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Differences in Polish, American and British mentality


OP Havok 10 | 912
9 Mar 2011  #31
sorry to say that but sounds like Havok I remember when he started to post here and laugh out that young people in Poland leave home so late

Do you really think it’s ok for kids to live with their mommy and daddy forever? Is that a part of the Polish mentality?
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #32
Do you really think it’s ok for kids to live with their mommy and daddy forever?

No but it's Polish reality.
I don't want to go back to this discussion again but I just wanna say that you showed then your true colors. You started to boast about yourself and called other people losers.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,596
9 Mar 2011  #33
You started to boast about yourself and called other people losers.

The only losers in this case are the ones who feel the need to look down on others.
OP Havok 10 | 912
9 Mar 2011  #34
No but it's Polish reality.
I don't want to go back to this discussion again but I just wanna say that you showed then your true colors. You started to boast about yourself and called other people losers.

my true colors are that I’ve been kicked out of my home at age 17 and I made it in a foreign country on my focking own.

This can't be as hard as finding an apartment in Poland and live separately from your parents a few miles down the road. This is where I’m coming from if you get my drift.

and i'm a just another kid, nothing special.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
9 Mar 2011  #35
my true colors are that I’ve been kicked out of my home at age 17 and I made it in a foreign country on my focking own.

well, do you exept congratulations or a medal? you're not the only one, you know...
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #36
Is that a part of the Polish mentality?

and i'm a just another kid, nothing special.

So yes it's Polish thing. Don't you look down on Poles in the Old Country right now?
OP Havok 10 | 912
9 Mar 2011  #37
well, do you exept congratulations or a medal? you're not the only one, you know...

nah, i'm just saying. It pains me when you say something to make a point and people like puella try to use it to make a point about arrogant Polish-Americans.

So yes it's Polish thing. Don't you look down on Poles in the Old Country right now?

no i'm looking down on you, because you got no life lady.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
9 Mar 2011  #38
It pains me when you say something to make a point and people like puella try to use it to make a point about arrogant Polish-Americans.

i'm not buying it...
:)
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #39
no i'm looking down on you, because you got no life lady.

oh, so you started picking on me? I thought you want to discuss and explain things...

like puella try to use it to make a point about arrogant Polish-Americans.

because you are arogant! everything about you is arogant! why don't I think that British are arogant? tell me why?!

Oh sorry I forgot about Skysoulmate. He is the one not arogant here. Really nice guy which I like so much. But its probably the Swedish upbringing. He can discuss even if some disagree with him.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,596
9 Mar 2011  #40
no i'm looking down on you, because you got no life lady.

How do you know she has no life?

You can hardly accuse other people of making generalisations when you're making one about her.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
9 Mar 2011  #41
I can really easily associate with PennBoy. I used have the same perception

What happened ;)
Havok the only reason I say things is because people who've never been to the States who have some low paying job try to talk **** about Polish Americans. It's jealousy, a blind man can see it. They got all happy America was in a recession, it's getting out of it everyone's working again.

That's intresting because many Poles find such Americans very arogant - they don't like anything here and they don't mind at all to criticize every small thing aloud.

Because there's a lot to criticize. Poles on this forum criticize America non stop, compare the two countries what could Poland possibly have on America? pllz.
OP Havok 10 | 912
9 Mar 2011  #42
oh, so you started picking on me? I thought you want to discuss and explain things...

wow, you're so swift, you're attempts at trying to provoke me are pathetic.

You remind me those women back in Poland that would stare out at the window all day and than gossip to the rest of the day about what they've seen. I'm not sure why I have that image in my head, I just do.

What gives you the right to judge me lady?

How do you know she has no life?
You can hardly accuse other people of making generalisations when you're making one about her.

She likes stereotypes so do I. Please refer to the above - an old lady staring out the window and gossiping all day - an image in my head.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,596
9 Mar 2011  #43
Havok the only reason I say things is because people who've never been to the States who have some low paying job try to talk **** about Polish Americans.

No, we talk **** about Polish Americans because most of them are racist morons who have nothing in common with Poland.

And then of course, there are people like you - who betrayed Poland just for the sake of a few extra dollars.

compare the two countries what could Poland possibly have on America? pllz.

