Shirtless Vladimir Putin calendar goes on sale in Russia

How to Spend a Year with Vladimir Putin


Russia's leader does it again.

Vladimir Putin is flaunting his right to bear arms and abs in a cheeky new calendar now on sale in Russia called, "A Year With the President of Russia."

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Known for his abrasiveness in office, the calendar lets world leader show off his more sensitive side to the camera. Each month features Putin in a different pose with a different subject -- from flowers to puppies.

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Putin with a persian leopard and doing other rugged things, like fishing
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Shirtless Vladimir Putin calendar goes on sale in Russia
Russia's President Vladimir Putin caresses a Persian leopard cub as he visits the Persian leopard breeding and rehabilitation centre in the National Park in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, on February 4, 2014. A leopard was announced in 2011 to be one of the official mascots of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. Perhaps the most important vote in Russia's public selection of a new Olympic mascot was cast when Vladimir Putin said he wanted a funky leopard to represent the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ POOL / ALEXEI NIKOLSKY (Photo credit should read ALEXEI NIKOLSKY/AFP/Getty Images)
Russia's President Vladimir Putin caresses a Persian leopard cub as he visits the Persian leopard breeding and rehabilitation centre in the National Park in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, on February 4, 2014. A leopard was announced in 2011 to be one of the official mascots of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. Perhaps the most important vote in Russia's public selection of a new Olympic mascot was cast when Vladimir Putin said he wanted a funky leopard to represent the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ POOL / ALEXEI NIKOLSKY (Photo credit should read ALEXEI NIKOLSKY/AFP/Getty Images)
Russia's President Vladimir Putin caresses a Persian leopard cub as he visits the Persian leopard breeding and rehabilitation centre in the National Park in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, on February 4, 2014. A leopard was announced in 2011 to be one of the official mascots of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. Perhaps the most important vote in Russia's public selection of a new Olympic mascot was cast when Vladimir Putin said he wanted a funky leopard to represent the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ POOL / ALEXEI NIKOLSKY (Photo credit should read ALEXEI NIKOLSKY/AFP/Getty Images)
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"Dogs and I have very warm feelings for one another," Putin says, according to one of the captions adorning the photos.

But that's not all. The Russian president offers his opinion on a number of subjects, from women -- "I like all Russian women. I think Russian women are the most talented and the most beautiful" -- to politics -- "no one will ever get military superiority over Russia."

For those who still can't get enough of Putin, they can also buy a perfume inspired by the man's "soft but firm" personality called Leaders Number One.

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