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Teenage Relationship - girls from Poland walking next to you?


Rob 1 | 10  
18 Oct 2008 /  #1
Ok ill cut a long Story short,

This new girl at school, whom is indeed polish. Well she's very cute. Don't take offense, i never knew how good polish girls were, well i have seen the guys, but i am not gay. Never seen a polish girl of my age, well i live in South East London so if you get what i am saying, you will understand, that nice girls, are hard to find.. for someone of my background, in south east London HINT* all my family tree being from England.*

Well i don't know anything about Polish girls, what they are like, what they do, how they flirt, and what they are like.

Is it normal, for a Girl from Poland, to walk next to you, even though you don't talk to them, or look at them. Is it normal for them too stare at you and not to smile or give a dirty look or a screw but give an innocent shy look instead.., something very cute? Is it also normal for them to sit down next to you?

Is it also normal for them to touch you, i.e put there arm out and make it look accidentally that they bumped into your arm. Is it normal for a teenage polish girl too stare at you for 1hr 30 minutes, well she was not interested in the presentation, I wont say why here. Ill get shot. Instead she had an interest to look at me. Look away and then keep looking back. I was not stalking, as i was talking to a friend, and she was looking at me. We made eye contact when i was speaking. So i never started it off first, but i kept looking too see if it was still happening.

Then is it normal for her to come to me and bump into the side of me, then stare at me, and give me an innocent shy look?

We kept making eye contact, and she never minded it. Normally girls would not do that with me, they would hit me, for looking at them, well only certain ones. The rest don't interest me for me to look at them.

Well ill explain something, i basically being shy ignored her... a bit. Was she hinting at something, by sitting next to me, starring at me when she saw me, walked with me, and tried to grab my attention.

Well one morning, she sort of waited for me to cross the road, but i ignored her ONCE AGAIN. Ever since then, i have been ignored by her. She no longer stares at me, sits near me. She avoids me in every way possible. She used to come and stand not far from my registration class, she sort off no longer does that now too. But Friday, as i said above, she was doing all that stuff.

Was she just getting her own back on me, do girls from poland get revenge if they are ignored?

Does she want me to ask her out. Is she waiting on me to do the hard work?

Most Importantly, does she like me?
Filios1 8 | 1,336  
18 Oct 2008 /  #2
STOP ASKING IF ITS NORMAL!
shewolf 5 | 1,077  
19 Oct 2008 /  #3
Okay, you're a teenage boy so I won't make fun of this. You need to just go up to her and talk to her even if she's ignoring you now. If you don't, you'll end up a 30 year old unemployed loser who lives in a trailer with his mother and regretting that you ignored her when you had a chance with her. :)
polishgirltx  
19 Oct 2008 /  #4
a teenage polish girl too stare at you for 1hr 30 minutes

does she like me?

the conclusion: yes...

but you might get a hard time from her for ignoring her...
Wahldo  
19 Oct 2008 /  #5
ut you might get a hard time from her for ignoring her...

No, you ignore her at first.. then show her a little attention, then a little more.
polishgirltx  
19 Oct 2008 /  #6
too late...
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387  
19 Oct 2008 /  #7
Is she waiting on me to do the hard work?

She probably was.

If you don't ask... then some other guy will.

Get it sorted by 4:00pm tomorrow otherwise it might be too late.
OP Rob 1 | 10  
19 Oct 2008 /  #8
Yeah.... I got a bit of confidence Friday, so if she's about ill speak to her.

She probably thought i was being ignorant, and ignoring her. So thus decided to give me payback time. But i suppose what i did Friday must have helped a bit Get her confidence back, well i suppose she may be hooked to me again. I just need to find a good moment, when she's on her own.

Thanks guys,

Rob
osiol 55 | 3,922  
19 Oct 2008 /  #9
Get it sorted by 4:00pm tomorrow

Get started by then, but I wouldn't say get everything all done and dusted and in a bag complete with complementary "been there and done that" tee-shirt. As someone had already said...

then show her a little attention, then a little more

Just not too little at first. Not too much, not too little.

I just need to find a good moment, when she's on her own.

Don't chicken out just because she's not on her own. Get her on her own. Beckon her to you!