Poland doesn't have you, that's one definite advantage for Poland.

The fact that you're now making Poland out to be some sort of backwater really shows where your true allegiance lies - traitor.
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #44
wow, you're so swift, you're attempts at trying to provoke me are pathetic.

but I don't. You have asked about my opinion so I told you. I found 3 distinguished Polish-American PF users very arogant. And you were among them. Sorry but that's the impression you made on me. It's not a provocation, merely my honest opinion.

What gives you the right to judge me lady?

You gave it to me by asking such question as in the thread subject. I just used you as an example.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
9 Mar 2011  #45
Poles on this forum criticize America non stop, compare the two countries what could Poland possibly have on America? pllz.

please don't call yourself a Pole anymore...
OP Havok 10 | 912
9 Mar 2011  #46
impression you made on me. It's not a provocation, merely my honest opinion.

Read about my impressions of you. Thank you for the mutual understanding in this matter.
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #47
Read about my impressions of you.

You have right to have an impression of me and I have right to have an impression of you. And that's fine.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
9 Mar 2011  #48
there are people like you - who betrayed Poland

Dude you really should go see a doctor there's something wrong with you.

because you are arogant!

my true colors are that I’ve been kicked out of my home at age 17 and I made it in a foreign country on my focking own.
This can't be as hard as finding an apartment in Poland and live separately from your parents a few miles down the road.

Exactly Havok, when we first came here i lived in a neighborhood where half the kids ended up dead or in prison or addicted to drugs. I took a loan went to a University, saw the real America, came back to Philadelphia got a good job and live in a nice neighborhood, on my own. People in Poland think you get off the plane and they throw dollars at you, you gotta work hard in school and later at work to get things here.
Ironside 47 | 9,622
9 Mar 2011  #49
Do you really think it’s ok for kids to live with their mommy and daddy forever? Is that a part of the Polish mentality?

Well, your are ignorant, those cases are more common in Italy, and Greece I believe, so there is nothing about so called Polish mentality, other then, shortage of renting space, and low income.
OP Havok 10 | 912
9 Mar 2011  #50
You gave it to me by asking such question as in the thread subject

Fair game, you're vicious, mean, competitive and persistent... must be Polish-American than.

See PGTX that's why I don't seek out Polish here. We would rip each other apart.
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #51
shortage of renting space, and low income.

Yes but he didn't accept those argument.
OP Havok 10 | 912
9 Mar 2011  #52
Well, your are ignorant,

Living with parents too Iron?... ok I give up, I’m ignorant. Yeah it's a common thing. Whatever floats your boat dude, live with mommy if you have to.

Gotta go. Laterz Polacks.
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #53
Fair game, you're vicious, mean, competitive and persistent... must be Polish-American than.

I see anything vicious in my comments, mean or persistent. I just wanted to say that I don't care about your impression of me. I accept it and want to move on
delphiandomine 83 | 17,596
9 Mar 2011  #54
Laterz Polacks.

Pretty damn obvious from your use of Polack that you're not who you say you are, but rather some rather bored college student who had to sit by as his girlfriend got nailed by some Polish guy.
Ironside 47 | 9,622
9 Mar 2011  #55
Living with parents too Iron?.

Ha? :D Cannot take the truth ? Sayonnara !
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #56
Gotta go. Laterz Polacks.

I think he didn't learn anything...

Pretty damn obvious from your use of Polack that you're not who you say you are, but rather some rather bored college student who had to sit by as his girlfriend got nailed by some Polish guy.

His wife is on the forum.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,596
9 Mar 2011  #57
His wife is on the forum.

He has a wife with such an attitude?

Wow. And Americans wonder why Europeans sneer at them?
puella 4 | 172
9 Mar 2011  #58
He has a wife with such an attitude?

I was suprised too. But she's much nicer.
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
9 Mar 2011  #59
we talk **** about Polish Americans because most of them are racist morons

You shouldn't make spurious generalizations about millions of people based on the remarks of some of the few Polish-Americans that post on this forum.
Ironside 47 | 9,622
10 Mar 2011  #60
f the few Polish-Americans that post on this forum.

For all we know, it could be the same person!

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