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Polish men with Scottish Girlfriends


JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
7 Feb 2008 /  #31
my Scottish bloke used to drink a lot, but so have i so it was never a problem. now we dont really go out on the p*ss, mostly because he is a twat when he gets drunk and always does something stupid... he now prefers to stay with me and go to the cinema or for a meal, rather than get drunk with his mates. the secret is, you gotta give 'em something better at home so they forget about their drinking buddies ;).
Filios1 8 | 1,343  
7 Feb 2008 /  #32
you gotta give 'em something better at home so they forget about their drinking buddies ;).

Never. A true Pole would always find time for his drinking buddies : )
In other words though, you have this Scottish man whipped? ; )

Nah, with Coke.

Ahh. I could never quite handle the sugar with wodka. It gives me massive hangovers if I use soda to dillute alcohol, or anything for that matter. I either drink it straight, (from a tall glass, Polish style, haha) or nothing at all.
osiol 55 | 3,922  
7 Feb 2008 /  #33
rather than get drunk with his mates

They probably say he's become boring.
I'd rather be boring than bored though.

I don't profess to be a connoseur myself tho

Me neither, but it does have to be single malt and above a certain price.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
7 Feb 2008 /  #34
A true Pole would always find time for his drinking buddies

well yeah but he aint Polish. and i only whip him when he's been a BAD boy ;). im a Pole, but i will ditch my drinking buddies anyday for a night in with my bloke! :D

They probably say he's become boring.

dont care what they're saying, when he's not around they know he is training with GROM ;)
rafik 18 | 589  
7 Feb 2008 /  #35
typicly polish,huh?
youtube.com/watch?v=0htP_XsKxPM
Michal - | 1,865  
10 Feb 2008 /  #36
. the secret is, you gotta give 'em something better at home so they forget about their drinking buddies ;).

I think that this is true certainly at the beginning of a relationship but later on its is just dominance and control. I always remember my friend from my school days. I rang him up to ask if I could go and see him. "Oh, yes, that would be nice until I hear his wife's voice in the background, "David, I thought that I told you that I do not want any visitors here today". He was scolded like a poor little child. Suddenly silence, he was embarrased but I helped him and let him off the hook. I really hate it when I see a man totally dominated by a bloody woman!
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
10 Feb 2008 /  #37
I really hate it when I see a man totally dominated by a bloody woman!

At least your wife goes to Poland once in a while so you can breathe a little easier at times.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Feb 2008 /  #38
How about a non-bloody woman Michał? LOL
Michal - | 1,865  
10 Feb 2008 /  #39
bout a non-bloody woman Michał? LOL

Sadly, there are very few of them about.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
10 Feb 2008 /  #40
you shouldnt be complaining, its not like somebody like you is spoilt for choice, after all you ended up with a woman whom nationality and country you despise, how sad is that??
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Feb 2008 /  #41
Michał, I ask seriously, where we u born?
dtaylor 9 | 823  
10 Feb 2008 /  #42
i must admit, when a friend of mine spends ALL their time with their gf it is sad, like cmon, how much time do u need to spend with one person. its only a pity im like that!!!!
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
10 Feb 2008 /  #43
there is a guy at work who rings his girlfriend on every tea break and lunch. he often pops out for a quick chat in between as well, i have no idea what they talk about so often, but its kinda insecure and controlling, checking up on someone so often. creepy.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Feb 2008 /  #44
When u get in the habit dtaylor, it's hard to get out of it. Some call it devotion, others blindness. I'm almost on the right thread, Scotsman with Polka.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
10 Feb 2008 /  #45
you going out with a Polish chick, Seanus?
dtaylor 9 | 823  
10 Feb 2008 /  #46
but its kinda insecure and controlling

are they a new couple or just weird??

wats wrong is using blackmail to keep your partner at home, like that damn question "do you prefere your friends to me?"---i often answer this with, "no i dont, but i cant every second of the day with one person and forget the world, i need to socialise!" grrrr
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Feb 2008 /  #47
Yeah, she is multi-talented. Highly artistic, excels at cooking Polish dishes, great at DIY, is practical around the house and is smart. What more could I ask for? She is feminine but strong, sth I admire about Polish women in general
dtaylor 9 | 823  
10 Feb 2008 /  #48
Scotsman with Polka.

tell me about it, we are both in the same good boat:) though if ur very happy, sometimes u just need a night of, relationships are hard damn work, its all about comprimise.
Wyspianska  
10 Feb 2008 /  #49
Oh pls. MEN! who would even understand them. if u feel so bad with own gf then why the hack are you with her. geeez

bunch of cowards afraid of being alone.
dtaylor 9 | 823  
10 Feb 2008 /  #50
though every person has their faults, if they make you happy 99% of the time, then why not
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Feb 2008 /  #51
I need a night of ***, or a night off? LOL Compromise and balance, 2 of the most important words in the English dictionary, couldn't agree more. She's very accepting of the fact that my teaching hours are irregular so she doesn't bite my head off when I come back late, what's a man to do, right? She was a model which I like.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
10 Feb 2008 /  #52
are they a new couple or just weird??

theyve been together about a year i reckon. hes gettin into trouble with work over these phonecalls, its a long weird story, they are Polish...

like that damn question "do you prefere your friends to me?"---

when my bloke was about to go to Afghan and then when he came back, i was really clingy and id get very upset if he couldnt come and see me everytime i wanted him to. we'd argue a lot, but i eventually came to terms with the fact he is not my property lol. im just glad i have him back.
PinkJewel  
10 Feb 2008 /  #53
there is a guy at work who rings his girlfriend on every tea break and lunch. he often pops out for a quick chat in between as well,

There is a Polish guy in my work who is married to a Scottish girl. Suddenly he started calling her at every available minute. It was starting to get on my nerves. I didn't know him well. However, I decided to ask him why he called his wife so much. He told me, they'd recently had a baby and his wife was not keeping well. He called her during the day to make sure she was OK. I still wasn't happy that he was calling all the time, but at least I knew why.

though every person has their faults, if they make you happy 99% of the time, then why not

Good statement. Nothing will ever be 100%. Faults in other people is something we have to live with.
Wyspianska  
10 Feb 2008 /  #54
though every person has their faults, if they make you happy 99% of the time, then why not

because this 1% will make me decied to have open life, meet with more guys, have far better fun and no responsibility, thats why
dtaylor 9 | 823  
10 Feb 2008 /  #55
no respobility

doesnt that mean no commitment?
Wyspianska  
10 Feb 2008 /  #56
bingo
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
10 Feb 2008 /  #57
if u feel so bad with own gf then why the hack are you with her

thats what i used to shout at my bloke babe, but you have to give them space or they will get sick of you. when you stop nagging, they will come see YOU whenever they can and actually get excited about coming home to you. have a little patience :)
Wyspianska  
10 Feb 2008 /  #58
thats what i used to shout at at my bloke babe, but you have to give them space or they will get sick of you.

I know chick. I'm NOT trying to defend his gf at all. She probably doesn't think a lot... heehehh Just don't like when guys write bad about their gfs behind their backs. Wonder what she would say seeing it. David would be already on his knees begging for forgiveness. Now THIS is sad.
dtaylor 9 | 823  
10 Feb 2008 /  #59
David would be already on his knees begging for forgiveness.

proberly not, though she knows i rant when ive had a drink or maybe to many;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Feb 2008 /  #60
I dunno why but I've always liked when two non-natives like urselves use English to communicate with each other and u r both Polish. Yes, I know it's a rule of PF to do so, but there's sth nice about it

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