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LukeXX 4 | 75  
15 Aug 2009 /  #1
I'm a little concerned about some negative comments I get from people back home (UK) about Polish girls, or having a Polish girlfriend.

It seems that Polish girls abroad have a "bad name" when it comes to being faithful, trustworthy, and "uneasy".

Probably this is all the result of nonsense stories from travellers etc... and I can imagine Polish girls would put it down to UK uglys' being jealous hehe

Did you guys experienced the same unfortunate Polish girls bashing? Can you help to prove this garbage wrong?
FredChopin - | 61  
15 Aug 2009 /  #2
Hi Luke, please check out the following: Polish Girls

The Search Button Is Your Friend

Happy reading.
Alx123 - | 180  
15 Aug 2009 /  #3
Did you guys experienced the same unfortunate Polish girls bashing? Can you help to prove this garbage wrong?

Ha ha ha...very provocative
time means 5 | 1,310  
15 Aug 2009 /  #4
and I can imagine Polish girls

change that to any girl, after all that's as near as you have ever got to one. I have heard you still toss off to the underwear section of your mums catalogue.
OP LukeXX 4 | 75  
15 Aug 2009 /  #5
time means
Look, Dog Face. I have in fact been going out with many Polish girls.

No, I don't share with you the women catalogue fetish. And I was not talking about "that slut" of your girlfriend or wife specifically.

So do us a favour and stick to the topic!!
time means 5 | 1,310  
15 Aug 2009 /  #6
I have in fact been going out with many Polish girls.

Yeah right, inflatable ones from the local sex shop don't count as real.

And i do not believe you are a native of the uk.
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
15 Aug 2009 /  #7
Me either.

I have in fact been going out with many Polish girls.

I do hope that you're not an English teacher in Poland.
time means 5 | 1,310  
15 Aug 2009 /  #8
Where are you (really) from lukeXX? Because it's not the the UK (native at least)
johncardwell 3 | 110  
15 Aug 2009 /  #9
Did you guys experienced the same unfortunate Polish girls bashing? Can you help to prove this garbage wrong?

1) Remember that lots of the girls abroad don't really represent Polish Girls in Poland.
2) I know personally many stories that are mostly true of Polish Girls abroad cheating on a Polish Man back in Poland or

cheating on a Polish Man in abroad.
3) I also know of some stories where things are working out well with Polish Girls abroad and foreign guys. But I know much

fewer of these stories.
4) Also remember that people tend to accentuate the bad in their experiences and not the good. So for every bad story you

hear, there is also some number of good stories. The trick is to find out the percentages.
5) One thing that might be of concern to you is that Poland is changing fast w/respect to the expectations of the women. And this is certainly not going to be fun for the men. The women are entering the "unhappy phase" that happened in the US in the seventies. The want something more. But what? Possibly once given something more they might be more unhappy? Witness the success of second marriages in the US. 3 out of 4 fail.

6) If you decide to marry or have kids with a Polish Girl, protect yourself with a prenup and all should be as good as it could be.

In my opinion, in a few more years, Polish Girls will be just like American Girls or British Girls.
The divorce rates, cheating and promiscuity will be the same in the three countries.
So if you can live with an American or British Girl, you should do just fine with Polish Girls.

Here is an article on divorce trends and cheating in Poland.

telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/poland/4613634/Migration-to-Britain-fuelling-Polands-divorce-rate.html

Here is some information that may have been true 20 years ago but I think it is now junk.
polishmarriage.org/polishgirls.html

Here is a ranking of the 15 most promiscuous countries.
Poland is number 12.

Here is an article about divorce that mentions cheating.
Notice the woman Elzbieta's excuse for doing whatever she did... demons made her do it.
An example of not taking responsibility for one's own actions.

krakowpost.com/article/964

Cheers.
time means 5 | 1,310  
15 Aug 2009 /  #10
Where are you (really) from lukeXX? Because it's not the the UK (native at least)

Answer the question luke!
johncardwell 3 | 110  
15 Aug 2009 /  #11
I hope he is not faking because I put a little time into my post.
I will be very angry.
OP LukeXX 4 | 75  
15 Aug 2009 /  #12
1) Remember that lots of the girls abroad don't really represent Polish Girls in Poland............

Thanks John!
time means 5 | 1,310  
15 Aug 2009 /  #13
I hope he is not faking

John, he is not a native of the UK i am sure of it. There are a few pointers in how he has written (not how a native would say it)
johncardwell 3 | 110  
15 Aug 2009 /  #14
Even if he is not I guess it is no big deal.
I liked making the post.
I think the subject is very important.

