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


OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #61
That is why youz are such good dancers ;)

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yep, most likely ;-)
plk123 8 | 4134
4 Jun 2009 #62
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.

more of that amongst americans then poles from my experience. most poles can handle their liquor better.
mvefa
4 Jun 2009 #63
ohh one of those dear diary moments!
plk123 8 | 4134
4 Jun 2009 #64
Polish wedding sucks! everybody gets drunk and puking

completely disagree.

I can't even take a look at "flaki" (disgusting)

oh dude.. that's the **** man.. :D :D

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

lol.. yes, poles are prudes.

they are more introvert

some are some aren't
SeanBM 34 | 5790
4 Jun 2009 #65
Polish wedding sucks!

Always a bridesmaid never the bride? :)

some are some aren't

Can we have some SWAGs statistics, please?.

Definition of SWAG
Scientific
Wild
Ass
Guesses
plk123 8 | 4134
4 Jun 2009 #66
my statistics are as good, if not better then those of the OP's. :D
SeanBM 34 | 5790
4 Jun 2009 #67
So razzle dazzle us, with bar charts and pie charts, with professional testimonials, evidence, you know, put a lab coat on the doggy in your avatar and we will believe ever word :)
plk123 8 | 4134
4 Jun 2009 #68
it's very hard to make a pie chart with "some" on it.
SeanBM 34 | 5790
4 Jun 2009 #69
I bet Rick Astley could do it.

Here are some things Rick Astlry could never do
mvefa
4 Jun 2009 #70
who's making pie? want a piece :P
SeanBM 34 | 5790
4 Jun 2009 #71
Maybe 80% of Polish people are boring or can't party but the deeper underlining question is, can they make pie?.
mvefa
4 Jun 2009 #72
good question, i myself, can bake the most exquisite pies, my reciepe is, money, my bike and the bakkery at the end of my street, ready in just 5 minutes, bellissimo!
plk123 8 | 4134
4 Jun 2009 #73
pie is not in polish cuisine..

but here you go:
aphrodisiac 11 | 2436
4 Jun 2009 #74
Why don't people try to understand different cultures instead?.

OP has forgotten to take that into consideration.

I travel because I am curious about the differences.

I honestly believe that some people should stay at home;).
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #75
I travel because I am curious about the differences.

I honestly believe that some people should stay at home;).

what you're saying is travel to see the differences but don't you dare to mention your feelings about it, bull
One of the reasons for me to travel is to make my own experiences with different people living all over the World and not to follow media in my own country but it doesn't mean I have to like everything I see wherever I go. I don't see anything wrong with posting my opinion on this forum. This is what forum is for, to exchange different opinions and informations. I'm raised in a free country where people say it if they don't like someone or something and what's wrong with that? You guys do it too making your comments about my country and my people and if this Ok then it's also Ok for me to express myself too.
mvefa
4 Jun 2009 #76
FreeBird is damn right!
SeanBM 34 | 5790
4 Jun 2009 #77
I don't see anything wrong with posting my opinion on this forum. This is what forum is for, to exchange different opinions and informations. I'm raised in a free country where people say it if they don't like someone or something and what's wrong with that? You guys do it too making your comments about my country and my people and if this Ok then it's also Ok for me to express myself too.

So you can say whatever you like but nobody else can...hhhmmm...
Are the rest of us not expressing our thoughts? or in your country is it only the people from that country that have this privilege?.

FreeBird is damn right!

You are quite a funny fella, aren't you?.
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #78
So you can say whatever you like but nobody else can...hhhmmm

when did I say that?
SeanBM 34 | 5790
4 Jun 2009 #79
You were giving it the land of the free and the brave speech, as if your opinion was the only one that counts and people are not allowed to give their opinion about your opinion was being implied.

You got to admit the title of this thread is just silly?.
z_darius 14 | 3960
4 Jun 2009 #80
When I lived in Poland I came to the conclusion that it's really hard to find people to have fun with.

I just came back from a conference.
Every evening there was a bar and each participant received 2 drink tickets for a bar on premises for each of the 4 nights. The evening was pretty drabby until Microsoft announced they are paying for all drinks without any limits - open bar!!!

Everybody started having fun after about 4-6 beers. Lots of singing (a few X-Box 360 stations with guitar and drums game mikes for vocals). The singing was loud and not only by those at the X-Boxes. The ladies were initially somewhat shy. Until they went through a couple of fancy drinks, and they joined the singing.

Company was pretty much international with a majority of Americans and Canadians.

The next night drinks were on CDW, then IBM and then some company I don't even remember. Who cares, booze was free and short of hanging off the rafters everybody went wild.

So what was your point?
SeanBM 34 | 5790
4 Jun 2009 #81
So what was your point?

Who cares what his point was, i want your job z_darius!.

Best job ever!
Wulkan - | 3167
4 Jun 2009 #82
it's also Ok for me to express myself too.

the whole problem is that your self expresion doesn't make a bit of sens :)
ZIMMY 6 | 1601
4 Jun 2009 #83
"80% of Polish people are boring"

Overall 90% of all Europeans are boring so the Poles are beating the average.
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #84
the whole problem is that your self expresion doesn't make a bit of sens :)

to you and a few others like you too I bet but then again what does it mean, Completely NOTHING!!!
frd 7 | 1390
4 Jun 2009 #85
oh come on! party without puking? what kind of a party is it?
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1594
4 Jun 2009 #86
Maybe the average level of drunkenness seems to be slightly higher in Poland than some other countries But too drunk people act like animals in all countries I've been too. I don't think it's so different. Cheers, now I'm gonna take a beer!

One difference can be that in Polish clubs (pure) vodka is the great nr 1 drink. In many countries beer, wine, 4/6 cl drinks etc. are preferred more than in PL clubs.

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.

When I was in Mazury 1 month ago, the Polish men dipped themselves in the lake like they were obsessed. Probably it was 10-15 degrees.
OP freebird 3 | 532
4 Jun 2009 #87
You got to admit the title of this thread is just silly?.

well if you put it this way, 99% of this forum is too. I'm just killing my breaks over here that's all. I don't take all this very serious but I like to keep it a little controvercial otherwise it will be damn boring and this is not what I'm here for.

Have a good 1 Sean

But too drunk people act like animals in all countries I've been too.

absolutely agree

Cheers, now I'm gonna take a beer!

vad slag om öl , tre krona? :-)
SeanBM 34 | 5790
4 Jun 2009 #88
I don't take all this very serious

Great!, I thought as much, I even made time to write you a Limerick.

just silly?.

well if you put it this way, 99% of this forum is too.

I would say some are far worse but I have a tendancy not to look at them, unless i am really bored or hungover, or both.

Polish clubs (pure) vodka is the great nr 1 drink.

I was listening on the radio here the other day, how they were saying that Vodka is not the number one drink here anymore but the drinkers these days drink more beer and wine than vodka.

I would have to agree, from the pubs that I frequent.
polishcanuck 7 | 461
5 Jun 2009 #89
Freebird, maybe if you learned polish you would fit in more and start having some fun...


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