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How do Polish boys feel about foreign girls?


sweetlover - | 1    
19 Feb 2010  #91
No. The person can be from Poland, England, Sweden, USA, Spain etc... love is still love.

I strongly agree...Peace!
childwithin 8 | 136    
  22 Feb 2010  #92
How do Polish boys feel about foreign girls?

the're hotties and they seem to care about, one of them is going to visit me straight from holland, even though i don't know her at all

dutch women rule
Dudeski - | 25    
22 Feb 2010  #93
It's difficult to say. All my life I've been dating Polish girls only.
My brother, however, is dating English woman, and I have to admit that I'm not her biggest fan (to make things even funnier she openly admits that most of English men are hopeless).

Celtic girls are of my taste. They have more grace and they're less likely to grow fat in their 30's :-].
clerynka - | 45    
22 Feb 2010  #94
Celtic girls are of my taste. They have more grace and they're less likely to grow fat in their 30's :-].

Charming! I bet the girls are falling at your feet ;P lol
I think someone said this, but race/creed really shouldnt be a problem. I know you will always get people who stick to relationships with people of their own nationality, but hey, mix the genes up!
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
22 Feb 2010  #95
to make things even funnier she openly admits that most of English men are hopeless

Then she's pretty stupid, because most English men are very capable...

Celtic girls are of my taste. They have more grace and they're less likely to grow fat in their 30's

Yes, those Celtic princesses in Glasgow, they radiate charm and grace on a Saturday night whilst wearing clothes 2 times too small ;0) and thats in their 20s, at least we have the good grace to wait another 10 years!

Sweetie, I'm trying to understand your pain, your brother pulled an hot English girl and you have only had knockbacks..my advice is to give up....go back to what you know..
Bexter - | 8    
23 Feb 2010  #96
We have much more in mind than that polish girls who just want to get married n stay home taking care of a dozen of kids.

What is wrong with staying home and taking care of a dozen children? That is a woman's job!
Seanus 15 | 19,741    
23 Feb 2010  #97
Are you sure you are a female, Bexter? Aren't you up to speed with the modern nuclear family dynamic?
Bexter - | 8    
23 Feb 2010  #98
Ha! Yes, I am a female. I know where my place is. I know what my job is. I would personally like to go back in time and slap the crap out of who ever came up with feminism and equal rights. I am all about a woman going out and furthering her education, but when it comes time to get married and have a family, a woman's job is to stay home and take care of her man and her children.

Maybe that is one of the big problems in this world. Everyone is too overly consumed with making money and have more more more. Seems to me, things were a hell of a lot better "back in the day" When women knew their place. In the kitchen.

(I know I will probably get a lot of crap from women for this, but deep down they know it is true)
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
23 Feb 2010  #99
What day are you talking about Bex? Both of my Grandma's worked, their mothers worked? I'd love to know what fluffy planet you live on, where all women stayed at home and baked and sewed all day and had warming slippers waiting for their man to come home with the smell of freshly baked bread wafting in the air!

Harsh reality Bex, most women have always worked, Its just now, women are competing for the same jobs as men (high profile jobs)...and its not about feminism its about education and progression - as for rights, do you think its wrong for women to get paid maternaty leave? Do you think its wrong that women have the right to go back to work part time if they chose after having children? You see Bex, non of this would have happened had women not campaigned for their rights...

Now you go back to watching whatever 1950s cr*p you enjoy "how life used to be" IN THE MOVIES!

This is not a bashing by the way, its a reality check for you - people can no longer afford to even pay the bills in the UK if they have a family and a single income - its not about consumerism - its about survival.
Wroclaw Boy    
23 Feb 2010  #100
This is not a bashing by the way, its a reality check for you - people can no longer afford to even pay the bills in the UK if they have a family and a single income - its not about consumerism - its about survival.

Depends on the situation. I expect the women to stay at home looking after the baby, i dont have a problem with nurseries and nannies but would prefer the wife to stay at home. In most cases they want to anyway at least for the first few years.

