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Are there any other countries that Polish immigrants are going to?


Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
16 Jul 2007 /  #61
It was brave for Artur to help.Those attackers are not average Scots - sounds like they are druggie/drunk lowlifes.

Don't worry truebrit. We know that.
Nikkola  
28 Sep 2007 /  #62
I notice lots of people are saying 'England and Ireland'
What about Scotland?
Us Scots arent all that bad (:
I know lots of Poles here too.
..I have a thing for one called Michal (; haha.
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554  
28 Sep 2007 /  #63
What about Scotland?

I know some PL living in Edinburgh. some go to Uni and some just work there. I think there may be more students though.
Nikkola  
28 Sep 2007 /  #64
and in reply to the Sunday Mail link, there's quite a lot of idiots like that in Scotland. They just need to get a grip to be honest.

I'm 15 and trying my hardest to learn Polish but my pronouncations aren't good. I sound French when i try speak different languages too, which doesnt help

>.> I'm keeping practising though ^^

Yes, there's 6 Polish students at my high school (:
They're all lovely
osiol 55 | 3,922  
28 Sep 2007 /  #65
I sound French when i try speak different languages

That's alright, French can sound quite nice.
randompal 7 | 306  
5 Oct 2007 /  #66
Are there any other countries that Polish immigrants are going to?

there was an article in Gazeta Wyborcza recently about the immigrant Polish community in Iceland
nimby  
6 Oct 2007 /  #67
i like th eway this post ignores the bad reputation poles are making for themselves everywhere, especially iceland and the UK. maybe it is time that all the poles went home
Polson 5 | 1,771  
6 Oct 2007 /  #68
the bad reputation poles are making for themselves everywhere

I'm not sure Irish people do think the same... ;)

By the way, Iceland must be great (to go on holiday, to work, don't know...)
osiol 55 | 3,922  
6 Oct 2007 /  #69
Iceland

I know a Polish man who left the UK, saying he was going to Iceland next.
I can't imagine him staying long - isn't alcohol ridiculously expensive there.

nimby

Does anyone use this word in a positive context?
Not in my back yard, they don't.
randompal 7 | 306  
7 Oct 2007 /  #70
isn't alcohol ridiculously expensive there

everything is, including Prince Polo bars which have started popping up in shops here and there because of the increasing Polish presence (and Icelanders supposedly like them a lot too, at least that's what the article mentioned).

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