Amanda91: it happens a lot on this forum

As long as the information for him is still useful than no problem.

By the way, nice photo.
Amanda91 1 | 135  
15 Aug 2009 /  #15
haha, YES it's so obvious that's why I'm here. You are very astute.

well, why did you ask me then? You see, you didn't like it so what made think I would? I suggest, next time think twice before posting.

Have a nice day
Nika 2 | 507  
15 Aug 2009 /  #16
I'm a little concerned about some negative comments I get from people back home (UK) about Polish girls, or having a Polish girlfriend.

you should not be worried about comments concerning Polish girls because you don't have Polish girlfriends but a Polish girlfriend and you should only be concerned about her.

If you trust her, find her faithful and uneasy then that is all that counts.
What really matters is what YOU think about HER and not what some people from UK think of Polish women in general!
Amanda91 1 | 135  
15 Aug 2009 /  #17
I just thought maybe you were into the dude. :D

Why, just because I agreed with him? C'mon, on forum like this it happens to be that you agree or disagree with someone. To follow you I'd have to constantly disagree with everyone here or otherwise I'm into someone, right?
Nika 2 | 507  
15 Aug 2009 /  #18
I heard they don't wash their asses often enough, is that true... ?

yes Grzegorz it is very true so stay away from us....
OP LukeXX 4 | 75  
15 Aug 2009 /  #19
you should not be worried about comments concerning Polish girls

Thanks for the nice comment Nika. That is surely true for me as well. But outside of the four walls it does matter a bit. I cannot keep looking away...
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649  
15 Aug 2009 /  #20
Why, just because I agreed with him?

He sounds like someone who people don't agree with often so maybe this means you are one of the few who's compatible with him. It was just a suggestion, anyway. I think your relationship could be mutually beneficial.
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
15 Aug 2009 /  #21
I get from people back home (UK)

Then why call UK your home. Slightly misleading wouldnt you say.

Oh to all the little pricks who finally got themself a girlfriend (well.. a real one that talks and walks)

Im not jealous of anything or anyone, Im also not a fugly, I do just fine in my own country without having to travel around Europe looking, unlike you sad bastids..
Nika 2 | 507  
15 Aug 2009 /  #22
Thanks for the nice comment Nika. That is surely true for me as well. But outside of the four walls it does matter a bit.

but it shouldn't really!
I realise that it's not always easy but if you believe in her you have to stand up for her everytime you hear this Polish girls are this or that bulls***.

I hate people that generalise, if you are an intelligent person you don't judge people by where they come from and especially you don't jugde a nation based on the emigrants that you came accross in your home country and I hope I don't have to explain why...

courage!!!!!!!
Amanda91 1 | 135  
15 Aug 2009 /  #23
I think your relationship could be mutually beneficial.

You think too much for and about others. How about thinking about and for yourself? Try it, it might be good for a change.
OP LukeXX 4 | 75  
15 Aug 2009 /  #24
Then why call UK your home. Slightly misleading wouldnt you say.

Read my post #37
Alx123 - | 180  
15 Aug 2009 /  #25
I hate people that generalise, if you are an intelligent person you don't judge people by where they come from

Like it or not, people who come from a certain cultural background do share particular characteristics. If you are intelligent, you know that it's just a generalisation and doesn't apply to everyone. If you make comments such as 'people are different everywhere'/'you can't generalise', etc. that's just politically-correct tosh.
Nika 2 | 507  
15 Aug 2009 /  #26
ShelleyS:
Then why call UK your home. Slightly misleading wouldnt you say.

HOME - relating to or being where one lives or where one's roots are, at or to or in the direction of one's home or family, to the fullest extent,(...)

as per the definition, he doesn't have to be native British to call UK home...
johncardwell 3 | 110  
15 Aug 2009 /  #27
I hate people that generalise

If you hate people that generalize it is not a rational reason to hate them.
As long as they are doing it correctly.

You can generalize.
It is called inductive reasoning.
But you should do it fairly and with a large enough sample.
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649  
15 Aug 2009 /  #28
You think too much for and about others. How about thinking about and for yourself? Try it, it might be good for a change.

I do both.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386  
15 Aug 2009 /  #29
Read my post #37

post number 1:

I'm a little concerned about some negative comments I get from people back home (UK) about Polish girls, or having a Polish girlfriend.

You're getting some negative comments because your original post implies that you are British.
English can be a strange language.
Amanda91 1 | 135  
15 Aug 2009 /  #30
I do both.

At least in my case obviously not.

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