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The Poles working abroad are raking it in


Wroclaw Boy  
14 Sep 2009 /  #1
Im my time here in Poland ive noticed certain trends during popular holiday periods, especially peak summer, Christmas and Easter. That is the amount of UK registered cars on the roads, they get better and better every year. These are obviously the Poles living and working in England driving back for holidays. Something else ive noticed is that the cars seem to get better and better, 06 Audi's, BMW's, and all the rest.

and they say 50% of UK Poles have come back to Poland, not in a month of sundays, they've tasted the good life why come back to £600 / month?? If theyre lucky!

Whilst were on the subject the cars with UK plates seem to drive extra crazy. If its a real Brit they usually flash me or something but that is becoming less and less common. 98% of UK registered cars in Poland are driven by Poles i would say.
beazee - | 31  
14 Sep 2009 /  #2
98% of UK registered cars in Poland are driven by Poles i would say.

And I second that.
And the only reason is to show off.
MrBubbles 10 | 614  
14 Sep 2009 /  #3
they've tasted the good life why come back to £600 / month?? If theyre lucky!

Well, living abroad isn't for everyone, WB
OP Wroclaw Boy  
14 Sep 2009 /  #4
And the only reason is to show off.

I totally ripped some Polish guy this morning, he over took me on a straight when there was no where to go in a fcuking Passat. I missed my turn to keep racing this guy and waited for the right time, he was in front of me and a truck, he pulled out to overtake the truck at the same timer i pulled out and hit the power in my 280 BHP Mercedes, i was right up his ass when he pulled in and blasted past at around 180 kmph.

He stayed with me till the next raffic lights which we were both behind another truck, i coasted slow behind this truck till a half opportunity represented itself and it did with a 600 meter window on the opposite side of the road, i accelerated 100% hit the power and pulled out there was a car coming the other way but had plenty of time to make it back in I gave the customary middle fingur salute from my right hand window to the rear and ploughed on through, the oncoming car broke and pulled over but there was no need, i was through with loads to spare.

Fcuk you *******...
dnz 17 | 710  
14 Sep 2009 /  #5
I've noticed this too, You can usually tell if its a pole driving as it wont have tax in the window,

I was fairly tempted to buy a TT supra or skyline GTR just so that I can blow off idiots in Porsches etc :) £3000 quid car fully paid pushing epic power for vs IT consultant in a leased/Finance porsche being blown away by a mid 90's toyota or nissan, I reckon that would **** them off somewhat.
Paulie 1 | 43  
14 Sep 2009 /  #6
You can usually tell if its a pole driving as it wont have tax in the window

I've noticed that too. Lots of them. So technically the car cannot be insured in the UK - as its without tax, and it cannot be registered in Poland because it is RHD. Therefore, these cnuts are driving around illegally.
dnz 17 | 710  
14 Sep 2009 /  #7
As pointless as road tax is i think you are right, Some insurance companies don't require the car to be taxed if its being driven outside the uk but most do, RHD cars can be registered in Poland now :)
OP Wroclaw Boy  
14 Sep 2009 /  #8
I've noticed that too. Lots of them.

Im talking about holiday periods only so id assume most of them do have UK road Tax as theyre only here for a while.
BritishEmpire - | 148  
14 Sep 2009 /  #9
I think they have to take the car out of the uk once every 6 months if they don't pay road tax.
Yes its true many of the poles have gone out and spent most of they're money on news cars, mobiles e.t.c.
We find it quite funny at the place where i work, every day they pull up in they're BMW's, AUDI's e.t.c with some weird eastern european rap pumping out of the window whilst wearing shades even though its not sunny.

Then when the time comes to leave they all set the volume to max, screech out of the car park and then proceed to drive like a teenage pleb thats just past his test.
Paulie 1 | 43  
14 Sep 2009 /  #10
most of them do have UK road Tax as theyre only here for a while

I see lots of 10+ year old cars that have been bought for say, 3,000-2,000GBP in the UK. Then brought back to Poland and used as run-arounds. Minus the tax disc and tax disc holder.

I just can't believe that they are legal.

