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Mothers day in Poland


Giles
19 Mar 2007 #1
Yesterday, I the dutiful son took my old dear out for a mothers day lunch
( pauses..waiting from murmurs of approval and clapping from all mothers on the forum...).

I went with my missus, my old dear, her boyfriend and one of my best friends and his old dear.
This morning a 3 am I stumbled out of the Fridge bar in Brixton, off my head, with my missus seeing double and also off it.

The question you may be wondering is how does one go from a mothers day lunch to ending up in Brixton in the early hours. This is exactly the same question I have been pondering all day.

Did anyone else make the effort and what is the date for mothers day in Poland.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
19 Mar 2007 #2
Did anyone else make the effort

drove three hours to give my mum a hug
hello 22 | 891
19 Mar 2007 #3
Mother's day in Poland is on May 26.
OP Giles
19 Mar 2007 #4
good one Bubba
Huegel 1 | 296
19 Mar 2007 #5
Golf applause. Nice one Bubba.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
19 Mar 2007 #6
was worth the effort... supposed to be a suprise but dad went out and bought me a vegetarian pie... gave the game away... but never mind :)
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
19 Mar 2007 #7
For the first time ever I deliberately didn't pester the boys to remind them about Mother's Day. The eldest one sent flowers via teleflora from Canada, the middle one sent a card and some music from Uni and followed it up with a call once he got up from his St Pat's Day revelries and the youngest one made breakfast in bed for his Mum. I was dumbfounded but very proud of them.

No doubt the begging letters will follow but for now, good on 'em.
celinski 31 | 1,258
14 May 2008 #8
Sorry I'm two days late. This is for all Mothers.

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Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
18 May 2008 #9
Mother's Day (Dzień Matki) is celebrated on 26th May in Poland.
LondonChick 31 | 1,134
18 May 2008 #10
It was celebrated in the UK a couple of weeks ago though.
Marek 4 | 867
12 May 2009 #11
Mother's Day in Poland?

As a long-time student of Polish language and culture, I'm well aware of the famous "Dzień Kobiet" celebrated throughout much of the Slavic-speaking world. Is there though any corresponding "Dzień Matki" (Dzień Matek??? gen. pl. as in "Women's" rather than "Woman's Day"!!) in Poland, or rather, is it a Polish-American invention?

I was struck by Mother's Day cards in Polish being sold in our local Polish superette and became curious, since it didn't seem terribly Polish to me:-)

Much appreciate the reply!
pgtx 29 | 3,159
12 May 2009 #12
it's May 26th and it's an important date...
polakita - | 10
12 May 2009 #13
Well, we celebrated it always when we were kids / children (me and my brother) now less, but mother always deserves respect, so if it's her day I will at least call her. Now that we see each other seldom, maybe we will take her out somewhere. Yes, it is celebrated, however not that much as Dzien Kobiet.

A friend of mine from Cuba, said that in Cuba that go congratulate on this day to every woman who has given birth - in Poland I congratulate just my own mum!
krysia 23 | 3,057
12 May 2009 #14
We celebrated it in the US on May 10th. Now all I gotta do is get to Poland before May 26th and celebrate it again.

Yeah right....
McCoy 27 | 1,275
26 May 2009 #15
Mothers Day today in PL. all the best to all mothers on PF.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
26 May 2010 #16
it's today, punks! don't forget!
:)
johnny reb 23 | 4,578
13 May 2018 #17
Mothers Day is today in the U.S.A.
A very special day for all the Mothers.
The tradition here is to take your Mother out for a very nice lunch.
Being a good Mom sure is a lot of work from what I have seen.
Thank you Moms.

I see that Mothers Day in Poland is celebrated on May 26th.
Well this is a two week in advance reminder to get those reservations and plans made now.
A phone call at the very least !
Your Mom won't be around forever you know.
mafketis 23 | 8,438
13 May 2018 #18
Mothers Day in Poland is celebrated on May 26th.

Barely, it's nowhere near as big a deal as in the US, it's more like Secretary's Day or something.
kaprys 3 | 2,387
13 May 2018 #19
Poles usually visit mums on that day and give them flowers or small gifts.
Children make cards (laurka) or small gifts for their mums at school or at home.
Dads pay for the gifts/flowers if they want to buy something.
Father's Day is on 23rd June. And it's pretty much the same but this time it's mums who make sure dads are given a card or a gift.


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