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Poland: The land of -isms


grubas 12 | 1,390
18 Oct 2013 #61
it seems that Americans don't criticize you for 'moving their furniture', do they?

Because I don't (anymore).At first I was pointing out to them things I didn't like but their answer usually was "Why don't go home if you don't like it here?".And you know what,they were right!Now when asked I like everything.
Polson 5 | 1,770
18 Oct 2013 #62
their answer usually was "Why don't go home if you don't like it here?".And you know what,they were right!Now when asked I like everything.

I guess they're kinda right, but that's an easy answer. And actually not an answer. A way to not solve problems, flee them.

People generally don't like critics. So they may get aggressive when they hear them.
But if you criticize everything and tell them 'this is not what we would do back in moja Polska', people may suggest you to go back to where you belong probably.

But again, if people tried to communicate (better), we could solve many problems. Mankind is capable of that, maybe just not willing.
Vincent 9 | 902 Moderator
18 Oct 2013 #63
This thread is about the discussion of alleged racism, sexism and ageism in a Polish city, and is NOT a discussion about insulting each other. Posters who continue to insult others, can expect some time away from PF in the near future..


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