RHD cars can be registered in Poland now :)

Is this true??
OP Wroclaw Boy  
14 Sep 2009 /  #11
Honestly i havent seen any. and i drive a lot the Poles are shite scared of the authoroties.
dnz 17 | 710  
14 Sep 2009 /  #12
I don't think the police here know that tax is mandatory, They looked at me very confused when i handed them an insurance document from tesco motor insurance and asked how i bought insurance from tesco. A v5 leaves them flummoxed and they seem to think that the MOT certificate is insurance,
Harry  
14 Sep 2009 /  #13
the oncoming car broke and pulled over but there was no need, i was through with loads to spare.

You complete and utter twat. I really do hope that you don't kill anybody else before you kill yourself. No doubt that if the other driver had locked his brakes up and skidded off the road, you'd consider yourself to be utterly blameless for that. C*nts like you should take the bus.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
14 Sep 2009 /  #14
I wonder if they skipped their training sessions on that matter. As for Poles abroad raking it in, some can work and get benefits too. They are good at minimising their overheads as they've had a lifetime's training. It is their main objective to save up. They still get almost 5PLN to the pound so 5000PLN for a 1000 pound job. They buy a lot of the przecena/okazja (bargain) items which are coming up to or at their best before date.
OP Wroclaw Boy  
14 Sep 2009 /  #15
C*nts like you should take the bus

Well thanks Harry, all ive got to say to that is if you cant beat them join them. You obviously dont drive so stick to your trams and buses and leave the driving to the professionals.
mvefa 5 | 591  
14 Sep 2009 /  #16
the oncoming car broke and pulled over but there was no need, i was through with loads to spare.

And he feels proud of his great deeds! someday you will kill someone and end up in jail, being ass-raped as i know you secretly enjoy.

Let the esteroids dude, they are destroying your already nut-size dead brain..
MrBubbles 10 | 614  
14 Sep 2009 /  #17
Sorry, but as a man who has regular sex with his wife and therefore has no need to waggle his dick in front of other men, I can't follow where this thread is going. I gather you like to drive fast cars yes?
Harry  
14 Sep 2009 /  #18
You obviously dont drive so stick to your trams and buses and leave the driving to the professionals.

Professionals? Mate, I used to get paid to drive cars and then write about my thoughts of them.

I most certainly do drive and very much enjoy driving. One of the things I don't enjoy about driving is macho dickheads who try to make up for their under-sized penises by driving with insane amounts of agression. Personally I have no problem in stopping by the side of the road and waiting to see if the c*nt in question wants to be as agressive out of their car as in it but almost none do and the very few who do see the six D-cell maglite in my hand and then disappear.
mvefa 5 | 591  
14 Sep 2009 /  #19
One of the things I don't enjoy about driving is macho dickheads who try to make up for their under-sized penises by driving with insane amounts of agression

That's WroclawBoy for sure, those esteroids are really messing up his little brain. He is probably already impotent from all that sh*t he injects up his escrotum... :S
OP Wroclaw Boy  
14 Sep 2009 /  #20
I most certainly do drive and very much enjoy driving.

Like an old fart obviously.

One of the things I don't enjoy about driving is macho dickheads who try to make up for their under-sized penises by driving with insane amounts of agression.

One thing i really enjoy is ripping up old farts like you and then cutting in real close to scare the shite outta them.

Personally I have no problem in stopping by the side of the road and waiting to see if the c*nt in question wants to be as agressive out of their car as in it but almost none do and the very few who do see the six D-cell maglite in my hand and then disappear.

Youre such a tough guy,. one day i'll be in Warsaw in one of youre broadcasted venues and well see how tough you are then.

Harry you always give it the large on here, if we were to meat in the real world id intimidate you in a second not from my size but my persona if that did'nt work we'll go to the fists and you aint gonna like it mate, believe me..
dnz 17 | 710  
14 Sep 2009 /  #21
Just out of interest why do people in Poland always assume if you drive a decent car then you have a small penis? Is there some scientific proof that these 2 factors are related?

In that case mine must have grown significantly as i had a 2 tonne 7 series BMW and now I have a maluch,

I agree somewhat with WB, in the uk you drive like everyone else and people are often courteous enough to let you pull out etc, In PL you have to drive defensively or even offensively in order to get anywhere, Its sad but i've really noticed the difference in the way other motorists tread you depending on the car you drive, In the fiat i get cut up all the time, overtaken in stupid places etc, In the BMW everyone moved out of my way and never pulled out in front of me,

It will be interesting to see what other motorists make of a 450 bhp oriental rocket which looks very understated.

