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Are Polish the same as Belgian??


eastvantage 1 | 1
17 Jul 2012 #1
What's the common traits of Polish when it comes to business? We're actually a European owned and managed consultancy and business process outsourcing company. We provide offshoring and outsourcing services to entrepreneurs in consumer digital experience and business IT solutions. And we'd like to know how it is to work with Polish. Our clients are from Belgium. Are Polish the same as Belgian??

Just wondering....

Tina
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pawian 161 | 9,971
17 Jul 2012 #2
Are Polish the same as Belgian??

Probably yes, but there are substantial differences. E.g., we don`t eat French fries with mayonaise.

E.g., we don`t eat French fries with mayonaise.

Delicious:

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catsoldier 62 | 596
17 Jul 2012 #3
Delicious:

I couldn't agree more.
rybnik 18 | 1,462
17 Jul 2012 #4
never tried, But that pic makes me want to ;)
pawian 161 | 9,971
17 Jul 2012 #5
I couldn't agree more.

never tried, But that pic makes me want to ;)

I second that on one condition: the mayonaise is Polish produce!!
pawian 161 | 9,971
18 Jul 2012 #7
But that pic makes me want to ;)

Some people put ketchup on their chips/French fries.

Crazy?
boletus 30 | 1,366
18 Jul 2012 #8
Crazy?

No, the North Americans. :-)
I am the last one to provide authoritative answers on McDonald's, since I visit such places once a year or so, but I seem to remember that long ago there were big red plastic bottles of Heinz and yellow bottles of mustard on every table. They are gone now, replaced by the shallow plastic tubes of ketchup that are no longer as messy as their predecessors, the mini plastic packets - thus solving the drive-thru ketchup and fries misery of the drivers.





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