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St Patrick's day in Poland


smurf 39 | 1,981
15 Mar 2011 #31
Ireland4ever is a troll and is not even Irish - ignore him.

Polskimoc is also a troll

well done lads, way to spread the Patrick's Day good spirit.
Quit trolling if ye have nothing good to say, as you can see this thread is for Irish ex-pats looking to enjoy Patrick's Day since they can't spend it at home.

tarraing mo liathróidi
HunnyB - | 4
15 Mar 2011 #32
Do you have parades in Poland ?
savannahsaintpatricksday.com
OP poland_
15 Mar 2011 #33
Not that I know of, the Irish community is still quite small, although every year there are more and more, so you don't know what the future will be.

youtu.be/KbiEsdsh4lo

youtu.be/sUQ5vZbd7d4
sar 1 | 13
15 Mar 2011 #34
So instead of drinking Irish whiskey, what is the best Polish Krupnik for the occasion.....or any occasion?
Ireland4ever - | 44
16 Mar 2011 #35
Poles are not driving up anything in Ireland other than the birthrate as they get pregnant within five minutes of arriving then leech off our wacky leftist welfare system.

I doubt that poles are inherently smarter than Irish.You could get statistics to prove anything you wanted.No race is smarter than another. I doubt that poles are smarter than Irish given the fact that their economy is still so pathetic even though they no longer have 'foreign occupation' to blame for their weakness

Re: St Patrrick's day. I love Ireland and I would love to see her reunified , Gaelic and free some day. I hate the hypocracy and fakeness of this day where people **** on my flag and country.

The same people (typically foreigners who want to such up to native Irish) buy a lepruachaun hat but would not support their local Gaelic athletic club or vote for an Irish republican party as they "couldn't be bothered"
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
16 Mar 2011 #36
their economy is still so pathetic even though they no longer have 'foreign occupation' to blame for their weakness

Glass houses and stones, if ever there were any...
Ireland4ever - | 44
16 Mar 2011 #37
Ireland4ever is a troll and is not even Irish - ignore him.

Think what you will. What I say is true. The best St Patrick's day gift would be an annoucenment that Poland had been invaded again and that ball useless poles have to return home to defend their 'motherland'. One can only hope and pray

If you are not irish you have no right to celebrate St Patrick's day. and I don't mean Irish in that you moved here from poland, Africa or paki land and had three kids so we can 't send you home due to Human Rights or some leftist ****
Ironside 50 | 11,042
16 Mar 2011 #38
Think what you will.

Well, I think that you should change your nick - Retard4ever would be more suitable, and would not be giving Irish people a bad name.
PennBoy 76 | 2,436
16 Mar 2011 #39
Retard4ever

HAHA that was funny. It's good that most Irish people are not like him.
smurf 39 | 1,981
16 Mar 2011 #40
Gaelic athletic club

ya see horse you're just showing yourself up as a plastic paddy.

nobody called them

Gaelic athletic club

's we real Irish people call them GAA clubs.

Irish republican party

???
Wasn't that the slogan of Fianna Fail.....yea man, well done, coz Fianna Fail aren't half to blame for the mess that the Irish economy are in now.

Gaelic and free some day

buachaill, an bhfuild ann Gaeilge agat? Ní dóigh liom go bhfuil clue agat ar bit.
Dún do bhéal agus feisigh do thóin féin.

I'm delighted to know that everyone here knows that you do not represent the full blooded Irish people of Ireland.
Have a nice St Patrick's I hope you lighten up and quit being a keyboard warrior.
Teffle 22 | 1,321
16 Mar 2011 #41
wacky leftist welfare system.

Hmmm.

Where have I heard this before recently? Ah yes, polesarerussian wasn't it?

Any other nom de plumes saddo?

I've said it before but I can guarantee you this guy is not even Irish. Not even a wannabe American plastic paddy. There are far too many giveaway signs in his posts. English is not his first language.

Either way, whatever the nationality of this lunatic he most certainly does not represent the views of the average Irish person.

