I thought this was amazingly funny, and thought I'd share. When Bush visited Riga, he was met by what he thought were his supproters. They carried around posters with his portrait on it, and words "Peace Duke". You'll find pictures here; in fact, those posters were apparently all over Riga; Bush even took a picture of himself with a lady carrying a T-shirt like that (seen here) - that picture even made it into Washington Post. The only problem... In several Eastern European languages including Russian, when those two words are said together, they form a pretty obscene word. So in essence Bush was smiling at himself being greatly humiliated
P.S. I really don't want to start a Bush debate here. While I, as board readers know, don't like the guy, I think he (with a couple of exceptions) did a pretty good job on this very complex tour. I just thought this was hilarious regardless of what you think of the politics of it. Just as I couldn't help laughing when back in the Kosovo campaign days some Russian anti-Clinton posters read, "Monica, please put your teeth together".