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My Polish boyfriend fancies are Pakistani neighbor. What do I do ?


irishdeano 5 | 304  
16 Aug 2008 /  #181
tell him u met a nice irish guy :P :D
dnz 17 | 710  
16 Aug 2008 /  #182
Just leave him and let him do what he wants, He's obviously a complete tosser and really not worth the time of day. If he is like the majority of poles and racist I can't see this whole thing lasting long.
miranda  
16 Aug 2008 /  #183
If he is like the majority of poles and racist I can't see this whole thing lasting long.

you don't really have good opinion about Poles, do you?
dnz 17 | 710  
16 Aug 2008 /  #184
In general I have a very high opinion of Polish people as a whole and find them very friendly and welcoming. Some of the posts on this forum over the last couple of days spewing racial hatred about anyone with a darker skin colour has somewhat altered my views,
DetroitRockCity - | 5  
17 Aug 2008 /  #185
What u need to do is ditch him, and gimmie a ring.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
17 Aug 2008 /  #186
tell him u met a nice irish guy :P :D

lol, from Polish to Irish, now that is a change in culture :)

In general I have a very high opinion of Polish people as a whole and find them very friendly and welcoming. Some of the posts on this forum over the last couple of days spewing racial hatred about anyone with a darker skin colour has somewhat altered my views,

its pretty simple why, there are racists on here from England, America etc etc mostly with Polish routes and some with not. There are also Poles on here who are racists. I think it has a lot to do with exposure to other people, lifestyles and cultures, to be honest, Poland dosen't have a lot of this.

Poland is a very homogonous country, compared to say the UK where there is a huge mix of many cultures, creeds, races and if you like colours :). This cannot be said for Poland. The simple fact is, the Polish are not exposed to the different cultures etc etc that other nations are. I'm not making an excuse for racism as i don't think there is one, this just might be a theory on why some Poles here are racists.

The racism you see and hear about in the UK is much different, its more of an annoyance that there are so many people here, using racism as a way of attacking muslims because of the terrorism link with islam, being scared of change or just stupid. In a sense the racism in the UK is worse than that in Poland, although no racism is acceptable or excusable.

Not everybody is going to agree with me here but i don't think people should be thrown off the forum for making a racist statement or giving a racist point of view, in the same way the BNP are allowed to operate in politics and show themselves up for what they are, this should be the same for the forums, everybody knows who the racists are and if they want to show themselves up for the scum they are then let them.

What u need to do is ditch him, and gimmie a ring.

yeah and your a great lot of help aint you :) What a contribution :)

T
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #187
Here here, Ireland used to be a homogonous country and over the last ten years or so we've seen an explosion of different nationalities. But you've still got your small minded minority, but I say let it roll.

DRC is only new here, give him a chance :) Whats this for; lol?
DetroitRockCity - | 5  
17 Aug 2008 /  #188
That's right I'm a newbie. I'm just doing my part that's all, I thought it was some rather sound advice.
bohobabe - | 39  
17 Aug 2008 /  #189
I dont think she wants a new bf i think she is confused or something lol
However if i was her id kick that guy too the kerb and find my self a new guy;) a hot one lol
DetroitRockCity - | 5  
17 Aug 2008 /  #192
That's what I was TRYING to say. Sometimes stuff just doesn't come out the way I intend it to.
bohobabe - | 39  
17 Aug 2008 /  #193
DetroitRockCity
Today, 18:20 Report #192

That's what I was TRYING to say. Sometimes stuff just doesn't come out the way I intend it to.

its cool i got you ;)
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
17 Aug 2008 /  #194
Here here, Ireland used to be a homogonous country and over the last ten years or so we've seen an explosion of different nationalities. But you've still got your small minded minority, but I say let it roll.

exactly when people are exposed to other cultures etc, the majority will change, as you said you will always get the minority who will be racist no matter what.

DRC is only new here, give him a chance :) Whats this for; lol?

well it could have been a little bit more, well you know, advisory :)

That's right I'm a newbie. I'm just doing my part that's all, I thought it was some rather sound advice.

lol, i'm sure it would solver all her problems :):) hhhmmmm maybe not uh

That's what I was TRYING to say. Sometimes stuff just doesn't come out the way I intend it to.

yeah that is easy to do on a forum, they are typed words, therefore there is no voice to judge what your actually saying. There is also no body language, eye contact etc etc so of course stuff gets misunderstood or it dosen't look exaclty like you intended.

ok cool Edward :)

yeah i'll second that, what a kool post, thanks Ed thats made my day, **** in fact i think BBC News 24 will want that to head their next hourly update. 'Poor Edward: I'm Hot, says PF Member' lol :)
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #195
yeah i'll second that, what a kool post, thanks Ed thats made my day, **** in fact i think BBC News 24 will want that to head their next hourly update. 'Poor Edward: I'm Hot, says PF Member' lol :)

