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About Polish People (who are the hardest working).... I found Poland a wonderful country

14 Dec 2006 /  #1
I have read a few discussions on this site and thought that I would start one of my own reflecting my experience with Polish people. You are without a shadow of doubt one of the hardest working Europeans I have come across. I take my hat off to your dedication and willingness to learn, not only the english language but learning to integrate within our society.

I employed a polish female from Wroclaw to work as a drug research assistant for a large pharmaceutical company last year ( her beauty had nothing to do with it lol). Lets just say we become very close friends and our friendship turned into something very special. Polish culture is very much like my own culture, centered around family values and traditions..something lacking in our English female counterparts. I have just returned from Wroclaw after meeting her parents and they greeted me not only with open arms, but with genuine love and hospitality. Albeit the language difficulty on my part...I found Poland a wonderful country, A lot of people would come up to us in the street to greet and talk with no hint of racism...the reason why I say the fact that I am a British born Indian. Moral of this story..At the end of the day its not all about colour/racism/acceptance...treat any women with respect and she will see past this regardless of where she is from..and if she is Polish...even better.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
14 Dec 2006 /  #2
fair dinkums dee... good luck to you...
22 Mar 2007 /  #3
Merged: I love the Polish people

Hello to all.I am a Welshman living in Germany.I have a number of Polish friends and colleagues.I also find the way the German people make evil jokes about their neighbours appalling.I have only the utmost respect for the Polish people.They are a hard working friendly and positive people.Other countries could learn from them.The women are very beautiful and are much more womenly than the cold hairy armpitted German women.Poles work ten times harder than Germans.For all you Polish people out there just ignore the stupid jokes,i think your a great people.Your soldiers fought bravely in World war two and Iraq.
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
22 Mar 2007 /  #4
i hope you arent the Welsh guy who cut his genitals off after the rugby game! :)
Llyvellyn - | 15  
23 Mar 2007 /  #5
If you are not Polish, it is just fine, but if you are, then it is indeed an appalling way to reciprocate an outsider's respect of your country.

ps. Though as a person of some connection with Wales, I do find the first post passionate yet ludicrous.
23 Mar 2007 /  #6
Not sure what you mean mate.Im Welsh,i have Polish friends and i think the Polish people are great,whats wrong with that.No i didnt cut my balls off.Only stupid English people do things like that,as i said im Welsh,not some mongrel wanker like the English who are derived from Germans,hense the Anglo Saxon....Angle sachsen two leading German blood is truly Albion not like the weak flaccid English blood. The bastardized nation of Vikings Germans Romanns Jutes and all the rest of the European scum no my country Wales is the TRUE BRITON ,not britain ,BRITON,

Cymru am Bith and **** all you silly English buggers who moan about great Polish people .I hate the English and love the Poles ..... English women stink... Welsh women and polish women are beautiful...German women have hairy arm pits
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
23 Mar 2007 /  #7
That's what I'm sayin. Some people live everyday life with such hostility...give it a freakin rest, you'll end up with ulcers. Boże.
rafik 18 | 589  
23 Mar 2007 /  #8
For all you Polish people out there just ignore the stupid jokes,i think your a great people.Your soldiers fought bravely in World war two and Iraq.

thanx for your nice words mat, but that

German women have hairy arm pits

wasn't necessary. sapphire is a nice lady .she was just joking.we have a few english friends here and they neither wank smell and stuff.shame that after such a nice introduction you screw it up.
clunkshift 2 | 82  
25 Mar 2007 /  #9
For the non-native English speakers among you, there are many hidden nuances in Mosmoy's posts. The first post is probably sacrcastic in the praise of Polish soldiers and the second is simply an unreasoned rant lacking historic accuracy or objective views.

to quote an Irishman: I never engage in a battle of wits with an unarmed man.

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