IT IS NORMAL!
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535  
19 Oct 2008 /  #10
Teenage time is to avoid romantic relationships (how many will listen?).
osiol 55 | 3,922  
19 Oct 2008 /  #11
No, it's the time to make your mistakes and learn by them.
Daisy 3 | 1,227  
19 Oct 2008 /  #12
Teenage time is to avoid romantic relationships

I hope you never have children

No, it's the time to make your mistakes and learn by them

exactly...although not many learn by them
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535  
19 Oct 2008 /  #13
I hope you never have children

Your hope will burn like a bush in the forests of Australia.

exactly...although not many learn by them

Thats what I meant.

I know they will go into romantic relationships. But if they could avoid...it will benefit them. Ofcourse....if they find something really worth it...they can go for it....but usually in that part of life, its better to invest in more constructive things....
shopgirl 6 | 928  
19 Oct 2008 /  #14
But if they could avoid...it will benefit them.

Why do you think so?
This is the first practice a young person gets to build those kind of social skills....to figure out what he/she values in in a relationship or a partner. How else can a young person grow into an adult with out being clueless of personal wants and needs?

Just want to see what you are on about....
OP Rob 1 | 10  
19 Oct 2008 /  #15
I know the best time to get her on her own, a 80% of it happening, in the morning's. When she walks to school. But that crap is stalking is it not, waiting for someone on the road they walk to get too school.

Well i wont be having children with her, that wont be on my mind.... until i get my PPL and CPL. But a caring loving one is on mind.

Regard's,

Robbie
Daisy 3 | 1,227  
19 Oct 2008 /  #16
Thats what I meant.

I don't think you and I do mean the same thing.....it's true we don't always learn by the mistakes we make when we're young, but where you and I do not agree is, we should not be prevented from that experience.....we continue to make mistakes throughout our lives, better that, than sit at home in a protective bubble

When she walks to school. But that crap is stalking is it not, waiting for someone on the road they walk to get too school.

Not if you do it openly...if you happen to walk the same route as her, then it's just a coincidence that you happened to be in the same place at the same time (you just have to engineer it a little) if she likes you, then she'll be pleased to see you and walk with you.
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535  
19 Oct 2008 /  #17
Just want to see what you are on about....

The young person can get involved in healthy community activities. Male and female... all can join in cleaning up the park... go ahead, help some local old people!

They can form clubs, have meetings... make suggestions. They can ofcourse meet and talk...

I am not against the wishes of people. I am quite a liberal, but balanced person (that is what I would like to think of myself). I would prefer a boy and a girl to be more careful with their steps. They should know each other more by staying together as a team....to know the other person by thier suggestions in the activities... their actions....how they interract with other friends.... their habbits...

Then ofcourse love will come... but this love can come after 20 or 21... when the person have seen quite a few...and comes with a cool mind to select a person who they can really be with. Someone who wont run away... someone who is more responsible. I would like to say ... that intimate relationship (going towards the physical) is much more precious then just giving it away.

Go ahead... get married...have the guts to take the responsibilities.... and then give the world a meaningful tommorow.

The clubs can be a pre-youth, and then a youth club. Not a drinking and smoking group. But a helpful and socially aware group. Practicing moral and ethical courses aswell... even arranging children classes for small children to tach them manners and ethics.... telling nice educative stories.

Sounds impossible?....well its happeneing in Poland....I was part of one :)...

Love relationships are wonderful... but the teenage is the most wrong time for it. Its turbulent times... rather be a part of such groups... definately will help.
Daisy 3 | 1,227  
19 Oct 2008 /  #18
Then ofcourse love will come... but this love can come after 20 or 21

my great uncle met my great aunt when he was 15 and she was 12, they were engaged when she was 16 and he 19, married when she was 18 and he was 21. That marriage lasted 72 years, the only thing seperating them was his death at the age of 93, they were devoted.....some find love, some find heartbreak, but it's their right to discover for themselves
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535  
19 Oct 2008 /  #19
but it's their right to discover for themselves

but ofcourse its their right!!!!.... did you even read or understood what I wanted to say?

