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How Poland views Europe


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,449
9 Oct 2010  #1
Is this the way Poles view the map of Europe?


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1jola 14 | 1,879
9 Oct 2010  #2
I have a problem with that map: I don't think Serbs are boring.
Eurola 4 | 1,906
9 Oct 2010  #3
Yeah...funny. Too many people are really bored out there.
Borrka 37 | 594
10 Oct 2010  #4
Yeah...funny.

Only trying to make it funny.

Main nonsenses corrected:

Countries East-wards the Bug river: lost part of Poland or just "Ruskies". Never heard "former colonies".

Germans .. hmm .. kinda Turks in the nice cars. Kreuzberg is their capital city.

Czech and Slovaks - neighbors speaking rural Polish dialects.
For sure not drunks.

Russia - f..n Katsaps except all my friends and great blondes with Slavic high cheek bones.
They use hieroglyphes .

Sweden: hink, mopa and svabba promised land for Polish rednecks.

Belgium: Stella Artois hardly makes it a land of beers .
McCoy 27 | 1,278
10 Oct 2010  #5
I have a problem with that map: I don't think Serbs are boring.

i say crazy brothers

and i wouldn call croatia low class holidays. from what i know its way too expensive. sometimes even more than italy or greece. if you want to save money going for vacations you rather choose bulgaria or crimea.
southern 75 | 7,097
10 Oct 2010  #6
have a problem with that map: I don't think Serbs are boring.

If you notice Serbs are described in the map as crazy people.I have heard often Poles who came in contact with Serbs describing Serbs as crazy.I don't know why is that.
peterweg 36 | 2,316
10 Oct 2010  #7
Crazy, stupid. If crow is anything to go by, adding '******* insane' to the description would be fair.

Are you Serbian? becuase you also strike me as slightly derranged.

Aftrer this, maybe 'Peasants with pitchforks' miught be an alternative description

bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11507253
Natasa 1 | 580
10 Oct 2010  #8
Crazy, stupid.

Aftrer this, maybe 'Peasants with pitchforks' miught be an alternative description

You're right, absolutely right, I'm telling that to my Serbs but nothing.... Not only peasants with pitchforks, but also rapists with the smallest penises, illiterate imbeciles, only nation on this planet where every person can and will have reliable psychiatric diagnosis like you wisely noticed.

Oh, not to forget, their evil has pure inferno quality. Never seen before.
Yes, we are stupid that it hurts, and we are ugly in a way that parents can scare their kids with Serbian appearance.

I completely agree.

Now let's talk about you , you sound a bit frustrated....

I think there is nothing about your problem a good dominatrix couldn't solve.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,615
10 Oct 2010  #9
Oh, not to forget, their evil has pure inferno quality. Never seen before.
Yes, we are stupid that it hurts, and we are ugly in a way that parents can scare their kids with Serbian appearance.

;)

Oh come on...you are not THAT bad!
southern 75 | 7,097
10 Oct 2010  #10
I think there is nothing about your problem a good dominatrix couldn't solve.

Don't put him into temptation.
Natasa 1 | 580
10 Oct 2010  #11
Trust me, I know what am I doing.
he will be in motivated, safe and skilled hands.
southern 75 | 7,097
10 Oct 2010  #12
in motivated, safe and skilled hands.

Yes,but in chains.
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,541
10 Oct 2010  #13
I would put away Refrigerator from Norway and put it on North-Eastern part of Russia ;)

Quisling/Fisherman's land/Seafaring Oilmen or something along those lines is more realistic ;)
David_18 68 | 982
10 Oct 2010  #14
Europe according to hungarians, we are their brothers yeay!!!!!



Europe according to Russia!

Im not a fearmonger!!!! :((
mafketis 19 | 6,861
11 Oct 2010  #16
I have heard often Poles who came in contact with Serbs describing Serbs as crazy.

Not just Poles. I always thought 'Crazy Serb' was a pleonastic phrase like 'wet water'.
jwojcie 2 | 763
11 Oct 2010  #17
Meat Boris The Blade aka Boris The Bullet Dodger (Rade Šerbedžija):



en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rade_%C5%A0erbed%C5%BEija

Although he was playing Russian-Uzbek ex-KGB agent and arms-dealer but I think his Serbian nature was there ;) :
...
Teffle 22 | 1,321
11 Oct 2010  #18
According to Hungarians Ireland: Druids ?!
I don't get this.
Ironside 47 | 9,563
11 Oct 2010  #19
I don't get this.

Why ?
Teffle 22 | 1,321
11 Oct 2010  #20
"Why" don't I get it? I don't understand the implication/association - do you?

Or do you mean "why" do they say this? - that's what I'm asking.
vetala - | 382
11 Oct 2010  #21
- Czech, Finland: wrong. Poles generally sterotype themselves as biggest drunks in the world, with Russians as the only competitors. Czechs are usually more associated with funny language and Finland with nothing in particular.

- For Netherlands I would use "legal ganja". I've known people who planned vacations there just because they wanted to try it.
- Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine: no, no, no. Nobody would think of them as just colonies but rather as a part of Poland, lands which rightfully belong to Poland. And, as everyone knows, Lithuanians and Ukrainians are really Poles in denial ;)

- Turkey: Let's be frank - many Poles wouldn't even know what a minaret is. The most common association is kebab.
-Uk, Ireland - who the hell thinks of potatoes when hearing of Ireland? They're the ones we jokingly call our colonies, or Poland 2.0, or just jobs
Ironside 47 | 9,563
11 Oct 2010  #22
Why" don't I get it? I don't understand the implication/association - do you?

Its means simply they have no other association with Ireland other than druids - history - Romans :)
Hope it helps :)
Teffle 22 | 1,321
11 Oct 2010  #23
Ah right, OK. Thanks. A bit obscure though : )

Ireland - who the hell thinks of potatoes when hearing of Ireland?

Well plenty of English people would - maybe the map was the creation of an English person and therefore their assumptions of how Poles may feel about other countries? It would explain a lot maybe.
Barney 14 | 1,469
11 Oct 2010  #24
In all such maps Ireland is either Pub, Drunks, Potatoes etc,
Druid is slightly more creative.

It could be worse the map could say Green, leprechaun, buckle shoes etc:)
tow_stalin - | 57
11 Oct 2010  #25
Countries East-wards the Bug river: lost part of Poland or just "Ruskies". Never heard "former colonies".

but you have heard about kresy...

p.s. very good maps :)
Natasa 1 | 580
12 Oct 2010  #26
Although he was playing Russian-Uzbek ex-KGB agent and arms-dealer but I think his Serbian nature was there ;) :

Yes, we believe in old saying "no man, no problem"(who said that??..i know, but he is not so popular now).Just kidding...

youtube.com/watch?v=psLhjcCxJg0

Serbian romantic side, surprisingly we have that too...the problem is if something goes wrong axes, knives, guns we all carry 24 /7 hidden in backpacks, bags or under coats showed to be helpful also for solving love problems ;) ;););) (to prevent misunderstandings, this was ironical)


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