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How would you describe the Polish sense of humour?


pawian 189 | 18,876
19 Jun 2021 #61
is clearly Polish in character-:)

Hmm, suddenly I got a bit uncertain. Complaining about the weather is more British hobby than Polish. Poles prefer to complain about their rightist rulers and their mad concepts and incompetence, for example.

I still have another idea - it could have been sth personal between those two guys and not connected with you. E..g, sb else had unjustly accused them of some wrongdoing before your meeting. It could be their boss who critisized Mirek for a badly printed document and it was unfair coz he wasn`t responsible for the faulty printer or the shortage of toner. The boss had said: What a lousy copy!So, when you mentioned lousy weather, they immediately recalled the situation in the office or wherever the printer was. :):)
Lyzko 33 | 8,287
19 Jun 2021 #62
Yeah, makes sense.
pawian 189 | 18,876
19 Jun 2021 #63
The simplest solution to your quest would be asking them about their outburst of laughter.
Lyzko 33 | 8,287
19 Jun 2021 #64
They explained, "No, to zart!" -:)
pawian 189 | 18,876
19 Jun 2021 #65
So now you need to elicit a more precise answer from them. What was the reason you thought it was a joke? You can justify your prying :):) with the desire to learn more about the fascinating Polish culture. :):)
Lyzko 33 | 8,287
19 Jun 2021 #66
Right on the money there, pawian! Thanks.


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