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In love with a Polish girl from my high-school (USA)


Zain 1 | 3  
11 Jun 2009 /  #1
hi
i am in love with a polish girl at my high school. i really like her personality but i am not polish and dont know anything to impress her with. can you please help me. any tips would help.

USA
sledz 23 | 2,250  
11 Jun 2009 /  #2
any tips would help

Run while you still have a chance..:)
southern 75 | 7,096  
11 Jun 2009 /  #3
and dont know anything to impress her with. can you please help me.

Tell her a poem in polish.
plk123 8 | 4,149  
11 Jun 2009 /  #4
Run while you still have a chance..:)

must agree.. besides what do you know about love at your age? you will lust after countless other lasses
OP Zain 1 | 3  
12 Jun 2009 /  #5
lol, i tried to learnto speak polish but i sucked. thanks i willtry again. and i really love her
seppi65 - | 3  
12 Jun 2009 /  #6
Learn how to say hello to her in Polish, just a few words and it won't matter if it sounds perfect. It'll show her you're interested as well as be an ice-breaker.
George8600 10 | 636  
12 Jun 2009 /  #7
I hate how people think Polish girls are closeminded and only go with their own ethnicity. It's simply not true, they are smart and open minded, do what any romantic would do. However, that doesn't mean she wants to forget her culture. ;-)

Let me help you.

Be affectionate, Polsih girls are well brought up and want a truly dedicated lover, they don't want someone looking off beyond her or going to places without her alot. Do as Aristotle once said, "To be true lovers, is to be two bodies with one soul." Hold her hand whenever you can, be sentimental with your words, used cute/romantic/and funny diction with your wording (not to the point where it's weird and you become a different person, however to the extent to which your not some cold blatant speaker/lover). Cuddle, (put your arm around her). Make her 'one', not your own. Never make here feel like a possession, she is your PARTNER, memorize that, never in your relationship shall one be more superior to the other. Respect her being- hold doors for her, pull out a chair, walk her across the street, walk WITH her, never leaving her alone (being front or back). Look into her eyes alot, and DON'T check out other girls, remember she's your one and only true love, it's her in the room, not the others.

Buy her things (mind you Polish girls aren't materialized), so again be affectionate in buying her things, maybe some jewlery on the anniversary of first meeting or her birthday(remember dates!!!)- oh and never forget her names day (in Poland it is sometime sonsidered more important that a birthday), buy her flowers (colors of the Polish flag, half redand half white roses). Being that, it's not the price, but the thought that counts. So be creative with what you give her, write her a poem, a short story (maybe in Polish, or Polish style)-buy some Polish literature as reference; you know what I mean, or make her a card.

Agree with her, but don't be a copy cat. For example, practice her religion maybe, her interests, abilties, copings definitley. Engage in her interest with truth, talk about that book shes reading or that movie she saw last week. Also give her personal space, don't be around her all the time or stalk her (she has friends and family too, and a personal life), again you are not more superior, you are partners. Your trust in eachother is one of the most important if not most important virtues of your relationship. Also don't be all "manly" and a stuck up *******, girls don't like that, try being sensitive and emotional too (but too much of that, or anything for that matter can cause more bad than it does good.)

There's much more I can think of but don't have the time. If you really want to learn polish or the basics buy Rossetta Stone, it's amazing for language teaching and they have it in Polish. It's a software with simply teaches you the basic Polish language (it's rated #1). If not learn little things, like how to say I love you (Kocham Wie) or Good day (Dobry Dzien), or make a Polish nickname for her such as 'little flower', or 'little angel' (but don't over use it, and try to call her the nickname in Polish).

Anyway, this isn't a list of orders, but rather adaptations or recomendations. Don't take them all too serious or senile, but rather consider them. Remember, true love is a powerful force: any philosopher, great thinker, even some scientists throughout our time can tell you this. I hope for you to achieve metaphysicality, aestheics, stoicism, and emotion in your relationship--in other words to achieve true love. Best of luck to you, good friend ^_^.

ps. Sorry this essay of mine has typos and bad grammar, I typed it up too fast.
OP Zain 1 | 3  
12 Jun 2009 /  #8
thanks for helpinf rep+
Wyspianska  
12 Jun 2009 /  #9
lol, i tried to learnto speak polish but i sucked. thanks i willtry again. and i really love her

How old are you?
OP Zain 1 | 3  
13 Jun 2009 /  #10
16 years old
freebird 3 | 532  
13 Jun 2009 /  #11
Run while you still have a chance..:)

for real, lol
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699  
13 Jun 2009 /  #12
zain, dont listen to these guys, do what your heart feels. your 16 years old
and if you listen to these guys, you might be just like them, single , wishing
they had someone to smooch on and be with..

you never know, it could have been the other way around, the girls were running
from them.. heh heh.. that can go two ways boys!!
Pinching Pete - | 558  
13 Jun 2009 /  #13
Steer clear of the word "szmata" or anything that rhymes with that. Seriously kid, try out some broken Polish. Euro chicks always like it when you mangle their mother's tongue. Why not take a pic of her with your cell phone, post it here and us veterans will tell you if she's worth all the trouble?
Wyspianska  
13 Jun 2009 /  #14
Euro chicks always like it when you mangle their mother's tongue.

Not necessarily. I appreciate an effort when I hear somebody trying to speak some Polish for me but I rather want them to express themselves freely in their language instead so I can be actually sure they mean and know what they say in the first place.
Del boy 20 | 254  
13 Jun 2009 /  #15
Euro chicks or Eastern Euro chicks? they are two different kind of chicks :)
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
13 Jun 2009 /  #16
A good ice-breaker might be to ask: Do you know who the Polish Three Musketeers are?

Well, they-are all named Gene: Gene Dobry, Gene Kooyeh (dziękuję) and Gene Krupa.
King Sobieski 2 | 716  
14 Jun 2009 /  #17
16 and in love???

paul anka has a song for this...
George8600 10 | 636  
14 Jun 2009 /  #18
Euro chicks or Eastern Euro chicks? they are two different kind of chicks :)

Euro Chicks and Polish chicks? There are two different kinds there. Having met women from Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Estonia- I would say they are quite different than Polish women. Put them in their own category.
Wyspianska  
14 Jun 2009 /  #19
Yes, Polish girls ARE different. I won't say better but they surely are challenging when you want to catch them and even more challenging when you want to keep them.

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