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Asian guy in love with Polish girl (any chance?)


osirion 1 | 34
20 Jun 2008 #1
Ok, this might seem really stupid, but I am an Asian (Thai) guy living in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. There are always many beautiful Polish girls around. However, I've lately been struck by a girl who works part time at this deli that I sometimes drop by for some food.

She is absolutely adorable and it seems she always perks up with a smile when talking to me. (I don't say much. I just order the food, pay, smile and leave.) I find myself thinking about her quite often lately. Whenever I walk by, I peek in to see if she's there.

Do I have a shot at all if I ask her out? How should I go about asking her out? Should I ask her to the movies? Dinner? What kind of conversation is appropriate when I'm buying stuff at the deli? I feel like I'm in high school again with this "crush" but I'd really love to get to know her.

What do Polish girls think of Asian guys? I don't know any Asian guys who are dating Polish girls. My co worker is Asian and she dates a Polish guy but he does not really hang with the Polish community.

Oh gosh her smile.....help!
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
20 Jun 2008 #2
Hello

Asian guy in love with Polish girl (any chance?)
Long answer NO, short answer YES. Which would you prefer? the long answer or the short one?
If you ask her, the worst she can do is say NO, so you have really nothing to loose.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386
20 Jun 2008 #3
Do I have a shot at all if I ask her out?

Only one way to find out. If you don't ask her, someone else will. She can only say yes or no,

Ask her to do something that doesn't restrict her. Like going for a coffee, and then take it from there.
polishgirltx
20 Jun 2008 #4
osirion, first ask her about her name, tell her that it's lovely, then ask her where is she from in Poland and how long she's been in the states, then ask her to grab a coffee with you...(----> then a movie, dinner, picnic, walk in the zoo, dinner with breakfast, then a road trip, then meet your parents, then meet her parents, ask her to marry you, then wedding and a honeymoon...then kids ...) as simple as that...

:) good luck :)
OP osirion 1 | 34
20 Jun 2008 #5
Is it trying to hard if I say something to her in bad Polish? Thanks for your comments guys! I have no idea why I'm so intimidated. She seems like the sweetest person ever and I've had success with beautiful woman in the past.

The other ladies that work the deli always serve up with a frown that seems to ask me..."what are you doing in here?" She sees me and lights up. I don't know why! I'm definitely not handsome and more on the chubbier side. Maybe it's wishful thinking haha.

Sigh...
polishgirltx
20 Jun 2008 #6
tell us what you want to say and we'll try to help you...
OP osirion 1 | 34
20 Jun 2008 #7
Her smile and eyes kill me. Is it too much to comment on that?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
20 Jun 2008 #8
Is it trying to hard if I say something to her in bad Polish?

Yes I think it would not hurt and could work as a good ice breaker.
Go for it my man, but just make sure to report back to us what happened, ha ha ha
Yes leave out the killing bit, the first time anyway.
polishgirltx
20 Jun 2008 #9
Her smile and eyes kill me.

maybe tell her: You have a beautiful smile. - Masz piękny uśmiech.
southern 75 | 7,096
20 Jun 2008 #10
Tell her:You would not easily guess it but my asian dick is far from asian.
OP osirion 1 | 34
20 Jun 2008 #11
SeanBM - I think I'll try to work up the courage...I'll keep you guys posted

PolishgirlTX- thanks for the tip...but how do I pronounce that properly? Or should I just say it in English?

southern - um...that's not really an issue but I doubt i'll get far mentioning it.
polishgirltx
20 Jun 2008 #12
Or should I just say it in English?

well, maybe you should in English...and then, when you go out, you will ask her to teach you a few Polish words... :)
southern 75 | 7,096
20 Jun 2008 #13
Tell her:Do polish girls kiss good?Polskie dziewczyny dobrze caluje?
OP osirion 1 | 34
20 Jun 2008 #14
polishgirltx: when you go out.....

ah.......that'd be a dream come true.
sausage 19 | 777
20 Jun 2008 #15
make it happen, you will regret it if you don't try
masks98 27 | 289
20 Jun 2008 #16
try talking to her in polish immediately, it'll be hilarious cuz you'll probably suck realy bad so she'll have a alaugh, then challenge her to say something you know in an asian language. work your way from there...
polishgirltx
20 Jun 2008 #17
masks98

lol...good idea....especially, if she has a good sense of humor... i love when people try to speak to me Polish even though they have no idea about it... :)
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
20 Jun 2008 #18
Her smile and eyes kill me. Is it too much to comment on that?

hhhmmm,a bit on the intense side but;

maybe tell her: You have a beautiful smile. - Masz piękny uśmiech.

oddly enough the first Polish phrase I ever learnt was "you have beautifull eyes";

but how do I pronounce that properly? Or should I just say it in English?

in "english" Mash pyinkna oshey......

Oh gosh her smile.....help!

Woah,youve been hit by what the guys over the Brooklyn bridge (and in Godfather II) call the Thunderbolt....Yay,its great isnt it :)
OP osirion 1 | 34
23 Jun 2008 #19
sigh..the wait really sucks. I think she only works once a week.

Mash pyinkna oshey....you have beautiful eyes?

sweet.

:D

OK...I hope she's working today...wish me luck people...sigh...here goes nothing...
ama 1 | 3
25 Jun 2008 #20
good luck. i am asian and am in a relationship with somebody polish, so it definitely does happen.
OP osirion 1 | 34
25 Jun 2008 #21
I think it's easier for a Polish guy to ask out an Asian than for an Asian guy to ask out a Polish girl.

But thanks for the encouragement!
dnz 17 | 710
25 Jun 2008 #22
Wouldnt count on it dude! sorry :( It shouldn't matter where you come from but in Poland it does,
OP osirion 1 | 34
25 Jun 2008 #23
I'm in Brooklyn, NY.

but thanks.

Hesitation returns....
dnz 17 | 710
25 Jun 2008 #24
O in that case good luck dude! I know its hard for foreigners to get on well with Polish girls in Poland but in your case try your best Be a gent and see what happens :D
sausage 19 | 777
25 Jun 2008 #25
Good luck, do they sell Polish products in the deli?
OP osirion 1 | 34
25 Jun 2008 #26
man it's been years since i've felt this nervous. might as well get it over with.

sausage - yes they do. i think all of it is polish. not the usual brooklyn bodega.
sausage 19 | 777
25 Jun 2008 #27
i think all of it is polish

Even the staff. Now that's what I call authentic...
OP osirion 1 | 34
25 Jun 2008 #28
nobody on this forum seems to have heard of Greenpoint. it's pretty authentic.
sausage 19 | 777
25 Jun 2008 #29
nobody on this forum seems to have heard of Greenpoint

Quite a lot of UK folk on here, maybe more USA folk at different times of day
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554
26 Jun 2008 #30
nobody on this forum seems to have heard of Greenpoint

We have a few people from NY-NJ here and most have heard of greenpoint. I don't see what your trouble is. Just ask her out. What's the worst she can say? "No, I don't like Asians"? Then she isn't worth it anyway. You're from NY...gotta be a mover...no time for soap operas :)


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