The BEST Guide to POLAND
Unanswered  |  Archives 
 
 
User: Guest

Home / Life  % width posts: 179

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


pgtx 29 | 3,146
5 Jun 2009 #91
Always a bridesmaid never the bride? :)

i don't like funerals either, so... :)
ewqdsa
5 Jun 2009 #92
completely disagree.

You are right, they fight as well!
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
5 Jun 2009 #93
where do you live in Poland Sean?

South of Krakow, up the Beskidy mountains and I am originally from Dublin, what about yourself?.

(I assume you ain't drunk and bored at this moment either)

Unfortunately :9

i don't like funerals either, so... :)

HAHAHAHA
z_darius 14 | 3,965
5 Jun 2009 #94
Who cares what his point was, i want your job z_darius!.

Well, it takes years of study to be able to get stoned like that ;)
I'll let you know when I'm ready to vacate the position and to move on to greener pastures.
Seanus 15 | 19,674
5 Jun 2009 #95
Maybe freebird went to the annual ZUS party ;)
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,437
5 Jun 2009 #96
HA, HA, HA.........

ZUS party is the best,
every pest has his nest,
knows nothing about his work,
thinks children are brought by stork.
Come on freebird, time to confess.
OP freebird 3 | 532
5 Jun 2009 #97
South of Krakow, up the Beskidy mountains and I am originally from Dublin, what about yourself?.

born in Brooklyn, live in North Wilkesboro, NC

Maybe freebird went to the annual ZUS party ;)

quote=aphrodisiac]
Come on freebird, time to confess.[/quote]

well, I did confess. I'm just saying my honest opinion about what I've experienced in Poland and most of you guys just hate me for this :-) I don't understand why you guys getting so defensive over something like that. It's not like I'm saying something wrong about your country.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,437
5 Jun 2009 #98
It's not like I'm saying something wrong about your country.

no, but is like saying the every American is stupid, which is not true. You make generalizations based on your personal experience.

I personally had some really good parties in Poland.
new-expat
5 Jun 2009 #99
You make generalizations based on your personal experience

I don't think he's really making generalizations. He just pointed out a problem and chose a provocative way to say it. He describes a tendancy he has been observing.

And well, if you don't agree... it only means you belong to the 20% :)
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,437
5 Jun 2009 #100
And well, if you don't agree... it only means you belong to the 20% :)

I never said I don't agree. And no, it doesn't mean I belong to the 20 %. How did you come to that conclusion?

SOme ex-pats are known for complaining about such things over and over again, because they are having problems with dealing with cultural differences. For some reason they neglect to provide the balance in a from of what keeps them in Poland, therefore I think that freebird has made a generalization. I have met many foreigners in Poland and some adjust well, but some don't. One of the reason for the failed adjustment is the need to compare Poland to the country they came from. One cannot, because all countries are different and if one wants to live in Poland, there will do better if they take it for what it is, not for what they want Poland to be.
OP freebird 3 | 532
5 Jun 2009 #101
exactly so

some

doesn't sound like many, :-)

because they are having problems with dealing with cultural differences

I didn't say I have a problem with it

generalization

observation is not the same as generalization

One cannot, because all countries are different

right but in the western part of of Europe it was kind of easier to find people to party with the way I like it. I guess it's just the matter of taste and mentality but some parties in Poland were OK, a couple of them even great.
Wulkan - | 3,203
5 Jun 2009 #102
right but in the western part of of Europe it was kind of easier to find people to party with the way I like it. I guess it's just the matter of taste and mentality

didn't you think that people in western europe have usually more money so they are in better mood for party. would you by so creative at the party if you wasn't sure if your kids are gonna eat tomorrow because you have financial problems?
chi 1 | 33
5 Jun 2009 #103
I think you lot exaggerate a bit...
In my opinion it's the case of the right time and the right company...:)
...but a nice drink is a decent kick off... :)
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,594
6 Jun 2009 #104
vad slag om öl , tre krona? :-)

I like this one:

Stockholm Öl
southern 74 | 7,074
6 Jun 2009 #105
I think polish people party a lot.And they are very interesting if you listen to them.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,437
6 Jun 2009 #106
to party with the way I like it.

that is the key word of your thread;)

Case closed.
OP freebird 3 | 532
6 Jun 2009 #107
didn't you think that people in western europe have usually more money so they are in better mood for party

you got a point there but sometimes creativity does it too

that is the key word of your thread;)

like I always say matter of taste and mentality .
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
6 Jun 2009 #108
I bet that freebird can party like it was 1996!

