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Last Post: 15 May 2008
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Buddy   
22 Dec 2007
UK, Ireland / Anti-Polish sentiment of England [253]

eOkay I'm drunk but I'm going to rant so hang on all ye rookies to world affairs.
Who do you think bankrolled the Nazi's?
The USA.
Why to fulfill the Tu zun philosophy of militarism.
i.e divide and rule.
The USA out thought Europe, bankrolled the facist Germany into a War machine to destroy the Old European order. Thus destroying Europe enslaving (especially the UK to the Marshall plan) the "old world". WAKE UP.

Actually I@m gona shut my mouth because I'm preach to the fish. Bubba...I'm pissed and pissed off. I miss my mates, and its all a charade and until death do us part. and bull...
Buddy   
22 Dec 2007
Life / Help with calculating expat population in Poland [8]

My wife asked me this evening what I thought the expat population in Poland officially and unofficially was. So please help using official figures and your own experience to calculate what the figures are.

expat= what ever nationality
Buddy   
18 Dec 2007
Life / Bloody Priests in Poland... [58]

"Somebody who openly admits that he hate the church and priests is not a reliable witness."

True actually, you've a very strong point. However, i wasn't a witness, rather my Catholic wife was a witness as was her brother. I know her well enough to realise she isn't a hysteric and for her to scold a priest given her upbringing is because genuinely thought his actions were wrong. Her point being really how could she go to confession and confess her sins to a man who couldn't control himself?

As for my general phobia of all things holy. Keeping my own emotions in check is not easy regarding the wole religious thing and I apologies for the seeming extremism I exude but i feel very passionatel about the subject of religions and the God(s).
Buddy   
17 Dec 2007
Life / Shopping in Tri-City [46]

Went to the Baltic centrum this weekend in Gdansk..........very expensive. People are always harping on about Poles being poor, but I'm telling you there is money out here.

However to expensive for me Desiel Jeans 900zl ouch....I'm going back to tha London Style shop next weekend...much more fun
Buddy   
17 Dec 2007
Life / The Guardian : Living in Poland [30]

life in poland will be good for 1 out of the 10 person that is it

hmmm need to qualify that.
Buddy   
17 Dec 2007
Life / Brits moving to live in Poland [88]

Joo whoo is quite right, good to see the positive people on this forum telling the truth. As for negative comments well thats life.
Buddy   
16 Dec 2007
Life / Brits moving to live in Poland [88]

£10 thats 48zl you are damned expensive....... No kinky stuff and with the average male, thats like only 10minutes max, most 3 or 4 mins. Thats like £60 an hour or almost 300zl.... wow.... good money if you can get it... and to earn that you would have to get it... so I suppose its a win, win...
Buddy   
13 Dec 2007
Life / Brits moving to live in Poland [88]

guys that walk like they are constantly carrying a television set

just read that now.....hahahahahahahahahah VERY DROLE...LOL

!! I can get BACON in the local Sklep, eggs are cheap, tomatoes cheaper, bread, butter, even a sausage that isnt a kiabalsa (forgive spelling??), but tastes like a real sausage...that's sorted the full English all day breakfast? I've even found real live TETLEY tea!! ......anyone located a mature cheddar anywhere yet???

Can't buy class can you...... lol
Buddy   
13 Dec 2007
Life / The Guardian : Living in Poland [30]

Not that any of this fazes 48-year-old Jim, the kind of charmingly ramshackle character who, when you see a gigantic crack in the bell tower of his mansion and gently ask why he didn't get a survey done before buying the dilapidated property, says with a grin: "Because that would be no fun!"

The first example given of an expat...... a post middle-life-second-wife-crisis-maintance-dodging- nutjob......

Another example, Phil Jones, a 30-year-old IT worker, recalls an occasion when he blew his nose and ice came out during the winter of 2005.

How large was his nasal cavity.

Sue Holmes, a 42-year-old from Crewe, agrees that an English teacher can live handsomely even on the basic Bell salary of the equivalent in zloty of £500 net per month

Massive lie....

Re-asserting the old colonial superiority...

"Particularly if you are male, you get a lot of attention. I have seen so many average blokes come over here and get a nice Polish girl with almost no effort at all."


Wake up smart ass anyone swanning about with cash will always attract a certain
genre of female, whatever the country....

Actually having re-read the artic le it is typical journo repro, a little truth, a little fantasy and a whole lot of waffle. Well done the Guardian....crock.
Buddy   
7 Dec 2007
UK, Ireland / Anti-Polish sentiment of England [253]

People will always fear what they do not understand, and this fear will always be exploited by the powers that be. Slavery is official gone though in practise economic slavery is very much alive, the capitalist system which uses " any means neccessary, will always encourage racist ideology because it maintains the status quo and again is a blind, a distraction from the main game, which is the economic struggle of the classes.
To have rich people you needed to have poor people. Blimey I must come across as a Marxist!!

when answering a thread I would advise reading it first especially though who you insult. One I don't think he is Polish and two whether his racist or not is not obvious. Again, what constitutes a racist?
Buddy   
7 Dec 2007
Life / Brits moving to live in Poland [88]

here is a sense of excitement .... a buzz about Poland ... this is a country which is going through enormous change at the moment, but a change in the right direction.

