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Polson 5 | 1,770  
11 Dec 2007 /  #31
I'm 1/2 French, 1/2 Polish, but i may have other origins like Czech, German, maybe English, Danish...I love Europe, it's the best "continent" ever ;) hehe
Irisheyz77 3 | 44  
11 Dec 2007 /  #32
- I thought you didn't like your Polish heritage, but it appears you do. Sorry, sis, and no hard feelings.
:)

Perhaps you should get to know someone before makeing judments. I wouldn't be on this forum if I did not like my Polish heritage.
pamlarouge 3 | 56  
11 Dec 2007 /  #33
I wouldn't be on this forum if I did not like my Polish heritage

Ooooh burn :)
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
12 Dec 2007 /  #34
Perhaps you should get to know someone before makeing judments. I wouldn't be on this forum if I did not like my Polish heritage

- I judged based on your post. Some folks come to this forum because they hate Poland and Poles. Of course, you are not one of them - I know now.
Filios1 8 | 1,343  
12 Dec 2007 /  #35
Some folks come to this forum because they hate Poland and Poles.

And both of us come here to defend against these Polophobes, right Puzzler? :)
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
12 Dec 2007 /  #36
I love Europe, it's the best "continent" ever ;) hehe

- So right you are. Yes, Europe is the real home sweet home.
:)
Irisheyz77 3 | 44  
12 Dec 2007 /  #37
Quoting: Irisheyz77
Perhaps you should get to know someone before makeing judments. I wouldn't be on this forum if I did not like my Polish heritage

- I judged based on your post. Some folks come to this forum because they hate Poland and Poles. Of course, you are not one of them - I know now.

All my post said was that I was part Irish, Polish and English and that my mom was 1/2 polish....what is in that caused you to think that I didn't like Polish people? Was it because I thought that a Polish/Irish combo was odd? But even that says nothing bad about Poland or Polish people.
pamlarouge 3 | 56  
12 Dec 2007 /  #38
what is in that caused you to think that I didn't like Polish people? Was it because I thought that a Polish/Irish combo was odd?

That would be my question as well.
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
12 Dec 2007 /  #39
Was it because I thought that a Polish/Irish combo was odd?

- Yes; you used the expresson 'odd mix.' I perhaps put it together with certain Polonophobic insults from some 'pseudo-Irish' from America, encoded in my memory.

It's not important now. Let's move on and not dwell on stuff of this sort.

All the best to you, Irisheyz, and to you, Pam.
:)
Irisheyz77 3 | 44  
12 Dec 2007 /  #40
I'm not dwelling....I promise you that. I just wanted to understand where you got your idea from is all. I mean if I had said something that was inadvertently anti-polish then I would want to know so that I wouldn't say it again. Different places can have a similar expression or gesture and yet have two very different meanings attached. Like in the US if you hold up two fingers in a V with your palm facing the body then it usually means 'Peace'. But over in the UK if you do that same gesture then it means F**k You. So that is why I asked you to clarify what it was about my post that you thought was anti-polish.
Goonie 8 | 242  
12 Dec 2007 /  #41
100% Pole

seems strange to me ;)
Irisheyz77 3 | 44  
16 Dec 2007 /  #42
Definatly the strangest mix of them all. ;-)
elixa 1 | 14  
26 Jan 2008 /  #43
I am Polish, and husband is Pakistani. We have a daughter so is half half. She is really cute, tanned skin with grey blue eyes
jestesjedyny 5 | 125  
26 Jan 2008 /  #44
This post has make me smile :) and your mixture is very rare! to me ;P Your daughter has cool genetics :D

Too bad I'm not mixed ;( but my future babies will be!!!!!! yaayy!! I'm so excited.
Kowalick 1 | 18  
26 Jan 2008 /  #45
i am 1/2 german, 1/4 welsh, 1/4 english... and somewhere back way a spanish guy was said to have raped someone in my family, so we have a bit of spanish somewhere in us. apologies to any spanish on here lol, i dont mean anything negative towards you, just family history

my grandmother is straight from germany but was adopted and raised by irish immigrants who lived in america. what would puzzler consider her? german, irish, or american?

