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Polish Women to be nice respectful


Wolfie 10 | 79  
3 Sep 2006 /  #1
Ive found polish women and others to be nice respectful alot nicer than some british, but not pulling brits apart, its just my choice. and if i was to ever had the chance of having one on my arm, it would be a pleasure and a proud moment. I have no problem with any nationality in general, like i say its choice.
iwona 12 | 542  
3 Sep 2006 /  #2
I think it depends. British women are in general more independent and some can be to loud , tactless...
But I met qute a few british girls who are nice,delicate....
OP Wolfie 10 | 79  
3 Sep 2006 /  #3
some are but its rare, they seem very demanding and upfront these days, what happened to women as women. But we do live in the 21 century
playn  
3 Sep 2006 /  #4
i live in the state of texas and i must add i met an polish woman on line and man shes the best woman iv ever met she treats me better than any woman i have ever met shes smart beautiful and she dont waste nothing like we do here in the states she is one of a kind she is a model over in europe but when she was down here in texas she worked with me gettig dirty i remodel houses and she put on old clothes and got sweaty and all i was impressesd how many women from any where that is gorgeous will do that were getting married i dont think about any other woman shes everything i ever wanted in a woman
krysia 23 | 3,057  
3 Sep 2006 /  #5
That is nice to hear. I wish you the best of everything.
My brother married an American woman, and she didn't know how to cook. She would open up a can of beans and there was your supper. Put a frozen TV dinner in the microwave, and there's your lunch.

All my Polish friends know how to cook from very early in life. They observed their mothers cook and learned how to do it. They can make the most delicious meals out of nothing.

I grew up in Poland most of my life, and we didn't sit and watch TV like in America. We were always busy doing something.

How can Polish people be labeled as lazy?
playn  
3 Sep 2006 /  #6
lazy never she was the first polish woman i ever met and i knew when we first talked she was the one its not the beauty that captivates me its the intellicutual side of her that reaslly draws me to her she works hard and dont want me for money she likes to make her own money i feel like im the luckiest man in the world iv been looking up polish history and culture im intrested and getting to know all about her and some of the slavic language also i never thought true love ever existed or the fact as a soul mate thank god for computers without it id still be miserable dealing with a lot of selfish american women
krysia 23 | 3,057  
3 Sep 2006 /  #7
I like to make my own money too.
Some American women I know, want to find a guy who's rich, so they don't have to work. They'll go out with him, use his money and once he's broke, they'll drop him like a hot potato. Not all American women are like that. But I'm just saying generally, from what I've seen. Sometimes it's hard to find your True Love if you're blinded by money and fame. Some people just have to get back down to Earth.
OP Wolfie 10 | 79  
3 Sep 2006 /  #8
I think you found the Diamond in your christmas cracker, im really happy for you Playn. True love is hard to find, but you seem to found it with your Polish Princess.

Good luck friend
krysia 23 | 3,057  
3 Sep 2006 /  #9
So Wolfie, how old are you?
plg 17 | 263  
3 Sep 2006 /  #10
how old are you krysia hahahahahaha
krysia 23 | 3,057  
3 Sep 2006 /  #11
hahahahahahahahahah
plg. How old are you?????????????
IndianPolishGurl  
3 Sep 2006 /  #12
That is nice to hear. I wish you the best of everything.
My brother married an American woman, and she didn't know how to cook. She would open up a can of beans and there was your supper. Put a frozen TV dinner in the microwave, and there's your lunch.
All my Polish friends know how to cook from very early in life. They observed their mothers cook and learned how to do it. They can make the most delicious meals out of nothing.
I grew up in Poland most of my life, and we didn't sit and watch TV like in America. We were always busy doing something.
How can Polish people be labeled as lazy?

Ive grown up in the US... but I dont know how much of an American I am... when I too grew up without TV... I have been able to cook since I was 10 years old.... I can cook almost anything Indian and Polish... I never had frozen TV dinners when I think about it... and I too was always busy if not with stuff at home, school, then sports, dance, piano... I dunno... I wouldnt ever call Polish or Indians lazy... we work like ants haha :)
OP Wolfie 10 | 79  
4 Sep 2006 /  #13
Howdy babes ya know how old i am, i did tell you.

