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If I could introduce something from my country into Poland, I would....


z_darius 14 | 3,964
28 May 2010 #151
Non-catholic churches

They have plenty of those in Poland
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pgtx 29 | 3,145
28 May 2010 #152
If I could introduce something from my country into Poland, I would....

a funnel cake!!!!!
:)
ShawnH 8 | 1,491
28 May 2010 #153
And that would put an end to the high proportion of skinny babes in PL!
richasis 1 | 418
28 May 2010 #154
a funnel cake!!!!!

i see a theme here... :)
pgtx 29 | 3,145
28 May 2010 #155
And that would put an end to the high proportion of skinny babes in PL!

ah man! Let the babes enjoy their lives! lol... i eat fast-food, funnel cakes and drink beer and i ain't fat! it's Polish genes!!

;)
PlasticPole 7 | 2,648
28 May 2010 #156
I would send over some of our luxury, executive homes complete with jacuzzi hot tubs and Olympic sized swimming pools in their enormous back yards.
Trevek 26 | 1,700
28 May 2010 #157
Some Polish people.
bimber94 7 | 254
30 May 2010 #158
...introduce law and order?
poland_
30 May 2010 #159
introduce the work ethic of the Polish workers in the UK back to Poland.
espana 17 | 950
31 May 2010 #160
If I could introduce something from my country into Poland, I would

DIGNITY.
pawian 224 | 24,465
16 Oct 2019 #161
Clam chowder Maryland steamed blue crab crab cake Philly steak sub Maine lobster Florida lobster Florida stone crab

Yum, they sound so delicious.

Yes, when I see those pathetic tiny lobsters in Polish shops, I wonder if it is going to improve one day. A few years ago I used to go to Makro Cash and Carry and saw big live ones in fish tanks but today am not sure if they are still in stock there.
Alien 20 | 5,024
28 Oct 2022 #162
@bimber94; introduce law and order....
Did you mean PiS or really law and order?
Foodlover
29 Oct 2022 #163
I would introduce to Poland 'hagelslag' , Dutch chocolate sprinkles that people in NL eat with bread and butter / peanutbutter..
Cargo pants 3 | 1,503
29 Oct 2022 #164
Philly steak sub we tried from a local restaurant called Aioli,sucked and tasted more like curry cubes in a sub roll.
There are still no toasted butter or cream cheese bagel ,or even butter rolls and not to mention the egg cheese and bacon breakfast sandwich except the mickey dee breakfast.I once asked for a toasted bagel and they sliced it and toasted it from outside and gave me a butter packet lol.
Joker 3 | 2,324
29 Oct 2022 #165
Philly steak sub we tried from a local restaurant called Aioli

The name of the restaurant says it all.... Run!

Go to Jersey Mikes they have the best Philly.

Have you ever tried a cheeseburger in Poland?🤮

They try to mimmic American food and really destroy Mexican food. It tastes nothing like the real thing.
pawian 224 | 24,465
29 Oct 2022 #166
The name of the restaurant says it al

Aioli? Sounds nice. Like a female name.
pawian 224 | 24,465
2 Nov 2022 #167
When in the US a few decades ago, I liked tuning in to radio stations which played one kind of music, e.g, heavy metal, 60s , Jewish, disco, film soundtracks etc. Each day I could choose another station to suit my mood.

I miss it in Poland where most stations play standard pop. That is why I have over 500 Cds which I use in my car while commuting to work and back home.
Alien 20 | 5,024
2 Nov 2022 #168
Unfortunately in new cars you can no longer listen to CDs.
pawian 224 | 24,465
2 Nov 2022 #169
That is why I don`t drive a new car. Apart from the advantage of certain old gadgets like a CD player, I appreciate reliability. :):):)
Miloslaw 19 | 4,975
2 Nov 2022 #170
Each day I could choose another station to suit my mood

Get an internet radio.

You can listen to the whole world, mainly in stereo.

You won't regret it.

It opens your mind.
pawian 224 | 24,465
6 Nov 2022 #171
Get an internet radio.

Interesting idea. Will I be able to play my 500 CDs on it, too?? I am quite attached to them, I must say. Some are from early 1990s when I bought them at sales in the US.
Alien 20 | 5,024
17 Jan 2023 #172
If I could introduce something from my country into Poland I would introdce no speed limit on motorways.
Alien 20 | 5,024
25 Feb 2023 #173
I am normally cruise control driver with tempo 130. But always when I come back from Poland I must (need to) drive 200kmh or more (full tempo) the first 10 km in Germany. Ha it's freedom.
Atch 22 | 4,128
25 Feb 2023 #174
I would introdce no speed limit on motorways.

I don't think Poles observe the speed limits, do they? Not in towns anyway, judging by the number of people run over on pedestrian crossings, not to mention the single car crashes where the driver loses control of the vehicle and crashes into a tree, wall etc take your pick. Have you seen the video on YouTube of the one who loses control at the roundabout and ends up flying through the air and lands in a graveyard - very apt.
pawian 224 | 24,465
25 Feb 2023 #175
Have you seen the video on YouTube of the one who loses control at the roundabout

Yes, but he was drunk in 4 asses as we say here. If he had been sober, he wouldn`t have accomplished such a stunt.
This wasn`t the best example to illustrate the problem. ):)


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