Hmm.. I thought that Isthatu talked about black and white and grey films...
Poles angle and take fish home to cook (mostly). Law allows it in Poland because registered anglers pay annual fees for fishing, which start from about 200 PLN.
Brits release the caught fish back into the water (mostly).
Hence, such signs in Britain:
Aren`t Brits weird?
British double taps vs Polish single taps.
Aren`t Brits peculiar? :):):)LONDON (Oct. 31, 2002)-During a wartime visit to Moscow in 1942, Winston S. Churchill discovered a marvel of modern technology: hot and cold water flowing from the same faucet.
"It's very strange to me," says Ayelet Langer, who moved to London from Israel last year and found two faucets mounted on the newly installed bathroom sink in her apartment. "I thought I couldn't really cope with it at first, but now I do." Worried that the water from the hot tap will scald the fingers of her one-year-old son, she washes his hands in the kitchen sink, which has a single spout.
Last week I attended the blessing of married couples due to our August anniversary. Connected with renewing wedding vows.
Churches are still full of believers in Poland.
In Britain empty churches are turned into museums, clubs, discos, sports centres and are also full of people. :):):):)
In US, they become bars
Aren`t Poles amazing?