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Joined: 19 Oct 2016 / Male ♂
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From: Zielona Góra, Lubuskie
Speaks Polish?: Of course
Interests: Making libtard and muslim foreigners stay away from my home.

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NoToForeigners   
19 Dec 2016
News / Demonstrations in Poland in defence of democracy. [2554]

@Paulina
Sure i am. I am "good" with all that can be good for my country. Im sure that good relations with The West and with The East are just like that.

I see no reason to polarize. We can cooperate with all. We dont have to call Russians enemies just because Hamburgerica hates them (is scared of them).
NoToForeigners   
26 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

@johnny reb
We dont need guns. We are trully free. American Freedom is living in fear that everybody has a gun and is potential threat to others. We dont need "American Freedom" in Poland. We dont need to watch our backs every minute we are outside.

No Thanx!!!
NoToForeigners   
26 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

@Ironside
We as us, Poles. Thats obviously not including you.

I am free to do what i want. Even KOD madmen are.

I am not scared to go to the movies just to meet armed Bane with craze in his eyes. I am not scared to go to the Christmas Market and get run over by a lorry.

I am free and i dont need a gun.
NoToForeigners   
26 Dec 2016
Life / COMBATING "POLACK" JOKES [460]

Polack jokes lol.

I think jokes about us are sometimes funny. I often laugh my ass loud reading gay jokes or "dresiarze" jokes or jews jokes. Thing is they are all just that. Jokes. Nothing real. Just made up.

A proper joke is the real life one and Americans are best on this classification.

Mind you its not a joke. Its American reality.

youtube.com/watch?v=r8pnec4Hxps
NoToForeigners   
26 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

@johnny reb
You dont apply to have one. You apply because you know all have one. Its a big difference. See... Counterfeit Bane (Batman antagonist) murders your fellows in dozens by "borrowing weapons from Uncle". It doesnt mean **** he borrowed it. In Europe you cant borrow semi auto from Uncle simply coz your Uncle never has one.

Anyways. Please dont judge us from a country that crime happens the most
NoToForeigners   
26 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

@johnny reb
Johnny

Me borrowing a gun from my Uncle being against the ław. Cant u see? I can "borrow" a gun from anyone. Cant you see that if no one is allowed to posses a weapon.= I cant borrow IT from any one else. Last US shooting was about a young guy having on possesion like 6 guns? I myself wouldnt be able to get even ONE !!! And he still murdered several people regardless of if they had concealed firearms or not.

Murderer in Sweden could not get firearms therefore he used samurai blade. IT made the attack being less severe and SMALL area
NoToForeigners   
26 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

@johnny reb
The thing you dont understand is theres no bad guy with the gun. Its just in your Utopian American Dream. There is no guy with the gun since he couldn't buy it or illegally borrow it from his mother, his son or his Brother or from fking aliens. Its so fking simple.
NoToForeigners   
26 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

Anyway johnny. You must be right. There are like 50 mass shootings every year in the US and like two in a fu... king CENTURY in Poland.

You must be right. Weapons must be right too.

/SARCASM
NoToForeigners   
27 Dec 2016
Travel / Is it safe to travel to Poland? [194]

@Wulkan
AGREED. Poland is traditional but it is Western country by all means. Its not Iran or UAE. We wont kill u for being of colour or wearing wrong clothes. Such things only in Muslim countries.

BTW. Its Polish. With the capital "P".
NoToForeigners   
27 Dec 2016
Language / What's the difference between "idź" and "przejdź"? [19]

On jechał rowerem do pracy- He was riding a bicycle to work vs. On pojechał rowerem do pracy

This is exactly why i call English tenses "półczasami" or "half- times".

" Zrobiłem kupę dlatego, że w dalszej części wypowiedzi stwierdzam, że robiłem kupę" i nazwanie tego czasem mnie śmieszy. :)
NoToForeigners   
27 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

@johnny reb
I was not brainwashed by anyone. You give me stats on illegal weapon usage in the US. Dude. Its easy to steal a gun from anyone in the society.where guns are common. If ill borrow a gun from my uncle who got it legally and kill someone with itt will go into the illegal possession statistics. Go and show me how easy is to get ILLEGAL firearms in Poland. Mind you you have to get it from other source than your friend/family that own it legally. (even then you would experience struggle).

