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"I can spot a Pole a mile away" - Polish fashion?


scarbyirp  
30 Dec 2007 /  #31


I think this is what noimmigration means!!
telefonitika  
30 Dec 2007 /  #32
lifelong intended dwelling...jail.

is it broadmarsh in glasgow the prison there .. i wouldnt like to be in there its a fukin serious prison by all accounts .. with what happens between inmates ...
scarbyirp  
30 Dec 2007 /  #33
is it broadmarsh in glasgow the prison there

Naw its called Barlinnie or 'Bar L'
_Sofi_  
30 Dec 2007 /  #34
is it broadmarsh in glasgow the prison there .. i wouldnt like to be in there its a fukin serious prison by all accounts .. with what happens between inmates ...

I dunno.. I was thinking they would end up in Barlinnie - if they're old enough. Some serious inmate trouble there, yet if the criminal is younger - off to Polmont prison where the attacks between inmates are even more common and often more vicious.
Seanus 15 | 19,674  
30 Dec 2007 /  #35
Good old Rab C Nesbitt. The Poles do like camouflage trousers for sure. They are cheap and actually look pretty cool. Polish women love wearing boots and tight jeans whereas most American girls prefer baggy pants. The jackets that Polish girls wear are almost instantly recognisable.
_Sofi_  
30 Dec 2007 /  #36
"I can spot a Pole a mile away" - Polish fashion?

I can't. The guys I work with dress nicely enough.
starchild 2 | 120  
30 Dec 2007 /  #37
is it broadmarsh

Belmarsh is in London

Broadmoor is a high security pyschiatric hospital in Berks
_Sofi_  
30 Dec 2007 /  #38
I had to google broadmarsh.. all I found was a place called broadmarsh near a prison, but that was in nottingham.
OP noimmigration  
30 Dec 2007 /  #39
I can't. The guys I work with dress nicely enough.

thats probably because they have to wear a uniform
scarbyirp  
30 Dec 2007 /  #40
I reckon it would be easy to spot 'noimmigration a mile away' . . . Glasgow Rangers shell suit with buckfast tonic wine stains and a union jack baseball cap (on back to front) LOL!!
Eurola 4 | 1,902  
30 Dec 2007 /  #41
In Kielce, Liroy (a hip hop singer) made scyzorek (like pen-knives or Swiss army knives) a focus of his rants but it was all jokey and light-hearted.

LOL.. I'm from Kielce district. I brought one (scyzoryk) with me when I came to US, right in my purse, but it was long, long time ago...Good old Gerlach make. It's has all the little, handy tools and it never leaves my purse.

Nowadays, I have to remember to leave it at home when flying or going to any government buildings. Darn metal detectors. I went to court this spring and forgot I had it. When I realized it, I got out of line, went back outside and buried it in the bushes. I picked it up later.

That's how I love my scyzoryk!

(just as I'm reading some posts here it opens by itself, ready for action...) :)
_Sofi_  
30 Dec 2007 /  #42
thats probably because they have to wear a uniform

They do? First I knew. I'd better let them know too.

I reckon it would be easy to spot 'noimmigration a mile away' . . . Glasgow Rangers shell suit with buckfast tonic wine stains and a union jack baseball cap (on back to front) LOL!!

hahahaha :)
telefonitika  
30 Dec 2007 /  #43
scarbyirp

starchild

_Sofi_

knew it begun with a B just wasnt 100% sure on the name .. i know its one of the harshest ones about ... !
Seanus 15 | 19,674  
30 Dec 2007 /  #44
scyzoryk sorry, that's the official way to write it. Here in Silesia, it's said as scyzorek and not scyzoryk
_Sofi_  
30 Dec 2007 /  #45
i know its one of the harshest ones about ... !

lol I guess. It has improved over the years a little. The young offenders can be worse though. I wouldn't like to inhabit either I have mentioned (not that I could, as a female..) though.
Daisy 3 | 1,224  
30 Dec 2007 /  #46
I reckon it would be easy to spot 'noimmigration a mile away' . . . Glasgow Rangers shell suit with buckfast tonic wine stains and a union jack baseball cap (on back to front) LOL!!

