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I love Asiatic influences in Polish peoples' faces


slavia
29 Apr 2012 #1
I think that's the main factor which makes polish people so beautiful. Do you agree?
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
29 Apr 2012 #2
I wouldn't because I haven't encountered any.
milky 13 | 1,657
29 Apr 2012 #3
I think that's the main factor which makes polish people so beautiful. Do you agree?

Yes, this is something I have always thought. Its what makes the Polish women that little bit more beautiful than the northern and western Europeans.
jusia9 - | 36
10 May 2012 #4
for most Western people ( dumb ones) we are Asian not White !!!! I read about that on line !!! They keeping saying we are not white !!!
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
10 May 2012 #5
for most Western people ( dumb ones) we are Asian not White

so what are you saying, 'most' Western people are 'dumb'?

I have never heard anybody in all my life suggest what you have stated.
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
10 May 2012 #6
lmao.

While there is some undeniable Asian influence amongst Poles, she sounds like one of those dumb Americans who think that Poles "aren't white" :D
jusia9 - | 36
10 May 2012 #7
well i didnt write it in good way :)
for some Western people ( these dumb ones) we are not white we are Asians.
ReservoirDog - | 132
10 May 2012 #8
for some Western people ( these dumb ones) we are not white we are Asians.

why do you care what dumb one says ?? There is no need to waste time for them.
jusia9 - | 36
10 May 2012 #9
true :) ... but I dont care Im just curious what they think.. Im not really depressed about that :)
pawian666
10 May 2012 #10
Asian influences, Mongolian to be more precise, are widely spread among poles. However a lot of Poles deny this as well
natasia 3 | 368
10 May 2012 #11
I know a Polish guy who looks very Mongolian - really very very. But this is just the Tartar influence, isn't it? There seem to be the dark-brown-haired, almost olive-skinned Poles, who are generally quite short/stocky, then the very fair Germanic/Scandanavian types, and then the Tartars. They are always very dark as well - always dark/black hair, dark eyes. The characteristic oriental cheekbones and really quite narrow eyes that I imagine the poster has noticed. Then also there is the thick-set, big-boned, large-faced Russian-mix type, which can include a bit of Tartar/Mongolian as well.

At least they've only got three or four types. We Brits are absolute mongrels in comparison!!
fromtheSun 1 | 4
10 May 2012 #12
Tartar influence, isn't it?

You wanted to say Tatar istead of tartar???
natasia 3 | 368
10 May 2012 #13
I don't know ... maybe. In English we would say someone is a 'tartar' and that means they have that slightly Mongolian look, and have heritage from that period of a very strong, violent tribe from the mountains. I thought this was associated with the Tatry mountains in Poland, but I could be totally and utterly wrong. Anyhow, it all seemed to make sense in my mind. But could be nonsense! Sorry if so.
jusia9 - | 36
10 May 2012 #14
ReservoirDog

you see look at what they are writting above ... for some we are Mongols !!
modafinil - | 418
10 May 2012 #15
Most blokes I know, if the had warrior mongol blood in them, even a vague chance of being 1/1024th Mongolian, it would be a boast to tell to others. Maybe it's different for girls.
El Gordo
10 May 2012 #16
In English we would say someone is a 'tartar' and that means they have that slightly Mongolian look, and have heritage from that period of a very strong, violent tribe from the mountains. I thought this was associated with the Tatry mountains in Poland, but I could be totally and utterly wrong. Anyhow, it all seemed to make sense in my mind. But could be nonsense!

Guess what,you are right!Unfortunatelly for you only in the last sentence.It is a complete nonsense.
a.k.
10 May 2012 #17
I love asiatic influences in Polish peoples' faces

I don't see any. Could you be more precise? Do Polish people have slanted eyes, small flat noses or what?
I think you are looking for something which is not there... you just want Polish people to be exotic but in fact they are just as plain as you are.
pawian666
11 May 2012 #18
you just want Polish people to be exotic but in fact they are just as plain as you are.

Mongolian heritage is widely spread among poles. I don't get why poles keep denying it, what is wrong with having some Mongolian blood?
natasia 3 | 368
11 May 2012 #19
Unfortunatelly for you

not really as i don't care ... but it is a fact that there are very dark Polish people who look almost Far-Eastern. The one I know is mistaken for being Chinese.

ok, have looked it up now. There was a region known as TARTARIA, and the people from there are known as TATARS (pronounced in English 'Tartar').
a.k.
11 May 2012 #20
Mongolian heritage is widely spread among poles. I don't get why poles keep denying it, what is wrong with having some Mongolian blood?

