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Bad experience with a Polish Guy who... had another girlfriend :(


mmmpolishboys 1 | 9  
26 Oct 2007 /  #1
Ok so I was dating this polish guy, everything was going fine, he seemed to care about me and we were having plans together. but now it turns out he has a polish girlfriend.... he said it himself! he even invited me to meet her tomorrow! I dont know how he dares to do that!, to me and to her! yeah i dont feel heartbroken.. but DAMN it was shocking... so I had this bad experience from which I hope learn a GOOD lesson...
Bartolome 2 | 1,085  
26 Oct 2007 /  #2
Oh, well. I hope you won't think that ALL Polish guys are like the one you were unfortunate to date.
OP mmmpolishboys 1 | 9  
26 Oct 2007 /  #3
I know not all of the polish guys are like that... Is like saying all the girls of my nationality are stupid, just because I was stupid enough to be used in such a way....

What is funny is that just now he sent me a SMS saying "IM SO SORRY" -- Can you beleive it?! I dnt even know what to answer!
plk123 8 | 4,150  
26 Oct 2007 /  #4
yeah, that'll happen.. even other nationalities do that.
AvJoeUK  
26 Oct 2007 /  #5
Sounds like an arsehole to me
OP mmmpolishboys 1 | 9  
26 Oct 2007 /  #6
i feel sorry for myself for having to deal with this type of m****f*****
osiol 55 | 3,922  
26 Oct 2007 /  #7
I dnt even know what to answer

arsehole

Average Joe has the answer.
plk123 8 | 4,150  
26 Oct 2007 /  #8
What is funny is that just now he sent me a SMS saying "IM SO SORRY" -- Can you beleive it?!I dnt even know what to answer!

Spierdalaj gnojku.

there you go. :D
OP mmmpolishboys 1 | 9  
26 Oct 2007 /  #9
yeah thats the answer!, also wish that the polish girlfriend can get something better not a cheating bastard!

Spierdalaj gnojku.

What does that means?
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
26 Oct 2007 /  #10
Spierdalaj gnojku.

:) :)
miranda  
26 Oct 2007 /  #11
f*** o** a*****

twats are twats
osiol 55 | 3,922  
26 Oct 2007 /  #12
o*

'Off' isn't usually rude enough to have to be censored.
miranda  
26 Oct 2007 /  #13
he, he I am naturally not enclined to use such language:). Got to learn, it comes handy when dealing with twats and such.

gee, osiol- you want to teach me?;)

well, I kind of got excited because I had similar experiance in the past and as unfortuante as it mey seem, I am happy that is is over becuase in a long run I am much better off - there - got it off my chest.

Men/people in general like that are cowards and who wants a coward in their life anyways?
OP mmmpolishboys 1 | 9  
26 Oct 2007 /  #14
yes miranda, at least now we know what they are... cowards...
miranda  
26 Oct 2007 /  #15
cowards...

my personal take is that they are sooooooooooooo insecure as men that they will constantly try to prove to themsleves with women, they would try to sh** (I love this word- sorry guys) anything and everything whaaaaaaaaaa.........
OP mmmpolishboys 1 | 9  
26 Oct 2007 /  #16
Anyway guys tonight i will drink on his honour!.. Nazdrovia!
AvJoeUK  
26 Oct 2007 /  #17
Enjoy, live n learn :D
osiol 55 | 3,922  
26 Oct 2007 /  #18
you want to teach me?;)

Swearing and being offensive are things I can do very well in English.
I don't do it very often though.
It seems to be my strongest area in learning Polish too.
Practice makes perfect though.
miranda  
26 Oct 2007 /  #19
Swearing and being offensive are things I can do very well in English.

I need some lessons and this forum is not a good place because swearing is not encouraged for obvious reasons.
miranda  
26 Oct 2007 /  #21
If Admin put it there, it must be alright.

I know, thanks very much Osiol - I meant English swearing, I am a native Polish speaker:), so I got that end covered;)
osiol 55 | 3,922  
26 Oct 2007 /  #22
I meant English swearing

Sorry, I hadn't checked your profile.
Still, it teaches you a few words both ways.
The first post is good, but it rapidly declines afterwards!

I'm too polite!

I have just thought: who the hell invites their girlfriend to meet their other girlfriend?
Someone who doesn't want even one girlfriend?
A masochist?
A complete idiot?
A combination of the above?
moonmustang 2 | 46  
26 Oct 2007 /  #23
The first post is good, but it rapidly declines afterwards!

One of my friends had previously forwarded that same info in the first post from another website :-) After reading that I became a bit apprehensive using it at all - although for the guy that's the topic of this whole thread - I'd say any would work ;-)
osiol 55 | 3,922  
26 Oct 2007 /  #24
After reading that I became a bit apprehensive using it

Do you mean using the swearing or using Polish Forums dot com?
The swearing page was the first one I found and it lured me into the forum.

The problem with knowing Polish blokes and not knowing any Polish women (in real life, that is), is that I don't learn much about how to say nice things!
moonmustang 2 | 46  
26 Oct 2007 /  #25
Oh the swearing - I like the forums.

I'm not exactly a prude - and frequently use the base American version of the word to emphasize a strong point when needed. Then again, I work in an office of all men - so that's bound to be a part of the language. I try to refrain from using it in general - so since I'm trying to learn a new language I'll save it for strongly needed cases :)
miranda  
26 Oct 2007 /  #26
I'm too polite!

that's OK - I will manage:)

I have just thought: who the hell invites their girlfriend to meet their other girlfriend?

social t**t - like misfit, or socially inept as we say in politicaly correct Canada:(
beckski 12 | 1,617  
26 Oct 2007 /  #27
Bad experience with a Polish Guy who... had another girlfriend

Fortunately, not all Polish men are rats. Most of the Polish guys I've dated have been absolute gentlemen (and drop-dead-gorgeous too!)
moonmustang 2 | 46  
26 Oct 2007 /  #28
absolute gentlemen (and drop-dead-gorgeous too!)

Agreed on both counts :)

I've only dated one thus far - he was 1st generation in US from Chicago - he was sweet, but I was second priority behind the Bears and whatever hockey was on TV. Don't know that reflects the average Polish guy though.

I'd say that since I'm in the dating market again, a Polish guy has a better chance than most others as I'm pretty tired of American men in general. I think even if some are rats they are quicker to show it.
osiol 55 | 3,922  
26 Oct 2007 /  #29
I was second priority behind the Bears

That's not a Polish thing, or an American thing, but a zoo-keeper thing.
moonmustang 2 | 46  
26 Oct 2007 /  #30
you r funny :)

a zoo-keeper thing.


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