To put things in perspective, Sinn Féin recieved less than 10% of the national vote at the recent election, which incidentally was their best result ever, by far. They are formerly the political wing of the provisional IRA who have been on ceasefire since 1997 and announced a complete end to their campaign and decommissioned weapons 6 years ago. Any other renegade so called "republicans" that troll-boy has gone on about in other posts receive almost zero support and are condemned by all other republicans - including Sinn Féin themselves.

I've asked you before but I'll ask again - prove to me that you are Irish - why don't you tell me something that only an Irish person would really understand?

Not some poorly translated googled Gaeilge - anyone can do that.

Go on then, I'm waiting....
Warszawski1
16 Mar 2011 #42
I doubt that poles are inherently smarter than Irish.You could get statistics to prove anything you wanted

That is a comment that makes some sense.

given the fact that their economy is still so pathetic even though they no longer have 'foreign occupation' to blame for their weakness

As far as I know the Polish economy has been the best performing economy in Europe for the last couple of years. So please send us some links of your source.

Re: St Patrrick's day. I love Ireland and I would love to see her reunified , Gaelic and free some day. I hate the hypocracy and fakeness of this day where people **** on my flag and country.

St Patrrick's day, is a unification day for Ireland, it does not matter what is your religion or politics, on St Pat's everyone is Irish. It is also allows all Irish outside of Ireland to have their day and be proud of wenst they came. leprechauns and all. As a side note Ireland4ever, don't forget the snakes you pagan worshipper.
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
16 Mar 2011 #43
Guiness?

Spell it properly please. A degree of reverance is required here. I'll ask for a pardon for you tomorrow.

Szarlotka you forgot William Trevor..:)

Oops;)
PennBoy 76 | 2,436
16 Mar 2011 #44
we real Irish people call them GAA clubs.

Well what do you believe he is? An Irish American maybe??
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
16 Mar 2011 #45
Under a bridge where all trolls are from.
It matters not where he is from and we give him far too much time by even remarking about him.

Get ready for a few enjoyable pints tomorrow :)
PennBoy 76 | 2,436
16 Mar 2011 #46
I've had Guinness and Killian's Irish Red (American beer) wanna try that Smithwick's is it smooth not with a bitter aftertaste ?
Teffle 22 | 1,321
16 Mar 2011 #47
Difficult to say - it's all relative. Compared with US beer it's almost certainly a bit bitter, earthy tasting - although nowhere near Guinness-like. Slightly fruity even? Very hard to describe!

Easily quaffable rather than sippable if you know what I mean.

Ah **** just try it ; )
Ireland4ever - | 44
16 Mar 2011 #48
alot more to Ireland than beer. Most Irish don't even drink beer...preferring cider or spirits and mixer.
That's like saying that all eastern europe is famous for is violence., an unture stereotype

here's how "Ireland" looks this St.Patrick's week 2011. R.I.P. Éireann

rte.ie/news/av/2011/0315/media-2925083.html#

POLAND HAS ALL THIS TO LOOK FROWARD TO
Teffle 22 | 1,321
16 Mar 2011 #49
Most Irish don't even drink beer

Oh you think so?

Go away, you are a joke.

By the way, I think 4th time now at this stage:

why don't you tell me something that only an Irish person would really understand?

Ireland4ever - | 44
16 Mar 2011 #50
Most Irish don't even drink beer

The most popular drink is bulmers cider i think. I rarely drink Guinness myself nor do my mates. Too heavy

no.I have a right to free speech as do you. Everything I say may be unpopular but it is sadly true particularly regarding the polish problem in Ireland.

The Ireland that people pruport to "celebrate" on St Patrick's day DOES NOT EXIST AND PROBABLY NEVER DID i.e. leprauchaiuns and deedly didley music. The real Ireland is one of crime, corruption, excessive immigration and depressions. Honour Ireland by trying to make it better not patronize her and insult her with gimmicky Bull sh**

Irish people are just so easily bullied by the immigration extremists that they say nothing or make some vague remarks about "multiculturalism" whilst at the same time being horrfied by how our culture has been decimated over the last 10-15 years, slowly yet surely.
Teffle 22 | 1,321
16 Mar 2011 #51
Still waiting...
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
16 Mar 2011 #52
The real Ireland is one of crime, corruption, excessive immigration and depressions.

