is Ukrainian, he should be Mikhailik. How do you like it more, Mikhailik or Misha? Misha! Catastrophe! Catastrophe! Woman in background: In Ukrainian we are Mikhailik! Is it clear or not? What is your name? – Vika. Vika, which is Viktoria. Right? Viktoria. What is your name? – Olenka. Olenka, such a beauty! Never be Alena! (Russian name) Because if you become Alena, my child, you will have to pack and go to Moscow. What is your name, little sun? – Vitya. Vitya .. Well, ok, you can be Vitya.. And what is your name? – Katrusia. Katrusia! So lovely! Applaud! Katrusia! Not Katya (Russian name), but Katrusia! What is your name? – Romchik! Romchik! What is your name? – Danilko. Danilko! Incredibly beautiful, incredible! What is your name? – Maximko. Maximko, adorable! What is your name? – Lisa (Russian name). Lisa … Lisa … Elisaveta … And you know, there was a women magazine, a terrible magazine with the name Lisa. My child was reading it and asked me: “Mommy, what is it, Lisa?” If you take the word “licking” (lisati) and cut the ending, then it will become Lisa. Pity.. What is your name? – Maxim. If one of you is Marishka .. There is no Marishka’s here, right? Or maybe your friend is called Marishka? Then never call Marishka Masha (Russian name). If she is Masha, it is not our “form”. She should just go there where Mashas live!