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Hollywood Lyrics, why a Polish girl? ('A Polish girl in America')


isthatu2 4 | 2,704
18 Jan 2011 #31
and probably dont send random pms telling me to get over my "anti Americanism",yeah,lol made me choke on my burger and Dr Pepper when I read that,missed a crucial bit in Law and Order coz of the coughing,havent been so breathless since when I stole 3 bases having an asthma attack during a ballgame when I was 16.

Ah well,curses to all you yankee running dog imperialists,we want our colony back,grrr!! ;)
Pinching Pete - | 558
19 Jan 2011 #32
Americans openly funding terrorist attacks on the UK though,well done

No.. wasn't dodging, I have a life and in my country "whitey" as you ironically refer to us has to work. I can see how an English white guy would relate to the African American though.. you have very similar work ethics.

To your point: A very small portion of Irish American funneled gun money to Sinn Fein / IRA..70s - 90s however it mostly outlawed now. I'm sure it still goes on. However, take it up with Greater Boston.. the rest of us could give a feck. Esp. Polish Americans?? You want to blow each other up over 13 counties or whatever .. go for it.

..It does seem that an awful lot of terrorists are escaping your people's usually exacting eyes here of late and if I was you b@stards I'd peak in on the mosques a little more often.
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
19 Jan 2011 #33
To your point: A very small portion of Irish American funneled gun money to Sinn Fein / IRA..70s - 90s however it mostly outlawed now.

My point exactly Pete,you throw around stuff about "thanks for the shoe bomber", yeah,a few looney immigrants who happen to live in the UK as oppossed to say,working as a Doctor in the US Army, decided to try and murder people on trans atlantic flights,flights that were crammed with British people too and you throw that at Brits in general,so,as stupid as if I had said I accussed "all" Americans of funding terrorism,or that it was still legal to do so. I cant remember it being legal this side of the pond,either to fund terrorism or to strap bombs to your shoes or your nuts.

..It does seem that an awful lot of terrorists are escaping your people's usually exacting eyes here of late and if I was you b@stards I'd peak in on the mosques a little more often.

agreed,but we have tighter restrictions on reporting security matters over here. Where as the CIA and FBI are compelled under freedom of information our MI5 and MI6 are still far more hush hush. With britain undoubtedly being a hub point for some muslims it stands to reason that there are so many on going operations that cant be reported , I guess what Im saying is,and of course if you want to get back to us being childish again,that the ones you hear about being stopped are maybe only the tip of the ice berg of how many terrorist acts are stopped. But lets face it,for every terrorist with a british passport I can point you to one with US citizenship,Times square wasnt some brit from bradford was it.

We take the p1ss out of each other but we ,our countries and our army's are both fighting the same fanatics and ocasionally those fanatics have got through and killed in both our countries. I could give a damn about the so called 2special relationship" as little as you do for it,but when we we both share the same problems and potential enemies it does come across as petty to start pointing out what colour/color passport X Y Z muslim lunatic carried?
guesswho 4 | 1,289
19 Jan 2011 #34
Not the poles fault that they produce hot woman that even the greedy americans want.

the greedy Americansdon't want Polish men though, lol
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
19 Jan 2011 #35
I promise to let it go after this,but,sorry,cant resist it,another reason maybe why some americans shouldnt label brits as bombers or turning a blind eye to them,this has got to be up there in the bizzaro stakes;

blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2011/01/terry_allen_lester_sex_toy_bomb.php
George8600 10 | 637
19 Jan 2011 #36
Marina is from Wales and one of her parents is Greek. She has been living in London since she was 18.

Damn one of my parents is Greek....why can't I be a hot chick with big boobs and a tight ass :-(

Btw, are you sure you're not confusing her with Catherine Zeta Jones, because she too has Greek heritage and is from Wales, and she looks much like Marina.
Trevek 26 | 1,702
19 Jan 2011 #37
Nope.. it didn't really become widespread until the 50's with the beatniks:

According to this site it was first recorded in 1949:
etymonline.com/index.php?l=d
daddy c.1500, colloquial dim. of dad, with -y (3). Daddylonglegs is from 1814; daddy-o is first recorded 1949, from bop talk.

So we can imagine it being used a little before that. There are also phrases in songs like "Whiskey in the jar" "whack-fol me daddy o".

Possibly derived from the term 'daddy of ...' 'daddy o ...'


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