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I adopted the Polish culture by way of my husband


Ciemnosc 1 | 1
19 Feb 2009 #1
Hey everyone, I met my husband 2 and a half years ago and he and his entire family are Polish.

Since then I've surrounded myself with everything Polish, lol. I'm not too amazing at speaking the language at it, he's been helping me since he and his mother are both fluent.

Just thought I'd share <3
pawian 173 | 12,713
19 Feb 2009 #2
Did you also adopt the religious part of Polish culture?
sueswalkies 2 | 32
20 Feb 2009 #3
I get from this post that the mother and family are not living in poland am i write. I am married two and a half years to a pole and i will never adopted the culture i have witinessed in the part of poland where his family lives. It is not living they do its existing and women just do not have the same amount of freedom in his village that i have been used to in the uk. For example most of the women in the village don't drive and don't even want to learn sure why woild they when their husband can do it. Any way there is no where to drive to cos there is absoulty nothing to do. Their life is just filled with hard work to surrive and drinking vodka as there is still nothing to do after work. When i was there in the winter it was dark at 3pm in the afternoon the roads were really bad it was freezing out and the only thing to do is drink vodka. AND I DON'T EVEN DRINK. this has been my experience.
pawian 173 | 12,713
20 Feb 2009 #4
I think you just had bad luck to have come across ignorant brutes who are only able to toil in the field and then drink vodka. I also wouldn`t like to stay there and would refuse to adopt such culture from my foreign partner.

Not all Poles are like that, of course.
sueswalkies 2 | 32
20 Feb 2009 #5
yeah i know all poles are not like i know so many well educated poles living it up in london. But there are lots of

ignorant brutes who are only able to toil in the field and then drink vodka. I also wouldn`t like to stay there and would refuse to adopt such culture from my foreign partner.

ignorant brutes and brutessa living like this and they seem to be under the impression that we in the uk are all millionares. They seem to have a chip on there sholulder and believe they have gotten a raw deal,
pawian 173 | 12,713
20 Feb 2009 #6
ignorant brutes and brutessa living like this and they seem to be under the impression that we in the uk are all millionares. They seem to have a chip on there sholulder and believe they have gotten a raw deal,

I am really sorry you have to deal with such primitives. :):):) You had hard luck. :):)
Piorun - | 658
20 Feb 2009 #7
When i was there in the winter it was dark at 3pm in the afternoon the roads were really bad it was freezing out and the only thing to do is drink vodka. AND I DON'T EVEN DRINK. this has been my experience.

Well you can always make love. Just a suggestion.
sueswalkies 2 | 32
20 Feb 2009 #8
ha ha. well i think thats why people get bagged down with babbies so young in the part of poland i was in.
Ironside 49 | 10,480
1 Apr 2010 #9
is still nothing to do after work.

What about people from your part of the world? What they do after work?
Think Twice
1 Apr 2010 #10
4hrs later........ and still trying to think of an answer. ( must be bad )
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
1 Apr 2010 #11
This thread is over a year old..I doubt the Susi is still around..back in London living up I expect..
Think Twice
1 Apr 2010 #12
This thread is over a year old

God !! That,s worse than I thought.

1yr,4hrs later..... and still trying to think of an answer. lol


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