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


krysia 23 | 3,058
4 Jun 2009 #31
you don't have to attend a wedding to eat awesome PL food...

Of course not. But it's FREE!!!!
pgtx 29 | 3,146
4 Jun 2009 #32
I can't even take a look at "flaki" (disgusting)

i was the same way for a long time... but then, i tied it and i love it now... :)

But it's FREE!!!!

what about the wedding presents or cash in the envelope??? nothing is for free!! :)
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #33
But it's FREE!!!!

someone told me that whoever is invited to a wedding party has to bring some cash and give it to the young couple as a present so it's not really free :-)
krysia 23 | 3,058
4 Jun 2009 #34
Just stick a lousy dollar in the envelope then pig out.
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #35
I was told it's at least 100zl. a person
theblueenigma 3 | 188
4 Jun 2009 #36
Myself and my beloved were at her cousins recently, we had to put 400 zl into the envelope :| Im still not happy about that
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #37
geez, I don't blame you
esek 2 | 228
4 Jun 2009 #38
had to put 400 zl into the envelope :|

had to? why?
BevK 11 | 248
4 Jun 2009 #39
I know lots of interesting, intelligent and witty Polish people and also lots of "halfies" - I think the OP was just maybe unlucky.
welshguyinpola 23 | 463
4 Jun 2009 #40
My experience of the Polish partying is that they have to be pushed to enjoy it. I hev been out with a wide range of Polish people and most of the guys stand around with a drink in their hand looking at their watches. The girls are a differnt story. They like to dance.

Im interested in what Sadieann said about them being crazy. A crazy night out is one that culminates in something wild, skinny dipping in the Baltic sea etc. The Poles I go out with are far from crazy, they are more conventional if anything. When staying in mazury and drunk I suggested we all go skinny dippuing in the lake. It was as if i asked them to cut their right arms off. Geez chill out
BevK 11 | 248
4 Jun 2009 #41
When staying in mazury and drunk I suggested we all go skinny dippuing in the lake. It was as if i asked them to cut their right arms off. Geez chill out

How cold was it at the time? :)
Seanus 15 | 19,674
4 Jun 2009 #42
It just depends who you meet. They do have a rather more conservative meaning of what a party is but just look at their clubbers. Oh, yes, that's the 20%, sorry ;)
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
4 Jun 2009 #43
80% of Polish people are boring or can't party, why???

A break down of this statement.

1. I know all Polish people and have been parting with the lot of them.
2. I did a statistical survey and found that 20% are not fun (how fun is that?).
3. Everyone must like what I like and party the way I think is fun.

What kind of experiences have you made?

Good ones.

A better question freebird, is what is your idea of fun?.
Wulkan - | 3,203
4 Jun 2009 #44
but no one is really yelling or puking at the table or falling of the couch etc.

we always do that to get rid of unwanted guest...
mvefa
4 Jun 2009 #45
they are more introvert i have noticed, they wait untill they get really drunk to misbehave and have fun.
Wulkan - | 3,203
4 Jun 2009 #46
introvert?! haha my girlfriend said the same about english guys
mvefa
4 Jun 2009 #47
guess all guys are introvert before getting drunk, besides me, im pretty extro and party-minded with or without alcohol, from a.m. to p.m!
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #48
A better question freebird, is what is your idea of fun?.

Ok seanus, when we party we also drink, sing and dance but I hate it when it gets out of control. What I mean, drink a little slower, sing a little nicer (at least try :-) most of times it works out too, I guess it's the language) and dance (in average Americans dance better than Poles, sorry it's what I've seen).

we always do that to get rid of unwanted guest...

I bet it works out pretty good especially with unwanted foreigners unless they suffer thru just not to insult the host. :-)

they are more introvert i have noticed, they wait untill they get really drunk to misbehave and have fun.

this is exactly what I think about it

pretty extro and party-minded with or without alcohol, from a.m. to p.m!

yeah Dutch people are really good to party with :-)
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
4 Jun 2009 #49
Ok seanus

That'd be the sheep.

