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"Poland Syndrome" should be renamed


pawian 171 | 12,080
28 Jul 2020 #31
I agree to British points only if they were discovered by Brits. hahaha

Btw, sb will have to look through literature and eradicate all obsolete mentions of Poles. Milne and his imbecile sock puppet bear go first.
jon357 63 | 15,068
28 Jul 2020 #32
Polar bears too.

And telegraph poles.

Don't forget the police either; they are named after a Polish town.
Poloniusz 2 | 63
28 Jul 2020 #33
Thanks everyone for admitting with so many examples of how unimaginative and impoverished the English vocabulary truly is.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
28 Jul 2020 #34
And telegraph poles.

Perhaps we can rename them Telegraph Dutches, on account of the fact that Poles aren't particularly tall?
pawian 171 | 12,080
28 Jul 2020 #35
Polar bears too.

I would let them stay polar. They are already seriously endangered and the prospects are grim - they will have gotten extinct by 2100.

Don't forget the police either; they are named after a Polish town.

Ha! hahaha



Chemikiem 6 | 2,212
29 Jul 2020 #36
I'm surprised pole dancing hasn't been mentioned...........
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
29 Jul 2020 #37
I think we should also consider renaming Polka dances, because not only do they leave out half the population of Poland, they also cause one to associate Polish women with spots.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,038
29 Jul 2020 #38
renaming Polka dances

I think the polka is a Czech dance, is it not?
pawian 171 | 12,080
29 Jul 2020 #39
No, that was fake news, invented by sly Czechs after Polish invasions. I am really surprised you have fallen for it. hahaha

Of course, Polamp must stay in the language - it is a Polish company.



pawian 171 | 12,080
30 Jul 2020 #40
I'm surprised pole dancing hasn't been mentioned...........

Hmm, It didn`t come to my mind. But perhaps other male posters here didn`t want it removed - they are too fond of it. hahaha.
pawian 171 | 12,080
30 Jul 2020 #41
Now if you take my thread off - topic again I will kick you in the nuts.

Johny, you shouldn`t complain. Thanks to me and other posters, your thread reached 41 posts. Let`s be honest, you would have never achieved it without us.

Now, I am planning to finish if off at 44, the mysterious, symbolic, magical number for all Poles.

Now we only need 3 more posts. If you reply, I will too and then you will have your last word to stop at 44.

Whad ya fink???
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
30 Jul 2020 #42
Now, I am planning to finish if off at 44, the mysterious, symbolic, magical number for all Poles.

Alas, dear Pawian, there is but a problem. I've just realised that there is such a thing as "French polishing", which presents us with a true dilemma indeed.
pawian 171 | 12,080
30 Jul 2020 #43
No, I think French polishing goes with general polishing, so we have already discussed it.

Shyt, No 43.

One more post for johhny`s last word and we have the symbolic 44 !!!

From a foreign mother,
his blood comes from past heroes
And his name is forty and four!

Chemikiem 6 | 2,212
31 Jul 2020 #44
I think the idiom " I wouldn't touch it with a ten foot barge pole" should be rewritten. Poles are definitely not that tall.
jon357 63 | 15,068
31 Jul 2020 #45
Not many ten foot (or any other) barges here either.

Po from the Teletubbies perhaps should think about changing his/her name by deed poll too.

Deed polls as well should perhaps be renamed....


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