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How do Polish boys feel about foreign girls?


TheOther 5 | 3,704    
25 Feb 2010  #121
I meet all the time nice girls. In supermarket, on the streets, marketpace, even in Church ;)

How high is your standard ... ? :)
jeden - | 226    
  25 Feb 2010  #122
rather high, in my city every year are a few thousands NEW girls
clerynka - | 45    
25 Feb 2010  #123
Really odd.

;P

Ah well, spose I should just accept it. Nothing wrong with being a little individual. :)
ANITA9 1 | 6    
25 Feb 2010  #124
I THINK POLISH MEN ARE HANDSOME AND HAVE GOOD HEART.
LIKE MY GRAND DAD, THE POPE JOHN PAUL II AND A BOYFRIEND THAT I HAD.
YOU CAN FIND IN ALL OF COUNTRIES PEOPLE POLITE AND UNPOLITE.
I CAN SAY IT 'COSE I HAVE TRAVEL FOR NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA AND EUROPE, I MET VERY POLITE CHINESSE AND OTHERS VERY RUDE.

THANK YOU
Seanus 15 | 19,741    
25 Feb 2010  #125
Wow, talk about generalisations.
Exiled 2 | 425    
25 Feb 2010  #126
LIKE MY GRAND DAD, THE POPE JOHN PAUL II AND A BOYFRIEND THAT I HAD.

Impressive combo.
Bexter - | 8    
26 Feb 2010  #127
There should be a "singles" thread. Maybe someone can find love here lol
Arien 3 | 722    
26 Feb 2010  #128
There should be a "singles" thread.

You could always start one yourself, if you feel the need..

:)
Wroclaw Boy    
  26 Feb 2010  #129
where are you from??/

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

England, living in Dolnoslaskie.

Theres been loads of comparing on here about Polish women being great looking etc.. I just dont agree, theres ugly women here the same as anywhere. For sure my head turns much more in the UK than Poland, much more variety back home. Polish gilrs really do not have nice behinds, theyre mostly flat and that annoys me.

Back to the more attractive gilrs in Polish supermarkets than English cities. I havent seen any for a while but then again its winter. I find in big cities the women are better looking go to somewhere like Kłodzko and its one more ugly than the next, very difficult to find attractive females in a place like that.
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
26 Feb 2010  #130
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

You evidently think a lot of your country men, I personally dont actually think about Polish men, why would I? Im in England and surrounded by fab English/Irish and Scotish men :D I merely amuse myself with stereotypes :D
Arien 3 | 722    
  26 Feb 2010  #131
I merely amuse myself with stereotypes :D

If you think stereotypes are amusing, then you shouldn't complain about someone else who uses the same stereotypes.

Scotish

And for ***** sake, buy a new keyboard.

:P

Yes, little sunshine I am today, so top o' the mornin' to ya!
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
  26 Feb 2010  #132
then you shouldn't complain about someone else who uses the same stereotypes.

I dont care Arien...people can say what they like...

And for ***** sake, buy a new keyboard.

Quite little keyboard warrior arent you...wouldnt say boo to a goose in real life!

In Poland we say that there are more beautiful girls in polish supermarket than in english City.;)

LOL..You lot really are class, so Poles talk all day about how dreadful English women are..how sad, but if makes you feel better then sobeit..That brings to mind the other stereotype, Poles are only happy when they are putting someone else down (confidence lacking me thinks)...Evidently not a stereotype.
Arien 3 | 722    
26 Feb 2010  #133
I dont care Arien...people can say what they like...

I agree, it's just that I like bickering with you.

Quite little keyboard warrior arent you...wouldnt say boo to a goose in real life!

That's because the goose didn't do anything wrong..

:)
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
26 Feb 2010  #134
I agree, it's just that I like bickering with you.

Personally.... i wish you wouldn't.
Exiled 2 | 425    
  26 Feb 2010  #135
There are more beautiful girls in polish supermarket than in entire Greece(just kidding)
That's why I often visit the polish supermarkets to check the prices.
Arien 3 | 722    
26 Feb 2010  #136
Personally.... i wish you wouldn't.

people can say what they like...

:)

There are more beautiful girls in polish supermarket than in entire Greece(just kidding)

I know you're kidding, but it could be true. I mean, Greece has a population of about 11 million people, and Poland has a population of nearly 40 million people.. (Which means more women!)

That's why I often visit the polish supermarkets to check the prices.

And? Is everything still affordable?

;)
Hiszpanka - | 8    
26 Feb 2010  #137
"How do Polish boys feel about foreign girls?"

I think they are very open-minded and have to problems getting involved with foreign girls.
Seanus 15 | 19,741    
26 Feb 2010  #138
I think that's generalistic crap! Some like foreign girls and most like Polish girls. In a nutshell, that's it!
Arien 3 | 722    
26 Feb 2010  #139
I'm nuts in a nutshell, but atleast I'm sensible enough to understand this.

