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What do Polish people think about Americans living in Poland?


sledz 23 | 2,250  
20 Jun 2007 /  #31
jimmyboy or are you really fireant?

Is the the plan to rejoin the forum everyday after you get banned?
krysia 23 | 3,058  
20 Jun 2007 /  #32
If you want to spew your anti-American sh*t go create your own forum, not here.
Daisy 3 | 1,224  
20 Jun 2007 /  #33
jimmyboy or are you really fireant?

According to Daffy he is
sledz 23 | 2,250  
20 Jun 2007 /  #34
I noticed his garbage instantly, if the US is so bad why have over 10 million Poles
immigrated here? Clearly he does not share the same views of his fellow country men
He is just a troll to be ignored
krysia 23 | 3,058  
20 Jun 2007 /  #35
He is just a troll to be ignored

Yeah, well said. Go sit under a bridge troll!
JamesLondon 1 | 26  
20 Jun 2007 /  #36
Ah the joy of the American sniper attack when your back is turned...;-)

Mr.Sledz, I don't know who jimmyboy is & yes I'm the firestud as well...ta da..!!
You do seem to have a problem with memorising names like your fellow countrymen; is that another way of trying to project disrespect..;-)

Now, I don't have the honour to call the poles my countrymen due to the fact that I'm English. However, I do spend a lot of time here in Poland on business....not that you care.

Apart from the above, do you have the guts to apologise to the poles for your joke about being a prison guard or are you just going to crawl into a hole and pretend it never happened?

Yeah, well said. Go sit under a bridge troll!

Such feminine outbursts from the American women...are you related to daisy..?

I'm not a big fan of tolkien's works, so please go talk to someone else about trolls and hobbits. Alternatively, the word could be yet another great American corruption of the English langauage.

Krysia - hmmm.......Pole pretending to be an amercian, I wonder...;-)
magda09 1 | 54  
20 Jun 2007 /  #37
better to live own life then to find bad in someone else. I like Canada, but i sure want to go back warsaw, with my family :). I am sure it will be soon and we are all in warsaw.

Pole pretending to be an amercian

who is correct american then?
JamesLondon 1 | 26  
20 Jun 2007 /  #38
better to live own life then to find bad in someone else. I like Canada, but i sure want to go back warsaw, with my family :). I am sure it will be soon and we are all in warsaw.

Couldn't agree with you more magda; Warsaw is a beautiful city; much better than any city in Canada....All the best..!!

who is correct american then?

My dear Magda...you should probably address this to our American friends. That will probably put them into a spin for a while..;-)
magda09 1 | 54  
20 Jun 2007 /  #39
Warsaw is a beautiful city

yes, but there is more reason why i like warsaw :D...obvious reasons to me
JamesLondon 1 | 26  
20 Jun 2007 /  #40
yes, but there is more reason why i like warsaw :D...obvious reasons to me

you mean, you are missing your family..?
Patrycja19 62 | 2,688  
20 Jun 2007 /  #41
but you're probably right about some people faking being Americans on this forums.

whos faking?
Shawn_H  
20 Jun 2007 /  #42
What about Canadians living in Poland? What do Polish people think about them?
TheKruk 3 | 308  
21 Jun 2007 /  #43
I work with one people love him, but probably more because he's a great person, but they are interested in Cananda.
gizkazz 1 | 5  
17 Mar 2008 /  #44
I want to live in Krakow for an extended time. I am a retired american and have been to krakow before, I felt very welcome there and fell in love with everything there I would like to hear from someone who could answer questions about my living there
Buddy 7 | 167  
17 Mar 2008 /  #45
Generally, the westerners who come to Poland are quite unusual. A self-selecting bunch, they tend to be much better-educated and informed about the world than the normal person who stayed at home.

Quite... well put. Often a little mad :).
TheKruk 3 | 308  
18 Mar 2008 /  #46
Thekruk Thinks about going back to poland everyday!
traveljc94 - | 6  
25 Mar 2009 /  #47
hello The\
kruk. I have been living in Europe for about 10 years and it has on many occasions been a humbling experience. I have recently moved to poland but have been around many mainly Polish people in Ireland and England in that time. I found more prejudice from the natives of those countries than any other place in the world and i have been in over 40 countries. Poland is just like anywhere. They can be intrigued by social diferences and disgusted as well we can be. It's just difference in culture and tradition. If you ever make someone angry here they will pick the first thing you have least in common and that is nationality and that folks is human nature. The skinny kid and the fat kid, my daddy is bigger than your daddy. I suppose somewhere it is some form of genetically engrained defense mechanism. And The political discussions that are preimtive to any friendship here are another instinct equivalent sniffing each others ass to see if we like what we smell. The others that have no intention of becoming a friend or otherwise are just genuinely interested in what you have to say or hear the american views directly from the horses mouth.. In any situation in any country you can always find someone who does not like you just because of where you are from. Simply Ignorance.

I have just moved to Slawa in Poland. Any advice on Job hunting. I understand a great deal of the language but do not speak as much but I am learning.

James, TYPICAL PONCY ENGLISHMAN,
believe me being an american that lived in london and saw the majority of the youth there as hooligans and uncivalised i would have to say your anti americanism is more deeply rooted. did you have an american girlfriend whom got tired of the smell of your tipple or your gXy moggy hair all over the place. If the English language belongs solely to the british then all of you might consider staying in Britian and we'd be more than happy to give it back, and if you are living in Poland I cannot begin to think of how you are received after the s++++y way The english and Irish treat the polkish immigrants in their endeavors to work there. oh and i did compare england and ireland to being the same place though you like to think it is seperate. And I do spell england with a lower case e for a reason.

back to your tipple ol' boy
Wroclaw Boy  
8 Aug 2009 /  #48
Quoting: Amanda91
but you're probably right about some people faking being Americans on this forums.

whos faking?

Exactly why would anybody pretend to be an American on here?

All the Americans i have met in Europe not only Poland are generally a sound bunch, its a breath of fresh air to meet and chat with them.

Always good to get into an argument over WWII after a few beers as well.

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