and a copy of the Daily Record stuffed in his back pocket......not for the news, just the racing
scarbyirp  
30 Dec 2007 /  #47
Do you reckon noimmigration will be able to contribute to this forum from Barlinnie after he has stabbed some Pole for wearing camoflage trousers?
Daisy 3 | 1,224  
30 Dec 2007 /  #48
no, but if they give him community service cleaning toilets he'll be able to
scarbyirp  
30 Dec 2007 /  #49
That'll p!ss him off even more when he discovers Polish builders are sleeping there, LOL!!
Michal - | 1,865  
31 Dec 2007 /  #50
omber jackets and awful looking camelflouge trousers. is this some kind of uniform they are forced to wear. ?

It is funny you should say this as I was in Leatherhead to day and walking down through the small town centre when I heard a big Pole shout out 'chodź tu' and behind him came running a little dark Pole all dressed up like a soldier with cameflouge trousers and jacket. He looked really quite idiotic. I was going to complain to them for shouting in the street because I do not like Poles interfering with my free space but they shot off in a hurry up a side street. Traditionally, it was always Russian women who had the worst clothing tast of all though, wearing plastic couts and funny trousers made out of obviously the worst possible material.
telefonitika  
31 Dec 2007 /  #51
dtaylor

keep them a coming DT :D ROFLMAO
Polson 5 | 1,768  
31 Dec 2007 /  #52
He's a troll, everyone knows it, let him play alone, and don't answer to him. There are so many other threads that worth a thousand times this one ;)

Do not answer to him, that's all ;)
hello 22 | 890  
31 Dec 2007 /  #53
Noimmigration is from the UK I assume.
szkotja2007 27 | 1,498  
31 Dec 2007 /  #54
He claims to be a student in Glasgow studying Scots Law. I find this hard to believe as inciting racial hatred, as he has been doing is illegal in Scotland. Having a criminal record would mean he could not practice law in Scotland. Very foolish.
Michal - | 1,865  
31 Dec 2007 /  #55
She is a murder victim. As well you know it.

Yes, I do now as I looked it up but I had not heard of her until today.
OP noimmigration  
31 Dec 2007 /  #56
He claims to be a student in Glasgow studying Scots Law. I find this hard to believe as inciting racial hatred, as he has been doing is illegal in Scotland. Having a criminal record would mean he could not practice law in Scotland. Very foolish.

shove your race card , I despise ethnic minorities hiding behind the race taboo.

..... It is pathetic
Seanus 15 | 19,674  
31 Dec 2007 /  #57
Noimmigration, u should go to Hyde Park or somewhere similar in Scotland, SHOW UR FACE and get known. Tell ur views to everyone, get the word out and I can assure u that ur career will be made almost impossible, esp as a lawyer. U study law and break it at the same time!!!
Oscypek - | 107  
31 Dec 2007 /  #58
I can spot a pole a mile away they stand out so much in the uk.

Sounds like you're scared of them...
PinkJewel  
31 Dec 2007 /  #59
Admin/noimmigration are one and the same person.....???.....if not then remove noimmigration for this forum, he is not welcome and upsets, destroys and belittles those of us who do positively contribute!!!

From what noimmigration says he is in Glasgow so I doubt this.

"I can spot a Pole a mile away" - Polish fashion?

Haha, this made me laugh. So what if they don't wear something you find fashionable noimmigration? Think about UK in 1990's...we all thought shell-suits were trendy and couldn't be convinced otherwise. Nowadays your average "trendy" ned/chav wouldn't be seen without theirs...oh and their trousers tucked into their socks. Do you think that looks better?
Seanus 15 | 19,674  
31 Dec 2007 /  #60
The Poles are big lads. I'm fractionally over 100kg's (big boned they say) and slightly above normal height but some of these guys here make me look average-sized. They know how to scrap too

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