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Rules for dating Polish girls


spiritus  
19 Oct 2006 /  #1
As this always seems to be a hot topic I thought I would pass on this information which I found on another site.

I didn't realise there were so MANY rules. I think I'd only get to #5 before begging for sex !!!

0. Never date more than one girl. Such misbehavior will be exposed sooner or later and no self-respecting woman will let you get away with it.

1. Polish girls like self-confident but not overconfident men. So, men entrust their masculinity to cars, clothes, and accessories are no longer a catch.

2. Think beyond material needs. A girl appreciates lunch or dinner, but she equally enjoys bike rides or reading a book together.

3. Don't be ashamed of your girlfriend before your friends. She will sense it immediately and will not forget it easily.

4. Compromise. You won't get far if you stick with your rules especially if your partner does the same. Open conversation may be very helpful in solving problems.

5. Generally, Polish women despise bragging, the "American way" of evaluating oneself. Being modest pays off when others loose points due to their wild imagination and an excessive self-esteem.

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All rules (30 total) can be found at polishmarriage.org/polishdating.html
bolo 2 | 304  
19 Oct 2006 /  #2
My self-esteem is too low so it's hard to get a girl I want (especially Polish one...). Other nations seem to be a little easier ...:).

"A girl appreciates lunch or dinner, but she equally enjoys bike rides or reading a book together."

Also, I would remove the word "bike" from the above sentence to make it more accurate... :)
krysia 23 | 3,057  
19 Oct 2006 /  #3
I would remove the word "bike" from the above sentence

And what would you replace it with?????? Huh???
bolo 2 | 304  
19 Oct 2006 /  #4
I would just leave "ride" - the rest depends on your imagination.. :)
plg 17 | 263  
19 Oct 2006 /  #5
your slow krysia

maybe replace bikes with krysia bolo

is that what your saying or wanting maybe???????/
krysia 23 | 3,057  
19 Oct 2006 /  #6
OHHHH, now I get it!!!! Well why didn't you say so in the first place.
Horsey-back rides!
bolo 2 | 304  
20 Oct 2006 /  #7
It's funny or interesting - depends who's watching it. "The flirting course" or how to get any woman you want.

Don't know if that's gonna work (I would need it for sure though) - kursuwodzenia.pl/nauka_nie_zalogowany.html - click on the "Uruchom" icon [in Polish].
krysia 23 | 3,057  
20 Oct 2006 /  #8
Hahahahahaha NLS hahahahahahahah
koziol  
21 Oct 2006 /  #9
bollocks
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554  
21 Oct 2006 /  #10
Care to elaborate...or is your brain not capable of doing that?
Arrgghh!!  
21 Oct 2006 /  #11
If you're a guy and you want to date in Poland...

Just wave your non-Polish passport and a wadge of dollars, or better still, euro or pounds. In the top night clubs of Warsaw I've seen bald, fat English guys dating the most gorgeous chicks you can imagine - the most beautiful in the entire club, real stunners, and some of the women here are outrageously pretty...

A sense of humour helps too. Polish men don't have a sense of humour; so any westerner with humour is an instant winner. Just smile at them. Polish women are not used to men smiling. It's about as common in Poland as a Microsoft admitting that their software is crap

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0. Never date more than one girl. Such misbehavior will be exposed sooner or later and no self-respecting woman will let you get away with it.

What an utter load of crap!
If you want a girl here, you need to date a few at a time, to find one that is at least a little normal. Polish girls are mostly looking for long term partners, not for fun... Then there's the problem that very few young women here have their own flats... They mostly live with their parents.

Most of the women here are so screwed up it's unreal (almost as screwed up as Polish men, who are much, much worse....!)
Kowalski 7 | 621  
22 Oct 2006 /  #12
You are an idiot!
iwona 12 | 542  
22 Oct 2006 /  #13
he si idiot shallow minded man with very superior attitude.
fed up  
22 Oct 2006 /  #14
6- as a guy.... you pay for everything involving you and your girlfriend

7- she will spend ridiculous amounts of money on ridiculous things she will use 1-2 times. and you better not say anything about it, or WW3

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sledz 23 | 2,250  
22 Oct 2006 /  #15
Hey did you get rid of them Dogs yet?
hello  
22 Oct 2006 /  #16
and you better not say anything about it, or WW3

OK, but what's your point? If you don't like dating girls (or a particular girl), why don't you break up with her? Probably you get even more than you have to "sacrifice" and that's the reason.
krysia 23 | 3,057  
23 Oct 2006 /  #17
almost as screwed up as Polish men, who are much, much worse....!)

