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TripTic 3 | 95  
26 Jun 2007 /  #31
Could you kill me for all this?

no. I just don't give a f.u.c.k about you and your point of view :-)
zion  
26 Jun 2007 /  #32
I just don't give a f.u.c.k about you

. I just don't give a f.u.c.k about you and your

what a loser you are just a polish loser
TripTic 3 | 95  
26 Jun 2007 /  #33
..who you are then? Are you enjoy a time in Warsaw ? What is your nationality? Have you got a brown nose from the russian ...things ? :-)
miranda  
26 Jun 2007 /  #34
like who ? yourself!

I wasn't adressing you . Was I?

Besides, why are you so defensive anyways?

Have you done something wrong?

Why are you still in Poland if you find so many negative things with it - just curious.

PS. people will not put up with such behaviour for long time.

If you are gonna behave that way - you will eventually be suspended. If that's what you want, suit yourself.
ConstantineK 26 | 1,259  
26 Jun 2007 /  #35
Quoting: ConstantineK
Could you kill me for all this?
no. I just don't give a f.u.c.k about you and your point of view :-)

It's very sad...it's not a good practice to hate and to blame russians...
I bet, that i know about poland and it's history more than you know about russia and russian life....very, very sad, and contr-productive....
TripTic 3 | 95  
26 Jun 2007 /  #36
It's very sad...it's not a good practice to hate and to blame russians

I didn't say i hate you, did i? I just don't like you and that's a difference cos it's more like ignoring you - that's all.

It's not sad - it's called PRIDE TO BE POLISH i can say straight to your face cos russians tried to f.u.c.k us down so many times and you never won !!!

Viva Józef Piłsudski who kick the s.h.i.t. out of you in 1933 as he raided poor russian army to the borders of moscow !!! - That was about history ! :-)
zion  
26 Jun 2007 /  #37
so many negative things with it

not so many but I see then and I think is worth point it out .

why are you so defensive anyways

defence is the best attack .

Have you done something wrong?

No I did not

people will not put up with such behaviour for long time.

is not a bad behaviour just reaplying to insults
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
26 Jun 2007 /  #38
by the way I just saw you pic !!! what a ungly mother fcuk you are !!!

Oi, wash your mouth out you vile little man

do you have a girl or friends get a life buffy

Hmmmm, someone has been watching too much girlie t.v.

is not a bad behaviour just reaplying to insults

So getting personal with Mr M isnt personal you idiot..
miranda  
26 Jun 2007 /  #39
defence is the best attack .

who told you that.
If you haven't done anything wrong and you are who you claim you are then stay calm.
zion  
26 Jun 2007 /  #40
then stay calm

will try to do that !

you idiot..

idiot in your mom
ConstantineK 26 | 1,259  
26 Jun 2007 /  #41
Viva Józef Piłsudski who kick the s.h.i.t. out of you in 1933 as he raided poor russian army to the borders of moscow !!! - That was about history ! :-)

Do you know the fate of Polish kings throne? It was reequiped as lavatory seat
for empress Catherine II ;-)))) dont be angry, it's just a history....
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
26 Jun 2007 /  #42
idiot in your mom

WTF as my mother got to do with you being a complete fool..

I hope you get beaten my some large Polish men on your way home tonight :)
OP bunia 1 | 134  
26 Jun 2007 /  #43
hey hey boys please stop slagging one another !!!

I just wanted nice and simple topic of what changed in Poland.

Another thing my mum pointed to me today: I am too polite :) In England every1 was telling me that i should say "please" more often when i ask for things. I tried to explain them that im not trying to be impolite, its just the language diffrence and the way people talk. I got used to English way (especially working with customers) and saying please every 5 sec. Now when i went shopping with my mum she was like: Stop saying that please, you sound unnatural and false.

I found that weird when sales person was almost rude to me in shop (local small one) and she looked tired and upset that she has to be there.

Now question - are we being impolite or English people are too polite ?
Is it sincere or just words ?
hmmmm
zion  
26 Jun 2007 /  #44
I hope you get beaten my some large Polish men on your way home tonight :)

and I hope you get rape by one !!!
Ranj 21 | 948  
26 Jun 2007 /  #45
by the way I just saw you pic !!! what a ungly mother fcuk you are !!!

I think, and I believe many of the women on here think that Maty is very cute (tell me I'm wrong ladies)....at least he's got personality and posts a picture of himself....where's your mug, zion?
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
26 Jun 2007 /  #46
So getting personal with Mr M isnt personal you idiot..

Hello there Shelley. :) I see that you got back to your old nick. Whats the story?
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
26 Jun 2007 /  #47
and I hope you get rape by one !!!

I arrest my case you are an idiot.

I think, and I believe many of the women on here think that Maty is very cute (tell me I'm wrong ladies)....

You are not wrong Ms R, I have to say he has the cutest cheeks on this planet :)

Hello there Shelley. :) I see that you got back to your old nick. Whats the story?

