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Posts by tornado2007  

Joined: 11 Jul 2007 / Male ♂
Last Post: 12 Sep 2011
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tornado2007   
28 Sep 2007
Life / Why are Poles always so miserable? Why do they never smile? [512]

yes of course there are Brits that are defensive and paranoid its just i seemed to have met a large amount of Poles who are. maybe a better way to express it is that they are more conservative :)
tornado2007   
28 Sep 2007
Life / Why are Poles always so miserable? Why do they never smile? [512]

i wouldn't say that the Polish are miserable or unhappy all the time that would be silly. However i think that there is a certain amount of (over self defensiveness and paranoid) of course its not all Polish people that would be a stupid thing to say.

I am English and have never met a Brit who is so defensive or paranoid as i have the number of Polish that are.

As for smiling, a lot of Polish its fair to say are working in customer service (Coffee shops, Hotels, Fast food restaurants and any other job you care to mention.

My friend said to me 'well if you were working sreving coffee all day and not getting paid very much, would you be smiling, that isn't even taking into consideration the board factor' of dokng the same job again and again and again'

So i sympathise totally with those who don't smile all the time and are called 'miserable' etc. Surely it makes no sense to judge anybody let alone the Polish on their moods when they are working.

My friend looks dead board at work and not friendly at all but you get her out and about and she's wonderful to be with. Everybody has different moods in different situations
tornado2007   
21 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [104]

On this subject i think Poland should look nowhere else accept from the UK. The amount of people we have had come to our country of our size is astronomical. I feel personally that we are overcrowded and over populated and that there are thousands if not millions of people here who simply do not deserve or are needed here.

its ok having an immigration system and it may in the short term be a good thing for Poland to have an influx of workers. However with a lot of Poles leaving Poland you have to be careful that people don't sneak in the back door while your not at home :)

one of the things i love about Poland is that its stacked full of Polish people and is not over run to the extent of the UK with foreign migrants.
tornado2007   
16 Sep 2007
Life / Do Polish People steal a lot? [330]

I went to a Polish wedding last night and watched these old ladies cramming
pastries into thier purses,

if i have one generalsation about Poles its the fact i believe they have £ signs rolling in their eyes, really they do anything for money, you name it they will do it, i don't know if its a good thing or a bad thing but it can be annoying.
tornado2007   
16 Sep 2007
Travel / Why does everyone seem to hate LOT Polish Airlines? [357]

To be honest as long as the plane gets me from a to b with a little comfort i don't really care who's airline it is. I'm sure the Polish airlines are not bad and are as good as the rest
tornado2007   
13 Sep 2007
Love / Polish girls attitudes towards sex. [568]

Polish girls and the last thing they want is sex... This is my personal experience with Polish girls.... :)

i can say the same all apart from one Polish girl, all she wanted was sex, i think she's the most westernised Polish girl i ever met though. On the whole your correct
tornado2007   
11 Sep 2007
UK, Ireland / Your opinion about cheap and easy Polish Girls in UK? [30]

its so easy to sum up i don't even need to read all the other posts.

there are easy girls, there are bad girls, there are good girls, there are caring girls.

WHATEVER IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT COUNTRY THEY COME FROM EVERYBODY IS DIFFERENT, there will be these types of girls from all countries, Poland, England, Ethiopia you name it there are girls like that from every nation in the world.
tornado2007   
11 Sep 2007
News / Illegal drugs in the EU - Polish gangs are top sellers [56]

Polish gangs are the top sellers of methamphetamine (crystel meth) in Europe, especially in England.

It is worth noting that for many years most of Europe's amphetamine and LSD is produced in Poland, and that Europe's biggest ever coke bust happened in the Port of Gdynia

yes i've been saying this myself lately and this is one of the reasons i'm not to hot on being involved in Europe, in the UK we have our own Drugs issues and we don't need the Poles or any other Eastern European gangs coming here and dealing in even more drugs!!!

Is it really the Poles who are such druglords in such a drug-dealer's gold mine as UK?

the UK is a goldmine yes, but usually its foreigners who are trading :)
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

is that the friendly/nice/short way to say his name, i used to say 'Kasia' for Katarzyna it was shorter and easier :)
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

Bartłomiej

my god imagine trying to say that name day in day out, i thought Katarzyna was bad enough but that, lol now way that is a mad name
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

i wont comment it

<<<<<<<Smiles to himself :)

I wonder why P***ycats was asterisked out? I can say tosser but I can't say pu**ycat. Hmm

yeah i've always wondered that too, how does the filter know what to exclude and what not too, well in this case it dosen't really work
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

Bartholemew

ok then so he's now a big bible basing softy from being a hooligan :)
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

i know its ok i was only joking :) I'm sure all Bartek's are very pleasant
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

oh, Dawid exist. I know him. We just are not together

why not, if he is your dream man, why are you not chasing him like a hound dog :) ????

maybe u already know her? didnt meet yet hahaha

I think i met her but didn't do anything about it :/ but i know what your getting at, lol :)
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

in polish its Bartek = Bartłomiej, maybe u havent got any name similar in english

maybe it can be found in the dictionary as 'hooligan' lol it sounds such a rough name :).

no :) he is my dream. The most interesting man i ever met.

aaaahhhh cute cute cute you have a dram man, thats wonderful i suppose every girl has got to fantasize about the man they will n ever meet. ow well you'll just have to put up with people like Bartek etc :)

I used to have a dream girl, but i rather got board of the idea when i realised i'd never meet her
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

mr 40% bf is Bartek

what is that name in English, it sounds like the name of a hooligan, no offense or anything just sounds like the name of a roughian, lol :)

Dawid must be your dad or Brother something like that or your school teacher crush :) ????
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

Ewelina

yeah i've noticed how popular that name is, i reckon six out of ten girls are either called Katarzyna or Ewelina, in fact i'm laughing just thinking about it.

My polish name, first name and middle name would be, Karol Dawid (Karl David), but i don't know about my surname i don't think there is Polish for it :)

ohh i have big sentiment to this name.

what is it your dads name or something or is that mr 40% boyfriend, hahaha.
tornado2007   
10 Sep 2007
Genealogy / Popular Polish First Names? [152]

A few names spring to mind

Girls

Katrazyna
Karolina
Marta

Boys

Artur
Tomasz
Dawid
tornado2007   
9 Sep 2007
Love / Polish girls attitudes towards sex. [568]

Polish view on sex? The damn same as any girls view on sex, in ANY country in the world.

jesus man can't you tell i'm joking, i'm always flogging people for saying 'polish' etc whats the difference in nationality?? nothing.

I dont even think women usually have 'views' on sex

i agree

listen to this dude! Yo :)

YO i'l do my own thing thanks, that includes not been a cut out cardboard gangster :)
tornado2007   
9 Sep 2007
Love / Polish girls attitudes towards sex. [568]

1. Your not tending to their needs. ( Sexually or otherwise )

this has cost me in a number of relationships, however i cannot help being away so i learned to take it after the first time.

Sometimes its just not the right time for a relationship and especially when your young and the girl does not understand that your life does not revolve around them, i'm not saying i'm perfect probably far from it but i think you get my point.

As for Polish Girls views on sex?? well??
tornado2007   
22 Aug 2007
Real Estate / The current property boom in Poland is a bubble [342]

I was born in the UK that's true but was brought up as a Polish girl by two Polish parents who in turn were brought up by their Polish parents

Exactly, I was born of the British parents in Akrotiri Cyprus, but i'm British, it says so on my birth certificate. So i'm sure LIR you are Polish.

However i'm wondering if like me you can have a passport from the country of your birth, for example i hold both British Passport and Cypriot one??