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Posts by ShAlEyNsTfOh  

Joined: 5 Feb 2011 / Male ♂
Last Post: 13 Feb 2012
Threads: 4
Posts: 161
From: gdańsk then, toronto now, nyc tomorrow?
Speaks Polish?: no pewnie, but I'm not entirely fluent - it was my first language, too. How disgraceful. :((
Interests: the surreal is bliss <3

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ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
UK, Ireland / Are Polish people importing a new wave of ancient racism into the UK? [402]

If I move to Bangladesh, have a child with me Irish partner, can that child claim to be Bangladeshi and claim it as his or her own nation?

most probably, they would instantly kill you in doing so.

Whites are not welcome in muslim-majority asian/middle eastern countries - they threaten us to the bone.

Yet we welcome them with open arms into our own countries.

Pathetic, are we?
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
Love / Is it acceptable for a Polish male to have a German girlfriend? [58]

why would it matter?

over here, you can't even tell a German apart from a Pole (appearance-wise).

Their children will look beautiful regardless!

That's the most imporant thing about these relationships - the future offspring. <3
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
Life / Are Poles mentally more Eastern European or Western European? [152]

First explain characteristics of eastern and western mentality and then I will answer your question slavia

simple, north-eastern europeans are mostly slavic.

being polish-jewish from my dad's side, and belarusian/polish/russian from my mothers, I can safely tell u how similar our overall way of thinking really is.

We share a far stronger bond in the east, especially because we share the same slavic culture.

Where I specifically live in Toronto, there are many more russians and ukrainians, and even serbians, than Poles, and I interact with them almost every day.. believe me, I know what I'm talkin about. :)

btw, many posters on here are really full of horse sh**.... "you're canadian, what do u know?.... you don't pay taxes in Poland, you have no right to talk about this and that... blah blah blah..."

LMAO!! stop making me laugh... xD
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
Love / Is it acceptable for a Polish male to have a German girlfriend? [58]

You scare the ever-lovin' crap outta me, man.

buddy, lemme tell u sumtin okey...

in my office workplace alone, there are two beautiful ladies of german-descent. BOTH of them married black men and have 2 babies each. Not only do their offspring NOT look the least bit german, but the poor kids will be entirely confused about having a white mother when they get older. It's a real pity.

I'm all against interracial marriages, and I let it BE KNOWN, son! :D
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
Life / Are Poles mentally more Eastern European or Western European? [152]

Just tell me how to stop making you type.

as I stated before - believe me, I know what I'm talkin about. :)

and milky..

if that's what u think, then u should pull them out of their sockets ASAP!

thanx u ~ <3
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
Love / Is it acceptable for a Polish male to have a German girlfriend? [58]

I mean, like c'mon now... I grew up with more black friends than white, and even up to this day, I seem to get along far better with my black co-workers than white, yet I ain't goin around callin myself a white nigga ~

bwaahahahahahaaa
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
History / Cult Poland PRL TV Ads and Cars [11]

The old adverts painted on the side of apartment buildings in Warsaw are now protected:

LOL....wow, that commercial is SOOO awesome!!! :D
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
Love / Is it acceptable for a Polish male to have a German girlfriend? [58]

Mixed race kids look good, there is no doubt.

ahhh....sir, ARE U BLIND???!

their kids are BLACK!

my family would disown me for committing such an act.

I don't care if the mother of MY kids will be german, dutch, russian, polish, uki.. whatev... as long as they will have green/blue eyes, nice pale white complexion like my own, and dirty blond hair <3

but as the ol' sayin here goes, whatever floats your boat. :D
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
26 Jan 2012
Food / Kaszanka and haggis? [34]

I eat both regularly here... both are money WELL SPENT! :)
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
11 Feb 2012
News / Does Poland support the idea of Slavic unity? [83]

I am a strong supporter of one Slavic nation with modern day Slavic countries as states within one Slavic nation whose unique languages and culture/ religion are protected. In the end we are all are the same people.

slavic paganism, especially traditional folk music, plays a huge role in uniting us slavs.

being a polish pagan myself, I hold a strong bond with my fellow russian and ukrainian pagans here in Toronto, unfortunately no Poles...yet.

We've been trying to recruit more slavs in and around Toronto for a few months now, mostly through online ads.

alexmac, I fully support your belief, as do MANY slavs in Europe and abroad.

Please don't waste your time on these forums... they are filled with way to many non-Poles/Slavs!!

PM me some time. :)

S£AWA, BRACIE!

S£AWA, S£OWIANOM!!!
ShAlEyNsTfOh   
13 Feb 2012
Life / Russian Language - is it offensive if I speak it to Polish people? [69]

I am curious... I am American learning to speak Russian. If I traveled to Poland, would I offend anyone if I spoke Russian to them? Am I better of with just speaking English?

most Poles over 35 yrs should be able to understand it quite fluently.

my dad, who's in his mid 50's, learned it up until high school, and even though he claims to not have spoken it 'fluently' since then, he speaks very well in russian today! my mother's first language was russian, then polish, but my parents usually converse in polish.

I was able to speak russian when I was a young child, since my mother spoke to us primarily in russian back then. unfortunately upon moving to canada, she for some reason decided to speak only polish, and I alas forgot most ot it. :(

Only in recent years how I gained a very strong interest in wanting to learn to speak russian fluently again.

It's quite easy for me, actually. :)