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bambino7 2 | 15  
2 Apr 2009 /  #1
Are there many latinos or hispanic people (Spain, Portugal, South Americans, Mexicans, etc.) living, working or studying in Warsaw or Krakow? Are Polish people friendly with them?
Cenowski - | 63  
2 Apr 2009 /  #2
I think that is possible that yes regarding facts they are european based racially and that are also catholic, i havnt seen many in Polska but i dont see any issues between them
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
2 Apr 2009 /  #3
hey bambino, any luck with the Polish ladies on the streets yet? you should hook up with joland here and join your forces on the quest of lovely Polish prey! lol...
hfm - | 27  
2 Apr 2009 /  #4
Hi there i am a Mexican, living in Warsaw, i try to find place where i can play football, o league to be invited, i am a really good football player, like normal latin people, so call me if you need a Zidane around....just joke

thanks
OP bambino7 2 | 15  
2 Apr 2009 /  #5
hfm,
I would invite you to play in england :) where the quality of football is more challenging for latinos than in poland. English football players really appreciate the silky skills of latinos when passing and controlling the football. Although english players can be physically very aggressive! :)

Are polish girls in warsaw friendly with mexicans?
Have you been to salsa places or latin bars in warsaw?

About polish girls in england,

I am having dinner with a lovely polish girl tomorrow, in my place! :)

And I want to invite another lovely polish girl for lunch, may be next week! :)

Things are moving! :)
olito 6 | 53  
2 Apr 2009 /  #6
Hey there cabrones! I'm mexican currently living in Lublin (not too far from Warsaw).

Yes, polish girls are very friendly, it seems that the difficulties that one experience on our countries and the catholic religion mixes up in a similar fashion here and in latin america.

However, there are notable differences in behaviour but friendliness is not an issue. A common issue could be the language!

Anyways, I'm not allowed anymore to chat too much with other polish girls, moja dziewczyna would not approve it :)

By the way, polish guys are friendly as well, but it takes longer for them to get used to latino guys, you know this old thinking regarding "you come here to steal our women". But do not focus on this, after all most of them are friendly. I have had only good experiences in PL, can't complain at all!
Cenowski - | 63  
2 Apr 2009 /  #7
moja dziewczyna would not approve it

lol......if you think latin girls are firery, then just wait to you get caught....Polish girls can be vicious
osiol 55 | 3,922  
2 Apr 2009 /  #8
In Poland, you can say chocha without causing offense but you might need to take your auntie with you.
hfm - | 27  
17 Apr 2009 /  #9
olito, que tal la llevas por alla, soy mexicano viviendo en Varsovia, me case hace 2 meses, y todo bien por aca.....

Any latin living in warsaw, will be nice to share experiences in this country, good luck to everyone
espana 17 | 911  
17 Apr 2009 /  #10
hfm

mexicano

you cant bloody speak spanish properly.
hfm - | 27  
18 Apr 2009 /  #11
hahahahaha, actually i didn't speak anything at all, you mean write, if you want to play rude, at least you can know the difference between speak and write, in the forums the people WRITE, NO SPEAK hahahahahahaha, thanks mate, you made me laugh a bit

Good luck
osiol 55 | 3,922  
18 Apr 2009 /  #12
latinos

Speakers of Latin. Mostly linguistic academics, devout Catholics with a taste for the liturgy, people interested in interpreting old laws, readers of some the the classicss of the latter-day ancient world.

hispanic

Of or pertaining to Spain or the Iberian peninsula.
hfm - | 27  
22 Apr 2009 /  #13
osiol, you just miss the point, people speak spanish living in warsaw or in kracow, your unnecesary information, dont help anything at all
osiol 55 | 3,922  
22 Apr 2009 /  #14
I didn't miss the point. I made a new one.
hfm - | 27  
22 Apr 2009 /  #15
and still with no help
Guest  
5 May 2009 /  #16
Purely Dominican "come platano" (born in the states) - Live in Warsaw. I must say that living in PL has been an amazing experience. Specially being hispanic/latino & single; moreover, i must admit that females in PL look upon hispanic man only a "Passtime" activity..
OP bambino7 2 | 15  
7 May 2009 /  #17
hispanics: people who are from or have a background from a country where spanish is the official language.
latinos: of course it is formaly related to countries with romance languages; but many people used it just as an abbreviation for latinamericans.
as this forum is not an academic journal, i use the language in an informal way!

well, i will found out by myself next week! :)
i will post my experiences here!
George8600 10 | 637  
2 Jul 2009 /  #18
According to the 2009 UN Development report, ethnic groups in Poland as provided by the Polish government out of the 38 million population are:

Polish 97.7%, German 0.4%, Belarusian 0.1%, Ukrainian 0.1%, other 1.7% (mostly Mediterranean, Scandinavian, Western European.)

