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Poland - what is your brand?

Albany NY 2 | 19
30 Oct 2016 #1
What is your brand, Polak? BMW? Mercedes Benz? Rolex?

No, it's cleaning toilets for people in the West.

I read in the British newspapers and they're tired of the Polak and urgently want to return the Polak to Poland.

Tak tak.

Germany has a brand.
Italy has a brand.
France has a brand.
Switzerland has a brand.

What is the Polish brand?

Tak tak.
Wulkan - | 3,243
30 Oct 2016 #2
Is this how they tease you in the US after they find out your mother is a "Polak"? No wonder it messed with your head.
30 Oct 2016 #3
How about kielbasa or golabki?
OP Albany NY 2 | 19
30 Oct 2016 #4
No one gets along with Poles. The Polish brand is fighting and dishonesty.

It doesn't sell very well outside Poland.

Holy Mother Mary please bless Poland.
mafketis 34 | 11,594
30 Oct 2016 #5
No one gets along with Poles

No one = four more than get along with you....
OP Albany NY 2 | 19
30 Oct 2016 #6
Germany has Porsche and Mercedes.
Italy has Ferrari.
Switzerland has Rolex
England has Jaguar.

The Polish brand? Poland exports workers to clean toilets and scrub the floors of other nations.

Holy Mary bless the Polish people.
Crow 153 | 10,537
30 Oct 2016 #7
you are drank dobri brate pane Albany NY. As a Serbian i feel only love by Poles. From people of all layers of Polish society. From intelligentsia, ordinary people, forum members, to the football fans. Serbian anthem is the only non-Polish anthem ever saluted and even sang by Polish sport fans (spot: ). In every opportunity Polish football fans underline how is Kosovo Serbian. In Bosnia, Polish football fans beaten Bosnian Muslim fans and s*** them with exclamations: ``This is Serbia! Serbia! Serbia!``

Poles are best people in the world. You who criticize Poles are all crazy. Plus boring.
OP Albany NY 2 | 19
30 Oct 2016 #8
Poles brag about their education and culture only to eagerly leave Poland to scrub toilets.

Sounds pretty educated to me.

Holy Mary bless the Polish people.
Crow 153 | 10,537
30 Oct 2016 #9
Toilets? What does it matter. Its crisis man. Toilets would tomorrow belong to English or German.
mafketis 34 | 11,594
30 Oct 2016 #10

I think somebody needs a hug!

(((((((Albany NY))))))))

better now?
OP Albany NY 2 | 19
30 Oct 2016 #11
Polaks keep bragging how smart they are and how wonderful they are so what is the Polish export brand?

Drunk violent men and women scrubbing toilets of middle class Westerns?

The Polak is very smart, in his own imagination.

The exporting brand of Poland is unique. It's cleaning toilets of middle class Westerners.

Tak tak.

Poland, with such a highly educated population runs not walks to the West to clean toilets.

Is true or false?

Answer tak tak.

Polak brand? This is an excellent discussion.

Poles are known for working very very hard. The Pole is tough and strong. Poland has one of the best educational systems in the world, and the Polak ranks very high.

Tak tak.

The Polak brand is clear and unequivocal: Polak exports educated men and women to clean toilets. When the West has a bowel movement, the Polak is there to gladly clean it up.

Tak tak.

The brand name could be "Exporting Toilet Cleaners". All foreigners will immediately recognise that brand as exclusively Polish.

Tak tak.
Ironside 51 | 11,337
30 Oct 2016 #12
The brand name could be "Exporting Toilet Cleaners

That is pathetic you cannot even came up with a brand name. You are truly an authentic dimwit and a looser. Can you even find a toiled and do you know who to use it without a map and an instruction, do you even have one - I honestly doubt it. "The best toilet Cleaners in the World" that is a good brand name. All turds beware of the Polish toiled cleaners!

What are you waiting for Alby? Shoo, you're stinking this forum.
Czeslaw #1
30 Oct 2016 #13
I think he is trying to say the Polish people are good at cleaning toilets.

Why do Americans and British think we are only good at cleaning toilets. We are at drinking and fighting too!

Just watch KSW.

