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Poland boycotts German goods?


z_darius 14 | 3,968  
2 Sep 2008 /  #31
I have addressed this, yet another, gibberish of yours, polishforums.com/polish-18_27154_0.html#msg520060
JulietEcho 3 | 100  
4 Sep 2008 /  #32
is it a widespread boycott?

- More of a family tradition.... Besides German do the same, the Orlen gas stations in Germany had to change its names because Germans were avoiding them, knowing they are Polish.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
4 Sep 2008 /  #33
Is it true?

Not true at all. Personally I boycott Germans (except BB of course) but not Germanic products.

typical polish - boycott the good stuff ;)

Have you seen German porn ?
noimmigration  
4 Sep 2008 /  #34
Have you seen German porn ?

some German porn is so disgusting, that it isnt even arousing, it is more fascinating than anything else.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
4 Sep 2008 /  #35
Personally I boycott Germans (except BB of course) but not Germanic products

Oh, you mean you could drive in a Mercedes or a BMW? ;)
And a Porsche?...Well, if i remember well, Porsche was a Czech family...

some German porn is so disgusting, that it isnt even arousing, it is more fascinating than anything else

Then you shouldn't watch those vids everyday ^^
Michal2 - | 78  
5 Sep 2008 /  #36
lly I boycott Germans (except BB of course) but not Germanic products.

Yes you are prepared to live on German soil in Szczecin.
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
5 Sep 2008 /  #37
Soil in Szczecin is not German product.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
5 Sep 2008 /  #38
Yes you are prepared to live on German soil in Szczecin.

Kacap, If you want to **** people off then at least try to be effective.
Michal2 - | 78  
5 Sep 2008 /  #39
I am effective, Szczecin is a German town and therefore it was a German product.
Del boy 20 | 254  
5 Sep 2008 /  #40
Giermania and Ruskies vs rest of EU, thats completely different angle. New angle ...or not? :)
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,676  
5 Sep 2008 /  #41
What I don't get is this "WHY boycott Germans or Germany"...what does it bring Poles and Poland?
Why would you want to?
WHY???
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
5 Sep 2008 /  #42
"WHY boycott Germans or Germany"...what does it bring Poles and Poland?
Why would you want to?

it's not just the Poles mocking the Germans, Germans do a pretty good job out of mocking the Poles too. besides, that grudge from the Wolrd Wars is still there.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,676  
5 Sep 2008 /  #43
Germans do a pretty good job out of mocking the Poles too

Naaaah....

besides, that grudge from the Wolrd Wars is still there.

So...even 60+ years after, both now in the EU, probably future trench comrades there is a need to boycott Germany???

Ooookaaaay...
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
5 Sep 2008 /  #44
Naaaah....

um yes

So...even 60+ years after, both now in the EU, probably future trench comrades there is a need to boycott Germany???

i really don't think Polish people boycott anyone. it's true that many of us dislike the Germans, but not on this scale.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,676  
5 Sep 2008 /  #45
it's true that many of us dislike the Germans,

Why???
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
5 Sep 2008 /  #46
ask the Poles who dislike you people, i really don't have a problem with anyone.
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
5 Sep 2008 /  #47
I am effective, Szczecin is a German town and therefore it was a German product.

You certainly are effective in proving you have no understanding of words you use. Szczecin may be a German product, but not the soil in Szczecin, you dumbass
Michal2 - | 78  
5 Sep 2008 /  #48
not the soil in Szczecin, you dumbass

Why, is it Polish soil you dumbass?
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
5 Sep 2008 /  #49
look at the map of Europe and see for yourself, you dumbass
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
5 Sep 2008 /  #50
Why, is it Polish soil you dumbass?

It simply is... are you so stupid that we have to paint you that... ?

What I don't get is this "WHY boycott Germans or Germany"...what does it bring Poles and Poland?

Most of people here don't agree with that...
Easy_Terran 3 | 312  
5 Sep 2008 /  #51
there is a genuine original Polish word at all

Oh, there are. But in body language.

Dude, what have you been smoking? Whatever it is, it's definitely not good for your brains!
Bartolome 2 | 1,085  
5 Sep 2008 /  #52
Hey, not everybody. I, for one, dislike people who dislike me, not whole nations. German things are renowned for their quality. I rather try to avoid products 'Made in China' (although most of electronics is probably made there and it is very hard to find something not manufactured there). Not to mention Chinese use children in their production and pay peanuts, but great deal of their products contain toxic substances.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,676  
5 Sep 2008 /  #53
Yes, I understand if someone has reasons...that's why I asked for them...
Michal2 - | 78  
6 Sep 2008 /  #54
It simply is... are you so stupid that we have to paint you that... ?

Should read...it is simple....are you so stupid that we have to draw it out for you?

Rather like your example of cartoonish. Mind you, I invent Polish words from time to time too for that matter.
Daisy 3 | 1,227  
6 Sep 2008 /  #55
it is simple

The soil is simple?
Grzegorz was correct, when saying 'it simply is' he was saying it simply is Polish soil

What needs to be drawn out? water is drawn out of a well, pus is drawn out of a boil.

You paint a picture, you don't paint it out.
Switezianka - | 463  
6 Sep 2008 /  #56
Aren't most Polish words for tools actually German?

There are many German words for tools in Poland. Also, most sailing term are German. But I don't know how they came to Polish.

The Russian Language is much older and that partly explains why Russian is much harder than Polish and is less phonetic too. The Czech Language is probably more useful as it is nearer to Russian and you can easily learn Croatian, which is similar. Polish, which copies German patterns of speech is different and further away that other Slavonic languages. The Poles hate the Russians except for when their country is occupied and then it is the same old storey, 'please come and save us but do not stay a moment longer than is necessary'.

I haven't read such BS for a long time, even on the net.
Bartolome 2 | 1,085  
6 Sep 2008 /  #57
Also, most sailing term are German.

I'd rather say they come from English language. After all, Great Britain used to be the Queen of Seas.
Michal2 - | 78  
6 Sep 2008 /  #58
needs to be drawn out? water is drawn out of a well, pus is drawn out of a boil.

You draw something out and you pull water from a well. If your English is so bad stop trying to learn Polish. Incidentally, have you learn the language and bought your one way ticket yet? Are you not supposed to be working in a Polish hospital helping people/ Polish Forums is certainly a long way off that dream.

You write about the soil is simple'-is that English ziemia jest prosta-what does that mean? Is it Chinese?
McCoy 27 | 1,269  
6 Sep 2008 /  #59
Poland boycotts German gods

true, we've got our own, slavic gods.
ski 7 | 140  
6 Sep 2008 /  #60
Europe in 1908

poland

Poland 992 (10th century)

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