my husband is 1/2 polish, 1/2 lithuanian.

we both have the really light sky blue european eyes! his are almost a clear blue, hopefully our kids will too.
elixa 1 | 14  
27 Jan 2008 /  #46
where is your partner from? I mean what mix will your future kids be?
Wyspianska  
27 Jan 2008 /  #47
100% Pole

the same here
btw: I don't like big boys but your V doesn't look bad hehehe

Oups! I did say it :D
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
27 Jan 2008 /  #48
the same here

Me too.
southern 75 | 7,096  
27 Jan 2008 /  #49
Too bad I'm not mixed

Not bad.Polish girls kick asss.
tulipan - | 28  
27 Jan 2008 /  #50
My cousin, she is Polish. When she went to Germany to work she got married with a guy who is Spanish. For two years now they've been living in US and their first child was born there a year ago. Soon they want to go back to Europe and settle down in Munich. I feel a bit sorry for little Natalia (that's the baby's name) she may feel confused in the future :P

What's more, the guy's name is Israel ( altough there is no conection with Israel itself) :)
Total mix for me!!
Michal - | 1,865  
27 Jan 2008 /  #51
m 1/2 French, 1/2 Polish, but i may have other origins like Czech, G

The Poles have a sever problem. They sit uncomfortably between two strange neighbours. The Germans on the one side and the Ukrainians, the most peculiar race in Europe on the other. I think that it is a genetic problem and most polish nastiness comes from the Ukrainian side. I always remember visiting my mother-in-law in hospital in Częstochowa and in the next bed was a very clever woman who told me all about what a funny race the Poles were. I have never forgotten her words and I 'took it all on board'..
indianpole - | 4  
28 Jan 2008 /  #52
I am half indian and half tibetan and my husband is Polish so my little zosia is half polish and 1/4indian and 1/4 tibetan.
elixa 1 | 14  
29 Jan 2008 /  #53
what a unique rare mix, zozia must be gorgous!!!
indianpole - | 4  
29 Jan 2008 /  #54
yup, that she is even if i say so myself! She has an unusual look. Am waiting for my second baby to arrive in April!
Frank 23 | 1,183  
29 Jan 2008 /  #55
Everyone is a mix of something......those who claim some purity of heritage/lineage/race or colour are deluded....at best, and deeply prejudiced by their up-bringing or the facist ranting of their government or leaders........

Long live the human mongrel...cos thats what we all are...:)...:)
JuliePotocka 5 | 188  
7 Feb 2008 /  #56
Bottomline: everyone wants some Polish blood in them, because we are sooo cuuuute! ;)
mbaker230 - | 10  
9 Feb 2008 /  #57
lol, i agree. in my opinion, Polish men have a certain type of look in their faces, as if they are always pondering some sort of mystery or thinking really hard about something. they just look so intelligent when they squint.
Dzhaklin 3 | 166  
21 Feb 2008 /  #58
Karen O from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs is 1/2 Polish 1/2 Korean


polski_zyd 2 | 72  
21 Feb 2008 /  #59
I said in my intro post that I'm half Polish, half Mexican. People always tell me what a unique mix that is. (I've never met anyone else who is also Polish and Mexican.) How about any of you? Is anyone half Polish, if so what else are you?

Parents and grandparents Polish, but some Jewish and probably some Czech from great-grandparents and beyond... which makes me pretty much Polish, but clearly not 100% and probably not even 90%, possibly about 70-80% at a guess. This is well demonstrated by my non-Polish appearance. I was once told by someone in lower Silesia that my surname probably has Czech as well as Polish origins, so who knows. As long as I'm not German or Russian I don't care either way... :)
Dzhaklin 3 | 166  
21 Feb 2008 /  #60
As long as I'm not German or Russian I don't care either way... :)

Whats wrong with being German or Russian besides not being Polish

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