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This is probably going to be silly but.. I really want a Polish boyfriend


Andrew78 - | 97  
26 Aug 2008 /  #31
Texas girl what's up baby girl,i'm from Chicago but live in Uk.What you doing here
umm_hottie 2 | 75  
26 Aug 2008 /  #32
Andrew78
Today, 16:36 Report #31

Texas girl what's up baby girl,i'm from Chicago but live in Uk.What you doing here

If your talking too me
im awesome and because my mom and dad moved us over here
what about you
OP melanieebby 1 | 13  
26 Aug 2008 /  #33
75% Polish = from the neck down... head is another 25% of a different nationality...

lol exactly.

I just cant work out how somone can be 75% Polish. Please enlighten me???

its probably incorrect but the way i saw it was my mom is 100% so i got 50% from her and my dad was 50% polish 50% ukranian so i got 25% of both which makes 75% polish and 25% ukranian.

now someone yell at me and tell me how stupid this reasoning is. ;)

I wish the 3rd and 4th generations would wake up and realise that they are actually Americans.

i dont think this will ever happen. most young people in america stay in groups based on nationality.
glamrockxx - | 36  
26 Aug 2008 /  #34
its probably incorrect but the way i saw it was my mom is 100% so i got 50% from her and my dad was 50% polish 50% ukranian so i got 25% of both which makes 75% polish and 25% ukranian.

now someone yell at me and tell me how stupid this reasoning is. ;)

That sounds correct to me!
i_love_detroit 1 | 69  
28 Aug 2008 /  #36
I REALLY want a Polish boyfriend...and eventually a husband. The problem is that I am not 100% polish, only about 75%. I also can't speak the language, but I'm trying very hard to learn! Do you think him and his family would still accept me? Or am i completely hopeless...? I'm willing to change for him. I know i sound silly, what do you guys think? Thanks for reading, Take care (:

Guys... Honestly... What do you mean I want a Polish girlfriend/boyfriend... Why would nationality matter at all? Is nationality changing us in anyway? Is our passport making us better/smarter/more handsome/etc?

Of course the only difference is in the way that surroding in countries where one was living changed him, but it still doesn't mean much.

I find all this request a bit racist, just as I would find "i want a blonde boyfriend/girlfriend.
But this is just me, so forgive me my...
Danny 2 | 91  
28 Aug 2008 /  #37
I find all this request a bit racist, just as I would find "i want a blonde boyfriend/girlfriend

That's... not REALLY racism. Strictly speaking.
OP melanieebby 1 | 13  
28 Aug 2008 /  #38
you made me feel bad detroit :(
maybe im just not thinking clearly.
i_love_detroit 1 | 69  
28 Aug 2008 /  #39
I am not saying ppl who look for a ppl of a certain nationality are racist because it is definitly not true, but it is kind of like it. It got some similarities, i might have used too strong words. I just think its silly. It is like asking for a 6'7'' blond, blue-eyed, guy that will come on a horseback.

I am sorry Melaniibby i made you feel bad. I am just speaking my mind. I might be wrong. Why don't you speak back though and tell me why is it that you want a boyfriend of Polish nationaity.

I think love doesn't choose, sometimes when we are looking for something too hard, we can miss it when it is just in front of us.

BTW, where are you from in Michigan? Just curiosity, i used to live in Detroit, as you can easily figure out.
OP melanieebby 1 | 13  
28 Aug 2008 /  #40
when i was younger my grandmas side of the family was very polish and had a strong polish culture surrounding them. sadly most have passed away now, and i really want to feel that belonging again. silly? i dont know.

and yes i live about 3 minutes from Detroit, in a city called Warren lol.
i_love_detroit 1 | 69  
29 Aug 2008 /  #41
Lucky you, I love Detroit ( :P ) and I am coming to visit it summer 2009. The need of belonging again is not silly. It is quite on contrary very positive in my opinion that someone wants to trace his/her orgins, is interested in the past and wants to match it with the present. What is silly in my opinion is trying to find partner necessary from that group. I mean, mayby I am an idealist but I think that it is not up to us whater our second half is Polish, Greek, American, Nigeria, Chinese, etc you name it. It is like agreeing on the half that doesn't fit us only because it if from certain part of world. Now, i know that is not entirely what you meant, but it is how i got it! Put I am looking for an interesting/charming/intelligent/handsome (although that's kinda racist again for me :P)/strong guy, and if it turns out he's Polish great.

Ok, I hope I made myself clear, what do you think? Or do you still think it is ok to choose the nationality of a person before you meet him?

Stop looking for a "racism" argument where there isn't one. Read the thread properly!
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
29 Aug 2008 /  #42
this is probably going to sound silly but i want 50 Polish girlfriends, then i would like to move to an arabic country where it would be legal to marry all 50, then i would like to father four children with each. After that i would like to claim benefits in the UK when i have moved back from the arabic nation after marriage, then i could make myself and my 50 wives millionaires with all that money rolling in.

so what do you think?? sounds like a plan to me :) lol
OP melanieebby 1 | 13  
29 Aug 2008 /  #43
what do you think?

i understand where you're coming from, and i take everything you said into consideration.

I am looking for an interesting/charming/intelligent/handsome/strong guy

isn't that all polish men anyway? :P

just kidding detroit, don't chop my head off :D

Tornado that's brilliant! let me know how that works out for you! (: (:
bluebird - | 36  
25 Oct 2008 /  #44
Maybe you should book a Plumber and answer the door in sexy underwear?

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