Two of my friends have recently had children and their wives are doing the same. I suppose if you need the cash to live comfortably then its a different story.
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
23 Feb 2010  #101
I suppose if you need the cash to live comfortably then its a different story.

Its not even about being comfortable - its about surving...you've got a little un..you know how expensive it is - add the baby costs on top of every day living (bills) and take away a salary? The figures dont add up do they?

In most cases they want to anyway at least for the first few years.

Most dont have the luxury - first 12 months if they're lucky, but flexible working hours offer part time working for mothers (in the UK), so its kind of the best of both worlds..most people I know use the grand parents for the days that they are working so its not like the child is being "palmed" off on to strangers..besides, its hardly worth going back part-time if you have to pay child minders costs.
Bexter - | 8    
23 Feb 2010  #102
Both of my Grandmothers stayed home and took care of the children, house and home. And trust me, they were not "well off". If need be, my Grandfathers would get a second job, or side work because they believed that it was a mans job to take care of his family and a woman's job to take care of the children. And honestly ... What man wouldn't want to come home after a hard day of work and have dinner ready for them at the table? Another thing, did you ever smell freshly baked bread <3 ... I would LOVE to have my home filled with that glorious aroma every day. It would be a lot healthier than eating store bought, bleached white bread. More cost effective too.

Harsh reality Bex, most women have always worked, Its just now, women are competing for the same jobs as men (high profile jobs)...

I have no problem with a woman educating herself. But like I said. Once a woman is a mother, that is her job. 100% Do men get paid maternity leave? If you want to talk about equal rights, should a father get paid to stay home with his child also? (I am joking btw) So no, I don't believe a mother should get paid for maternity leave, because I don't believe she should get paid to have a child, and I don't believe she should go back to work after having a child. And you are correct, none of this would have happened had women not campaigned for womens rights. Which is why I also said ...

I would personally like to go back in time and slap the crap out of who ever came up with feminism and equal rights.

People now a days are so infatuated with having bigger, better and more, they totally forgot about family. My Grandparents had less ... less money, smaller house, but they had family. A GREAT family structure. Their children were well behaved, their family was close knit. They ate dinner every night together.

Families today are more worried about having the bigger and better things in life, the faster car, the bigger house. Kids today, HA ... they are little jerks! No respect for anyone. Families hardly eat dinner together ... probably because Mommy is out competing to get a mans job, she is too concerned with that.

Now you go back to watching whatever 1950s cr*p you enjoy "how life used to be" IN THE MOVIES!

Life wasn't like that "in the movies". Maybe your Grandmothers should have stayed home and tended to the family. Maybe you wouldn't be so bitter about our roll in life and you would embrace it.

This is not a bashing by the way, its a reality check for you - people can no longer afford to even pay the bills in the UK if they have a family and a single income - its not about consumerism - its about survival.

I didn't take it as "bashing". I don't get offended easily. Well, you have fun at work today. I think I may go bake some bread.

"It is not about consumerism, it is about survival" ... Shoot, show me a working Mommy who can make dinner out of flour, eggs and potatoes, and make it taste amazing! ... THAT my friend is survival.
jeden - | 226    
23 Feb 2010  #103
Bravo Bexter! Women who stay at home are more sexy ;)
Dudeski - | 25    
23 Feb 2010  #104
I put stick into a hornet's nest :-]
That wasn't my intention, I just simply stated an obvious truth that English chicks tent to be fat (ok, not fat then, lets call it corpulent). And I prefer slim girls. End of the story. One day maybe I'll find slim and graceful English girl and then I'll post a rectification.
Bexter - | 8    
23 Feb 2010  #105
Goodluck!! :D Make sure she does the dishes too! hahaaa ... joking joking
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595    
  23 Feb 2010  #106
Pity things have become so difficult for polish men.

Difficult for Polish men?

I'm sure that > 95% of all Polish women marry Polish men.

