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Joined: 26 Jul 2006 / Male ♂
Last Post: 21 Mar 2007
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Huegel   
20 Mar 2007
Language / Polish Swear Words [1169]

are lots of polish men like that?

What? Like that as in sensitve, lovers of interior design and Barbara Streisand... that

Dunno.
Huegel   
20 Mar 2007
Language / Polish Swear Words [1169]

I think he meant would your man kick you out of bed if you called him a homo. :) But thanks for the info.
Huegel   
20 Mar 2007
Language / Polish Swear Words [1169]

Yep, we have a winner. Try that Anglik. Guaranteed success. :)

Let us know how you get on.
Huegel   
20 Mar 2007
Language / Polish Swear Words [1169]

I'd try: Poland is bleeping bleep hole. Why the bleep don't they clean the bleep up of the bleeping streets. I wouldn't even let a lady of the night out alone round here. :)
Huegel   
15 Mar 2007
Life / Why Do You Love Poland? [866]

Anyone can say that about anything. Give reasons. You know the drill: Point quote analsyis. :)
Huegel   
14 Mar 2007
UK, Ireland / Cheap calls to Poland from the UK [133]

Hmm. That's a shame.

If you only lack a mic, usb phones shouldn't cost too much (Currys £14.99, thanks Google) but, if it's calling cards or the like that you're after then you'll have to hope there is another Brit about with a dose of insomnia/early morning munchies who might be able to help.

Good luck anyway. :)
Huegel   
14 Mar 2007
UK, Ireland / Cheap calls to Poland from the UK [133]

If you have the internet (apparently so) some kind of usb telephone/headset britney mic combo, then Skype.com may be your answer. :)
Huegel   
7 Mar 2007
Love / DO POLISH MEN DATE OLDER WOMEN? [169]

L. Honestly, I think it all boils down to the answer to two questions.
Can you forgive what he did?
Can you trust him again?

If yes, then i'd say you are the strong one, if not, then it would probably save you pain and heartache in the long run to say goodbye sooner rather than later.

Just my 0.02€

Good luck whatever. :)
Huegel   
1 Mar 2007
Food / The name of a Polish pastry? Chrust? [42]

Hmm, sounds right, but definitely no egg or mushroom.
I'd have said more a glorified sausage roll...it was minced meat, other goodness (green stuff usually) wrapped in puff pastry, cooked and enjoyed. But she definitely said it was called pasticziki (pastacheeky)

Is there more than one version?
Huegel   
1 Mar 2007
Food / The name of a Polish pastry? Chrust? [42]

The one and possibly only good thing about my ex's Mother was her ability to make the most incredible dish..well snack really. I do not know the correct spelling but to a British ear it sounded like it was called:

Pastacheeky. Any ideas? God that was lovely. :)
Huegel   
24 Feb 2007
History / Norman Davies - the Brit who loves Poland and becomes one of Us [250]

Your thick

Probably you're right. :) (Notice the spelling Riff it's a contraction of you and are. Just a little tip :) ) There is after all no way I could compete with such a mental giant as yourself.

Still, here in my own little backward world, it's oh so very boring. :(
No little green men come to visit me, god doesn't want to put me in a headlock and tell me how much he loves me and no, i've never sat down and really tried to get excited about finding predictions about the lottery numbers in a very old book.

Oh, how I wish I was you, will you be my bff. purrrleeeease. :)
Huegel   
21 Feb 2007
History / Norman Davies - the Brit who loves Poland and becomes one of Us [250]

BuildaFatOne

Thank you that man!

Before you go spouting the whole bible code BS Riff. Please remember that a man who was less than impressed with the bible codes, (i forget his name sadly) attempted the same thing using equidistant letter sequencing with Moby Dick and shock horror, found a code about Martin Luther King's assasination, also the same Rabin message that appeared in the bible too.

Btw, for those still skeptical amongst us, they also found a prediction of 9/11 in the complete works of Vanilla Ice.

Robert Van Winkel, a true prophet of our time, peace be upon him. :)

If there was a problem yo I'll solve it, check out the hook while DJ revolves it.
Huegel   
19 Feb 2007
Life / Do you think that Polish people are rude? [951]

Now that's what I call polite

Pah, you're mere amateurs.

Toff 1: I say, were you looking at my lady companion in an amorous manner? Why, you fiend, you've just gone and offended my principles to their very core. I demand satisfaction.

