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Why are Poles always so miserable? Why do they never smile?


dannyboy 18 | 248
15 Feb 2007 #151
lol, hes english, you can see that a mile off. Polish people do not use those expressions!
compuwiz100
23 Mar 2007 #152
You can "TANGIBLY" feel your feelings????? What does that mean? Do you know what the word tangible means? Look it up. Your satement makes absolutely no sense. You can't tangibly feel something that isn't physically there, as a feeling. Tangible means that you can touch it with your hand and feel it, the texture, and so on. I hope I've helped to educate your off kilter mind.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
23 Mar 2007 #153
not gonna contest what youre saying there compuwiz... but just add that as a marketer i go to great extents to add tangibility to non-tangibles...
Speachless - | 11
23 Mar 2007 #154
Thanks to all for the positive. It is so easy to critcize ! I have no time to read all this. I have kids and work to do...so just briefly.

Poland is changing. don't want to stand in line at the bank use on-line banking. It is there.
Poland is recovering very quickly and there are opportunities and there is fun as well. if you don't have fun it is your fault.

if you are depressed, seek help and do not blame the whole nation for making you miserable or leave! Nobody is making you stay in miserable Poland -it is no communizm any more...and even then people found ways to leave, fight and change their plight. it is a very brave nation on the way to recovery...we need positive people and voices to help us out and we don't need negative, joykillers ! Go back to wherever you think is so great and jolly.
sapphire 22 | 1,241
23 Mar 2007 #155
I keep telling my man that he's a moody ******, but he doesnt really understand.. can anyone tell me how to say this in Polish?

Oh dear I was censored, but I'm sure you get the drift..f*****r was the word
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
24 Mar 2007 #156
moody ******

Tell him in English : 'Stop acting like a princess' :)
LoneStranger 3 | 382
24 Mar 2007 #157
We smile, laugh and everything cheerful!

This is a thread based on a dim concept about the Poles (which is almost everytime the case).
Michal - | 1,865
24 Mar 2007 #158
The Polish are not used to taking responsibility and I think that they are unhappy because they know that their jobs are unimportant so they have no motivation. They always blame someone else. It is always the fault of the Russians or the Americans or failing that Churchill. To twija wina-Churchil sprzadal Polske do Stalina! I have heard this saying more often than their national Anthem. A very sad country with so many dishonest people.
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
25 Mar 2007 #159
I think that they are unhappy because they know that their jobs are unimportant so they have no motivation.

Michal, what gave you that bright conclusion? anyone in any job that doesnt pay
is bound to be bitter. why would you come on a polish site and spew garbage?

every man and womans dream is to become something. circumstances in family
or personal reason can set back goals of young perspectives who already have
been accepted into elite colleges. not sent to harvard by mommy and daddy
and had their way all their lives.

one thing I always said, book smart is great, common sense to keep your
hurtful comments to yourself , some just dont have it.

I have heard this saying more often than their national Anthem. A very sad country with so many dishonest people.

studying law and he generalizes. I hope you dont do that in court

dishonest hmm, thats sad that you would think all of Poland is dishonest.
hopefully no one polish enters the courtroom with you in it. they surely go to jail.

