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Question: Do Polish girls prefer married men?


ladybird 1 | 10  
7 May 2007 /  #1
She was a quiet ,catholic family friend and even though I knew she fancied m husband I always thought she was too quiet and nice to try something. When I found out it was going on for a few months. Then she called me to find out if I was having sex with my husband! We are together as a family again but it's going to be difficult to regain the trust. Since this happened I found out that is quite common for polish girls t have affairs with married men.
glowa 1 | 291  
7 May 2007 /  #2
quite common for polish girls t have affairs with married men.

if they have affairs they have to have it with someone. statistically a 'someone' will be married in 50 % of cases, right?

do not blame Polish girls. kick your husband on the nuts instead..
OP ladybird 1 | 10  
7 May 2007 /  #3
I did!!!!!!!!!
And I'm not blaming only her... But what's with the catholic values? Iam an atheist and my moral values ans sense of family would not allowm me to do something like this...
glowa 1 | 291  
7 May 2007 /  #4
But what's with the catholic values?

they're over-rated, meaningless, misleading... wouldn't you agree?

to me personally - non-existent.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
7 May 2007 /  #5
hmmm... is there a theme developing here or is it just my imagination....
glowa 1 | 291  
7 May 2007 /  #6
no, I'm stopping here. I've said enough about the church institution and the catholic thingy in another topic.
OP ladybird 1 | 10  
7 May 2007 /  #7
Absolutely...
But the worse is the hipocrisy about it. How can you preach values, don't abide by them and when the sh**** hits the fan, kneel in the church and beg for forgiveness, even if one year down the line you're still doing the same sh***** as one year ago! Ridiculous!!!
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
7 May 2007 /  #8
i agree with you on the curch glowa but was talking about the OP

religion is a cop out for people who dont have what it takes within themselves... a crutch if you will
glowa 1 | 291  
7 May 2007 /  #9
But the worse is the hipocrisy about ...

well, I'm sorry you had to learn about it in such circumstances.
next time you come across a preacher, or a believer, throw a brick...
angel eyes 1 | 131  
7 May 2007 /  #10
when its offererd on a plate most men will take it.Your never gonna be able to trust him now.And that kind of damage to a marriage is irrepairable in my opinion .he will do it again especially now that you,ve let him away with it first time or is it only the first time he got caught?
OP ladybird 1 | 10  
7 May 2007 /  #11
do polish girls prefer married men?

She was a quiet, catholic family friend...Since then I've found out is quite common for polish girls to like married men. I actually think is an eastern europe women speciallity...
angel eyes 1 | 131  
7 May 2007 /  #12
polish girls to like married men

well you cn say then that its a speciality for married men to like polish women. there,s a few ways to look at it.
OP ladybird 1 | 10  
7 May 2007 /  #13
you might be right angel eyes It's actually second time and I know he's an idiot but we have children and for their sake I'm givingi it another go.I'm holding my breath but Iam not stupid and I am ready to be without him...

And she is still around trying o get to him... I actually feel she's a bit of a bunny boiler.
She changed jobs so she could e next tohim and changed houses and lives 5 minutes away from us... I don't think I will ever get rid of her.
angel eyes 1 | 131  
7 May 2007 /  #14
ladybird

Iv been there done that and wore the T-shirt my friend. your situation is vert simular to yours. the woman involved stalked my husband out of it but he secretly enjoyed it. I hold my hand up i took my husband back 3 times for the sake of our son but i just wasted more years and put up with more emotional torment.

he turned out to be a serial cheat so i had no choice to end my marriage or go on like this forever and now a year down the line im happier and more content than i have ever been in my life. hut i struggled to get here its not easy

my advice to you would be to leave him or your never gonna have peace in your life.
miranda  
7 May 2007 /  #15
It's actually second time and I know he's an idiot but we have children and for their sake I'm givingi it another go.

my advice to you would be to leave him or your never gonna have peace in your life.

OP ladybird 1 | 10  
7 May 2007 /  #16
we've separated for 6 months and my son suffered a lot, he was only 5 at the time end idolizes his daddy. But for sure this s is last chance to keep this family together...

