What do you agree with?
What would you add?
Always be on time, it is considered extreme bad manners and poor etiquette to keep people waiting.
I personally hate this one, I'll be late for my own funeral. Life is too short to be on time all the time........unless it's for a plane
If you are invited to a private home for dinner, be prepared to remove your shoes before entering (no holes in socks please!)
First time I didn't know about this...I was wearing odd coloured socks. I'd understand if you had lovely expensive timber floors but they had some crap threadbare carpet.
The Polish workday usually starts around 8 am and ends no later than 4 pm. The working week includes a Saturday morning. Sunday is a day of rest, a time to be with family and go to church - Poland is 90% Catholic.
Well, that's obviously bullshit
Hands in pockets is considered disrespectful and rude. It is also bad etiquette to sit with one ankle resting on the other knee.
Business is taken seriously and the Poles don't appreciate the Western-style sales pitch. Just say it as it is and keep it strictly business.
Yea, this is true, business people are not one bit friendly here and there's no foreplay before getting down to business. I've heard it's the same with Polish men and that's why foreigners are such prized possession for Polkas. :P
I also don't like the thing of shaking every man's hand and kissing every chick every time you meet them even though you met them yesterday and then 3 days before that and a week before that. I think it's a bit disgusting, you never know where the dude's hand has been and if he washed it after he took his bigos poop that morning.
What would you add to the list?