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UK is Poles apart from home


Mister H 11 | 761  
29 Apr 2008 /  #31
I'm not throwing down my heavy hand, Seanus, nor am I trying "punish the poor" by not allowing them to have children, Sophia. Just having an opinion.

I'm sure that Anastazya will have a much better life with Piotr and Anna as parents than what a British "Vicky Pollard" would be dishing out. I just think it's a sad world that their life above a butchers shop in Barking is actually better than what they might have had in their home country.
Wroclaw Boy  
29 Apr 2008 /  #32
I just think it's a sad world that their life above a butchers shop in Barking is actually better than what they might have had in their home country.

indeed
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
29 Apr 2008 /  #33
I'm not saying u r, I'm just saying that I am in no position to judge.

U should know that Poland is predominantely flats Mister H. I live in a bedsit here in Poland too but it is beautiful. I live above a shop too, albeit 2 floors.
Sophia - | 99  
29 Apr 2008 /  #34
nor am I trying "punish the poor" by not allowing them to have children, Sophia. Just having an opinion.

No, I know that - I'm just saying it would be as such to expect families of such income/life quality not to have children or to wait when they may never be better off.

I just think it's a sad world that their life above a butchers shop in Barking is actually better than what they might have had in their home country.

Yeah.
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
29 Apr 2008 /  #35
observation is very interesting ... :) (as to discussion :)) )
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
29 Apr 2008 /  #36
Exactly what I said b4 Sophia, good 2 c that sb shares the same view. Who knows what the future holds? Inflation may shoot up, they may lose their jobs etc etc
Mister H 11 | 761  
29 Apr 2008 /  #37
U should know that Poland is predominantely flats Mister H. I live in a bedsit here in Poland too but it is beautiful. I live above a shop too, albeit 2 floors.

Thanks, I'll know what to look out for when I visit Poland as it's certainly on my list of places to go. I want to see if there is anyone left there :-)

I think the UK will end up with more flats as that will probably be the only way to solve the housing shortage.

Exactly what I said b4 Sophia, good 2 c that sb shares the same view. Who knows what the future holds? Inflation may shoot up, they may lose their jobs etc etc

I agree. The downturn in the economy in the UK is bad for everyone.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
29 Apr 2008 /  #38
when I visit Poland as it's certainly on my list of places to go. I want to see if there is anyone left there :-)

theres probably not many people left there. and for your own safety, do not go to the public toilets, they will all be filthy ha ha (this is a joke ok, lukasz and rafik?)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
29 Apr 2008 /  #39
People will be scrambling for all they can get. The UK economy is on a slippery slope and economic forecasts are not entirely encouraging.

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