;)
Seanus 15 | 19,741    
26 Feb 2010  #140
It's back to what you were saying the other day, Arien. People just need to keep it simple. There's no need to say more than the above.
Arien 3 | 722    
26 Feb 2010  #141
People just need to keep it simple.

Yes. Simple and honest. We don't have to pretend we're still living in the Victorian age, because that's the only reason some people are afraid to be honest. Why should we want to make everything so complicated?

We're all different, there's no shame in that. There's no need to generalise, and there certainly is no need to place the blame. (The famous pot and the kettle story.) I'm all for etiquette and friendliness, and I've always liked watching discussions between people who are able to make their point and bring everything with a certain flair..

But on the other hand, I think we all need to vent sometimes, and I know I'm not unique! It would be nice if that wouldn't be taken too seriously all the time. Just because I'm mad about something, doesn't mean I'll be mad for eighty years. When I insult someone, it doesn't mean I can't say sorry, or admit that I was wrong.

Forgive and forget. Live and let live. Boys will be boys, and girls will be girls. Variety is the spice of life. Simplicity is the key.

I like these kind of phrases. People should keep in mind we all make mistakes, and that we all learn from our mistakes, if only we could admit this without recieving such a harsh treatment for admitting those. I mean, isn't that a sign of honesty then? I think it's a pity how harsh some people judge others, because if we wouldn't it would really make a difference.

:)
Seanus 15 | 19,741    
26 Feb 2010  #142
Absolutely spot on! You are old school Dutch. I get the impression that more and more Dutch are moving away from such values. If you don't have standards to live by, why live?
Wroclaw Boy    
26 Feb 2010  #143
People should keep in mind we all make mistakes, and that we all learn from our mistakes, if only we could admit this without recieving such a harsh treatment for admitting those.

Thats flawed all the apologies and confessions in the world arent goping to make up for certain behaviour. I believe if somebody is capable of a certain act, that is in them and nothing can change that.
Arien 3 | 722    
  26 Feb 2010  #144
Thats flawed all the apologies and confessions in the world arent goping to make up for certain behaviour.

I would agree with you if we were talking about murder, physical abuse, domestic violence and rape.

I believe if somebody is capable of a certain act, that is in them and nothing can change that.

I don't think it's a complete mystery to most adults that almost everyone has the potential to do some damage under certain circumstances. I could understand a person who steals out of hunger. I could understand a person who protects him or herself. I could understand a prostitute who has mouths to feed.

I don't understand why some people get socially stigmatized for a few screw ups that most of us made, or could've made under the same circumstances. Things like losing your job, losing your partner, cheating, lying, or even punching the dickhead who keeps insulting you for no good reason. I guess that's what I mean.

:)
Wambrita 1 | 3    
2 Mar 2010  #145
All comments are welcome!!

I'm south american middle 20's and catholic girl...euro/american licentiousness is new for me!!

I met a polish guy (late 20's) at a church single's activity...the thing is that we barely had a conversation that day, we just danced like 10 min....though he managed to get my number. After a while he called me and we started "dating"...

1 date. Just some coffee and conversation
2. We went dancing....some drinks, kisses...but nothing else...he proposed me to have sex with him that night...but hey it was just the 2 date....I didn't know him...To fast for me (I was the type of girl who first has an official boyfriend and then thinks about that...south american way)

3. We went to the movie theater....again he proposed the same thing...I had to travel, and also it was to fast...so no way...He told me we were just friends, I agreed with that...

4. We went to a party....this time he got away with it...so we went to his place and had a great time...(no "wanna be my girl" proposal)...his status changed from friend to "friend".

5. Another party with his and my friends...but this time I was kinda confused....I don't know if this is the polish way to be or what...remember he told me we were just friends...ok...so I was dancing and random good looking guys wouldn't stop asking me to dance with them (don't want to be conceited but I'm pretty) ...I knew they wanted me so bad....but I was with my polish "friend", so I respected that fact...The thing is that he was so dumb....because he didn't do anything to stop those guys...I mean....the guys knew I was with him, because I told them, but he didn't do anything...So after 6 guys trying to dance with me, I thougt: Hey this polish guy just wants to be my "friend"....so I will dance with this other guy....So I danced with him, because I wanted to see if my polish "friend" did something about it (like Latins...they rescue their girl) but he just kinda got mad...and said "she is a grownup woman, she can take care of herself"...After that we headed to his place and well...had fun...

