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any polish ppl in aberdeen who make there own music

roofis 1 | 1  
31 Oct 2007 /  #1
hi all this is my first post on this site , i am from aberdeen n/e scotland
i am a music producer with a large synthisiser based recording studio making cutting edge dance music and techouse . and electro and . trance music . i have been making and recording music for the past . 18 years . i would be very interested to hear if there is any polish like minded ppl who record . or have had any knowledge of how a studios work . i would be interested in having a jam with . as i dont no any polish ppl not 1 . there is hundreds of polish ppl in aberdeen . there must be some guys or girls out there who has music intrests like mine ......

i am basicly looking to see whats out there .
szkotja2007 27 | 1,498  
31 Oct 2007 /  #2
Hi Roofis and welcome the forums.

Have you tried ? They have an Aberdeen forum.
OP roofis 1 | 1  
1 Nov 2007 /  #3
cheers mate . i will check out that site . cheers for the welcome .

checked out that site u said . the forum is all in polish mate . i thought it would be anyway .....

on another note in my area there has jus opened a polish hairdresser and a polish shop . lets start with my view on the hairdresser . the sign outside the shop states the name of the shop whitch is ok . then it sayes polish hairdresser i find this very rude and so do the local ppl in my area . i have spoke to meny local ppl in my area and they also dont like it either . can someone tell me do polish ppl get diff hair cuts from british ppl .. also there is a polish shop next to the hairdresser i have heard from locals that they only let polish ppl into the shop . this can not be true can it the ppl in aberdeen have a couple of issues with the polish community in aberdeen they dont talk to local ppl i dont no any one i no ppl from work . friends . family . inact all the ppl i no i no a very lot of ppl in my city and in my area . but none of them no a single polsh person . why is this . there is over 1000 polish ppl in my area and . me or anyone in my area no any of them . i find this wronge . i have tried to talk to polish ppl in the street saying hi and asking how they r . they dont talk back its rude . i think if the polish ppl in aberdeen should start to interact with the local ppl in aberdeen . this is not happening for what i can see . i am sorry if any of this text has offended anyone but . its true
Bartolome 2 | 1,085  
2 Nov 2007 /  #4
Well, I'm a Pole myself but I find these things strange. A shop owner not letting customers in ? Is he an idiot or moron if it's true ? People not answering ? Perhaps they're too scared to talk, for their language skills are inadequate. And I've seen barbershops with 'Turkish Style' signs, is it rude ?
Keith 2 | 14  
17 Feb 2008 /  #5
on another note in my area there has jus opened a polish hairdresser and a polish shop .

I know exactly where you're speaking about, as I work in that area. I can assure you it's not true at all about the shop. I spoke to the owner about it and he was genuinely shocked that anyone thought that. It is possible that there has been some language barrier at some point that has given someone the wrong impression, and the story has grown as stories tend to do when they are wrong...

Are you trying to talk to Polish people in polish or english? My experience in that area is that Polish people are very quiet and reserved, until you speak even a little bit of polish to them, when they open up into some of the warmest, friendliest people I've ever met. Even a quick 'dzien dobry, jak siÄ™ masz?' works wonders.

Think of it this way - if you went to live in Poland, how easy would you find it to talk back to people on the street? It's a fair bet you'd spend most of your time with other Scottish people that you could talk to, at least until you could get to grips with the language.

Interestingly, just 50 yards away from that Polish shop is a language centre which is packed out the door with Polish people learning english...

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