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Why Do You Love Poland?


JustysiaS 13 | 2,241    
26 Aug 2009  #181
That is why most people die in Poland before they are fifty.

you're still alive and kicking and talking crap as usual, some things never change lol
SeanBM 35 | 5,817    
26 Aug 2009  #182
Overall life expectancy at birth 75.63

Male life expectancy at birth 71.65

Female life expectancy at birth 79.85

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_life_expectancy

Swaziland is not looking good.
OsiedleRuda    
26 Aug 2009  #183
you're still alive and kicking and talking crap about life in Poland 20-25 years ago (the last time you visited) as usual, some things never change lol

corrected ;) lol
szarlotka 8 | 2,209    
26 Aug 2009  #184
That is why most people die in Poland before they are fifty

only those that you know?
JustysiaS 13 | 2,241    
26 Aug 2009  #185
corrected ;) lol

gee thanks lol
macek79 - | 2    
29 Aug 2009  #186
because my home
michaelmansun 11 | 135    
7 Sep 2009  #187
I once liked Poland, but do not so much anymore. Poland was unique, but now it is just another country in Europe. It used to be that Poland was a place that no one wanted to go to. Now many want to go because it's something bizarre to do. Warsaw is a dump with gray old blocks running for miles. I remember a flat in Warsaw that I lived in, a gray old building with cold damp walls, a tiny bathroom, the tram ran by the window so close that the building shook. They wanted to sell it...for $150,000. The building was ready to collapse. It is still for sale and has been for several years. In 2000 you could have bought it for $20k.

Yes I had a life in Poland once a long time ago, but it was a pieced together life. I remember that the sun never shined when I lived in Warsaw. It smelled like urine everywhere I went. I loved Poland for my wife and the friends I had there. Now, not so much.
ShawnH 8 | 1,502    
7 Sep 2009  #188
I once liked Poland, but do not so much anymore.

Then why would you like to move back?
polishforums.com/poland-general-discussions-4/immigration-procedure-american-married-pole-38218
scrappleton - | 833    
7 Sep 2009  #189
It smelled like urine everywhere I went.

lol
mvefa 5 | 593    
7 Sep 2009  #190
It smelled like urine everywhere I went

You should change your dipers more often :P
Wroclaw Boy    
7 Sep 2009  #191
Then why would you like to move back?

Humm interesting
jedi - | 13    
10 Sep 2009  #192
Because its not England!!!!

............Yet! :-(
poleaxe 2 | 32    
10 Sep 2009  #193
Michal

These naive English people want to visit Poland and try and depend on the Polish welfare state and see the reaction then. All this romantic nonsense about lovely fields and smiling folk-of course they smile, after all, you are there to spemd your money after opening up your wallet!

I do very well in Poland
Though thanks for your concern, it really is comical.

Poland is a great country for business (once you learn the kickback culture)

If you were not writing drivel here you'd probably enjoy it more too!
slo 1 | 52    
12 Sep 2009  #194
I love Poland because the society is demonstrating a wish and ability to change, to modernize itself remaining conservative in particular cultural subjects (religion, historical). That's what I like most about Poland and that's what I wish more for my fellow Ukrainians.
Polish Falcon - | 5    
14 Sep 2009  #195
I was born in Philadelphia USA but all eight of my great grandparents emigrated to Philadelphia from Poland so many years ago (early 1900's ????). Therefore I have 100% Polish Kielbasa blood flowing through my veins. Actually I probably have more love for Poland than I do for the USA. Probably because so many people in Poland have the same blood as I. I'm the third generation born here in the States. My parents grew up in a Polish section of Philadelphia called Bridesburg. No need to speak English because the churches, stores, etc were all full of Polish speaking people. A nice little neighborhood with clean streets and neat little row homes. My grandmother, though born in Bridesburg, didn't learn to speak English until she was 13 years old when she had to leave home to find a job to support the family. My grandfather began working when he was four or five years old helping a huckster (a fruit and vegetable seller on a horse and wagon. He only went to sixth grade but he was educated in "the school of hard knocks" as he would so often tell me. I used to love the Polish weddings when I was a boy. Lots of food and good Polka music. It was a wonderful time although I probably didn't appreciate it like I should have. In summary Poland is my blood, my history, my love. I plan to return there to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ if Lord willing I return there one day after I retire from work. I'm 51 and hope to get over there within six or seven years. Maybe I'll meet a cute Polska gal and we'll Polka down the church aisle together in holy dread lock.

