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Just met the man of my dreams. I'm an American girl, he's Polish.


k98_man  
11 Mar 2009 /  #31
Don't go overboard and get hurt. I'm happy for you, but things can fall apart rather quickly even when they seem to be going well.

I hope everything works out for you.
Juche 9 | 292  
11 Mar 2009 /  #32
Just met the man of my dreams. I'm an American girl, he's Polish.

be prepared for a life of darning his socks and fixing dinner - and beware if the soup is too salty you will likely get a spanking!!
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
11 Mar 2009 /  #33
and beware if the soup is too salty you will likely get a spanking!!

Lots of salt in the soup it is then ;0) or just a couple of dodgy Knorr cubes, same difference!
Bzibzioh  
11 Mar 2009 /  #34
be prepared for a life of darning his socks

Honey, pack of 20 pairs for 10$ at Costco and you want me WHAT???
Juche 9 | 292  
11 Mar 2009 /  #35
you do not understand tendency of Polish to:
1. save every penny, pence and grosz. plus it is a crime to dispose of something that could be mended by granny, mommy, sister, wife, or girlfirend

2. emotional attachment of Polish male to old socks
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
11 Mar 2009 /  #36
Honey, pack of 20 pairs for 10$ at Costco and you want me WHAT???

They don't have Costco in DPRK. In fact I'm pretty sure they don't have socks either. Lots of bicycles though.
Juche 9 | 292  
11 Mar 2009 /  #37
obviously we have shop, very good state-run shop not capitalist swamp like Cosco or Wal-Mart. And yes we have much sock, everyone wear sock except in summer when we is hot and moist. Pyongynag have bus, tram, metro system (two lines, Poland capital only one!) and even bicycle. we also have more monuments.
Bzibzioh  
11 Mar 2009 /  #38
you do not understand tendency of Polish to:
1. save every penny, pence and grosz. plus it is a crime to dispose of something that could be mended by granny, mommy, sister, wife, or girlfirend
2. emotional attachment of Polish male to old socks

Yeah, we are thrifty but to a point. And my (polish) husband will throw out a sock at any sign of wear off or a hole.
Juche 9 | 292  
11 Mar 2009 /  #39
And my (polish) husband will throw out a sock at any sign of wear off or a hole.

then he is questionable practicality as he does not understand value of natural ventilation of socks with holes but those with correct socialistic mindset will adapt to any conditions!
southern 75 | 7,096  
11 Mar 2009 /  #40
Pyongynag have

even bicycle

This is a city of the 22th century.
Bzibzioh  
11 Mar 2009 /  #41
but those with correct socialistic mindset will adapt to any conditions!

Working hard on spreading ideas of North Korean glory and self sufficiency I see :)
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595  
11 Mar 2009 /  #42
No my Scandinavian friend, that's Polish mentality, he wont give her a chance, wont get close enough to get atatched, he's thinking about his future, thats smart, not eating out or take out the rest of his life. i'm guessing ur Swedish by ur login name, u do have very beautifull girls in Sweden, never been there, but have been to Denmark and Finland. From what i've noticed alot of them are feminists, so i'm sure those dont cook.

Yes, I'm Swedish but live in Poland. I know that the women usually does cooking etc. in Poland. In Sweden men and women do about equal amounts (50%/50%) of cooking/cleaning/washing. Probably the women does a little bit more of this than the man (in most families).

I think most Scandinavian girls think like this: If both the woman and man work full time at their jobs, why should the woman do all the routine work at home?
Juche 9 | 292  
12 Mar 2009 /  #43
I think most Scandinavian girls think like this: If both the woman and man work full time at their jobs, why should the woman do all the routine work at home?

this is correct thinking of the commune where all participate equal and recieve according to need - we paracticce prinicple which is simplicity: no work, no bowl of rice
Olasz - | 69  
12 Mar 2009 /  #44
If someone turns down the woman he loves because he has to cook from time to time, you might think he just arrived in a time machine from the 19th century.

or doesn't love her at all
Juche 9 | 292  
12 Mar 2009 /  #45
or can't cook
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595  
12 Mar 2009 /  #46
this is correct thinking of the commune where all participate equal and recieve according to need - we paracticce prinicple which is simplicity: no work, no bowl of rice

In Sweden it's not associated with communism. It's just that people want to help each other to make every day life as good as possible.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437  
13 Mar 2009 /  #47
Yea i've noticed Scandinavians are very warm, open, friendly people, men and women. But i've noticed you let way too many Middle Eastern and Asians in your countries, and i can tell by the faces people on the street make looking at them, that they don't like them. And for good reasons, i go to Europe i wanna see native Europeans, just like in the good old days.
k98_man  
13 Mar 2009 /  #48
xD I love PF.
lexi 1 | 176  
13 Mar 2009 /  #49
I know just how you feel. My Polish girl caused me to become a grinning, babbling idiot when I was in her presence

Randal it might have nothing to do with the nationality, it may be the case that you have fallen in love with someome who is different to whom you usually date. She has unearthed something that has laid dormant in you for a while , and brought back that side which you had forgotten about.

A bit like finding something in the attic from years ago which used to make you smile, but then you got all mature and outhgrew it, then suddently it appears in your life again years later and releases the inner spirit, that has been dead for years.

Some people make you feel like that, but I have to admit they have to be special.

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