So overall I would say no, but we are a globalized world and at least a person of every ethnicity exists in every country I would say.

Secondly, I would also like to say that the Catholic thing with Latin's isn't as big as it is with the Poles. Latin's also have other predominant religions, such as Lutheran, Christian (in general), Orthodox, and so forth.

Go figure...
eduardo  
11 Oct 2009 /  #19
Anybody from Guatemala in Poland?
Polskiej_Dumy 18 | 66  
23 Oct 2009 /  #20
Cenowski, like 99% if not 100% of all hispanics are Roman Catholic. mexicans, spainards, columbians, dominicans, puerto ricans, south americans LOL
mvefa 5 | 591  
23 Oct 2009 /  #21
hfm:
mexicano

you cant bloody speak spanish properly.

Is there any other way to write this word? i dont think so...!
espana 17 | 911  
23 Oct 2009 /  #22
Is there any other way to write this word?

Is there any other way to write this word?

yes panchito "MEJICANO" (from mejico)

(La Real Academia de la Lengua Española permite escribir esos nombres de las dos maneras. Lo que es un error inaceptable es pronunciar "México" o "Texas" como hacen los ingleses, es decir,"Méksico" o "Teksas", ya que en castellano esos nombres no se han pronunciado nunca así. )
mvefa 5 | 591  
23 Oct 2009 /  #23
yes panchito "MEJICANO" (from mejico)

WHAHAHAHAHAHA

what a bunch of...whatever cateto!

the country is called MEXICO, so someone coming from there is a mexicano, which is pronounced as MEJICANO..but you CANNOT, write it as MEJICANO..

Hahaha why do Spaniars always want to write everything as they hear it? Like friki (freaky) Pleisteishon (play station) haha cracks me!
espana 17 | 911  
23 Oct 2009 /  #24
the country is called MEXICO, so someone coming from there is a mexicano

it is more against Spanish colonization.
it is like Xalapa y Xalisco , mejicanos call this places jalapa and jalisco now.

MEXICO

why do Spaniars always want to write everything as they hear it?

mecsico ?
mvefa 5 | 591  
23 Oct 2009 /  #25
it is like Xalapa y Xalisco , mejicanos call this places jalapa and jalisco now.

Yes but you still write it with an X, has to do with the mayas language.
espana 17 | 911  
23 Oct 2009 /  #26
Yes but you still write it with an X,

it seems to me that should be written as pronounced.
I do not understand this attitude (from the panchintos ) to change the words and pronunciation ..
mvefa 5 | 591  
23 Oct 2009 /  #27
It's called language evolution, which occurs when there are some influences of local tongues, foreign languages, etc, etc.

Not so hard to understand, its been 200 years since the Spanish left, what did you expect? that the language would remain the same?

If you would travel back on time, i dont think Miguel de cervantes or Queen Isabella, would understand you if you call them gilipollas or cateto or friki :P

Stick the finger out of your arse and stop bashing on the latin americans, because if it was not for them, your language would be as important as swedish is.

Ole!!!
espana 17 | 911  
23 Oct 2009 /  #28
que tal la llevas por alla, soy mexicano viviendo en Varsovia, me case hace 2 meses, y todo bien por aca.....

this is what you call language evolution?

Mejicanos do not speak good Spanish or castellano

The correct Spanish is governed by the Royal Spanish Language Academy and every country that wants to invent their own language does not seem right, because then, it will not Spanish but must include the name of the country.

the mejicanos speak Spanglish :)



mvefa 5 | 591  
23 Oct 2009 /  #29
ah come on dude, that is really retarded what you are stating. So in the case of English, shall we call categorize it then as : English, Australian, American, Canadian, South African?

Really dude, what you are stating is really retarded. The language changes after years and guess what? there is an ocean between Spain and Latin america, and the spanish culture/television, has almost 0 influence in latin america, So? it has to go its own way.

So really deal with it its normal, and its not uglier than the spanish in Spain. You should put aside your xenofobia when you raise a topic, because offcourse if you hate certain people from a country, everything they do is gonna annoy you, even if it is ilogic.
espana 17 | 911  
23 Oct 2009 /  #30
that is really retarded what you are stating. So in the case of English, shall we call categorize it then as : English, Australian, American, Canadian, South African?

this one dont speak two languages at the same time , as the chicanos do . talking Spanglish .
mejicanos are degrading both languages., english and spanish .

the spanish culture

has almost 0 influence

mejicanos are lazys they are only quick to jump the border .
the indigenous lenguages spoken in mejico are numerous, they could pick one and leave the spanish language alone.

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