Polish Falcon
TheOther 5 | 3,389    
14 Sep 2009  #196
Probably because so many people in Poland have the same blood as I.

Surprise: people in Africa, Asia and elsewhere do, too...
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,551    
14 Sep 2009  #197
Therefore I have 100% Polish Kielbasa blood flowing through my veins.

You mean half german/half polish???

It's called: Kielwurst....or Bratbasa my some too...
time means 5 | 1,314    
14 Sep 2009  #198
I was born in Philadelphia USA

Mate you are American.

I plan to return there to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Another god botherer, i am sure you will go down a treat.

I plan to return

Have you ever been?
Polish Falcon - | 5    
14 Sep 2009  #199
Surprise: people in Africa, Asia and elsewhere do, too...

Oh you mean there are fellow Poles on those continents too?
polandowns 7 | 27    
16 Sep 2009  #200
If I really wrote everything I liked about Poland I think the site would crash. However, I will give a short list (I'm probably leaving out about 6900 things here).

1) The football team
2) The ~y women
3) Warsaw's buildings
4) The Flag
5) The hatred for russia
6) Radwanska sisters
7) Gdansk's flowiness next to the sea.
8) Donald Tusk
9) Jakub Blaszczykowski
10) Any other flowy football player playing in Poland or on the national team.
11) The Polish language
12) Pierogi
13) Kielbasa
14) All other Polish food that flows (which is all of it)

etc.
LAGirl 9 | 496    
16 Sep 2009  #201
Why I love Poland
1. my friends
2. my Boyfriend
3.the people.
4.the land.
5. the language and music.
6.the culture.
7.the food.
8.the strong will.
polandowns 7 | 27    
19 Sep 2009  #202
My list is longer :)
Nika 2 | 507    
19 Sep 2009  #203
I know it's silly but... I love PL weather!!!!
I just came back from Belgium where it rains 360 days/year and I just can't get enough of these sunny days - I was so happy to wake up this morning and see sun coming through my window, beautiful!!!!!!!
JustysiaS 13 | 2,241    
19 Sep 2009  #204
I know it's silly but... I love PL weather!!!!

it's not silly at all i totally agree, Polish weather rocks and i miss it!
Nika 2 | 507    
19 Sep 2009  #205
ha ha! I mean it's not as beautiful as e.g. southern Europe weather but compared to Belgian deszczowej krainy it's great.
Kraków today: 20°, cloudless sky, sun all day long ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
JustysiaS 13 | 2,241    
19 Sep 2009  #206
I mean it's not as beautiful as e.g. southern Europe weather but compared to Belgian deszczowej krainy it's great.

i live in England, nuff said lol
Nika 2 | 507    
19 Sep 2009  #207
come back home! I did some 3 weeks ago and so far so good :)

And 3 weeks of sunny weather - I'm delighted!!!!!!
JustysiaS 13 | 2,241    
19 Sep 2009  #208
i'm going next month for a week, but everytime i go they get rain ha ha, i bring the English weather with me
Nika 2 | 507    
19 Sep 2009  #209
let me know when you are coming so that I go somewhere else and don't get the rain ;)
JustysiaS 13 | 2,241    
19 Sep 2009  #210
but that ruins the element of surprise. just look out the window in the morning and when it's chucking down you know Justysia's in town ;)




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