F*ck you :) lol
bohobabe - | 39  
17 Aug 2008 /  #196
lol hahah i didnt say that lol
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #197
That was meant as an off the cuff remark, I really dont expect you to go weak at the knees over a piece of text.
bohobabe - | 39  
17 Aug 2008 /  #198
Poor Edward
Today, 18:34 Report #197

That was meant as an off the cuff remark, I really dont expect you to go weak at the knees over a piece of text.

lol i know that, besides it takes alot more then that too get me weak at the knees lol
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
17 Aug 2008 /  #199
F*ck you :) lol

i don't think we at the BBC could quote that, could you change that into broadcastable language please, lol :)

lol hahah i didnt say that lol

say what??

lol i know that, besides it takes alot more then that too get me weak at the knees lol

hay don't speak to Ed about that, The Irish used to have a special way of making people in debted to them weak at the knees, infact they couldn't walk again EVER afterwards!!!
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #200
hay don't speak to Ed about that, The Irish used to have a special way of making people in debted to them weak at the knees, infact they couldn't walk again EVER afterwards!!!

I believe it may also have had something to do with a protection racket they were running, but like I said Im far too passive for such tomfoolery :)

i don't think we at the BBC could quote that, could you change that into broadcastable language please, lol :)

No comment!
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
17 Aug 2008 /  #201
i was only messing with you, Kneecapping, as i understand an old IRA way of convincing people not to go against their word and also a word of warning to those who turn 'tout' against the cause!!!

No comment!

dam, we'll have to give the interview to channel four news, they'll publish anything :)
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #202
i was only messing with you, Kneecapping, as i understand an old IRA way of convincing people not to go against their word and also a word of warning to those who turn 'tout' against the cause!!!

Yes they had a way of "convincing" people to do certain things, and I dare say those happy chaps can still be seen giving an odd reminder here and there that they're not going to stop being persuasive. And it'd take something alot more personal than something about the RA th ruffle my feathers.

dam, we'll have to give the interview to channel four news, they'll publish anything

Go with channel four I want to be brash and coarse with my language if I ever make it to tv, I think its ine of the few ways to gain celebrity status.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
17 Aug 2008 /  #203
Yes they had a way of "convincing" people to do certain things, and I dare say those happy chaps can still be seen giving an odd reminder here and there that they're not going to stop being persuasive. And it'd take something alot more personal than something about the RA th ruffle my feathers.

I thought now the IRA are no longer 'active'??? Or is it like the KGB, its all behind the scenes

Go with channel four I want to be brash and coarse with my language if I ever make it to tv, I think its ine of the few ways to gain celebrity status.

yeah your right there, channel four news is always a lot better and more candid anyway, that BBC rubbish, pppffff what do we pay £140 a year for hay.
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #204
I thought now the IRA are no longer 'active'??? Or is it like the KGB, its all behind the scenes

Exactly.

yeah your right there, channel four news is always a lot better and more candid anyway, that BBC rubbish, pppffff what do we pay £140 a year for hay.

2 channels that have no advertising I wouldnt mind paying for that. Although I dont watch much tv, its all 'pish to me.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
17 Aug 2008 /  #205
Exactly

ah right, i get it.

pish

here that a lot in Glasgow, i don't go there enough anymore since my Gran died, i miss the Glaswegian tongue :)

2 channels that have no advertising I wouldnt mind paying for that

if only C4 and ITV etc had not adverts, dream world, no paying and no ads :)
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #206
here that a lot in Glasgow, i don't go there enough anymore since my Gran died, i miss the Glaswegian tongue :)

I was with my Polish friend and her boyfriend last night and he was teaching me little bits of Galic and this new word pish has become stuck at the top of my tongue in the space of a day.

if only C4 and ITV etc had not adverts, dream world, no paying and no ads :)

Thats why I just buy boxsets of tv shows, also now hanging on in quiet desperation waiting for next weeks show.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
17 Aug 2008 /  #207
Thats why I just buy boxsets of tv shows, also now hanging on in quiet desperation waiting for next weeks show.

i must admit, when the series are on that i like, i just download them or watch them on the IPlayer or ITV, Channel 4 versions of it.

apart from the Olympics i'm watching 'House of Saddam' its good you should check it out.
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #208
apart from the Olympics i'm watching 'House of Saddam' its good you should check it out.

Dont do sport, unless I can have a **** up thats my excuse. Whats this house of Saddam thing?
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
17 Aug 2008 /  #209
Whats this house of Saddam thing?

It's on BBC and is drama/docu on the life of saddam and his family through the Gulf wars and invasion etc.

Dont do sport, unless I can have a **** up thats my excuse.

lol, i think thats a lot of people's reason for watching sport, especially down the local
Poor Edward 10 | 154  
17 Aug 2008 /  #210
Too true T, I love the pub but not in Tallaght, I miss my old local in the country :( Ill keep an eye out for that show sounds pretty interesting.

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