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Alcohol problems of Polish people


Seanus 15 | 19,674
29 Sep 2010 #91
Exceedingly I'd say! We have the same but with whisky. There was a drinking competition in Inverness and the guy didn't even live to claim his reward. Oops a daisy! I don't see many Poles staggering around tbh. More Scots do IMHO.
Plastic Pole52 - | 67
29 Sep 2010 #92
They can't buy Wine so depend on POLISH CHEAP VODKA



never try this: Pint of Vodka in 4 Seconds

He was English.
f stop 25 | 2,507
29 Sep 2010 #93
I drink every day but I fully control it. I can stop whenever I want, but for the time being I don`t want to stop because it isn`t a problem.

every single day?? Dude, you got to quit for few days every once in a while, just to see if you get the shakes!
Seanus 15 | 19,674
29 Sep 2010 #94
Well said by Pawian :) :) My wife smokes a lot because she wants to. I don't smoke now because I don't want to. It's about willpower and choice :)

I didn't drink for a long time because I had a cold and there was no sense. Still, I like a swalley on the bevvy but, like Pawian, it is all controlled and harm's no-one.
Plastic Pole52 - | 67
29 Sep 2010 #95
[quote=wildrover]I have seen a Russian do it....but i think he was well used to such quantities....

If you are not..its very dangerous...[/quote


Seanus 15 | 19,674
29 Sep 2010 #96
Menele is not a nice word here. Menel means feckin loser :(
loco polaco 3 | 352
29 Sep 2010 #97
Lol pawian. by american standards all polish ppl are alcoholics but then americans tend to drink crappy beer etc.
Barney 15 | 1,584
30 Sep 2010 #98
I drink every day

Drink should be part of your diet.....that is important. Most Europeans understand that alcohol is part of adult life.
Seanus 15 | 19,674
30 Sep 2010 #99
Absolutely. Understanding is well developed in Europe, then? ;) :)
Barney 15 | 1,584
30 Sep 2010 #100
Understanding is well developed in Europe

Of course Europe never had prohibition:)
Seanus 15 | 19,674
30 Sep 2010 #101
Slainte mhaithe to that (cheers)
Marek11111 9 | 808
30 Sep 2010 #102
I do not think people in Poland drink more then people in germany or in united states it’s the same
loco polaco 3 | 352
30 Sep 2010 #103
by far poles drink more then americans. for that matter so do germans and french and italians. alcohol is much more the way of life in europe. besides europe not having prohibition, there are no dry areas (counties) or sunday laws in europe. rarely do get togethers start with a drink in usa like they do in most euuropean countriies. so, it's not even close marek.
pawian 222 | 23,674
30 Sep 2010 #104
Lol pawian

Loco, long time no see! I started worrying about you. Good you have come back. I hope you haven`t forgotten old friends... :):):)

every single day?? Dude, you got to quit for few days every once in a while, just to see if you get the shakes!

I don`t get any shakes, ever.

But I see a lot of this stuff a dozen times every day:
Should I worry?
pgtx 29 | 3,146
30 Sep 2010 #105
Should I worry?

no, just feed them with cheese...
pawian 222 | 23,674
30 Sep 2010 #106
No, whenever I see them, I feed them to this:
Marek11111 9 | 808
30 Sep 2010 #107
loco polaco:

by far poles drink more then americans

no they do not

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southern 74 | 7,074
30 Sep 2010 #108
Polish people do not seem to have a problem with alcohol.
pawian 222 | 23,674
30 Sep 2010 #109
Of course not. Do you know that Poles and Russians are mentioned in encyclopeadias as the only survivors of 7 per mill content of alcohol in blood?
espana 17 | 950
30 Sep 2010 #110
Alcohol problems of Polish people

nahhhh!!!!


Natasa 1 | 580
30 Sep 2010 #111
Compared to this Russian here, hardly anybody has problems.

youtu.be/3RJXP1tfSBM
Marek11111 9 | 808
30 Sep 2010 #112
no one has a problem drinking just stupid society is labeling nationality of people and that is the problem
zetigrek
30 Sep 2010 #113
Compared to this Russian here, hardly anybody has problems.

it was said that this guy is mentally challenged not drunk
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
30 Sep 2010 #114
At this stage this thread has become a competition rather than what the OP intended...

But I have never ever seen drinking like in Lithuania:
...
In comparison, the Irish and Poles are teetotallers.

I heard when I lived there that the lads would leave a metal pipe in the snow, buy a cheap perfume, and pour the perfume down the pipe. The 'idea' was that the 'impurities' would freeze to the pipe (alcohol having a lower freezing temperature), allowing the alcohol to come out the end of the pipe to be drunk, to be drunk.
Natasa 1 | 580
1 Oct 2010 #115
it was said that this guy is mentally challenged not drunk

Who isn't mentally challenged when he is drunk? ;)

I don't believe in that story (slow movements, lousy coordination, coal mine worker?). But I'm willing to reconsider:)

Where did you get that information?
wildrover 98 | 4,441
1 Oct 2010 #116
Ha...What will be worse...the hangover , or the smack on the head from the frying pan when the wife sees em...???
warsawmole 6 | 42
1 Oct 2010 #117
When I'm drunk and stupid, it's not actually me! I have a double who makes my life hell!
Pinching Pete - | 554
1 Oct 2010 #118
I have a double who makes my life hell!

.. not to mention the old ladies you shake your penus as at.
warsawmole 6 | 42
1 Oct 2010 #119
You've met my double then? Please say sorry to your Grandma :)
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
1 Oct 2010 #120
"Drinking is not habit forming, I should know. I've been drinking every day for 40 years.".........Dorota Lemska.


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