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mauritius_2302 8 | 21
4 Dec 2011 #1
Hi, I am a mauritian married to a polish citizen, I was in UK for 3 years but decided to return back to my country for a better married life and had lots of projects in head! But where it stand, i just want to leave here n meet up again with my wife who is in poland! But I want to be somewhere like poznan which is not too expensive and welcome foreigners too! I want to know how people treat foreigners there! because in London it was alright! No racism n stuff! And what about job prospects? Can me n my wife start a new life afresh there?? let me know please! I need information urgently so that I can act ASAP! Cheers in advance
Midas 1 | 571
4 Dec 2011 #2
So you basically married a Polish girl in London, maybe to get UK residency, then moved back to Mauritius without her for some reason and now you're maybe considering moving to Poznan, provided they're not too racist to you over there.

Kiddo, marriage ( a real marriage, not a residency scam ) is about supporting your spouse through thick and thin, regardless whether it is tough ( racism, job prospects ) to do so.

You'd be wise to learn that.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
4 Dec 2011 #3
Great reply, Midas!
Midas 1 | 571
4 Dec 2011 #4
Thank you Seanus, to be honest I was slightly moved by the amount of selfishness in his post.

He MIGHT move to Poland to support his wife, assuming there'll be "no racism and stuff", good job prospects ( screw the economy, right?, everybody's got to bend over backwards for the little prince ) and few expenses. Otherwise she can fend for herself and live without a husband.

Husband of the year type.
EdWilczynski 3 | 98
4 Dec 2011 #5
Got to admit Midas old boy. He doesn't endear himself to anyone with his orginal post.

I'd also be inclined to give him the old two fingered salute.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
4 Dec 2011 #6
Snake springs to mind. A fairweather husband!
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
6 Dec 2011 #7
But where it stand, i just want to leave here n meet up again with my wife who is in poland!

It's safe to say that with an attitude like yours, you'll get your head kicked in repeatedly by the locals and they certainly won't employ you.

Poland doesn't "welcome foreigners" - they treat them like they're Polish. Some random from Mauritius isn't going to turn any heads - and you'll be another kebab slave in "Kebabistan".

Job prospects? I'll give you a job for 5zl an hour. How about it?
OP mauritius_2302 8 | 21
7 Dec 2011 #8
Midas, firstly, I dont know you and you dont know me personally! So I believe stereotyping people is not so good. Might be you are your family member has been sleeping with a mauritian and was treated that way!having said this makes you look like you come from a third world country with such dirty and cheap mind.

if i would have want the uk residency, i would not leave UK firstly. And i just wanted some ideas about life there! not about your thoughts about me! as you dont know what are the projects we have on our heads! So is it the first time u are seeing husband leaving the wife temporarily to look for a job abroad and then get back to the wifey!

i think you need help! and secondly you are still immature. and like you said, i being a kid i can give you free tuition you puff!

thanks again!
Midas 1 | 571
7 Dec 2011 #9
I see truth hurts the most, judging from the arguments ad personam :). One doesn't need to have any contact with mauritians to see you for what you are.

You're in no position to give anyone suggestions because you're simply not man enough to face your marital responsibilities.

So is it the first time u are seeing husband leaving the wife temporarily to look for a job abroad and then get back to the wifey!

Hold your horses there, boyo.

First you write:

I was in UK for 3 years but decided to return back to my country for a better married life and had lots of projects in head!

"Married life" so I take it you both returned to wherever. Unless by "better married life" you mean staying away from your wife.

Now you write "leaving the wife temporarily".... Which one was it then? Why is the story changing all the time? Or is it just your inadequate command of English?

you puff!

Yaaay, internet tough guy.
olive - | 1
16 Jul 2013 #10
[Moved from]: Where I can go in Poznan to meet other foreigners?

Hey
where i can go in Poznan to meet other foreigners? i mean pubs or something like this
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
16 Jul 2013 #11
Every Thursday from 19:00-23:59, Bunuba Cafe, ul. Szewska 20a - there's an international language exchange meeting there, organised under the Couchsurfing/Language Exchange Club/Be Welcome Poznan group. When you get there, just ask at the bar - we're always upstairs or standing outside the bar - there are normally 20+ people every week, even during summer :)

Normally people come from all over the world - Spain, the UK, France, everywhere!
AnupamDash 1 | 21
8 May 2015 #12
SHould I expect racism in Poznan?

Give some information about Poznan, man.
I would like to know about the life in Poznan., about the racism activities in Poznan.


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