He is no match for us boring polish gits. :)
JustysiaS 13 | 2,239
6 Jun 2009 #109
i think freebird probably had an issue with the Poles not jumping around trying to show him a good time and just getting on with their party. in situations like that where you seem to be the odd one out not enjoying yourself like everyone else is, a few shots usually sort the problem, be it in Poland or anywhere else. all the Polish parties i went to were a blast, bit too much drinking and singing but that's what it's all about!
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
6 Jun 2009 #110
I don't know guys. He openly aproves swimming naked, not considering the effect in may have on ones health. That's like one of the craziest things I have heard in my life.

He's one of them nutters, I tell ya! Crazy nutters!
OP freebird 3 | 532
6 Jun 2009 #111
to be the odd one

quite a few of the other guests must have been "the odd ones" then too, :-)

a few shots usually sort the problem

don't like shots, sorry. In general we don't do shots that much at all. It's just not our thing. We do shots (sometimes) but different than vodka (I don't like vodka)

bit too much drinking and singing

too much is the key. I don't need to get wasted just to have a good time. Singing, yes please but not yelling

but that's what it's all about!

if you read my posts before
1.no prob with drinking but a little slower and not over your limit
2.singing but not yelling

He openly aproves swimming naked, not considering the effect in may have on ones health

I haven't even mentioned anything about skinny dipping (swimming naked)
Wroclaw Boy
6 Jun 2009 #112
What kind of experiences have you made?

All good, i especially like the vodka parties, just start dont arm wrestling after a belly full of the stuff, that can get nasty.
OP freebird 3 | 532
6 Jun 2009 #113
I bet that freebird can party like it was 1996!

geez, probably way before that and when it comes to your music guys
never (sorry Polish music is one thing I really don't like)

He is no match for us boring polish gits. :)

whatever you say man, lol

True.

same to you brother :-)

i especially like the vodka parties

maybe that's why I didn't like most of the parties, I don't like vodka
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
6 Jun 2009 #114
geez, probably way before that and when it comes to your music guys
never (sorry Polish music is one thing I really don't like)

Like 1993?
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
6 Jun 2009 #115
maybe that's why I didn't like most of the parties, I don't like vodka

We have finally found the answer.
Like bringing a celibate man to a brothel ;)
pgtx 29 | 3,146
7 Jun 2009 #116
Lager with a large dash of lemonade on the top.

is it some kind of chicks drink? if i want beer with lemon, i order Corona, but because it tastes like **tamtaramtam** i don't drink it often... haha...
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893
7 Jun 2009 #117
what about adding some colored crap into a beer like in Poland? Sometimes it's green, sometimes red, I don't know how many colors they got.

Zen zay should be lined up against a wall and shot! Dirty barsteward how can you do that do beer? It's bad enough going into an Irish bar and getting a fcuking shamrok on the top of a pint of guiness!
pgtx 29 | 3,146
7 Jun 2009 #118
i think that we established somewhere here in PF's threads that mixed beer is for sissies...
:)
Seanus 15 | 19,674
7 Jun 2009 #119
Beer should be beer but it's going the same way as music. Fusions galore!

Desperados is quite good but it is a mixture.
Cardno85 31 | 976
7 Jun 2009 #120
I wasn't thinking the hair of the dog, just normally. Come on, it removes some of the flavour from the Tennents :)

if you can't stomach the bile that is tennants then you shouldn't drink, tops is great is you are strugling with a hangover...but i must be fine if you are drinking!

and yes Kasia, mixed beer is for sissies


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