Tut tut xxxx
krysia 23 | 3,057  
4 Sep 2006 /  #14
You're at that age when pepole start a new chapter, a new beginning in their lives.
You've met us..............
OP Wolfie 10 | 79  
4 Sep 2006 /  #15
Im speechless......Yee haaaaaaaaa

LOL
thebusiness  
4 Sep 2006 /  #16
hi there

:) :) :)any polish girls there

krysia
krysia 23 | 3,057  
4 Sep 2006 /  #17
I have to wash my hair....:)
OP Wolfie 10 | 79  
5 Sep 2006 /  #18
Can i ask a stupid question for a minute.
How do the parents of the Polish Community in Poland itself feel about there sons and daughters marrying say someone in the UK or USA, do they look at it as making a better life in the west for them. Would they have there siblings go out with a western person then say one from there own country.

Im just curious thats all so dont scream at me !!
iwona 12 | 542  
5 Sep 2006 /  #19
it depends.

I know polish woman here who has 2 sons- they moved to UK as small boys and were educated here. Older one married polish girl, she moved here just after graduating in Poland and found good job here.

Younger one will marry in September with half English girl. It is ok but I wouldn' say his mum is very happy about it.
They are big polish family, having big polish Christmas, Easter here. This girl doesn't much eat polish food doesn't speak polish.... just different culture. I think she doesn't even make effort to be more accepted in his family.

I think that this woman would prefer her son to marry polish girl. But as she said they love each other , are happy together so she accepted it.

Another example polish woman little lazy married English man with good job and salary- she doesn't even want to work.
polaca 1 | 76  
5 Sep 2006 /  #20
Ok i think its my time to say something, im polish girl living in poland :)
First of all i must agree with one point. Yes most of polish women cook very well.
For polish women knowledge about cooking its a duty.
I think i would be very difficult to find here a woman who use to prepare ready tv dinner in microwave.
What about other aspects.....i dont know.
Some of polish girls are nice and some not.
It depends on family, friends, living space.....like everywhere.
but in fact i think polish women are much better than british.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
5 Sep 2006 /  #21
Ok i think its my time to say something, im polish girl living in poland

but in fact i think polish women are much better than british.

There aren't that many English women in Poland :) , so how do you know that there are worse than you?

I think that because of so many compliments addressed towards Polish girls, some of them started to believe in their superiority. Let me tell you something then. I have met a lot of English ladies that were very kind, warm, funny, well mannered, intelligent and I really enjoyed talking with them.

A pretty English girl is in no way worse than a pretty Polish girl. Of course that rule applies both ways.

And regarding all those complements, please bear in mind that the authors of half of them think that since you were raised in a "traditional way", whatever does that mean, you will make fine housewife, that will breed them children, clean the house and cook dinners for them without any complaint, and the rest wants just to fcuk you!
iwona 12 | 542  
5 Sep 2006 /  #22
but in fact i think polish women are much better than british.

I wouldn't say so.

I would say that lots of british women are too comfortable but they were brought up this way.

And yes cooking is not their strong point. I don't know why??????
My husband's mum is retired she is good cook and she buys canned soups from tesco?

On the other hand in Poland saying...noone will marry you if you can't cook.....is quite actual.
Which put woman in a position of man servant a little.
polaca 1 | 76  
5 Sep 2006 /  #23
Please dont get me wrong.
I dont mean tha im polish so polish women are better.
In poland we havent a lot of british women, only in summer.
I met a lot of british girls in uk.
I could observe them on parties, daily life....and sorry but some situations i couldnt accept.
English adults are very nice and kind, but young women and teenagers....not.
They are very rude.
Its only my opinion. I didnt want to say anything wrong.
OP Wolfie 10 | 79  
5 Sep 2006 /  #24
Polaca you say some words of truth in the young women and teenagers are rude, alot are and thats purely down to out british society and some bad parenting. I also think in different cultures women do different things, because they are brought up different. It has been proven that young ladies shall we say in the UK are far worse then the boys now.

