Or you can take your car and put your 10 bags of groceries in its trunk. That way you are avoiding the danger of your goods being eaten by a hungry stranger.
There's also another way of dealing with this problem. Buy/rent a flat/house near groceries. :)
3.They have warm milk for lunch breaks. YUK!!!
:) I even eat my cereals with worm milk. :)
4.They start kindergarten at age 6, in the US they start at 5
Not true. Parents are obligated to send their children to kindergarten at the age of 6(it's called "zerówka"), but if you want to and you have the money, there's no problem with sending your little ones earlier. My brother did that. He was sending his daughter to the kindergarten from the age of three. If you let your kid at the kindergarten for 5 hours, you only pay 30zł a month, and the rest is financed by the local authorities. If you want your kid to stay longer, you'll have to pay the whole price form your pocket.
The first thing that I noticed was a strange smell in the air.
What was it?
4. In most schools if you have good marks you are "kujon" (what is English translation?) because of people jelousity... If you have bad marks you are cool... I could never understand that althought I am Polish.
In most primary schools. Such problem doesn't occur in high schools.
It’s same with Korea and Russia. I like it, foot are relaxed, but flour shouldn’t be cold, though.
Exactly. If someone doesn't have a carpet, nor warm slippers for the guests, and still expects them to take off their shoes, than he is just being rude.
In some region of Poland (where there are still some forests left) you will notice country people with their tractors or horses dragging bales of wood (trees) from the local forest before winter starts. You gotta keep the household warm in the winter.
It's illegal to chop off the trees without any permission. There are really big fines for that.