Go. Show me.

I love in Poland for like 30 years and never seen anyone carrying firearms. Never.
NoToForeigners   
27 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

@NoToForeigners
As for your "Poland is 10 times less citizens" Johnny. ill take the whole fking Europe and show you that murders including usage of firearms is all together many many times lower than in the US.
NoToForeigners   
27 Dec 2016
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

@Chemikiem
America. Heh. "... The land of the free...". Seems freedom in american eyes is to be able to do whatever it takes to overcome threat.

IMHO true freedom is when there's no threat and no need to overcome it. Lol
NoToForeigners   
28 Dec 2016
News / The Witcher 3 game - Poland's great success [37]

Merged: Truth about Polish video game industry

Poland's IT sector is growing very fast, companies are looking for specialists. Are Polish video game producers short of employees?

poland.pl/economy/investments-projects/polish-video-games-set-new-trends/

Seems our schools "back then" were more emphasised on science.

That's a bold claim from one of The Witcher developers.
NoToForeigners   
29 Dec 2016
Language / I was born in Poland and I cannot pronounce 'CZ' [35]

@DominicB
LOL. Nonsense. Maybe for Poles after primary schools there's no difference lol Especially in British English words like bad and bed or bat and bet are very easy to distinguish.
NoToForeigners   
29 Dec 2016
Language / I was born in Poland and I cannot pronounce 'CZ' [35]

@DominicB

There is many false stereotypes about Poles like the "th" sound being somewhat impossible to produce by them (where it is as easy as just putting tongue between teeth and mildly blowing) or to understand English cases and putting those in use.

Like I said. Those aspects are hard for primary school "absolwents" (lol) that often struggle with Polish itself. Lol
NoToForeigners   
29 Dec 2016
Language / I was born in Poland and I cannot pronounce 'CZ' [35]

@DominicB
Well. There's your experience and there's mine hehe.

Anyway. Those things regardless of how annoying to you may be are just nuances. It's a level on par with English speakers trying to ask me about Katarzyna's whereabouts by saying "Where's Kasza?":). It's just a question of practice. Nothing more.

Vast majority of Poles using English on daily basis (Poles abroad) are self taught (like myself), never had a proper lesson and a tutor. Most of them have never seen an English dictionary yet after a year or so in the UK they are able to talk with natives about their work and even meet with then in a pub after the work to have a relaxing chat (ignoring nuances). Now imagine a generally lowly educated British "Bob the construction worker" coming to Poland and after one year going to "knajpa" and having a chat in Polish with the natives there. I can't see that happen.

Now IMHO there are two major reasons to that.

1. Poles are used to barriers in languages since they were fighting to beat the extremely complex Polish grammar from day one of their lives,

2. English (up to pretty high level) is EASY (yes I said it) therefore they don't really need to learn it properly (just being submerged in it daily is enough) and are basically unaware of the subtle nuances you mentioned above (since they were never taught about those).
NoToForeigners   
30 Dec 2016
Life / Would love to move to Poland [13]

We do not accept

You don't live in Poland yourself yet you try to decide who can and cannot live there?
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / Short Polish<->English translations [929]

@rusty75
Droga Gosiu,
Miłości mojego życia,
Jesteś moją drugą połową,
Kocham cię od momentu naszego spotkania.

Moje szczęście zaczęło się gdy pocałowałaś mnie w policzek,
Od tego dnia chciałem zadać tobie to oto pytanie,
Czy wyjdziesz za mnie? (although I'd ask "Zostaniesz moją żoną?" which means "will you become my wife?"

I wish you the answer will be positive :)
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / I was born in Poland and I cannot pronounce 'CZ' [35]

Slight offtopic

oughtn't pose

I thought "oughtn't" requires infinitive "to" to be used correctly since if you break it down it is "ought not to". So your sentence in next to last of your posts should look like this:

Nasals, for French speakers, oughtn't to pose too much of a problem.

Or am I mistaken?

Thanks
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / Spelling of a Polish name? [38]

Would gladly help but the video isn't working on Android devices nor playstation :)