A better question freebird, is what is your idea of fun?.

What I mean, drink a little slower, sing a little nicer

Well that is a far cry from "80% of Polish people are boring or can't party, why???".

You must be bored to come up with such a thread?.
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #50
well, I'm talking about my experiences in Poland, I'm not saying that everyone here (including your person) has to feel the same way about it.

As far as being "bored", yes I'm at times. I'm selfemployed and I have a little time here and there to waste it on this PF. I guess, quite a few people here see it the same way :-)
McCoy 27 | 1,269
4 Jun 2009 #51
80% of Polish people are boring or can't party

actually 78,5 %
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #52
why, you mean you can party, lol

That'd be the sheep

Oh sorry my bad
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
4 Jun 2009 #53
Oh sorry my bad

Correction again, you should have stated "my BAAAAaaaad"

I'm not saying that everyone here (including your person) has to feel the same way about it.

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

Your title is a statement and looking for an explanation to back that statement up.
I am offering an alternative
If you are not happy or are dissatisfied with my replies please contact Mr. Couldn'tcarless at Complaintsdepartment@hotmail

As far as being "bored", yes I'm at times.

I meant now, for coming up with such a thread.

After reading your posts on this thread, it seems like you spent some time here in Poland, visited many places, you were invited to a few parties and all you have to show for your experiences is to complain.

Your stance has also change a lot from your original assertion but that is life, I suppose.
I suppose what I am trying to say is this, have you any interesting to say about your experiences? (I bet you do).
Cardno85 31 | 976
4 Jun 2009 #54
I find them very easy to party with...but then I am scottish...
mvefa
4 Jun 2009 #55
Not to be an ass or anything, but in all the countries i have been to, in the ex east-block Europe, they are a bit more introvert and they are reserved, they do not have the "i dont give a ****" attitude we have in the west, they care when they are sober about what people might think of them and bla bla,,

that totally goes away after they get drunk, which goes compleeeetly the other way, can be fun but it can be annoying as well, had some guys puking in the dancefloor in warsaw...iek

yeah Dutch people are really good to party with :-)

Well duh! when i was a student it was party from monday through sunday, now oh well, more like thursday through saturday haha getting old babe
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #56
complain.

not really to complain but point out the differences

interesting to say about your experiences? (I bet you do).

I like the way you're trying to be half-nice, lol
I can be the same way, maybe this is why I like to party with Brits :-)
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
4 Jun 2009 #57
not really to complain but point out the differences

a lot of people come on here pointing and talking about differences.
Why don't people try to understand different cultures instead?.
It is well within your rights to make 80% of Polish people seem boring to you but would you not think that a more fruitful life could be had by trying to understand the subtle complexities of another culture.

(I am asking because you have intelligence).

I like the way you're trying to be half-nice, lol

Well, I see it as offering an alternative.

I can be the same way, maybe this is why I like to party with Brits

I am Irish but you are forgiven (but only half;)
ewqdsa
4 Jun 2009 #58
The parties they are talking about is not more than sitting at somebody's apartment, having a lot of alcohol, talking about how it is not fair at work and that's all. Perhaps this is very interesting in Polish standard. You can't expect everyone know what means by fun, anyway, after that amount of Vodka they drank, nothing matter anymore.
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #59
Why don't people try to understand different cultures instead?.

I do and still say how i feel about it. What's wrong with that?

I am asking because you have intelligence

thanks, I know you're capable to determind that

Well, I see it as offering an alternative

well done :-)

I am Irish but you are forgiven (but only half;)

sorry anyway, didn't know you were Irish (by the way lots of you guys are Americans now, we might be even somehow related, who knows:-)
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
4 Jun 2009 #60
by the way lots of you guys are Americans now

That is why youz are such good dancers ;)


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