Toff 2: Why, I am most dreadfully sorry, however, I wouldn't want to insult you further by refusing to give you satisfaction.
Toff 1: Jolly decent of you. Would you mind stepping outside?
Toff 2: Certainly, i'll even remove my spectacles. I wouldn't want you to cut your hand on any glass fragments.
Toff 1: I do hope you enjoy hospital food.
Huegel   
16 Feb 2007
History / Kosciuszko Squadron - why don't they bring it back? [45]

repeat please... :)

Sorry, just a BoB reference. :) I've always been mightily impressed by the Poles, in general and specifically with relation to the BoB. The movie I keep banging on about Dark Blue World shows the Czech involvement with the RAF but I do agree that the Polish contribution needs to be covered a bit more in depth.

I'll look into getting that book. Hope there is a German translation floating around, as I doubt I'll find the English version here.

I also do hope that you're right about the movie. If done properly, it could be fantastic.

Thanks for the links too. Interesting stuff.

Anyway, stop all that polish...chit chat and steer 3-1-0 :)
Huegel   
13 Feb 2007
History / Norman Davies - the Brit who loves Poland and becomes one of Us [250]

you say God does not exist that means he does not exist.

Oh boy, today's the day, isn't it! Omm, etc God give me strength.

Please do not put words into my mouth. :) Thanks.

The difference between you and me sunshine, is that I do not ram my god damn beliefs (THAT IS ALL THEY ARE!) down other people's throats.

I have my own ideas BUT I am happy to accept that I may not be right.

You however are convinced that you are right and everyone else, that does not agree 100% with you is wrong. Fullstop, end of story.
That is extremism at worst, evangelicalism at best.

You claim you were wrestling with god. Fine you're welcome to that belief.
Other people have exactly the same "experience" as you discribed; the whole bright light, floating off the bed, being manhandled but say they're abducted by aliens instead.

I assume, going on your past form, you'd say they're poor deluded fools as there are no little green men. But then in the next breath claim you were 100% physically being pinned to the deck by an embodiment of someone who alledgedly lived 2000 years ago.

If you aren't prepared to be a bit flexible and admit, there is a slight chance you are wrong, then you are discrediting yourself. (THough you do that everytime you resort to personal insults, as I say very christian of you.

Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these [...] Thou art not far from the kingdom of God. [...] And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise.

Your mileage may vary. :)
Huegel   
12 Feb 2007
History / Norman Davies - the Brit who loves Poland and becomes one of Us [250]

Hey Clown, keep your parakeet brain in a little box. Your a silly, silly child. Can you spiritually mature ? No need to reply.

Ahh, wonderful. Thank you for showing us all your true colours. It's amazing that once you cannot argue rationally, you resort to the only remaining option in your arsenal of persuasion. Insults. :)

Very Christian of you! :) Keep on turning that other cheek. :)
Huegel   
12 Feb 2007
History / Norman Davies - the Brit who loves Poland and becomes one of Us [250]

Did it get locked? I never noticed. Ah, that explains it then.

You mean you're actually claiming that you physically wrestled with a character from a 3000 year old compilation book?

I wrestled with God and I am certain of it.

So, it's just your belief then?

I once met Bigfoot, he showed me his hideout in the middle of the forests in California and we laughed and joked about the time he got captured on camera over grilled vennison. He apparently, was very annoyed at being called a female in the local press and he has no way of refuting it, as he doesn't want to end up in a zoo. Poor fella. :)

You have to believe this story because it is true and I am convinced of it.

Of course I have no real world proof and the fact I sound like a stark raving looney does not diminish the validity of my claim. I know it for certain. :) So if you don't believe me and you say there is no Bigfoot, you're a complete and utter fool. :)

Thanks for your reply, content notwithstanding. :)

Please don't reply further, it's obvious we'll never agree, so it's probably best to let you just carry on in your beliefs. Besides, this thread is a good one, we don't want to hijack it now do we. :)
Huegel   
9 Feb 2007
History / Norman Davies - the Brit who loves Poland and becomes one of Us [250]

Sure? I heard he resigned because of a slight problem about his request for the dismissal of Antoni Macierewicz.

Linkage:
news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/6334697.stm
gazetawyborcza.pl/1,75248,3899296.html (in polish)