Don't forget Angela's Ashes!
Ireland4ever - | 44
16 Mar 2011 #53
Go on then, I'm waiting....

whatcould I say that one could n't find on wikipedia etc?

Do you think I care where you think I'm from.? Is cuma liom faoi sin,

Here's a shot though at something only an Irish person would know.

Labhraim giota beag Ghaelige ach ba mhaith liom fheabhus a cúr ar mo chuid Ghaeilige sa todchaí.

Irish people say 'slag' for insult and 'eejit' for a stupid person. The GAA club is the hub of local communities and rural life especially relvolves around it. is that good enough?
Teffle 22 | 1,321
16 Mar 2011 #54
whatcould I say that one could n't find on wikipedia etc?

If you were Irish you would think of something. I know I can. I'm sure others here can too.

Irish people say 'slag' for insult and 'eejit' for a stupid person. The GAA club is the hub of local communities and rural life especially relvolves around it. is that good enough?

No it's not. And it's not exactly accurate either.

Labhraim giota beag Ghaelige ach ba mhaith liom fheabhus a cúr ar mo chuid Ghaeilige sa todchaí.

Did you miss this bit?

Not some poorly translated googled Gaeilge - anyone can do that

In Warsaw - | 48
16 Mar 2011 #55
The most popular drink is bulmers cider i think. I rarely drink Guinness myself nor do my mates. Too heavy

The problem is actually that you're 13 years old and that's why you prefer cider and think Guinness is too heavy.
Ireland4ever - | 44
16 Mar 2011 #56
Not some poorly translated googled Gaeilge - anyone can do that

well at least I make an effort to learn Gaelige unlike most Irish people. Deamaim mo seacht dhicheall chun mo theanga a fhoglaim. Nach raibh sin ró ceart ach ta me ag fheabhsú

The GAA is the main sport in Ireland.What other sport gets more attendances. You're obviosly a west brit rugby fan probably from D4 who sucks upto immigrants especially poles due to some deep rooted inferiority complex about your own race/nationality
Teffle 22 | 1,321
16 Mar 2011 #57
Still waiting - but look forward to more posts exposing your nationality lie even more.
Ireland4ever - | 44
16 Mar 2011 #58
Irish people say 'slag' for insult and 'eejit' for a stupid person. The GAA club is the hub of local communities and rural life especially relvolves around it. is that good enough

sadly for you teffle,you'll find that the Cumann Lúth chleas Gael is the biggest in terms of membership and affiliated clubs on the island nation and gives young and old a great outlet for FREE. my local club has teams for boys and girls in Gaelic footballand hurling and every night God send there will be a match or training at the local GAA grounds. Not like rugby or soccer where you pay for coaches and the use of facilities.

The fact that you do not accept the success of the GAA sopeaks volumes of your mindset and explains alot of your comments.

youtube.com/watch?v=JNyTH5NT99Q

watch that... those men are AMATUERS. they do it for the love of their counties and Ireland

Slán leat
Teffle 22 | 1,321
16 Mar 2011 #59
The fact that you do not accept the success of the GAA

Never said that.

Still waiting...
FUZZYWICKETS 8 | 1,883
16 Mar 2011 #60
Ireland4ever wrote:

As an Irishman I find foreigners attitudes to Ireland and St.Patrick's day insulting and patronizing. There is much more to Irish culture than drink.

then you're being entirely oversensitive.

it's no different than anything else in this world. when people don't know much about a culture, they cling to the stereotypes and once a year holidays. can't blame them. people celebrate Mardis Gras and have no idea what it even means. Same goes for Cinco De Mayo. Hell, most people don't know the first thing about Thanksgiving, yet they all are eating pumpkin pie and turkey every year when it comes around. (I'll leave out Christmas......that's a whole' different can of worms.....)

i can't speak for Brits, Scandanavians, Poles....but in the USA, there is simply no disrespect towards the Irish and people simply do not think that Ireland is just a bunch of drunks.


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