Thanks for the advice...
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
7 May 2007 /  #17
It's actually second time

but Iam not stupid

glowa 1 | 291  
7 May 2007 /  #18
damn, this all sounds like an episode of Eastenders
angel eyes 1 | 131  
7 May 2007 /  #19
im glad this is very entertaining for you!
Hueg - | 320  
7 May 2007 /  #20
next time you come across a preacher, or a believer, throw a brick...

Yep faith is their protection. <thinks> Like a religious Batfink? Your bricks cannot harm me, my faith is like a shield of steel.

<two hours later in casualty>

No he didn't forsake me, it was just a test.

I think the concussion is worse than we thought Nurse. <nods>

sorry to hear of your predicament. With the benefit of distance and total lack of involvement, I think you're making a mistake. But that is what life is about I suppose.

Good luck, i hope you have some good friends on standby. :(
margaret  
7 May 2007 /  #21
what about the original question?
shelley007  
7 May 2007 /  #22
what a load of rubbish, read the posts on here and you will see how many english women are sleeping with married Polish men, I think its happening both ways the more we mix the more likely it is to happen
glowa 1 | 291  
7 May 2007 /  #23
im glad this is very entertaining for you!

sorry to hear of your predicament. With the benefit of distance and total lack of involvement, I think you're making a mistake. But that is what life is about I suppose.

Good luck, i hope you have some good friends on standby. :(

feels as if I had insulted someone bad. am I too cinical to get it, maybe?

Angel Eyes, no, I don't find what happened entertaining.
daffy 23 | 1,508  
7 May 2007 /  #24
what about the original question?

Question: Do Polish girls prefer married men?

What about it? its being/been discussed?
southern  
7 May 2007 /  #25
Ladybird discovers the catholic culture.I also used to be told that polish girls are strong,catholic virgins waiting for marriage.So I searched for czech,atheist liberal girls to end up sleeping with polish.

It seemed to me catholic culture did not have to do with a girl having sec or not but with the idea that sex should lead to marriage.This means polish girls will speak about marriage soon,in fact when they decide to have sex with someone.They talk about churches and things like that.This talk is the catholic culture.

For example a polish girl maysay after sex.Oh,it was such a sin.I will tell it to the priest.
Ladybird is an atheist.She does not tell it to the priest.So the God punishes her through one of his servants,an attractive polish girl.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
7 May 2007 /  #26
But what's with the catholic values? Iam an atheist and my moral values ans sense of family would not allowm me to do something like this...

Why do people presume that just by being a member of catholic church one has to be a bloody saint????

hmmm... is there a theme developing here or is it just my imagination....

I guess it's what you will make of it Bubba. Few months ago there was a quite large number of posts written by English women that were having affairs with polish men, yet I don't recall anyone trying to make a "theme" out of it.
sparrow 2 | 243  
7 May 2007 /  #27
For example a polish girl maysay after sex.Oh,it was such a sin.I will tell it to the priest.

Ever thought about doing stand-up comedy?

Ladybird is an atheist.She does not tell it to the priest.So the God punishes her through one of his servants,an attractive polish girl.

So in your mind, if you're an atheist god punishes you? And attractive Polish girls are servants of god?

Mate.. no one is getting punished. There are millions of agnostics & atheists living happy unpunished lives with a stable marriage & a nice family. Having jobs & enjoying life at it's fullest.
Ewa  
7 May 2007 /  #28
religion is a cop out for people who dont have what it takes within themselves... a crutch if you will

Don't put down other people's beliefs......nice generalisation there. I guess it's hard for you to accept that not everyone views the world through your eyes. Sad.
dourbest741 2 | 29  
8 May 2007 /  #29
In cases like these its unfortunate that someone singles would target someone unavailable. And just to be fair to eastern european girls I know of a moldovan girl who broke up with her DREAM spaniard boyfriend after she found out he was married. Most southern eastern europeans I know are very aggressive when seeking a SINGLE man I am aware of that but any married man that plays part of any game is 50% to blame.
glowa 1 | 291  
8 May 2007 /  #30
funny, you blame the girl. after all, she hasn't sworn anything to you Ladybird. right?
the dude has, though. it's him who broke his word, not the girl. i wonder if this 'hypocrisy' wouldn't apply to your husband rather than the girl.

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