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Explanation: Indeed, it is not Russian at all:)
Seemingly Serbian, Croatian, even Bulgarian. The verb "pushit'" means to smoke (as a cigarette), "trava" means grass (indeed, in not too usual sense of Mary-Joana, etc.). "Kazhdy den" means every day.
Indeed, I do not know what kind of references I should indicate here:(
Meanwhile, see some sources for Russian:=)
Dr. Tagir S. Tagirov
www.Lingvo.ru + Serbian\Bulgarian Dictionaries
ttagir Local time: 18:21 Native speaker of: Russian, Tatar PRO pts in pair: 492