Harry which magazine TV programme did you work for?
OP Wroclaw Boy  
14 Sep 2009 /  #23
It will be interesting to see what other motorists make of a 450 bhp oriental rocket which looks very understated.

Go on DNZ, they have no fcuking idea..
mvefa 5 | 591  
14 Sep 2009 /  #24
are you espanish?

No gringa, ;) i just like to put the E where it doesn't belong :p
Harry  
14 Sep 2009 /  #25
Like an old fart obviously.

No, I'm more than capable of driving rapidly. I just understand the difference between the track and the road.

One thing i really enjoy is ripping up old farts like you and then cutting in real close to scare the shite outta them.

No doubt you also enjoyed torturing small animals when you were a child. But do keep driving in the same way that you do now: sooner or later you'll either kill yourself or somebody else (doubtless it will, in your mind at least, be not in the slightest bit your fault that they die) and then one way or another we won't have to worry about you being on the roads. I just hope it's nobody I know.

Harry you always give it the large on here, if we were to meat in the real world id intimidate you in a second not from my size but my persona if that did'nt work we'll go to the fists and you aint gonna like it mate, believe me..

I always give it large? Well as it is coming from somebody who is expert in threatening violence and boasting about his manly abilities, I'll take that as a compliment. As for what might happen when we meet, I'm sure your daughter will thank you forever for her first memory being visiting her father in prison. Perhaps you may want to lay off the steriods slightly.
dnz 17 | 710  
14 Sep 2009 /  #26
PF trip to Tor poznan track? I think its open to the public sunday afternoons?
OP Wroclaw Boy  
14 Sep 2009 /  #27
No doubt you also enjoyed torturing small animals when you were a child.

Not even close i used to save them.

sooner or later you'll either kill yourself or somebody else (doubtless it will, in your mind at least, be not in the slightest bit your fault that they die) and then one way or another we won't have to worry about you being on the roads.

Have you never driven fast and angry - boffin??

Well as it is coming from somebody who is expert in threatening violence and boasting about his manly abilities,

Says the dude that threatens another mans daughter.

[quote=Harry]As for what might happen when we meet, I'm sure your daughter will thank you forever for her first memory being visiting her father in prison. Perhaps you may want to lay off the steriods slightly.

Drugs haa haa fcuking haa im not the one on drugs here, interesting that you read other threads (which you claim to not) and that i do too. Watch out Uncle Harry's watching, see you in the bar of your choice for a discussion old timer.
mvefa 5 | 591  
14 Sep 2009 /  #28
he didn't say he would do something to your daughter.
dnz 17 | 710  
14 Sep 2009 /  #29
calm down people,

Its not worth fighting over on the internetz,

Driving fast is great fun, end of, theres no 2 ways about it,
Polish people can't drive. Fact
Theres no point in buying a fast car to fanny about with it but then theres no point in trying to break the land speed record in a leased passat estate (as is attempted on polish roads daily)
Harry  
14 Sep 2009 /  #30
Have you never driven fast and angry - boffin??

Everybody has made mistakes. But I very quickly came to the conclusion that driving fast and angry is a superb way to kill either myself or other people. Perhaps one day you'll grow up too.

Says the dude that threatens another mans daughter.

Could you perhaps quote that 'threat'? From what I remember I said that I would "look his [Derek's] daughter up". When somebody posted that that statement could be interpreted as a threat, I immediately apologised and stressed that I meant her no harm whatsoever.

Drugs haa haa fcuking haa im not the one on drugs here, interesting that you read other threads (which you claim to not) and that i do too. Watch out Uncle Harry's watching, see you in the bar of your choice for a discussion old timer.

Not sure what you mean by reading threads I claim not to read, I'm sure you can enlighten me. As for a discussion, that would probably be the best option all round: seeing as you're a trained boxer your hands are counted as deadly weapons and as you've already posted about how I'm not going to like your fists, we can tack on intent as well, so if it isn't a discussion, you'd be looking at either a kicking (or just a glass in the face, neither from me of course but some other customer might not take kindly to his drinking being interupted) or a charge of assault with a deadly weapon and intent, the penalties for which are the same as attempted murder. Although if you can talk bollocks as well in person as you do online, you might well make a very entertaining drinking companion.

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