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80% of Polish people are boring or can't party, why?


freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #1
When I lived in Poland I came to the conclusion that it's really hard to find people to have fun with. Polish guys (I mean majority of them) never have fun unless they get wasted and then start "singing"(nothing against singing if it was singing, lol) loud as hell (basically yelling)and women are sitting around them not really knowing how to handle this situation and eventually some of them shut down completely and the rest starts acting like their boyfriends.

What kind of experiences have you made?
plk123 8 | 4,150
4 Jun 2009 #2
i'd say 80% party well.. lotsa fun
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #3
matter of taste. All I can say, what I've experienced, most of times I haven't enjoyed it.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
4 Jun 2009 #4
What kind of experiences have you made?

isn't it when they are teenagers and are having their first experience with chicks and alcohol?
when older, they can party without behaving stupid...
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #5
they can party without behaving stupid...

All I know are parties with adults (no teens involved in any of the parties I was in).
pgtx 29 | 3,159
4 Jun 2009 #6
hmmm... i don't know... maybe you'd change the crowd...?
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #7
maybe you'd change the crowd...?

OK, I'm gonna make a short list of towns where I used to live in Poland
Krasnik, Lublin, Swidnik, Pulawy, Siedlce, Radzyn Podlaski, Mikolajki
(not counting towns where are just stopped by for a night or two. Most of times other teachers or older students invited me to their parties. It was fun here and there but most of times it was a waste of time.
plk123 8 | 4,150
4 Jun 2009 #8
pgtx

lol.. i'd have to say the same as polish parties have been way less about just getting sloshed then most american get togethers.
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #9
well, of what I know from this forum, you live in the states, right? If so then you know the difference. We also drink and sing (you have to admit, most of times better, lol)but no one is really yelling or puking at the table or falling of the couch etc.
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
4 Jun 2009 #10
When I lived in Poland I came to the conclusion that it's really hard to find people to have fun with.

Maybe it's you.

I'm gonna make a short list of towns where I used to live in Poland
Krasnik, Lublin, Swidnik, Pulawy, Siedlce, Radzyn Podlaski, Mikolajki

Try Greenland.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
4 Jun 2009 #11
We also drink and sing (you have to admit, most of times better, lol)but no one is really yelling or puking at the table or falling of the couch etc.

ahem.... well.... i've seen that in Hamerica.... ;)
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #12
Maybe it's you.

if it is then why I didn't have the same problems partying with people in western Europe for example?

i've seen that in Hamerica

where, in Chicago :-)
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
4 Jun 2009 #13
why I didn't have the same problems partying with people in western Europe for example?

Maybe you matured. Maybe your 'vibes' changed. Maybe you stopped wearing big clown shoes, who knows?

Our persona affects how others see and react to us.
sadieann 2 | 205
4 Jun 2009 #14
Polish people party with those they know.. If you do party with the Poles...Don't even try to keep up. They're louder, crazier, and know how to party...
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #15
Our persona affects how others see and react to us

c'mon man, there were at least 30 people each time we had the parties. Why are you trying to be sarcastic? All I'm saying is what I've experienced in Poland and how I see it as a foreigner.

They're louder, crazier, and know how to party...

you see, this is the point, different mentality
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
4 Jun 2009 #16
Why are you trying to be sarcastic?

Just part of my charm. Anyway, good luck partying...
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
4 Jun 2009 #17
Polish people party with those they know.. If you do party with the Poles...Don't even try to keep up. They're louder, crazier, and know how to party...

Guess they really know how to have fun, huh :P
pgtx 29 | 3,159
4 Jun 2009 #19
they really know how to have fun

hey! at least, they(guys) don't get naked and run around Adaś (in Krakow, for example)... ;P
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #20
Just part of my charm

very representative I must say ;-)
Have a good 1

hey! at least, they(guys) don't get naked and run around Adaś (in Krakow, for example)... ;P

who ran around naked?
pgtx 29 | 3,159
4 Jun 2009 #21
who ran around naked?

what do you mean who? you don't know? ;)
krysia 23 | 3,057
4 Jun 2009 #23
Ever been to a Polish Wedding? The party lasts for weeks!
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #24
I was invited once but couldn't go. I've heard about it, sometimes up to a week, I was told. Often ends up with fights, blood and a hospital, right lol. My students in Krasnik discribed me a typical wedding party in their region, lol.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
4 Jun 2009 #25
Ever been to a Polish Wedding?

Polish wedding sucks! everybody gets drunk and puking and the next day you can watch it on a video... what a pleasure!!
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #26
I can imagine. What a view, lmao
krysia 23 | 3,057
4 Jun 2009 #27
But the food is awesome!!
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #28
you mean the one you scrape off the floor, lol
pgtx 29 | 3,159
4 Jun 2009 #29
you don't have to attend a wedding to eat awesome PL food...
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #30
some Polish food is great but I can't even take a look at "flaki" (disgusting)


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