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Do Polish people have a temper?


f stop 25 | 2,513
28 Mar 2010 #31
not a literal translation, it basically means "watch out for the quiet ones".
PolishNutjob 1 | 74
28 Mar 2010 #32
Allison: ... I just want to know whether that steryotype is true for MOST poles or not.

Polish women in particular have been known to display violent, irrational temper tantrums. It is, for the most part, a by-product of frustrated ambition. Overshadowed by the superior stock of females to the east and confronted by the "high-quality" pool of available Polish gentlemen, Polish women are explosions waiting to happen. Be careful when in the vicinity of such outbursts.

This pathology is especially acute among the frustrated 26-38 year old Polish spinsters. In addition to the above-mentioned conditions, Polish spinsters in this demographic category also have to reckon with being also-rans relative to their younger counterparts. This accelerates the frustrated ambition quotient and incites numerous dramatic hissy fits.
Paulina 13 | 2,229
28 Mar 2010 #33
LOL

PolishNutjob: Polish women in particular have been known to display violent, irrational temper tantrums.

Oh, really? :)
Have been known? By whom?
And in comparison to women of which nationality? Do they have more violent temper than Spanish women? Italian women? Russian woman? I believe not :)

PolishNutjob: It is, for the most part, a by-product of frustrated ambition.

Um, what? Elaborate, please :)

PolishNutjob: Overshadowed by the superior stock of females to the east

LOLI asked you before in another thread, but I think you didn't answer my question - what's your nationality? :)

PolishNutjob: and confronted by the "high-quality" pool of available Polish gentlemen,

What? ;D

PolishNutjob: Polish women are explosions waiting to happen. Be careful when in the vicinity of such outbursts.

Oooh, you weakling... :)))

PolishNutjob: This pathology is especially acute among the frustrated 26-38 year old Polish spinsters.

Oh, and why is that? :D

PolishNutjob: In addition to the above-mentioned conditions, Polish spinsters in this demographic category also have to reckon with being also-rans relative to their younger counterparts. This accelerates the frustrated ambition quotient and incites numerous dramatic hissy fits.

And, of course, there's no way that a 26-38 year old "spinster" from any country could have "dramatic hissy fits", be frustrated or something, only Polish women! :)

PolishNutJob, why do you hate Polish women so much? :) I've noticed in your other posts on this forum that you have something against Polish women :) Why is that?
noreenb 7 | 557
28 Mar 2010 #34
Polishnutjob
"a by-product of frustrated ambition"

I beg your pardon? ;) British gentleman... I guess??? Temper od Polish ladies... it's just just waiting for an outbursts...
lol

This pathology

lol

Polish women are explosions waiting to happen

I'm an explosion. good to know :)
The answer: Yes, Polish people do have a temper. They are possible explosions.
:)
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
29 Mar 2010 #35
Allison: Spaniards almost always have a bad temper and it has nothing to do with the generation. This is undeniable if you have ever seen any Spanish people.

Ive been to Spain more times than you've had hot dinners, being direct isnt necessarily the same as being bad tempered...they're pretty chilled out as it happens.
jochemczyk 1 | 35
1 Dec 2011 #36
My Dad had a temper in certain situations for example he and my Mum were watching a young couple singing and playing guitar on the street in England, a town council bylaw officer came to move them off , My Dad told him to leave them alone and stuck the icecream cone that he was holding in the guys face. He hated people that used authority to bully others.It was quite common for him to call people ' Hitler' or ' Gestapo' Of couse as a child I used to think that it was hilarious.
ShAlEyNsTfOh 4 | 161
1 Dec 2011 #37
my mom and I not so much, but my dad and brothers... omg... major bad tempers!!
noreenb 7 | 557
1 Dec 2011 #38
My mother does not have a temper. At all. She is typical slow thinking observer. That's the reason I love her so much.
southern 75 | 7,096
1 Dec 2011 #39
They have different temper.Definitely not temperamental and moody like us Balkans.Everything governed by a solid goal.
Lyzko
1 Dec 2011 #40
Allen, EVERYBODY'S got a temper-:) You mean "Do Polish people display their basic temper more often than other groups do?"

Well, the Irish, the Germans, the Greeks and the Italians might give (even) the 'tempermental' Poles a healthy run for their money!
Wilkolak - | 2
3 Dec 2011 #41
I think it varies from person to person, some more than others.
Ant63 13 | 410
3 Dec 2011 #42
Jeez you don't want to upset your Polish mother in Law. I did. Ooops! The destruction was almost total. Things you wouldn't dream of throwing get thrown. The British Battle Axe has nothing on a Polish Mother in Law. :)
pawian 182 | 17,009
4 Dec 2011 #43
I've heard that Polish people have been known to have a little bit of a temper.

Yes. I am glad the gun access is so restricted in Poland. Otherwise, I would get one and blow all those m....s who unnerve me, especially on the road. :):):):)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
4 Dec 2011 #44
Some do, some don't. Those that sometimes do, sometimes don't and vice versa.
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
4 Dec 2011 #45
but never ever underestimate that guy viceversa, 'coz sometimes he does but actually he doesn't, he just pretends to do so, undoing all the pretentions in the process... in Poland he goes by the name Wicek...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
4 Dec 2011 #46
I think I've met him. Quite the temper he had ;)
Rajah
4 Jun 2014 #47
Does everyone not has a temper, if provoked ad nauseam, and beyond the limits of endurance.

I have not met any saint, let alone an angel!
milky 13 | 1,657
4 Jun 2014 #48
Well! they are maniacs on the road.
noskii 2 | 16
5 Jun 2014 #49
It depends why and when i think. I think people are angry because of rising costs of living, and yet wages are not going up. Working hours are longer too. So, people look sad, angry and find something to lash out about.
Johnmaynard - | 19
5 Jun 2014 #50
But this is the wonderful promised freedom from the market economy without constraint that many Poles seems to blindly believe. Maybe, with even more deregulations, less social protection, universal "umowy smieciowe" (trash working contracts), more aggressive management (and marketing), huge pressure on salaries with dumping threat, to get ridiculous retirement pension at the end, 24/7 alcohol stores almost everywhere to help, ETC. If with all of that it's still not getting better, it must be the fault of the Polish fate. Though, I've noticed many Poles strongly thinks they are better than their neighbor or working partner, when in fact, they are the same or even more mediocre.
milky 13 | 1,657
5 Jun 2014 #51
24/7 alcohol stores

for sure , it is all connected
Spierdalaj16Waw
2 Dec 2014 #52
Why you people are so stupid ? Really you don't understand that everyone(every human beeing) is diferent ! No? If you don't know that you are ****** stupid !
Blanketsniffer 1 | 25
2 Dec 2014 #53
It's like a question, are (all) polish people blond and with blue eyes?

so you actually mean most of them do have temper :)


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