Spot on, RIGHT TIME, RIGHT PLACE.
Buddy   
7 Dec 2007
News / A Pole to start the HIV AIDS epidemic? [52]

Having read this thread I feel like trying to dig my own eyes out with a desert fork. The HUGE amount of vitriolic complete rhubarb that is dispayed here just goes to show what a nasty creepy waste of time the Human being is. The sooner a disease wipes out every miserable human being the better. Then maybe the earth will have a chance to heal itself and perhaps a better kinda creature might evolve.
Buddy   
7 Dec 2007
Life / Living in Poland without working? - Your opinion [63]

Thanks for explaining my figures ;) If you want to live out of town you coud build a house for £100,000 just depends what kinda house and how much the land costs. A colleague of mine works with a Swedish firm and they make prefabricated houses. These house sell well on the Swedish market and are not the crap prefab builds of the 1960's. So a good option would be buying some land and building one of these houses.
Buddy   
7 Dec 2007
Life / Shopping in Tri-City [46]

Funny you should mention that they do, but mainly Tommy, Earl and Seven jeans and diesel.
Buddy   
7 Dec 2007
Life / Living in Poland without working? - Your opinion [63]

65-70sqm flat in most cities, new build around £100,000 to £110,000, new build. Reasonable car £8000. TV, Phone, internet, household bills, £50pcm, food for 2 people £200 pcm. Petrol £40 to £50 pcm. Cinema, spa and sauna, eating out, museums £100. Golf membership for life £1000. The UK and Poland healthcare systems are interchangable. thats to say you get free medical treatment in the Poland, if you are an EU citizen. Private healthcare is available and is not exceptionally expensive (relative to UK costs).

I think you could live well for for £800 to £1000 a month. For two people. So if you own your property, no morgage an income of £10,000 to £12,000 a year would keep you and your partner quite happily.

I live in poland and my wife and I live off around £1000 a month and thats is fine for us.
Buddy   
7 Dec 2007
Life / Shopping in Tri-City [46]

I went there on Tuesday to pick up some jeans. Went to the opening Monday night and got completely pissed on Asti Spumante...what a horrible drink...anyway....

Definately worth a look, but I'm waiting on their next clothes delivery since the shoes I wanted weren't in my size. I'm proper chuffed that I've got somewhere to shop now. At last.
Buddy   
7 Dec 2007
Life / Shopping in Tri-City [46]

Hey monkey boy were you the English guy in the English guy in the shop on Tuesday, driving the silver Merc?

English guy in the English guy.....wtf am I talking about?
Buddy   
1 Dec 2007
Life / Help with getting a NIP....nightmare! [16]

I would approach your director of studies and ask for their assistance. If they refuse and dillydally, then you will know that they are cheating bastards. If however they are helpful then you'll know they are fair and organized. And in truth only really doing what the should do, which is help you. You are after their employee. If they become difficult, my advice would be to start looking for an alternative. Double check what your contract with the school stipulates. Again people will help translate any Polish text you have on the translation thread.
Buddy   
1 Dec 2007
Life / rules and regulation for marrying a polish girl [68]

This is a really amusing thread, nothing like a good ***** (in both meanings) is there folks?

Mr.Rohit, just a few enquiries have you met her parents?
Do you enjoy drinking vodka neat?
Do you speak Polish?
What do your family make of all this?

I only ask because if you are serious you need to consider the above as well as many other factors.

This is a really amusing thread, nothing like a good ***** (in both meanings) is there folks?

They ***** out the word B I T C H . Seriously admin what if this was pet thread and I was talking about my female *****. Censoring words doesn't really acheive anything.
Buddy   
29 Nov 2007
Life / Pensions for immigrants [11]

A 50 year old Polish woman I know has told me that she's going to move to England for the 5 years to work. After this time she will return to Poland and claim a UK state pension (approx £80 a week).

E-mail that to the Daily Mail and you'll probably be given your own column.
Buddy   
27 Nov 2007
UK, Ireland / Are polish pupils harming native british childrens education? [280]

Last time I saw a bus load of British school kids they were too busy mugging a grandma to even notice the Polish kids, sitting at the rear planning their "non toilet cleaning" futures.

Noimmigration if indeed you are a law student, I'm sure when you graduate you'll get a great job as a "accident claim's" specialist. However, people of you're caliber often become Politicians, perhaps the BNP would like you as their new spokesman.