How are they screwed up?
Spirytus  
31 Oct 2006 /  #18
5. Generally, Polish women despise bragging, the "American way" of evaluating oneself. Being modest pays off when others loose points due to their wild imagination and an excessive self-esteem.

That's very stereotypical - the "American Way" comment. I've seen Brits I've worked with in the past (automotive industry), out-brag Americans to the point of being ridiculous. They talked about everything from the town they lived in, to places they've been on "holiday," to how much they can drink, to their local or favorite football club, to how much money they make... shall I continue? ...

I've seen Polish men do this too... Friday or Saturday night at the club, to pay a measly $2 or $5 entrance fee, they have to pull out a wad of money (their entire pay for the week, no doubt), and hand the doorman a $50 or $100 to pay that tiny fee, making sure anyone within a 30 foot radius sees all the money they have. Again, ridiculous.

This isn't an "American" thing. Oh, I did it too occasionaly when I was younger, but the fact that you have a penis and too much testosterone coursing through your system makes you feel you need to do this.

No, it's not an ethnic thing; it a maturity thing.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
31 Oct 2006 /  #19
Just wave your non-Polish passport and a wadge of dollars, or better still, euro or pounds.

Ok, omit the "non-polish passport" part, and you can successfully replace the word "Warsaw" with "London", "Paris", "Berlin", "New York", etc...
Spirytus  
31 Oct 2006 /  #20
5. Generally, Polish women despise bragging, the "American way" of evaluating oneself. Being modest pays off when others loose points due to their wild imagination and an excessive self-esteem.

That's very stereotypical - the "American Way" comment. I've seen Brits I've worked with in the past (automotive industry), out-brag Americans to the point of being ridiculous. They talked about everything from the town they lived in, to places they've been on "holiday," to how much they can drink, to their local or favorite football club, to how much money they make... shall I continue? ...

I've seen Polish men do this too... Friday or Saturday night at the club, to pay a measly $2 or $5 entrance fee, they have to pull out a wad of money (their entire pay for the week, no doubt), and hand the doorman a $50 or $100 to pay that tiny fee, making sure anyone within a 30 foot radius sees all the money they have. Again, ridiculous.

This isn't an "American" thing. Oh, I did it too occasionaly when I was younger, but the fact that you have a penis and too much testosterone coursing through your system makes you feel you need to do this.

No, it's not an ethnic thing; it a maturity thing.
dziwna_gruszka - | 197  
31 Oct 2006 /  #21
Dear koziol what in the world is a bollock? and Bolo don't put yourself down i mean the only way to get a girl is to be confident and confortable with yourself..!!!

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Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
31 Oct 2006 /  #22
6- as a guy.... you pay for everything involving you and your girlfriend

For me it's obvious that since I'm asking a girl out on a date it's my responsibility to pay for it. It's just a part of our culture. If you don’t like it, don’t date polish girls.
dziwna_gruszka - | 197  
31 Oct 2006 /  #23
You are considered to be a gentlemen if you do ... i mean if you ask a girl on a date doesn't it make sense... if she asks you then i mean if i asked a guy to go out for dinner with me then i would pay but that's a different story
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
31 Oct 2006 /  #24
Dear koziol what in the world is a bollock

Just a british way of saying "bullshit" or that's "crap"
dziwna_gruszka - | 197  
31 Oct 2006 /  #25
Ahh gotcha.!!! now i understand wow british is full of so many different words i would never think of in my life!!!
nauczyciel  
31 Oct 2006 /  #26
i'm from Canada and came to PL to visit my GF. i rented a mieszkanie for the month and i paid for everything:food, entertainment, you name it. her attitude changed when i turned off the money tap.

back in Canada....the bf and gf split the cost of things. we treat eachother.

I'm not bitter.....I live in PL now and just wanted to share what happens back home.
danuta - | 17  
31 Oct 2006 /  #27
I think he has to be funny and make me laugh. money is not importent if you really
care for someone special.
Huegel 1 | 296  
31 Oct 2006 /  #28
money is not importent

Don't suppose you could have a chat with my gf then could you? :)
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
31 Oct 2006 /  #29
if she asks you then i mean if i asked a guy to go out for dinner with me then i would pay but that's a different story

Call me old-fashioned, but I wouldn't allow that. :)

i'm from Canada and came to PL to visit my GF.

Sorry to hear that, but it's obvious that aside from greed she had no filings for you. A normal polish lady wouldn't take such an advantage from you. I think that in a very short time you will be able to "smell" a gold digger form a mile.

Pozdrawiam :)
Huegel 1 | 296  
31 Oct 2006 /  #30
Dear koziol what in the world is a bollock

A bollock in its literal meaning is a testicle, usually plural, bollocks (we mostly have 2) :) but yeah in this context it was bollocks...meaning what a load of rubbish. :)

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