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Why foreigners in Poland do not respect Poland's culture and traditions?


jon357 67 | 16,841
22 Sep 2013 #61
By having a different outlook to the guy who started the thread.
Malborough
22 Sep 2013 #63
Can someone please explain to me how a foreigner might be disrespectful to polish culture and traditions ?

By taking sides, up his nose at things he/she doesn't really understand, making unsound comparsions, talking smack, thinking his culture is better and his/her way of doing things is much better; general acting and being disrespectful.

Do not apply in cases where somebody is doing soemthimng wrong or bad or plain stupid but that is not part of traditions just culture and traditions could be used as an excsue for wrongdoing.
polska duma 1 | 19
22 Sep 2013 #64
The only thing they're sure they are best at, is making war. And there, they're right.

America is a bully pushing their beliefs on cultures that most dont want.

Can someone please explain to me how a foreigner might be disrespectful to polish culture and traditions ?

I hear the jokes and rolling of their eyes when i tell them im polish. They say that figures. Ignorance is bliss to them.
f stop 25 | 2,513
22 Sep 2013 #65
Nobody ever rolled their eyes at me after I told them I was Polish.
As for the jokes, I usually tell them I've heard that joke and it was Italian.
jon357 67 | 16,841
22 Sep 2013 #66
By taking sides

So in fact you disapprove of people assimilating and becoming part of the nation?
polska duma 1 | 19
22 Sep 2013 #67
Nobody ever rolled their eyes at me after I told them I was Polish.
As for the jokes, I usually tell them I've heard that joke and it was Italian.

Maybe it is just a New York thing lol.I usually finish the joke before they get to and say I heard that back in third grade get some new ones.
dany_moussalli 13 | 259
22 Sep 2013 #68
By taking sides, up his nose at things he/she doesn't really understand, making unsound comparsions, talking smack, thinking his culture is better and his/her way of doing things is much better; general acting and being disrespectful.
Do not apply in cases where somebody is doing soemthimng wrong or bad or plain stupid but that is not part of traditions just culture and traditions could be used as an excsue for wrongdoing.

oh ok ,I'm not like that ,so i'm good :P

I hear the jokes and rolling of their eyes when i tell them im polish. They say that figures. Ignorance is bliss to them.

oh so those people are stereotyping ...


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