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Rudeness of polish people when they are drunk


JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
1 Dec 2008 /  #31
i know each rusek well, they will out drink me, but they will not out smart me
noimmigration  
1 Dec 2008 /  #32
Manners are a british virtue, saying hello, how are you, qeuing politely, eating with a knife and fork etc.

The polish think we are classy, but what they call classy I call manners. :)
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
1 Dec 2008 /  #33
The polish think we are classy

not really
Tanya Nikii - | 4  
1 Dec 2008 /  #34
The north and the south do not exist....

He's got a point there. Since, there is no such thing as reality, nothing really has to exist at all. We only perceive "reality" through senses that could indeed be universally flawed.

But what's this about Poland having a gypsy stuck up it's bottom?
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
1 Dec 2008 /  #35
Yes they do, they actually get offended when you call them eastern europeans

that is because Poland is in central Europe

they actually think they are like us british, french, german etc.

interesting, have you got any evidence of that, or are you talking out of your arse again?

But what's this about Poland having a gypsy stuck up it's bottom?

Plywood has got one stuck up his arse and that's why he's jibbing sh*t
Plywood 4 | 36  
1 Dec 2008 /  #36
i know each rusek well, they will out drink me, but they will not out smart me

I am polite
I spred complimets but on answer only insult words
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
1 Dec 2008 /  #37
What I do find rude is when Poles talk amongst themselves like a clique. They can completely ignore you and make you feel unwelcome when you try and butt in.

I have experienced this but it's only a certain type. It is annoying but Poles are generally a great bunch after a couple of beers.

Thankfully, I don't see the above that often as they speak English of course (when I'm teaching) and thus can open up.
noimmigration  
1 Dec 2008 /  #38
It is annoying but Poles are generally a great bunch after a couple of beers

When they actually pay for them.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
1 Dec 2008 /  #39
Justysais do you know what the word PHWOAR means ?

yes, i hear it every day

I spred complimets but on answer only insult words

you call those funny accusations compliments???

They can completely ignore you and make you feel unwelcome when you try and butt in.

i am guilty of doing that when in a Polish-English environment, but sometimes it's hard to give everyone the attention they so crave at the same time ;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
1 Dec 2008 /  #40
Well, it's actually the Scottish guy here who moonlights. He has a few jars and discreetly slips away. He's a great guy tho!!

I hear what you are saying Justy, but it's done in a special way. There is sth like a Borg mentality but nothing like on the scale of the Japanese. They were a world apart.
Plywood 4 | 36  
1 Dec 2008 /  #41
Manners are a british virtue, saying hello, how are you, qeuing politely, eating with a knife and fork etc.

The polish think we are classy, but what they call classy I call manners. :)

Every Sikh with a turban every Pole with a backpack (look at the London streets)

you call those funny accusations compliments???

It is The truth but you take it like accusations
Because your mentality far not in a condition to reproduce other way of discussion
Calm down be not in the center of the Europe be in the West (at least be in the east)

Poles do not wish to see that around Poland all Europe well developed and cultural
loco polaco 3 | 352  
1 Dec 2008 /  #42
I have been living in poland for nearly 3 years. One thing that i am noticing recently is the rudeness of some polish people when they are drunk.

just when drunk? are you drunk most of the time then?
Plywood 4 | 36  
1 Dec 2008 /  #43
JustysiaS

All polish women smoking except My wife (I stopet her)
I do not smoke and I do not drink (exceptions happen)

You have learned something from me?

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