On the Polish countryside I'd say that the number is > 99%.
Ogien 6 | 248    
24 Feb 2010  #107
Exiled, you make it sound like you're a pimp who specializes in offering Slavic girls.

Where's my Russian bride you promised me in another thread?
Exiled 2 | 425    
24 Feb 2010  #108
I don't offer any Slavic girls.What annoys them with me is that I state the truth and make them eat their panties.
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
24 Feb 2010  #109
One day maybe I'll find slim and graceful English girl and then I'll post a rectification.

Correction, there are plenty of slim pretty English girls, they are just out of your league, we have natural selection process, any chump lugging a rucksack on their back is ruled out as being a bit of a loser in a low job with no prospects.
Exiled 2 | 425    
25 Feb 2010  #110
Yes English girls cut your cough immediately as we use to say.But there are still some available if you search.
Wroclaw Boy    
25 Feb 2010  #111
any chump lugging a rucksack on their back is ruled out as being a bit of a loser in a low job with no prospects.

and thats why youre still single at 40, i wear a ruck sack most of the time. Most dudes that give it the large all the time dont have a pot to **** in.
Arien 3 | 722    
25 Feb 2010  #112
Correction, there are plenty of slim pretty English girls, they are just out of your league, we have natural selection process, any chump lugging a rucksack on their back is ruled out as being a bit of a loser in a low job with no prospects.

Cute. You really have an ego the size of Russia on your shoulders sometimes you know, but we all know the truth don't we? So please.. No offense, but most girls who sound like you can't ever find a boyfriend or a man who will satisfy them, simply because they have too many unrealistic demands.

;)
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
25 Feb 2010  #113
and thats why youre still single

Not single :D

No offense, but most girls who sound like you can't ever find a boyfriend or a man who will satisfy them

Found one and very happy with him (he really does satify my every need!)

Arien, Im not going to insult you, because I feel sorry for you.
Arien 3 | 722    
25 Feb 2010  #114
Found one and very happy with him (he really does satify my every need!)

In that case, I'm happy for you, but this doesn't change the fact that most girls who have high demands are the ones who stay single. It's just an observation.

Arien, Im not going to insult you, because I feel sorry for you.

I don't mind insults dear, because I've heard them all before. Oh, and don't feel sorry, because I've made up my mind about three years ago. I'm just having a laugh here, and I'm reasonably happy..

:)
clerynka - | 45    
25 Feb 2010  #115
this doesn't change the fact that most girls who have high demands are the ones who stay single. It's just an observation.

You're right.
And the ones who do get into a relationship tend to either scare/irritate/humiliate the man so much that he can't be bothered anymore. Or they take all his money ;D lol.

Either that or the men become doormats, as someone suggested in another thread.

Anyway, in the words of the Joker "why so serious?"
This forum shouldnt be about personal insults, play nicely kids!
Exiled 2 | 425    
25 Feb 2010  #116
The point for the women is to find the right balance.They think:if I am arrogant and do not respond,some wh0res will take all the boys.If I respond I may end with a second category guy who hits women first because he is single.To respond or to not respond?Here is the trap where men get into action.
Dudeski - | 25    
25 Feb 2010  #117
Respond or not respond? This is a question.

Respond. Yes always leads to something good ;-]
jeden - | 226    
25 Feb 2010  #118
Amathyst, you think :
1)that tipical polish man is bald, not educated, and not attractive, what is not true

2)that every polish man dream about date with english girl what is not true

3) that english women are so attractive what is not true

In Poland we say that there are more beautiful girls in polish supermarket than in english City.;)
Wroclaw Boy    
25 Feb 2010  #119
In Poland we say that there are more beautiful girls in polish supermarket than in english City.;)

NOT TRUE

Theyre all in England i havent seen any nice looking Polish gals in a supermarket for ages.
jeden - | 226    
25 Feb 2010  #120
where are you from??/

I meet all the time nice girls. In supermarket, on the streets, marketpace, even in Church ;)


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