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Trevek 26 | 1,702
15 Feb 2010 #121
you wear khaki trousers when there is no war going on ;) ;)

As opposed to camouflage ones in britain?
Exiled 2 | 425
15 Feb 2010 #122
Also if you wear big cross on deep decolte with hot shorts pul zadek.
I like this cross.It means the Slavic girl gets tortured for her sins.
kh siarko sanok 2 | 52
15 Feb 2010 #124
you love arguing at family get-

You got that right,and do not forget politics.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 Feb 2010 #125
Oh, there are camouflage ones too ;) Maybe that's for forest combat :)

The word is cleavage, Exiled. The standard is not bad at all :)

Politics too. Tusk is starting to propose some controversial measures so they aren't missed. Taxing money 'na lokacie' and imposing fines for every km/h over the speed limit are just 2 of his no brainers.
Trevek 26 | 1,702
15 Feb 2010 #126
The word is cleavage, Exiled. The standard is not bad at all :)

Yes, if you're a girl and wear your jeans so low we can a) see if you shave
b) it's a waste of time wearing underwear
c) spend the whole time pulling your jumper down when someone walks behind you (hence the word 'pullover', I suppose)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 Feb 2010 #127
Some do that :)

Thongs are very much for choice. It's like a wedgie.
DannyJ - | 129
15 Feb 2010 #128
- You think Mr Bean is funny

- You still watch Benny Hill

- You sit down with the whole family to watch Strictly Come Dancing/ Ski Jumping
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 Feb 2010 #129
you can perform miracles with money, totally defying accounting

you must be first to your seat in an airplane

you disobey direct orders at an airport to stand back

you wave your hand to say nothing has happened, then get back in your car and drive off. I've seen this a few times after reversing into the car behind.
strzyga 2 | 993
16 Feb 2010 #130
you read this thread, sigh deeply, shake your head and move on
beelzebub - | 444
16 Feb 2010 #131
If you can't name a country or city without saying "the" in from it.

"I am from the Warsaw"

What do you say for Holland? The The Netherlands?
beckski 12 | 1,617
16 Feb 2010 #132
You have a tendency of hiding objects so well; you forget where you've placed them.
DannyJ - | 129
16 Feb 2010 #133
you disobey direct orders at an airport to stand back

Yep, i,ve see them climbing all over luggage carousels when they have stopped working at UK airports.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
16 Feb 2010 #134
The worst was when I was coming back from Edinburgh at Xmas. In plain English, she told them to stand back but they were so eager not to lose their place in the queue that they just ignored her. It was like bydło (cattle), nothing more and nothing less.
g60edition 6 | 175
16 Feb 2010 #135
Starangley I found myself eating krokiety with cheese and mushrooms and washing them down with a mug of borsch and glancing at the Tv while M jak milosc was on last night.And now getting impatient for my new polsat card so I can watch kiepski
Seanus 15 | 19,706
16 Feb 2010 #136
Croquettes are nort exclusively Polish and are not overly popular here. With barszcz maybe yes but not that much.
DannyJ - | 129
16 Feb 2010 #137
I was coming back from Edinburgh at Xmas

- You find your self paying a whole months salary (or more) just to go home for Xmas, and doing the same again for Easter
Seanus 15 | 19,706
16 Feb 2010 #138
It was not too bad for me. For some Poles that's definitely the case.
DannyJ - | 129
16 Feb 2010 #139
- You find your self wearing a suit and half pissed on Easter morning but 10am
Seanus 15 | 19,706
16 Feb 2010 #140
Really? I don't associate that with Poland at all.
DannyJ - | 129
16 Feb 2010 #141
Must be a Warsaw thing, or just the people I hang out with
Seanus 15 | 19,706
16 Feb 2010 #142
That's probably it. There aren't too many in the suit brigade here in Upper Silesia. Maybe in Katowice but certainly not here in Gliwice.
DannyJ - | 129
16 Feb 2010 #143
suit brigade

Everyone in Warsaw is always trying too hard to out do everyone else
anton888 - | 82
16 Feb 2010 #144
wearing a suit

Don't forget the laptop!

You complaint when someone consider Poland Eastern Europe.
You scream when someone compare Poland with Russia.

You own a leather jacket

This is so true:-) perhaps only the guys? Pls specific the color, it has to be Black!

Your car costs more than your college education

This is not right, it cost more than the family house!
Trevek 26 | 1,702
16 Feb 2010 #145
You complaint when someone consider Poland Eastern Europe.
You scream when someone compare Poland with Russia

and then refer to Scotland and Wales as "England"

What the f**k is Soccer?

What's the big deal about 'soccer'. I was brought up in England in 1970's and we called it 'soccer'. The term was invented by an England captain, FCOL.

It's from the term 'Association' Football, rather than Rugby Football, American, Australian or Irish.
DannyJ - | 129
16 Feb 2010 #146
What's the big deal about 'soccer'. I was brought up in England in 1970's and we called it 'soccer'. The term was invented by an England captain, FCOL.

Thanks for the info
time means 5 | 1,310
16 Feb 2010 #147
What the f**k is Soccer?

Yep wtf is "soccer".
Trevek 26 | 1,702
16 Feb 2010 #148
Why the soccer do you keep talking about the WTF?

wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Taekwondo_Federation


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