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Is it possible to be friends with girls in Poland?


Wyspianska  
20 Mar 2008 /  #31
Very good comment Wyspi, being Polish urself gives it even more credibility.

Yup. Open your eyes people! Big part of polish girls are mostly the same cheap dolls like in every other nation. Maybe even cheaper since they live in some crazy jungle ghetto place lol :D So anyway, if you were rich plus you were a foreigner, you wouldn't have any problems with FINDING a girl here, even though they don't speak English haha. For them body language and prize is worth, not conversation with you.

Thank you, I make the same mistakes over and over..

no worries, you are doing well
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Mar 2008 /  #32
I'm not doubting u Wyspi but why do u think many Polish girls see a rich foreigner as a prize? It may seem like a stupid question but it would be nice to know what u think. Body language, język ciało is about luring/enticing a guy, as well as other things.
Wyspianska  
20 Mar 2008 /  #33
as a prize I meant MONEY lol

Rude
Arien  
20 Mar 2008 /  #34
no worries, you are doing well

Thank you, but I don't need flattery because I'm not. I need a teacher really.

Ale mam jeden problem, nie mam pieniędzy!
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Mar 2008 /  #35
Aha, u mean they value money as a catch, I c Wyspi. Let me ask u this then Wyspi, how do u know if sb TRULY loves u? What'd make u sure about tying the knot? (getting married)
Wyspianska  
20 Mar 2008 /  #36
lol Seanus, it's stupid question without context. I was talking about girls for one night, they are not worth either love or marriage.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Mar 2008 /  #37
Given that so many marriages end in divorce Wyspi, I don't think it is such a stupid question. Too many people think that their partner loves them and, bang, it's all over, how wrong they were. So, u'd just jump into marriage Wyspi, without considering the factors and why u r doing it? I'm not the first person to ask about true love btw, lol
Wyspianska  
20 Mar 2008 /  #38
I'm sure about my situation and it's not my problem when someone losts love lol
Arien  
20 Mar 2008 /  #39
True love means commitment, sacrifice and sharing eachother in every way of the word. It works both ways. If it's right, then it should be that when you give, you should also recieve.

It's all about the effort.. both partners are willing to put into it. It also means you must be able or willing to forgive and be patient sometimes. Through both thick and thin, through both good and bad times..

Unfortunately, some people expect it to be instant-happiness or something. A few setbacks or disappointments and they call it a quit..
Wyspianska  
20 Mar 2008 /  #40
I need a teacher really.

Ale mam jeden problem, nie mam pieniędzy!

I can help you with Polish if you want to.
OP Plotin 5 | 25  
21 Mar 2008 /  #41
I believe it is different to have female friends in your won country where you have so many things in common with those girls, such as culture, politics and hobbies, common events and such.

When one goes abroad, you encounter people which whom you have less in common for obvious reasons. I don;t see it as a problem at all and I cannot see women forcing or pressuring you to have sex with them, unless you are giving them signals to do so.

Thanks.. this is an answer I hoped to get... Do I have to explain more about my intentions.. ;)

PS:
In my country there are no problems beeing friends with girls... even if we come from different sosial settings, different level of education etc..
wildrover 98 | 4,451  
21 Mar 2008 /  #42
I am an English guy living and working in Poland , i have quite a few girl friends , that i don,t see as sexual partners...they are just friends........Yes i have met more than a few who want to have a boyfriend from another country , especially one who might have money , but they are easy to spot...and its not only in Poland , you can find people like this in any country.....good friends are special , and they can be of either sex.....
Agness - | 10  
26 Mar 2008 /  #43
I have only male friends! and I am very happy about that!
polish girls r so boring they wanna talk only about shoping and make up....that is so pathetic
besides polish girls r so JEALOUS OMG i could not stand it and thats why I dont wanna have girlfriends!
zoogle 6 | 44  
26 Mar 2008 /  #44
I hear this from the majority of girls, not just polish ones.
LondonChick 31 | 1,134  
26 Mar 2008 /  #45
polish girls r so boring they wanna talk only about shoping and make up

what? all of them? really? Noooo....

besides polish girls r so JEALOUS OMG

really.... and why is that then?
panienka 1 | 205  
26 Mar 2008 /  #46
I don't believe in steely friendship between a man and a woman

lol that's the condition. Just drive with your fresh washed car around the city playing techno as loud as you can, look around and chose girl you like the most. Though they all look the same. Plastic dolls with fuckking long nails and trashy, cheap gold clothes on lol. Good luck and welcome in Poland.

true true true

polish girls r so boring they wanna talk only about shoping and make up....that is so pathetic
besides polish girls r so JEALOUS OMG i could not stand it and thats why I dont wanna have girlfriends!

i wonder how many Polish girls you know... and what can you say about yourself
SouthOfDaThames - | 87  
26 Mar 2008 /  #47
you can find people like this in any country.....good friends are special , and they can be of either sex.....