Nothing would be wrong if that was true. Just please name those traits which betrays this heritage, because I can't see them.
I'm a bit fed up with people considering Poles as a different human species. The truth is that you would not be able to tell the difference between a German or a Frech and a Pole if shown a picture.
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
11 May 2012 #21
The truth is that you would not be able to tell the difference between a German or a Frech and a Pole if shown a picture.

Yet we can always spot a Pole on the streets, in milliseconds ;)
jusia9 - | 36
11 May 2012 #22
a.k. --- you see I told you many dumb people !!!

NorthMancPolak, natasia, pawian666 - I will tell you a secret :) Poles are just aliens !!!

I heard such things as well from someone !! hehe
a.k.
11 May 2012 #23
Yet we can always spot a Pole on the streets, in milliseconds ;)

We don't talk about their socks and sandals! ;)
pawian666
11 May 2012 #24
Poles have Mongolian ancestry, Poles who don't recognize it, deny its past and roots. I get the impression that Poles want to feel like they were scandinavians, while in Scandinavia, Poles are only seen as cheap immigrants from eastern europe!

That is the next issue, Poles want to feel Poland is in ''central europe'' , while the country is clearly located in eastern europe. Again , the Poles keep denying this.

I start to believe Poles have a serious inferiority complex
kasia_pa
11 May 2012 #25
I like the round egg-like faces many polish people have. They look so special :))))
a.k.
11 May 2012 #26
pawian666

Just please name the Mongolian traits on Polish faces.

Poles have Mongolian ancestry, Poles who don't recognize it, deny its past and roots.[quore]

There are some Tatars' descendants in Poland but saying that Poles have Mongolian ancestry is ridiculous.

[quote]That is the next issue, Poles want to feel Poland is in ''central europe'' , while the country is clearly located in eastern europe. Again , the Poles keep denying this.

Poles are taught at school that Poland is located in Central Europe. All the press, media use that term, and if they mean former Eatsern Bloc then they say "central-eastern Europe". Also the cultural influences of Catholicism as opposed to Eastern Orthodox situates Poland more among Western Europe countries than Eastern. It has nothing to do with inferiority complex, just Poles feel weird being called that term because it's not used in Poland with reference to Poland. If you say Eastern Europe in Poland, people think "it's where they use cyrillics and pray in those churches which roofs look like a decorative spot of cream" :)

If you'd say that Poland is a Slavic country no one would oppose that, even though, according to you, Poles have an inferiority complex. So as you see you are plain wrong, Poles would not want to be regarded Germanic. Noooo way! :)

I get the impression that Poles want to feel like they were scandinavians, while in Scandinavia, Poles are only seen as cheap immigrants from eastern europe!

Then you get wrong impression. I wouldn't like to look or feel like Scandinavians.

I like the round egg-like faces many polish people have.

Well, I thought that oval shape of face is a standard shape among European people.
modafinil - | 418
11 May 2012 #27
Poles who don't recognize it, deny its past and roots. I get the impression that Poles want to feel like they were scandinavians, while in Scandinavia, Poles are only seen as cheap immigrants from eastern europe

When you consider Finland was once part of Sweden (by some classifications) a part of Scandinavia and also the blondest people in the world it is surprising that they also have more Asian DNA than any other European country.

I was always under the impression the Mongols were there (in what is now Poland) then left and was only then filled with what are now Poles - Indo-Europeans.
pawian666
11 May 2012 #28
I have seen poles who look exactly like this mongol

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I was always under the impression the Mongols were there (in what is now Poland) then left and was only then filled with what are now Poles - Indo-Europeans.

You are right, the mongols were in Poland, however they didn't leave, they mixed and created today's Poles

One more example of polish-mongol

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a.k.
11 May 2012 #29
I have seen poles who look exactly like this mongol

I saw once such person but he had a Tatar surname. Only one in whole my life in Poland!
It's rare to look like that or anything close. Common in Russia though because of Siberian ethnicities who live among their borthers.

Haha, a thought which might explain your views just occured to me: you saw some swollen drunks with dead-liver yellow skin, that's why you think Poles look Mongolian ;)
modafinil - | 418
11 May 2012 #30
You are right, the mongols were in Poland, however they didn't leave, they mixed and created today's Poles

So I guess you are saying that those with any Mongolian blood in them are the most indigenous to that region.


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