Its sweet... your grand ancestors love... it something like that happens....it should happen....and actually who are we (or I) to stop. I just put forward my theory for the scholars of the PF to study.
southern 75 | 7,096  
19 Oct 2008 /  #20
I think teenagers should stick to masturbation.
OP Rob 1 | 10  
19 Oct 2008 /  #21
Not if you do it openly...if you happen to walk the same route as her, then it's just a coincidence that you happened to be in the same place at the same time (you just have to engineer it a little) if she likes you, then she'll be pleased to see you and walk with you.

Well she's east of the school, i live west of the school. But i can possibly pull that one off somehow. Well we can be on the same road.

About 3 times now, she has cached me up, walked by my side and matched my pace, and literally on my shoulder, weather that meant anything but doing it 3 times. hmmm! I am skeptical, why that happend. But guess what i did, ignore her. The Second time, we looked at each other, i looked away, she walked off.

Regards,

Robbie
Switezianka - | 463  
19 Oct 2008 /  #22
Is it normal for a teenage polish girl too stare at you for 1hr 30 minutes,

In Poland constant staring at somebody for a long time is considered rude.

Is it also normal for them to sit down next to you?

Uhmm, when there are a lot of people in a limited space (e.g. at school) you always sit next to somebody, don't you? Seats are usually next to one another...

Then is it normal for her to come to me and bump into the side of me, then stare at me,

No, it's not. Normally, a Polish girl, when she bumps into somebody, apologizes.

Have you ever talked to her?
irishdeano 5 | 304  
19 Oct 2008 /  #23
Is it normal for a teenage polish girl too stare at you for 1hr 30 minutes

so u were staring at her for 1hr and 30 mins

go for her when u get the chance dont let it slip

i already let a nice lativan girl slip..i had great chance but fu*ked it up haha
OP Rob 1 | 10  
19 Oct 2008 /  #24
Oh, well i never took offense at her looking at me, i was chuffed.

Also there was loads of space as it was the beginning of lunch, also someone she speaks to she never went and sat with, even though she said hi to him. She sat next to me, well 3 seats away.

Well she never apologized, just looked at me in a cute shy look. A Normal face basically. No smile, no bad look. Just normal.

I am going to go for it, otherwise ill be regretting it.

Yes we have talked before, i said hi to her, are you new. She never spoke, just nodded, and looked away proper quick.

Regards,

R...
osiol 55 | 3,922  
19 Oct 2008 /  #25
Just normal

Is it normal?
OP Rob 1 | 10  
19 Oct 2008 /  #26
Well she has not smiled, but Friday. She really liked looking at me. This is not the first time she has done this, but Friday. We made eye contact for about 30 seconds. She looked into my eyes, we did this about 10 times for about 1hr or so. I am not sure, but once she sorta of smiled/laughed.

Then when her freinds called her name, she looked up noticed me, and bumped into my back or side, i can't remember. She did that and walked passed me, and stared into me eyes.

Then i went outside, she saw me again and stared at me.

Also a few weeks back, there were two boys chatting to her and i was sitting not far away, she was looking at me, rather than them chatting to her. We made eye contact then.

Now i have a few problems, i don't want to ask her out in front of her friends, they may jump in and say something silly. If it happens to be this is the only way, what do i say first?

I can find ways to get he on her own, what would i say to her?

I can say Hi i have done it to her many of times before, i just don't know how to talk to someone who i have ignored for almost 2 months. I am petrified.

Regards,

R..
HAL9009 2 | 304  
19 Oct 2008 /  #27
would i say to her

Say Cześć (hi in Polish) and tell her how much you like her.
And chat.
See where things go.

Some times you gotta roll the hard six and hope things go your way.
OP Rob 1 | 10  
19 Oct 2008 /  #28
Sorry to sound like a 5 Year old...

How do i pronounce... "Cześć"
HAL9009 2 | 304  
19 Oct 2008 /  #29
chay_sh_ch said all together: chayshch
chay (as it sounds)
sh (like in shhhh)
ch (like in church)

Hang on I'll see If I can find one of the utube vids that has it....
OP Rob 1 | 10  
19 Oct 2008 /  #30
Ok Thanks a lot. Ill keep an eye out for that URL :P

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