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Whats gay life in Poland?


dasla - | 52  
4 Nov 2007 /  #121
hi bubba
how is you.?
Macduff 9 | 69  
4 Nov 2007 /  #123
well I am not sure about gay mens life in Poland but what I have been told its a pain in the ass ;))

But I am not willing to find out if this is true
dasla - | 52  
4 Nov 2007 /  #124
very funny macduff.
dell  
15 Dec 2007 /  #125
i personally dont like polish people as i find them very ingorant. i have no probliem with gay people infact i find them very nice decant people, but please anyone other than a pole can thay come up with a soluatio to get rid of the polish peple who are distroying our lovely buitful IRELAND.
covkid65 2 | 39  
15 Dec 2007 /  #126
They are not ignorant.........and they can spell!
wildrover 98 | 4,451  
15 Dec 2007 /  #127
i personally dont like polish people as i find them very ingorant. i have no probliem with gay people infact i find them very nice decant people, but please anyone other than a pole can thay come up with a soluatio to get rid of the polish peple who are distroying our lovely buitful IRELAND

Wasn,t so long ago some Irish people were doing a pretty good job of destroying Ireland....
jonni 16 | 2,485  
16 Dec 2007 /  #128
faktoria in sopot

Is that still open? There's a new one nearer to Gdańsk (Przymorze) that seems a bit better...
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
16 Dec 2007 /  #129
Is that still open?

not sure.. its not a regular haunt... bit off the beaten track

whats the one in przymorze?
jonni 16 | 2,485  
16 Dec 2007 /  #130
I forget the name. Not sure if it's still open, it was new in the summer, but may have been a flash in the pan. There are a few others in Sopot: sixty9, Niebieski Kot (been going for a while - allways empty when we've been), and one called Enterpub, which is apparently quite good.

There's also a new one in Gdańsk starówka.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
16 Dec 2007 /  #131
didnt hear of anything new this summer but faktoria was open as far as i know - will keep an ear open
jonni 16 | 2,485  
16 Dec 2007 /  #132
It might have been 'Pikiet'. A small place that I remember through an alcoholic fug...
southern 75 | 7,096  
16 Dec 2007 /  #133
Gay life in Poland is excellent as long as you are heterosexual.
jonni 16 | 2,485  
16 Dec 2007 /  #134
Not bad if you're gay either :-)))
Ozi Dan 26 | 569  
16 Dec 2007 /  #135
Hi all

I had to throw something funny here as I was giggling thinking about it when I read this topic.

My dad still has Polish friends who don't speak English very well, and he's quite good with English and jokes. His favourite game is when he introduces them to his Aussie colleagues saying "This is Jurek etc...etc..." and he finishes by saying "I'm happy, he's gay", while dad's poor mate is busy smiling, nodding and shaking hands, oblivious to what it actually means. To actually see it happen is an absolute cracker!

Cheers, Dan
MrBubbles 10 | 614  
17 Dec 2007 /  #136
a soluatio to get rid of the polish peple who are distroying our lovely buitful IRELAND.

The self-hating Pole speaks.
jonni 16 | 2,485  
17 Dec 2007 /  #137
please anyone other than a pole can thay come up with a soluatio to get rid of the polish peple who are distroying our lovely buitful IRELAND.

In fact, yes, since I'm not a Pole (by birth anyway!) and I have a fine solution.

Your only option is to find somebody else who will willingly work behind bars, in pizza restaurants, call centres, security firms; and all for minimum wage.

With the only proviso that that when you find such a nationality, you won't moan about tham either. I expect you'll have to look for quite some time!
southern 75 | 7,096  
17 Dec 2007 /  #138
Your only option is to find somebody else who will willingly work behind bars, in pizza restaurants, call centres, security firms; and all for minimum wage.

I suspect homos will do that if you provide them extra service.
Benek - | 12  
17 Dec 2007 /  #139
Does that mean polish people live in fear (closet) or the lifestyle is not tolerated by the general public. Most countries around the world have come to be more liberal, why is it that the Poles havent caught up with the rest of the free world?

Well in most cases Poles live is fear not from the general public but from their families, especially the grandparents, the old fashioned members. My cousin came out 2 years ago that she's gay. Everyone know but our grandmother. She was afraid of coming out because she feared how our grandma would take it.

Most countries what???? dude come on. Being gay you're still looked down upon in most places in the world. I'm sure all of Africa welcomes gays, not to mention Asia. Eastern Europeans love gays too... come on. You're a fool. You started with a great question, but then took a cheap and very ignorant jab at Poland. Not cool man.
jonni 16 | 2,485  
19 Dec 2007 /  #140
Benek's right. Things are similar in most of the world (some of the east Asian countries have a different way of looking at sexuality, but not all of them).

The biggest factor in Poland is the strenghth of the family - excellent in nearly every way, not so good if there's potential for conflict.

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