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OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
4 Oct 2011  #31
But today`s priests are Jesus` disciples, like original apostles. That means something, doesn`t it?
Seanus 15 | 19,740    
4 Oct 2011  #32
I'm glad I wasn't eating a bacon sandwich when I read that, pawian. That's all I can say.

I was asked to contribute to a Christian fund today, aka, financing the priest's Alfa Romeo insurance renewal. No thanks. You believe in your priests and let others believe in Jesus.
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
4 Oct 2011  #33
=Seanus]financing the priest's Alfa Romeo insurance renewal.

Is it libel or slander, I never know. Can you help? :):):)
Seanus 15 | 19,740    
4 Oct 2011  #34
Neither, it's the truth :) Oszczerstwo (libel) is writing blasphemous things.
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
15 Oct 2011  #35
Did you know that the German minority in Poland amounts to about 150.000?

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magpie 6 | 133    
  15 Oct 2011  #36
29,000 priests? Wouldn't that mean that there's one priest for every single Śląskiego?

But today`s priests are Jesus` disciples, like original apostles. That means something, doesn`t it?

Not really, he appointed the apostles.

As I ask my Polish Catholic Mrs, when was the last time her priest told his flock to read the bible? And my old Gran was a nun at one point, so I'm not anti catholic, but educating the masses about what is said in the bible isn't seen to be important (quite the opposite I'd say).

Hey, I live not to far from Cisek and never noticed that sign panel when I've been there! Not really equality though, is it? The 'reds' get an Eagle and the 'blues' only get a "52" and it isn't even on their side. Shame there isn't a sign for the hospital in Kozle, as Krankenhaus is my favourite German word. Apart from Krankenwagen... and maybe Krankenschwester.
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
  15 Oct 2011  #37
=magpie]Hey, I live not to far from Cisek and never noticed that sign panel when I've been there! Not really equality though, is it?

Come on! I am giving you a finger but you want to have the whole hand. :):):)

=magpie]and maybe Krankenschwester.

You pervert!

Back on topic, please.
magpie 6 | 133    
15 Oct 2011  #38
Back on topic, please.

Oops. OK.... 76% of Polish construction industry workers living in the UK have a moustache.
agatka131 1 | 20    
15 Oct 2011  #39
moustache is sexy....

:)
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
16 Oct 2011  #40
moustache is sexy....

as long as she waxes for the Wedding photos...........
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
16 Oct 2011  #41
The number of altar girls is growing. They are more dutiful and ambitious than boys.

ministranciwielkieoczy.prv.pl/pl/001/004/005/

Wow! When will we see the first mass service run by a priestess? I hope I will live to see it. :):):):)
magpie 6 | 133    
16 Oct 2011  #42
I hope I will live to see it. :):):):)

Have you mentioned this to your priest? ;)

When did alter girls come about?
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
16 Oct 2011  #43
=magpie]Have you mentioned this to your priest? ;)

I suppose he perfectly realises such an event will happen sooner or later. It is only the matter of time.
magpie 6 | 133    
16 Oct 2011  #44
I admire your positive thinking and how that you are right.

So when did the girls start to be alter children?
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
16 Oct 2011  #45
The number of altar girls is growing. They are more dutiful and ambitious than boys.

and at far less risk when left alone with old priests..................

sorry, but that was just too much of an open goal to walk past :)
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
16 Oct 2011  #46
=magpie]
So when did the girls start to be alter children?

A few years ago. Now there are 1000.
Altar boys reached 300.000.

But slowly, slowly....... girls will take over. Just like with everything. :):):):)

=isthatu2]and at far less risk when left alone with old priests..................

You pervert! :):):):):)

Sorry, mods. It is perfectly on topic! :):):):)

=magpie]Oops. OK.... 76% of Polish construction industry workers living in the UK have a moustache.

Really? :):):) When I look around, I have an impression that (in)famous Polish moustache is disappearing. I know why. Since I shaved clean under the nose a few years ago, other males have followed my example.

Moustached me:
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,649    
16 Oct 2011  #47
seriously dodgy moustache Pawian.....
magpie 6 | 133    
  16 Oct 2011  #48
Moustached me:

Wow. You're a lot friendlier in words than in pictures. At least you don't look very Witamy in that particular photo.

Is this guy Polish? I guess he's big on straws too.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,398    
16 Oct 2011  #49
Is this guy Polish?

i don't know. but germans seem to be able to take it to the next level.
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
  16 Oct 2011  #50
Is this guy Polish? I guess he's big on straws too.

Nope. He is Heinz from Austria. He vowed to follow the tradition of the last Austrian Emperor, Franz Jozef.

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magpie 6 | 133    
16 Oct 2011  #51
Oh dear... to most things.
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
  19 Oct 2011  #52
It seems Polish bytches are the most fertile:
magpie 6 | 133    
19 Oct 2011  #53
Good lord.
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
20 Oct 2011  #54
=magpie]Good lord.

Do you mean:
1. Respect.
2. Praise.
3. Criticism.

????
magpie 6 | 133    
20 Oct 2011  #55
I meant 1.

Actually I meant, OOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
15 Dec 2011  #56
I didn`t know that Poles are 4th beer drinkers in Europe and 7th in the world. Wow!

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_beer_consumption_per_capita

This is a list of countries ordered by annual per capita consumption of beer.

1 Czech Republic 158.6[2]
2 Ireland 131.1
3 Germany 110[3]
4 Austria 108.3
5 Australia 104.7[4]
6 United Kingdom 99.0
7 Poland 95[5]

europeanbeerguide.net/polintr.htm
boletus 30 | 1,367    
  16 Dec 2011  #57
On December 13, the Mint of Poland together with the National Bank of Poland launched their 2012 coin issues program with a bash. They organized a celebration for the first strikes of coins commemorating the "Great Orchestra of Christmas" charity, an organization which raises money for underprivileged children nationwide. The year 2012 is also the 20th anniversary of the charity, which is inscribed on the coins.

news.coinupdate.com/great-orchestra-of-christmas-charity-coin-launched-in-poland-1116/

Obverse: A tree with with guitar shaped trunk and heart shaped leaves.
Reverse: A piano keyboard cascading up and down the left side of the coin along with the Poland's Eagle and the coin's face value of 10 Zlotych.


  • Obverse

  • Reverse
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
2 Sep 2012  #58
A lucky guy from Poland has won 31 million PLN in lottery today.

It is close to the highest sum ever paid by lottery in Poland - 33 million. It is about 10 million $ or 6.6 million pounds.
teflcat 5 | 1,033    
2 Sep 2012  #59
A lucky guy has won 31 million PLN in lottery today.

Good luck to him. I only hope that his priest doesn't find out where he lives. My second hope is that his priest doesn't run a radio station.
OP pawian 143 | 7,217    
2 Sep 2012  #60
That`s pure anti RC church malice. :):):):)

Mishmash facts about Poland

Going about 40 kilometers out of Krakow allows you to meet a nice brown bear. Wild.

In the Great Książ near Krakow hunters hunt bear. Predator has already been filmed and photographed. Bear probably wandered into the area of the Beskid Mountains and the Tatra Mountains.

The bear, the spotted and photographed from the pulpit by one of the hunters, is a 2-3 year old male. The animal can weigh up to 100 pounds. According to the hunters, he sojourned from the Tatras or Beskid and looks for his territory. It feeds now apples and corn.


rmf24.pl/fakty/polska/news-mysliwi-tropia-niedzwiedzia-ktory-pojawil-sie-w-ksiazu-wielk,nId,633521

About 70% Poles spend New Year`s Even at home with family.


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