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Polish men in dublin


trixiebelle75  
24 Jun 2007 /  #1
I have always had a thing for polish men, here in dublin they stand out a mile. dublin is a much more interesting place to be with all our new immigrants.

My sister recently started seeing a polish guy, who has nothing but respect for her and our family.

I have dated plenty of irish guys and I have to say i am quite bored of them and their attitude.

can anyone tell me places in dublin where is a good place to meet them.

All ideas are welcome
!!!
littlebeezz 2 | 20  
24 Jun 2007 /  #2
Go to a polish community centre with a bar, if it has a restaurant, EAT! you'll need it for the wodka. Then into the bar and see what happens

i met my husband-to-be in a wood, but we did most of our courting in the local polish club.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702  
24 Jun 2007 /  #3
i met my husband-to-be in a wood,

now never heard that one before, I had a friend who met her husband on the night bus on the way home from partying
OP trixiebelle75  
24 Jun 2007 /  #4
Thanks littlebeezz, great idea.

Whats your experience like when you first met your man? Was is a problem with the culture/language?
littlebeezz 2 | 20  
24 Jun 2007 /  #5
ooooooooooo yes, im a brown and a pagan! had to tell the family that i was a buddist or id have holy water thrown over me...... !

we met in the middle of a wood at a friends bday party, i was engaged, sav offered me a lift home (i was planning to break it off the engagement and wanted to be on my own) but then sav stalked me for several months!

His mum got a polish girl to come over so she could introduce her to sav in the hope they would get married, resulting in a big argument with his dad. His dad said to me the first time i was introduce to his parents "why are you so brown" to which i replyed "why are you so white". his dad and i got on great from then on, and i loved him dearly, just wish he was still here.

Luckly i love cooking so when his mum found out i was cooking sav polish food she accepted me, but his brother told her my food was better the hers so now its a compertion at BBQs!! Sav's family are very close to say the least and i love that, its nothing like mine so i really appreciate it.
celticenigma 1 | 2  
29 Jun 2007 /  #6
it's really funny this cause i'm an irish guy looking to meet a nice polish girl cause I have dated plenty of irish girls and I have to say i am also quite bored of them and their attitude. a guy wouldn't dare walk up to an irish girl in a bar now (especially if she was with friends) for fear of getting the usual raised eyebrow 'oh yeh whats this guy after' look and attitude. at least when you approach polish girls they are happy to have you approach them and seem interested in talking to you. that's my experience anyway

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