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20% of adult Poles are single and live with Mummy!


pgtx 30 | 3,156
2 Dec 2010 #121
"mamuluskas",

what's that?

"mommies' girls".

how about daddy's girls?

So, where is the freaking equality of rights for both sexes?

sometimes i think it will be possible when both, women and men will deliver babies....

;)
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
2 Dec 2010 #122
men will deliver babies

This would be the end of the human race.
I wouldn't be able for the pain.
trener zolwia 1 | 939
2 Dec 2010 #124
All men are mummy's boys...We all come out of the same place when we come into the world.

And we spend the rest of our lives trying to get back in. ;)

And the battle of the sexes continues.

I like to think of it more as a naked wrestling match.
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #125
Spread your wings and learn how to fly, you losers! All men living with their parents past their 21-st birthday are basically nothing but trash.

I agree, it's not only a Polish "thing", it’s a pathetic sign of inability to survive on your own, and that 20% of the men in that generation are basically useless pussies waiting to inherit something from their mommy and daddy when they die!

I was out on my own at 17, joined the military at 18. After I got out I played for my higher education with my own money, so I know it’s possible.

I believe any guy that stays at home with their mommy and daddy for too long becomes a weakling and a parasite. People like that are disgusting wimp pus$y boy geeks scared to death to live in the real world on their own.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
2 Dec 2010 #126
I believe any guy that stays at home with their mommy and daddy for too long becomes a weakling and a parasite. People like that are disgusting wimp pus$y boy geeks scared to death to live in the real world on their own.

that's pretty much what women think... how he supposed to take care of his own family, if he can't himself...
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #127
Spread your wings and learn how to fly, you losers!

thank you.

All men

what about women?

living with their parents past their 21-st birthday are basically nothing but trash.

what if that person is paying bills and parents don't want let him/her to move out?

I was out on my own at 17, joined the military at 18.

at age of 18 we are still in high school.

After I got out I played for my higher education with my own money, so I know it’s possible.

in Poland?

that 20% of the men in that generation are basically useless pussies waiting to inherit something from their mommy and daddy when they die!

You don't know the life here. People want to move out from parents but they can't. In Poland you won't live on a part time job. It's not America, so stop talking bollox.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
2 Dec 2010 #128
Spread your wings and learn how to fly, you losers! All men living with their parents past their 21-st birthday are basically nothing but trash.

Did you move out of your mums basement yet?

I was out on my own at 17, joined the military at 18.

18 and still in need of someone telling you what to do and take care of you? Poor substitute for your mum.

After I got out I played for my higher education with my own money

Hard to believe, which is it pay or played? Big difference you know.

I believe any guy that stays at home with their mommy and daddy for too long becomes a weakling and a parasite. People like that are disgusting wimp pus$y boy geeks scared to death to live in the real world on their own.

For all the tough talk, I think you’re full of **** and still live in your mum’s basement.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
2 Dec 2010 #129
People want to move out from parents but they can't.

A kind of embarrassing but somehow funny situation recently, I let out a friend's apartment in Krakow recently. A nice young 20ish couple who were living with her parents.

They could not wait to leave, they moved in and painted the walls themselves, just to get out of the family house.
I say it was a funny situation because the way the guy explained his desperate circumstance to me.

Minimum wage is €317.58 per month here in Poland. Houses usually have three or four generations in them, all doing their bit and helping out because life on minimum wage here is tough.
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #130
Sorry to disappoint you short, but my own 200K 2500 sq feet house doesn't have a basement and my mommy and daddy live 2.5 K miles away. Besides you sound pathetic, kind of like an angry kid.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
2 Dec 2010 #131
you sound pathetic, kind of like an angry kid.

So do you, considering the distance to Poland is much greater than your parent’s basement you long for. You talk **** on the subject you have no clue about and expect it to be some kind of a serious debate? Get a life.
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #132
Sorry to disappoint you short, but my own 200K 2500 sq feet house doesn't have a basement and my mommy and daddy live 2.5 K miles away. Besides you sound pathetic, kind of like an angry kid.

could you reply on my post or you don't have anything to say just spit with anger on everyone? You must be stupid to think that anyone young could be happy about living with parents. What's nice about that? You can't buy a bottle of vodka and drink it. You can't make sex. You can't make parties. What's the fun of living with parents? The grumbling all the time?

Mostly people move out and return, move out and return, over and over again.
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #133
distance to Poland is much greater than your parent’s basement

First of all my parents live here in the US.

I lived in Poland on my own and I know more about that country than you think.

Why are you so angry? Are you still living with your mommy?

could you reply on my post or you don't have anything to say just spit with anger on everyone?

sorry i'm working, i have no time to read every bull$hit response on this thread.
I enjoy spitting with anger. It relaxes me.
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #134
I lived in Poland on my own and I know more about that country than you think.

have you? coud you tell us more? what job have you been doing?

