No need to in America we have it all
I disagree. 'The world is a book, and those who don't travel read only a page.' The way in which a particular culture of people live their lives is not experienced until one travels outside of one's country.
Going to Chinatown is not the same as visiting China and experiencing the culture. I've had sushi at Japanese restaurants in the U.S., but the experience and taste is not the same as when I was in Osaka and Tokyo. Vegas is not Ibiza. Ancient history (castles, monuments, etc.) is nowhere to be found except in a museum or an Indian reservation. The architecture is bland overall in most cities.
How do you think it became the worlds biggest economy and a superpower?
Read your history.
American food - maybe processed but it doesn't make us live any shorter than you guys and it's a matter of taste to begin with
Polish food - some of it taste good but it's based on fat
And what do chemically processed foods lead to? A healthier lifestyle? A slimmer waistline? What are the leading causes of death in the U.S.? How does what you ingest contribute to that? And the new fad of 'organic' that so many businesses are capitalizing on? Read the rules on what the USDA determines as receiving an organic seal.
I agree that it's a matter of taste. Again, I did not say that all polish food is delicious. I think some of it is nasty, however, it is fresh. There are no additives. When I eat potatoes they are dug up, peeled, and prepared. I don't grab a box of powder and add water. The food is naturally grown. My meat wasn't injected with hormones to aid supply. My fruit and vegetables aren't laced with God knows how many chemicals. Read on what those do to the human body before you state that you won't live a shorter life. Heck, cigarette packs don't state that smoking these suckers will cause cancer.
Some polish food is fatty, I can't argue with you there.
America beat you on everything else but beer and vodka which this is a matter of taste too. I don't know about Chicago but where I live Polish products don't sell good at all
Alright patriot, name them. Name the items that America beat Poland on? How many American supplies are really in such high demand around the world? Have you examined the trade deficit? What does that imply?
I agree that it's a matter of taste. I don't drink polish alcohol exclusively - I just find American alcohol products to be bad overall.
Americans love animals but in the families with children they don't treat them better than kids
Poles - majority of you treat animals like crap so what's good about that
Knock yourself out with animals then. Businesses make a fortune in this realm in America. The rest of the world doesn't share the sentiment.
Americans - work even two jobs if needed
Poles- lazy a**es unles working abroad for a good cash and even then only some of you really do the right job
My experience has been otherwise.
Americans - lol, I've been to 42 countries, how many have you visited
Poles- travel to work at least 95% of you anyway
I've been to 17 - you have me beat. Regardless, you are an anomaly from the population sample. The majority of Americans have never left the soil. I have 2 American friends that have traveled the world, but they did it in the Armed Forces, which is not the same as traveling for pleasure. Out of the thousands of Americans that I have met, the vast majority (90%+) have not left the borders.
Do you know what an ad hominem is?