Different countrys have different cultures and standards of living, and their rules are different to ours. The polish that i know of that live around this area are very westernised and as far as i know have never gone back, which is a shame, as i think you should hang on to your roots of where you came from.

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blur13  
5 Sep 2006 /  #25
Unfortunately polaca, what I think you may have experienced during your time in the UK is our 'wonderful' new chav culture.

A lot of the teenagers nowadays (and up until their early 20s) are walking around jobless, pregnant, drinking, smoking, foul-mouthed, wearing lots of gold Argos 'Elizabeth Duke' jewellery, stripey Burberry clothes, tracksuits, and so on.

Yes, it's the stereotypical chav image, but my God, I see it so often whilst out and about that sometimes you realise the stereotypes are in fact true!
Shelley  
5 Sep 2006 /  #26
A lot of the teenagers nowadays (and up until their early 20s) are walking around jobless, pregnant, drinking, smoking, foul-mouthed, wearing lots of gold Argos 'Elizabeth Duke' jewellery, stripey Burberry clothes, tracksuits, and so on

LOL - especially at the the Elizabeth Duke.....

I work in a town just outside Manchester and my goodness there are lots like the above I can tell you....you forgot to mention the ones that wear a size 8 and are in fact a size 16!!
iwona 12 | 542  
5 Sep 2006 /  #27
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I think that it is the culture now ....... It can change for next generation.

It is true Shelley about size 8 clothes and size 16:) it looks awful.

There is one thing about culture here I don't understand.

It is only my observation but it is obsession about children, having children talking non stop about them ( ever so boring some women in my work they don't seem to have anything more to say) Everything is so materialistic Christmas shopping from September.....buying buying things for children they not even enjoy it so much. Is it buying their love?

Then children get teneegares start swearing at parents move out very young and that is it. Something is missing like bond between parent and children which I think is much stronger in Poland.

Unfortunately polaca, what I think you may have experienced during your time in the UK is our 'wonderful' new chav culture.

A lot of the teenagers nowadays (and up until their early 20s) are walking around jobless, pregnant, drinking, smoking, foul-mouthed, wearing lots of gold Argos 'Elizabeth Duke' jewellery, stripey Burberry clothes, tracksuits, and so on.

Yes, it's the stereotypical chav image, but my God, I see it so often whilst out and about that sometimes you realise the stereotypes are in fact true!


It is true Blur,

That is why when I will get old and vunerable I want to come back to Poland.
Shelley  
5 Sep 2006 /  #28
It is only my observation but it is obsession about children, having children talking non stop about them ( ever so boring some women in my work they don't seem to have anything more to say) Everything is so materialistic Christmas shopping from September.....buying buying things for children they not even enjoy it so much. Is it buying their love?

The children thing is true, it's all about the 'one for me syndrome' and yes I find it a little bit boring when people talk non stop about their kids. The buying kids affection is also true, parents spend less time with their kids due to work etc., so it's a case of instead of quality time they buy them something....It's quite sad. Both of my brothers coach the teams my nephews play on (one plays rugby one plays football) in order for them to spend time with the boys, but I come from a family where family is important, take for instance when my sister turned 40 last year, they had a party which the children could attend so it was more a family afair as a posed to an adults only - it all depends on what you value really.
iwona 12 | 542  
5 Sep 2006 /  #29
Maybe I shouldn't say it but maybe it is connected also with religion?
You come from catholic family so family is important for you. I don't know much about Irish culture but even watching some irish films they seem to be very family orientated.

I heard someone saying in my work .....oh religion is dodgy....She doesn't know anything about it just completely indifferent ,shallow attitude.
Decorator 4 | 291  
5 Sep 2006 /  #30
I was born to 2 Catholic Irish parents, for me religion causes too many problems in this world as it is. I think it comes down to the individual at the end of the day.. Oh and i prefer Rugby..!

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