Why are you so angry?

it's you who post a fierce and hateful comment.

Are you still living with your mommy?

just like little children...

sorry i'm working, i have no time to read every bull$hit response on this thread.

so you post comments when working? what does your boss think about it?

If you don't want to discuss, that's mean you are a troll. I ASKED YOU A QUESTION HOW POLISH YOUNG PERSON CAN RENT A ROOM AND LIVE ON HALF TIME JOB IN McDONALDS?!
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #135
ok ZY,

Women can live with their parents as long as they need. I believe it's men job to find a nest for his family.

what does your boss think about it

Go ask him.
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #136
ok ZY,

what about this question:

HOW POLISH YOUNG PERSON CAN RENT A ROOM AND LIVE ON HALF TIME JOB IN McDONALDS?!

As I said it's easy to be independend in the USA. In Poland parents call you a sucker when you want to move out from home and lose your all savings on rental bills.
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #137
HOW POLISH YOUNG PERSON CAN RENT A ROOM AND LIVE ON HALF TIME JOB IN McDONALDS?!

get a better job silly.
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #138
WHERE???
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #139
from home and lose your all savings on rental bills

that's stupid.

WHERE???

Listen, I can’t figure out everything for you. I’m telling you it’s possible, I’ve done it.
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #140
that's stupid.

that's what my parents said...
pgtx 30 | 3,156
2 Dec 2010 #141
In Poland parents call you a sucker when you want to move out from home and lose your all savings on rental bills.

mentality... it doesn't teach the life...

HOW POLISH YOUNG PERSON CAN RENT A ROOM AND LIVE ON HALF TIME JOB IN McDONALDS?!

why only a half-time job? and why in McDonald's?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
2 Dec 2010 #142
All men living with their parents past their 21-st birthday are basically nothing but trash.

Easy to say in the land of opp...house price crashes, not so easy to say in Europe where housing costs are significantly higher.
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #143
I’m telling you it’s possible, I’ve done it.

ok so I ask you what job have you been working in Poland? could you tell us please?

mentality... it doesn't teach the life...

yes that's true. But don't blame only the young people for that. It's also the economical aspect. Do you agree that abroad it's much easier to start separate life at very early age?

why only a half-time job? and why in McDonald's?

if someone want's to study daily courses it's impossible to find full time job on 1st and 2nd year. And many people who live with parents are students.
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #144
Easy to say in the land of opp...house price crashes, not so easy to say in Europe where housing costs are significantly higher.

I'm not saying it's easy, I’m just another schmuck out there and I've done it.
You can build a house in PL for 160k PLN, that's 4 times cheaper than here in the US.

ok so I ask you what job have you been working in Poland? could you tell us please?

lol it's a funny story, I worked for Samoobrone Andrzeja Leppera, collecting votes while working for furniture factory. I paved driveways or/and basements for the “rich” people. I fabricated car and motorcycle parts and fixed computers. On weekends I smuggled vodka through the Czechoslovakian border and sold it to local “melina”. Believe it or not, I had 3 to 4 jobs at all times. The new generation is a bunch of geeky pussies.
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #145
You can build a house in PL for 160k PLN, that's 4 times cheaper than here in the US.

still people have to take credits for 30 years.

Believe it or not, I had 3 to 4 jobs at all times.

half of them illegal... Zgadza się, kombinatorzy sobie radzą...
pgtx 30 | 3,156
2 Dec 2010 #146
Do you agree that abroad it's much easier to start separate life at very early age?

yes, i do...
to move out from my parents, i had to travel across the ocean... ;)

i realize that the situation for young people in PL sucks, but the question is: how to change it?

You can build a house in PL for 160k PLN

huh? is it dziupla?
$200K and 2500sqf house in TX isn't a big deal... :)
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #147
i realize that the situation for young people in PL sucks, but the question is: how to change it?

good question.
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #148
half of them illegal... Zgadza się, kombinatorzy sobie radzą...

You just envious because you don't know how, I hate to break this to you, but there is no such a thing like a 100% legitimate business in the world . Wake up bud.

$200K and 2500sqf house in TX isn't a big deal

It's mine and i love it. I didn't say it is a big deal.
zetigrek
2 Dec 2010 #149
there is no such a thing like a 100% legitimate business in the world .

smugling vodka?
Havok 10 | 912
2 Dec 2010 #150
Hey I’m honest, it wasn't peaty, I loved hiking through the mountains.

I'm sorry to disappoint you ZY I’m a douchebag,

I forgot to mention it I was 15-16 back than :) i left Poland when i was almost 17.

so GFY all you losers living with parents.


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