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POLISH MEN TO CHEAT OR NOT TO CHEAT?


QUEST  
30 Aug 2006 /  #1
hi everyone!!
iam doing a little research in to the fidelity of different nations, so i thought here would be a good place to get some honest feedback about the poles !!

so from the guys and the girls are polish men faithful or love rats???
i know one cannot tar all with the same brush but as a general opinion from your own experiences are polish men sincere and faithful or smooth talking cheats???

opinions from the ladies would be good (they may be more honest) ha ha
so far we have researched british, italian, german !! we are on a ever continueing quest to find a nation of perfect men!!
krysia 23 | 3,057  
30 Aug 2006 /  #2
nation of perfect men!!

GOOD LUCK!

OK. If a Muslim gets Polish citizenship, would he be considered in your research? Because according to their law, they can have 500 wives. Or more. Would that be considered cheating?

The Polish guys I know don't cheat. Maybe because divorce is not so common as in America and they try to make the best of what they got?
OP QUEST  
30 Aug 2006 /  #3
no they wouldnt be considered as this survey is based on the views of people who were born and bred in that country a muslim who moved to poland wouldnt have the same up bringing and views as the people who lived there all there lives.

so in your opinion what about before marriage, men and women who are just dating ?
in germany for instance men think its ok to cheat before marriage but tend to be faithful once married?
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
30 Aug 2006 /  #4
in germany for instance men think its ok to cheat before marriage but tend to be faithful once married?

And what is your source for this fact? I know plenty of Germans and they don't think like this.

People from all over cheat. My GF was cheated on and the same with a few of her friends. With PL guys of course. I think it all depends on the situation of the relationship. I've never cheated on anyone...but I can't speak for all of my country.
OP QUEST  
30 Aug 2006 /  #5
well the source is from the general public normal people who are asked for there opinions of course not all are the same but we are looking at the majority v minority
krysia 23 | 3,057  
30 Aug 2006 /  #6
People from all over cheat

That's true.
It all depends on the person. I never did that and I never will. Because I respect myself. It depends also on much the couple loves one another. Some couples will do everything for each other, while some are just married for convenience and money.
bolo 2 | 304  
30 Aug 2006 /  #7
I never cheated and don't intend too..

Maybe that's because I never had anybody to cheat on though..
krysia 23 | 3,057  
30 Aug 2006 /  #8
What about your pierogis?
bolo 2 | 304  
31 Aug 2006 /  #9
You always get to the point... Well, I've tasted some of them - but thankfully they don't see each other on TV or computer screen so they aren't jealous, I hope.
krysia 23 | 3,057  
31 Aug 2006 /  #10
you mean to tell me your pierogis can see??

Well, I've tasted some of them
And they're watching you ? Do they like it??
bolo 2 | 304  
31 Aug 2006 /  #11
Actually it's me who's watching them. Usually on Tv or online...
krysia 23 | 3,057  
31 Aug 2006 /  #12
OK, bolo.
We know your peirogis have breasts with bacon bits on top, we find out today they can see. What other amazing feature do they posess?
bolo 2 | 304  
31 Aug 2006 /  #13
Sometimes they are oily and can jump in the rythm of the Rooster's crow.
krysia 23 | 3,057  
31 Aug 2006 /  #14
when they jump, do the bacon bits fall off?
bolo 2 | 304  
31 Aug 2006 /  #15
No - but I do need to embrace them nicely so that they don't fall off indeed.
krysia 23 | 3,057  
31 Aug 2006 /  #16
szczęśliwe pierogi!!!

I wish I was your pieróg
bolo 2 | 304  
31 Aug 2006 /  #17
I wish I was your pieróg

When we meet I guess we can skip the foreplay... :)
krysia 23 | 3,057  
31 Aug 2006 /  #18
For some reason I lost my appetite for pierogi. Maybe it's bothering me that the next time I look at one of them, they will be staring right back at me. And those bacon bits on top are really killing me. And now......... You don't have sex with them, do you?

That's it bolo. I can't take it anymore.
cześć
Decorator 4 | 291  
31 Aug 2006 /  #19
I would only stay faithful if i married the heiress to the Guinness empire!!
OP QUEST  
31 Aug 2006 /  #20
bolo and decorator would you say your views are shared with your male friends?
of all the people you know what would you guess there views to be?

and decorator how about if u married a girl who owned shares in carlsberg ???
ha ha
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
31 Aug 2006 /  #21
Guinness empire!!

MMMMMM Guiness :)
Shelley  
31 Aug 2006 /  #22
FISZ - it's a meal in a glass - I prefer Kilkennys or Czech dark beer not as heavy and sweeter

FISZ - also chick the Guiness you get anywhere other than Ireland isn't quite the same - get ya sen over to Ireland.....a taste of the black stuff!
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
31 Aug 2006 /  #23
I'd love to go to Ireland ...just for the Guiness :) I want to take a tour of the brewery. My short term goal.
Shelley  
1 Sep 2006 /  #24
It's a beautiful place - avoid Dublin it's a bit dirty and commercial - West Ireland is lovely
Decorator 4 | 291  
1 Sep 2006 /  #25
I'm off on saturday to drown my liver in Guinness at the rugby.. And there are plenty of places to get excellent guinness in London..it's all down to storage and keeping pipes clean. On this matter i am certain.. My parents were Irish publicans.. Mmmm Guinness and Oysters...

Dublin is bigger than just the bars...:)
Shelley  
1 Sep 2006 /  #26
I'm no guiness expert, i've only tasted a couple of times here in the UK and it tasted really bitter, but in Ireland it was quite nice

Im sure dublin is, I have never been, I have Irish work colleagues who hate it here there now because it's fully off english on stag and hen partys
Decorator 4 | 291  
1 Sep 2006 /  #27
A lot of bars in Dublin have stopped parties like that for that very reason.. the worst Guinness i ever tsted was in a beautiful little bar in Prague....but i found mysely obliged to drink it any way.. :)
Shelley  
1 Sep 2006 /  #28
You should have just ordered a dark beer, it's quite sweet (and one is enough) but it's nice.
123  
19 Nov 2006 /  #29
so how did we move from polish pierogis to irish guiness?
reefoster@hotm  
10 Feb 2007 /  #30
Hello , Thank you for taking the time to read this. I think first you have to define the generation of men you are enquiring about. Are they 70, 60, 50, 40, etc. having said that I think Polish men are more faithful than the average because of their enormous Catholic sense of guilt. Affectinately(woman looking for a Pole)

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