if you go back in time. I think my intuition would tell me that alot happened
to poland over the last few centuries and right now they are heading for the
light dont you think? maybe they stole the light? being so dishonest.
Puzzler 9 | 1,089
25 Mar 2007 #160
Hm... I wonder if this 'antimonopole' feller is really Polish, or if he only lies that he's 'Polish,' and is, in fact, of totally different extraction? Let's check it out. 'Antimonopole,' are you against the Jewish occupation of the Palestinian land and against the Israeli army and settlers' murdering the Palestinians? Yes or no? My second question to you is: would you call 'buggers' the numerous African folks in Britain? There are scores of them in London alone, much more than, in fact, the Poles. :) There are also, reportedly, in London alone, hundreds of thousands of French. Would you call them 'buggers' just as well? :) And how about the countless East Indians, would you call them 'buggers' too? :) And how about other Asians - Chinese, Koreans, etc.? :) 'Buggers,' or not? And how about the very numerous Jewish folks in Britain? 'Buggers,' or not? :) So? :) PS. Your postings seem to sound quite grim; there's absolutely no sense of humour in them, only, it seems, the psychopathic lust to hurt the Poles, to put them down. Therefore isn't it actually you who are a grim, smileless, psychotic type? Don't you project on the Poles your own grimness and total luck of humour? :)
Michal - | 1,865
25 Mar 2007 #161
Rich people can be dishonest too not only poor people as those in Poland. Wealth does not guarantee honesty either. However, as an example, I know of a man polish man living in Denmark returning home by train through Poland with presents. He went to the tioilet and returned to his seat. His drink had been 'spiked' whilst out of the compartment and he later woke up in his underpants! Everything had been stolen so a warning to the travelling public in Poland-never leave an opened drink and then return to it later-you never know what you will find! Of course, I can not say if the guilty were Polish or just using a Polish train. Ask the poor man in question if I am 'spewing garbage' when he woke up and was at first arrested as they (the police) believed that he was drunk. A very nasty situation.
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
25 Mar 2007 #162
How does this example match your thesis that wealthy doesn't always mean honest ? I don't catch your drift.
Michal - | 1,865
25 Mar 2007 #163
How do you know that a wealthy man has earned his money through honesty and hard work? Does a rich man necessarily deserve to be rich? Does the man Abramowich (if I have spelled his name correctly) who owns Chelea Football Club- how has he earned 11 billion pounds? Working the land or down a coal mine? Are rich people always honest and how much money does a rich man deserve. These are two different aspects Like paul McCartny of the Beetles, does he need or deserve 800,000,000 pounds? Did he earn that money or did he receive that money through royalties? Someone can be honest and rich or poor and be dishonest-there is no guarantee either way. Is it too difficult to understand this point? Has this got anything to do with sad Polish faces, which was the theme of the discussion anyway? These is no thesis on my part. The end of this discussion, please.
AgaBabaJaga
25 Mar 2007 #164
Do you smile when you are miserable????
Michal - | 1,865
25 Mar 2007 #165
I am always miserable and never smile so I do not know the difference.
espana 17 | 910
25 Mar 2007 #166
me too but only when i m with people like antimonopole
shewolf 5 | 1,077
25 Mar 2007 #167
Why are you miserable? Why do you never smile?
pingwin 2 | 117
25 Mar 2007 #168
I am always miserable and never smile so I do not know the difference.

Why are you so miserable and never smile???

Life is such a precious gift that I cherish it even though I have struggles in life. Smiling is just one of those quick pick me ups to enjoy life before I go down permanently. :)
Michal - | 1,865
25 Mar 2007 #169
Quoting Puzzler, who lies and says he/she is Polish? Is this a comment addressed to me? I do not know if I am to answer this or is it addressed to someone else?
miranda
25 Mar 2007 #170
Michal,
smile, it's free!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Michal - | 1,865
25 Mar 2007 #171
Yes, I agree, they say that a sense of humour and a laugh once in a while is a good antidote to the stresses in life.

Miranda, nothing in Poland is for free!!!
pingwin 2 | 117
25 Mar 2007 #172
Miranda, nothing in Poland is for free!!!

Sure there is it's called a friendly SMILE!:) There always free.
miranda
25 Mar 2007 #173
Michal,
cheer up. I always watch a comedy or make fun of the people on this forum( it's free) when I am stessed out:) :) :) :) :) :)

For example Pingwin is so funny, ha, ha, ha.......
pingwin 2 | 117
25 Mar 2007 #174
For example Pingwin is so funny, ha, ha, ha.......

That's right!!!:) :) :)
ArturSzastak 3 | 593
25 Mar 2007 #175
Hey....I can make you smile :)

I was watching this movie...where a guy spends all his time with bears. Halfway through the movie he snaps and says he's "one with the bear"!!! He gets to the point where he says the bears have the compacity to feel compassion. A week later the bear ate him. I laughed to the point where I thought I would puke :)

:) :) :) :) :) :)

The funny part is.....his father told him he wouldn't amount to s^it!

"Oh yeah? You just watch...."

*Chomp*

"Guess again Papa! As we speak I am being digested to the point where the bear will squeeze me out of his rectum where I will then become a steaming pile of bear ****."

:)
Michal - | 1,865
26 Mar 2007 #176
Thank you, Miranda, you have made my day.
sapphire 22 | 1,241
26 Mar 2007 #177
'Stop acting like a princess'

well he does say that Im a princess.. I like the sound of it, but I know it can be used in another context.. Can anyone explain what it really means if a Polish guy calls a woman a princess.. is this good or bad?
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
29 Mar 2007 #178
It's very good, it's definitely a compliment.
Przystojniak
29 Mar 2007 #179
disagree, it means stop being a silly spoilt girl and start acting like a woman your age!

the term BRATZ comes to mind?
sapphire 22 | 1,241
30 Mar 2007 #180
ok that makes sense.. It seems to me that it can be good or bad, depending on the context and how it is said?

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