Puzzler, first off, we are talking about Poland so please confine ur focus to here. I
- Seanus, , first off, I write as I can. And so do you, I sincerely hope? I don't mind if you or any other chap write whatever you please, as long as I have the right to reply in my own style. Furthermore, if you write about a country, you should put it in the right context; otherwise a false impression of the country, as well as other countries, may result, plus delusions on the part of some. And I dislike delusional folks. Are you actually defending Wroclaw Boy? It's him who has been ranting beyond measure about alleged Polish faults and shamelessly attempting to lift his national self-esteem at the Poles' expense, criticising those things in Poland that are in abundance in UK (and in other countries, for that matter). Do you want to do the same thing as him and that's why you are trying to prevent me from pointing out WB's bull$hoot? As for the old Polish ladies bugging the staff in shops, I've seen plenty of similar old British ladies doing exactly the same thing in UK shops. But the latter don't irritate you as much as the Polish ladies, because they are your own old ladies, right? I've seen something else in UK: sometimes when you're lining up in a shop to the cashier's and you are a foreigner, and some local folks notice you are a foreigner, then they literally start breathing down your neck, urging you without words to finish paying instantly and give way to them, the masters of the land. And God save you if you happen to speak to the cashier, asking for an explanation, etc., and you speak with a foreign accent; the line-up behind you seems to about to explode. (I saw a smilar phenomenon in Canada, but there it was even more vulgar; people would just bounce on or kick you from behind, and then 'apologise' to you, pretending they had assaulted you by accident.)
Nobody is denying that the UK has probs but at least the regular folks admit to them. Hopefully that's how things eventually change!
- How nicely you call your own rudeness, brutality, treating people like $hit - just 'probs.'
Nope, that's precisely why things don't actually change in your country, but deteriorate even more. - Slamming foreign faults, while whitewashing your own. Yes, there are huge scores of national megalomaniacs in UK, but not so many in Poland.
This also extends to driving habits, is it me or does Poland seem to have more 'death wish' drivers than any other country!?
- Have you ever seen how some folks drive in UK? - Four-line traffic in a two- line road, for example? 'Than any other country,' eh? How many countries have you visited? Ever been to Latin America?