Im at work, so I shall be Shelley by day (when I get the chance) - there is a slight difference, I had to add an S :) and maybe be Ama by night :)
TripTic 3 | 95  
26 Jun 2007 /  #48
Do you know the fate of Polish kings throne? It was reequiped as lavatory seat
for empress Catherine II

It doesn't matter right now!!! We, Poles didn't invade any other nation thru ages of history (you did), never tried to wipe other nation out of map(you ...tried it twice on Poland, but sorry :)), we're people with great souls to fight ours enemies to death and great heart for friendship with ours friends. That's why i keep my head up and i will do.

Did I make myself clear, numpty ?

You have no friends all over the Europe, every nation ignoring you in their deepest opinion.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
26 Jun 2007 /  #49
Now question - are we being impolite or English people are too polite ?

In Polish you don't have to add please when you are asking for something or trying to be polite. Instead of the word please we use a different intonation of a sentence. It's not rude. It’s just a language difference.
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
26 Jun 2007 /  #50
and I hope you get rape by one !!!

That's not nice sion. Where are your manners little child. Go, run along and catch up on your sesame street.

Maty is the man. He has to be one of the most balanced people here. He never gets out of hand like some of us. I'm so guilty :)
TripTic 3 | 95  
26 Jun 2007 /  #51
He never gets out of hand like some of us. I'm so guilty

Yeah! You're right "capital F". I'd like to say i'm sorry for my recent posts. As a explanation: they touched my sensitive point. Once again. Sorry.
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
26 Jun 2007 /  #52
Now question - are we being impolite or English people are too polite ?
Is it sincere or just words ?

The english are tought as children from a very young age (as soon as a child learns to speak) to say please and thank you, its not false, its the way we are brought up the same as saying excuse me when you want to get past someone. We have a saying in the UK, "manners maketh a man"
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
26 Jun 2007 /  #53
I think, and I believe many of the women on here think that Maty is very cute (tell me I'm wrong ladies)....at least he's got personality and posts a picture of himself....where's your mug, zion?

You are not wrong Ms R, I have to say he has the cutest cheeks on this planet :)

Thank you. :) Although I prefer manly to cute. :P

Im at work, so I shall be Shelley by day (when I get the chance) - there is a slight difference, I had to add an S :) and maybe be Ama by night :)

Double personality, eh? Is Ama going to be the good guy/girl and Shelley the bad one? You know, the good cop bad cop thingy? :)
Ranj 21 | 948  
26 Jun 2007 /  #54
Although I prefer manly to cute. :P

Sorry Maty, but anyone who's young enough to be my....ahhemmm....nephew is cute....;)
Jagna - | 26  
26 Jun 2007 /  #55
The english are tought as children from a very young age (as soon as a child learns to speak) to say please and thank you, its not false, its the way we are brought up the same as saying excuse me when you want to get past someone. We have a saying in the UK, "manners maketh a man"

Poles are also tought that! Come on...

I think Maty and Bunia have a point here , there's a slight language difference or a cultural thing and you don't have to say please and thank you every 5 words, one is enough.

But the ladies in shops and especially post office are not polite at all as if they were angry that you're there and interupt them... it's changing slowly
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
26 Jun 2007 /  #56
While in Poland I've experienced a lot of good manners. Most shops I've walked into I was greeted with a "Dzien Dobry" and a "Prosze Bardzo" after purchasing sth. Are these fake greetings like we have in the US?
Jagna - | 26  
26 Jun 2007 /  #57
Are these fake

sure... they don't wish you a good day .. they just want you to leave your money there...
good manners are fake
OP bunia 1 | 134  
26 Jun 2007 /  #58
The english are tought as children from a very young age (as soon as a child learns to speak) to say please and thank you

We are tought that aswell, but not every 5 sec. Like making a transaction in the shop you dont say in polan thank you 7 times within 3 min as you do in england. Once is enough. Being polite is very important and poles are polite.

But the ladies in shops and especially post office are not polite at all as if they were angry that you're there and interupt them

The lady today looked like she wanted to wish me dead for interrupting her knitting:) How do i dare to ask for assistance :)

While in Poland I've experienced a lot of good manners. Most shops I've walked into I was greeted with a "Dzien Dobry" and a "Prosze Bardzo" after purchasing sth. Are these fake greetings like we have in the US?

No they are not fake. You will be greeted and thanked for purchase you made. But once :)
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
26 Jun 2007 /  #59
When I was in the country I noticed it more. We were staying in Boleslawow and even where it wasn't necessary to purchase anything we were greeted. Maybe PL attitude is different throughout the region? Similar in the USA. In the souther states we have the most hospitable people. In NYC you can go fek yourself :) no not really, just an NYC joke.
OP bunia 1 | 134  
26 Jun 2007 /  #60
another thing is with word please when you ask some1 for something.
In poland form "Czy moglbys mi podac cukier" is already considered as polite. (Could you pass me sugar" In England automatically you would add please at the end. You dont do that in poland. Thats why English people always correct me and add please at the end.

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