The point is that I don't know how polish guys behave....I never called him, he always calls me and invites me to places, buys the drinks and all the stuff that boyfriends do....but seems he is not thinking about proposing something else to me.....is this a normal polish behavior?? He is so loving and cares so much about me when we are at his place...or together...without his or my friends....I like him and would love to be more affectionate with him....but since we are just "friends" (which I cant understand well yet) that's not gonna happen...I'm thinking if I did well or not sending him a message wishing a good week...I don't want to pressure him either, not my style (my style is the guy asking, not the other way).

I'm not gonna be waiting for so long...there are more guys waiting for me that I've denied to date with because I was giving preference to the polish....Do you think this guy is worth it, I even managed to learn some polish words and stuff about your culture (there's nothing about dating polish guys)....I met him in a church event, but even though sometimes I think he must be dating other girls and having sex with them because of the early proposals he made on the 2 and 3 date maybe he does that all the time...and here in U.S is really easy to find a girl that will do it (I don't like to do that...I like to be with one guy and take my time...this was the exception...cultural shock...hehehe) and that maybe I'm just another in his list (of course that isn't worth it for me!!)....I'm confused so If you polish guys can say how do you behave with not polish girls, if you are always so reserved, how this "friends" thing works, and if you just think on going to bed...I will appreciate that :)
Matowy - | 296    
2 Mar 2010  #146
Unfortunately, there is no national code of behaviour that everyone adheres to. How he acts is entirely up to him, and nobody can read his mind simply because they're the same nationality.

Now, realistically... he may just find you attractive, and only want you for sex. I do not know either of you, but from the description you gave above, it does sound like he is only interested in sex (like a lot of males are).
skysoulmate 14 | 1,296    
  6 Mar 2010  #147
Wambrita - you welcomed all comments but you probably won't like mine... :(

Did you really "RESPECT the fact" you were there with your Polish friend?

When another guy asked you to dance with him you could've turned toward your friend and said "is that OK with you?" That's what I'd have done if a lady wanted to dance with me while I was there with another woman. Of course, I'd probably say, "sorry, I'm here with my friend but thank you so much for asking." That wouldn't imply she owns me or that I'm obligated to ask for her permission. Instead it'd imply I'm polite and respect her being there with me.

You know, I have tons of South American friends, men and women. Argentinian, Brazilian, Peruvian, etc. Non of them would do what you call "like Latins...they rescue their girl" - that's not rescuing a girl, that's being possessive. Machismo gone amok.

Respecting a friend whether male or female means you trust his or her judgment. Don't expect a guy to get into a fight with other guys "to rescue you" just to make you feel wanted - that's just silly and sounds like something a caveman would do.

If you went out with your friend the nice thing to do would be to spend the time with him. If you you wanted to dance with someone else - sure go for it but don't expect him to become a testosterone moron, hopefully we men have progressed past the stone age.

I don't mean to sound demeaning, I really don't but it's almost like you have an attention addiction? Let your man be a MAN - and not a CAVE MAN...

Just my take on it since you said...

All comments are welcome!!

Either way, I wish you both the best...
Wambrita 1 | 3    
11 Mar 2010  #148
Thanks skysoulmate.....your answer was the best!!! Good job :)....so seems that the other post I read about polish guys (that are mean, machos and beat girls.....not sure if it was here though) It's not true!!! :) that's great!!! well maybe there are exceptions like everywhere....Thanks for that answer :).....I know each individual is unique...but.....do u think there are more people that think like you???.....hehehe.....Take care!
skysoulmate 14 | 1,296    
  12 Mar 2010  #149
Well, you're welcome and thanks for accepting my reply even though I was pretty frank and direct...

I believe there is no such thing as "typical" Polish behavior - there might be "Polish looks", "Polish accent", etc. but other than that we're all different individuals.

In my view, the reason women always want to communicate and men always try to run away from it (I'm generalizing here) is because we really do speak different languages. A woman might think she's very clear on what's important to her but all we "hear" is a bunch of innuendos, tons of thoughts, many ideas, abundant amount of feelings, etc. It might as well have been hieroglyphs painted on our foreheads. Many men are logical by nature and feelings are NOT logical. Having a "technical" profession as I do only "heightens" the dose of logic in a relationship.

I had to see bunch of shrinks to realize what all the "signs" and "hidden messages" my ex-wife tried to share with me. I'm sad I didn't get it earlier and heartbroken that our marriage fell apart but we really do come from different planets, maybe even galaxies... All I and frankly all of us can do is to learn from our mistakes and hope for a brighter future.

So when in doubt - use plain English (Polish, Dutch, German, etc.) and don't move on to the next subject until you're 100% sure you're both on the same wavelength...

Strong tailwinds in your pursuit of happiness. :)
Darun 1 | 55    
12 Mar 2010  #150
I don't think there's a rule at all, not even a "most of the times". I have friends with polish fiancees, either men or women. It all comes down to chemistry and love.


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