Polish excel at more than just cleaning toilets. Be realistic.
Alien 7 | 1,052
22 Aug 2021 #14
Polish brands one can buy in Germany: fuel by Orlen/Star petrol station. Bier Tyskie, Lech, Belweder vodka-pretty expensive and so on for about 100000000000 Euro year for year. Poland is a brand.
23 Aug 2021 #15
Inglot is a make up brand active in 70 countries
Solaris is a bus brand active in 18 countries
CD Projekt Red and GOG are extremely well known in the gamers world for Cyberpunk and The Witcher
LPP is a fashion group with numerous high quality labels
Aion Bank is slowly getting active in 5 different countries as the competitor of Revolut
Belweder is a wodka you need to have on any VIP party

On the toilet cleaning thing: that only applies to the poor village people in the provinces. More and more Italians, Portuguese and Spaniards are now coming to Poland, Krakow and Warsaw in particular, to find work.
Lyzko 33 | 7,988
23 Aug 2021 #16
I've tried Wedel Czekolada, but frankly Polish chocolate doesn't hold a candle to Milka:-)
Miloslaw 13 | 4,090
23 Aug 2021 #17
Milka is crap too!

The best chocolate in the world is Swiss followed by French and then British.
German is OK and American is trash.
Lyzko 33 | 7,988
23 Aug 2021 #18
When I looked at the Milka wrapper a short while ago, it was produced in Bludenz, Austria.
Alien 7 | 1,052
24 Aug 2021 #19
Prince Polo ist a bestseller in Island. About 200 tons every year for just about 200000 inhabitants. 1 kg per capita and year.
6 Sep 2021 #20
Solaris buses have a terrible ride compared to the superior SOR ones. But the Polish PESA trams right comfier than Škoda trams.
Alien 7 | 1,052
7 Sep 2021 #21
Solaris produces good electric buses, but is no longer Polish, but Spanish.
Alien 7 | 1,052
16 Oct 2021 #22
Jadwiga Poltorak mead is one of the best in the world.
pawian 187 | 17,521
16 Oct 2021 #23
The best chocolate in the world is Swiss

You definitely watched too many ads. :):)
Miloslaw 13 | 4,090
16 Oct 2021 #24
Nah, I ate too much chocolate LOL!!
Are you really going to try and tell us that Swiss chocolate is not the best?
And don't say Belgian..... It is good but far too sweet.
French is better.
pawian 187 | 17,521
16 Oct 2021 #25
that Swiss chocolate is not the best?

Food rankings and ratings are very subjective, especially chocolate. You can`t argue some food is the best if other people feel different. I have tried Swiss products a few times and got dissapointed coz their hype reputation is actually bigger than their real taste.
Alien 7 | 1,052
17 Oct 2021 #26
Lindt is not bad but total overprised. I like chcolate with nuts and who made it is not so important for me but it must have at least 30% cocoa.
jon357 69 | 19,519
17 Oct 2021 #27
and then British.

Green and Black for me every time. Bournville too. And an occasional cheeky Caramac.

I like chcolate with nuts

The Nussbeisser chocolate here in PL is pretty good.

Swiss chocolate

I've never understood the attraction of Toblerone or why duty free shops in a hundred countries always have a display of it. Must be marketing. Lindt 90% is good though.
Atch 17 | 4,004
17 Oct 2021 #28
Wedel Czekolada

It contains powdered milk - a big no, no in my view - it's not proper chocolate.

Bournville too. And an occasional cheeky Caramac.

For me it would have to be Cadbury's Twirl - oh, the divine yumminess!!

It has to be Cadburys produced in Ireland though because the recipe is different and it's really, really good quality, proper chocolate made with lovely Irish dairy milk. I used to love Tiffin, do you remember it Jon? And the Cadbury's Turkish Delight bars, not the Fry's ones.

I like German chocolate better than Swiss. Lidl actually do some very good chocolate. But I love those Lindt chocolate ball thingees filled with more chocolate. I forget what they're called now.
jon357 69 | 19,519
17 Oct 2021 #29

Me too; they're delicious, though the amount of air, I.e. not chocolate saddens me. Mind you, mint Aero is now available in Poland and I forgive the holes in that.

Fry's ones

Totally different to actual Turkish delight (like the difference between Polish 'chalwa' and real halva), but strangely nice.
johnny reb 32 | 6,810
17 Oct 2021 #30
I forget what they're called now.


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