Agree 100%. All my closest friends are female, and I have never/will never sleep with any of them...oh ok, you've twisted my arm, there is one, but I know she doesn't fancy me (I'm just not here type) so it's never going to happen.

The key is probably to have same-sex friends who you know you will never find sexually attractive. I know a lot of the women on here won't believe me, but I'm one of those rare men who WON'T just sleep with anything.
Agness - | 10  
26 Mar 2008 /  #48
helloou i dont like to talk about shoping 24/7 there is so many things to do instead going to the shopping moll....
okgirl66 3 | 90  
26 Mar 2008 /  #49
I have a number of male friends and we are just friends. I give them advice on relationships and they enjoy talking to me about lots of things - like T.V. programs and news, pets etc. It's nice to relax with both male and female friends and enjoy the odd glass of wine/ beer what ever. But I don't know about Polish people because I'm not from Poland but I don't suppose they're much different.
Agness - | 10  
26 Mar 2008 /  #50
well I am POlish and it is difficult for me to talk about that but I have to add that polish guys r even worst if we talk about relationship
okgirl66 3 | 90  
26 Mar 2008 /  #51
Agness, why is it difficult for polish girls and guys to talk about relationships and stuff?
Agness - | 10  
26 Mar 2008 /  #52
iokgirl66 u misunderstand me...it is difficult 4 me to talk about polish girls because i dont think it is interesting topic but if u have any questions about polish guys....dont hesitate;)
okgirl66 3 | 90  
26 Mar 2008 /  #53
Thanks Agness I'm just making a list of questions........
drifter - | 8  
28 Mar 2008 /  #54
It's funny, I had this polish friend, a girl, whom I worked with while I was an ex-pat from Canada for two years. We only talked at work in the beginning but eventually went out for some drinks or the restaurant after work from time to time. Anyone seeing us could easily have mistaken us as a couple, a guy and a girl eating and drinking together. She was very attractive but she said she had a boyfriend from out of town. I always wondered if she was attracted to me or if she just wanted to make her boyfriend jealous, but in any case, i never put the moves on her: I also had a girlfriend back home. But I've been wondering if she was interested, would she have put the move on me, or are polish girls more traditional: waiting for the guy to take the first step?

My reasoning is that it's probably not that different from here, but then again, foreigners seem to agree that girls where I'm from (Quebec) are easier than most Canadian and American girls, and are more agressive: taking the first step when they want. So if that girl was like girls from Quebec, I would conclude she wasn't that interested afterall, but I have a feeling she might have been waiting for me to make a move...
okgirl66 3 | 90  
28 Mar 2008 /  #55
Well I'm from the UK and I wouldn't make a move on a guy if he told me he had a girlfriend. I would enjoy the friendship and wait and see what happened. Maybe she did really like you and wanted you to show her how you felt.
drifter - | 8  
30 Mar 2008 /  #56
if that's what happened, it's frustrating as I broke up with my girlfriend upon my return ... oh well, next time perhaps.
Bla - | 27  
30 Mar 2008 /  #57
I'm supprised that some polish girls talk so badly about other polish girls... Is it some kind of "I'm better than all the rest" syndrome? ;) Don't forget you are polish girls too, so somebody can mark you as one of those stupid and easy w**** some day...

I think there are girls who go after money in every country, not only in Poland. And I will even risk it and guess that some of them learnt that way of living from all those american movies etc.

I don't know what kind of friends you had here, but I know many girls who are smart and not looking for the money, not talking about shopping all the time, etc. and I think you only talk about some group of women. Maybe I don't know many of them, because I don't want too, but for sure I still have many girl friends, so please don't try to convince people, that most of the polish women are cheap, dumb and easy...

drifter I guess you will never know... The only way to be sure is to try ;) Maybe she wanted something more and maybe not... Still many men tend to confuse friendly gestures as something more. You didn't try so now you can only wonder ;)
bringthepoison 2 | 23  
28 Apr 2008 /  #58
Though they all look the same. Plastic dolls with fuckking long nails and trashy, cheap gold clothes on lol.

sounds like londons east end on a good day.
osiol 55 | 3,922  
28 Apr 2008 /  #59
trashy, cheap gold clothes

It's amazing how difficult it is trying to find a gold lame shirt on the internet.
Should I ask for a translation into Polish, or would I only find ladies clothes in this colour?

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