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Making Real Friends in Poland


santander 1 | 68
9 Feb 2010 #1
I read alot of the posts on the forum,some are great some are just pathetic. I would like to offer my experience. |There are arseholes everywhere in the world, but you know when you have a true polish friend, or any friend for that matter, when they call you, "out of the blue" just to ask how you are, and they say that thay miss you as a friend.

I can honestly say over a long period of time, it has always been my Polish friends who have contacted me, rather than my British ones, and yes I have some great British friends.

I think that the Polish are more spiritual what do you think?
Krystal 6 | 95
9 Feb 2010 #2
Welcome to my club, Polish people do make fun of people who don't write English properly. They do critizing our bad grammars, etc.

Now you all know why I am complaining. Polish people are very spirtual no matter what occasions is. Too moody or wild side also.

Deal with Polish people like I do. Since I am Polish also.

So Long.
TheOther 6 | 3,821
9 Feb 2010 #3
Santander, one day you will find out that most of your friends are gone. You will be left with a handful of people whom you have known all your life. Those are your real friends, and their nationality is not important.
OP santander 1 | 68
9 Feb 2010 #4
TheOther
I have been left Poland for quite a number of years, and I still have those friends and will always have them. There are false friends and, and true friends and I will always have true friends because I am a true person, and Polish people can distinguish, between false and true.l
TheOther 6 | 3,821
9 Feb 2010 #5
Polish people can distinguish, between false and true

I wasn't talking about true and false friends actually. What I was trying to say is that the older you get the more you will lose contact to people who - at a certain point in time - might have been your friends. In the end there are only a few left, and those are your real friends you will have for the rest of your life.
AnthonyKupeski - | 1
9 Feb 2010 #6
I attended Polish Mass for years and met many Poles including the Preist with whom I had many great conversations he even helped me with speaking PolishBut now I live in an area that has no Polish Catholic church and I miss my Polish friends
OP santander 1 | 68
9 Feb 2010 #7
Polish people are very spirtual no matter what occasions is.

Do you mean that if they like someone , it is in their heart, they know straight away male or female.
logic
9 Feb 2010 #8
I think that the Polish are more spiritual what do you think?

spirtual

Learn the true meaning of the word.

Polish people certainly are not spiritual.
JORDAN85 - | 3
10 Feb 2010 #9
Hey
making Good friend is depend on people nature if your nature is good then you can easily make a good friend's.
Thanks!


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