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How could I change her opinion about me?


SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
3 Apr 2010  #31
how many of these creatures can act the same way.

Does the same thing happen for you only with Polish girls?

Maybe you seem to be too interested, so the whole situation feels exaggerated. A big common mistake. There must be a balance.

Even when I called her he just said me: Pierdol się! (F*ck off!).

There is nothing more you can do.

If someone really says she doesn't want any contact with you, it must be accepted. Or else it's a pathological behavior.
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 Apr 2010  #32
The absolute complete silence is the one thing I saw in common with the Polish girls, something other girls haven't done as much as the Polish ones, for sure. But of course it's in common with all women, they solve problems with silence, not by talking. Interesting concept I didn't quite grasp yet. lol.
frd 7 | 1,399
3 Apr 2010  #33
But of course it's in common with all women,

I noticed that it changes with age, younger girls tend to "hope" you're gonna deduce what is actually wrong. After age of around 25 ( may vary ) the idea of conversation about the problem starts to kick in ; )
nomaderol 5 | 726
3 Apr 2010  #34
they solve problems with silence, not by talking.

No, they solve nothing. They are kept (usually forcefully) silent (usually) by males.

Look at this proverb (unknown origin, but, certainly a product of male logic)
"In life, you are taught to speak and then you are taught not to speak."
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 Apr 2010  #35
oh i think they are fine deciding by themselves to be silent. This last Polish girl I knew, I was meeting her once and she was laughing that she would ignore me one day. And she also said another time while laughing, that she was always the one who ignored the guy first, and she looked so pleased with herself. She was kind of at that 'up herself' attitude sometimes. I told her she is nothing special.
Alx123 - | 180
3 Apr 2010  #36
The absolute complete silence is the one thing I saw in common with the Polish girls, something other girls haven't done as much as the Polish ones, for sure.

That's very true. Girls in Poland generally prefer to give the silent treatment then take responsibilty for their decisions. Call it lack of spine, courtesy or respect for men or whatever. Western women are more likely to be straight with you and let you get on with your life. Let's say you meet a girl in a bar, get her number, text her later and for whatever reason she changes her mind about seeing you. A western girl is more likely to text you back, e.g. "I'm sorry it's was nice meeting you, but I was a little drunk last night and I have a bfr". Polkas would rather not reply or just let their phone ring and ring, frustrating the hell out of the horny foreign guy. ahhh...
nomaderol 5 | 726
3 Apr 2010  #37
she was always the one who ignored the guy first, and she looked so pleased with herself. Stuck up b*tch. I told her she is nothing special.

When expectations such as "ah, easy polish girl, my little money is enough for this beautiful" go beyond the limit, your angryness such as "stuck up b*tch" will make her silent. It is not a Polish female thing. A general false approaches of male world toward female world. Lack of understanding females in male minds.

Ps: I too experienced a similar stiuation with a Polish girl. But, I am not victim of her, but, victim of male world. So, we males need to educate each others first. What do these female want?
Alx123 - | 180
3 Apr 2010  #38
When expectations such as "ah, easy polish girl, my little money is enough for this beautiful" go beyond the limit, your angryness such as "stuck up b*tch" will make her silent.

Yes, those expectations definitely compound the feeling of frustration and anger. It's amazing what a simple Polish village girl can do to western guy's ego. :)
pgtx 29 | 3,160
3 Apr 2010  #39
It's amazing what a simple Polish village girl can do to western guy's ego. :)

don't belittle somebody, only because YOU couldn't succeed...
Nika 2 | 507
3 Apr 2010  #40
pgtx, be gentle with him - it's Easter time ;)

Edit: plus he's half or something Greek - you see what I mean.
Alx123 - | 180
3 Apr 2010  #41
don't belittle somebody, only because YOU couldn't succeed..

Dear pgtx, I was actually making fun of myself and other western guys who have shared the same experience if they care to be honest.
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 Apr 2010  #42
i never said shut up b*tch or something to her, i was only ever nice
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,445
3 Apr 2010  #43
well, silence means NO, whether is it with a girl/business partner or anybody for that matter and comes from all walks of life and cultures.

I take is always as a NO and I honestly think that if somebody has no guts to tell me things straight, then I don't have the time to deal with them. simple and saves a LOT of time and frustration.

First time shame on him/her, second time shame on you.
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 Apr 2010  #44
I have other options now, but having experienced this with a few now, I just laugh at them, I don't feel bad. I suppose I just have to learn not to be too nice and just treat people how they treat me in future, without feeling bad about it.
nomaderol 5 | 726
3 Apr 2010  #45
you didnt say "shut up, b*tch"? but, you said "she is nothing special" to her. it is worse than saying "shut up b*tch."

ps: if she is 'real' feminist, just stay away, it is like cancer thing that is cureless. are you doing researches for cure of cancer? money is useless..
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 Apr 2010  #46
i said that actually by e-mail recently, after i gave her some weeks to get back to me
pgtx 29 | 3,160
3 Apr 2010  #47
Barr_2009

i'm glad you "let it all out" here and it makes you feel "better".. but you showed us you got no class whatsoever....
nomaderol 5 | 726
3 Apr 2010  #48
you gave her time? oh my god.. mistake over mistake.
Seanus 15 | 19,716
3 Apr 2010  #49
Mistake after mistake ;) You were saying sth about mistakes, nomad? ;)

It's a lost cause trying to salvage some relationships.
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 Apr 2010  #50
There's only so much you can take before you have to tell a person you don't like how they are acting. And I'm not letting it all out here, simply responding to people
Seanus 15 | 19,716
3 Apr 2010  #51
Don't forget the tendency towards selfishness in some. You maybe did nothing wrong but don't worry about it.
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 Apr 2010  #52
oh btw i never said to her 'shut up b*tch'. Basically she acted like she thought she was so special, so I told her she was not.
nomaderol 5 | 726
3 Apr 2010  #53
silence means NO

It is not no for this nomad. I can hear heart beat better in silence.
It is a matter of taste, but, unfortunately, things have gone beyond the taste.
pgtx 29 | 3,160
3 Apr 2010  #54
Basically she acted like she thought she was so special, so I told her she was not.

your pride makes you do stupid things...
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
3 Apr 2010  #55
she was once asking what I thought to her and asking if I want to kiss her, we did then kiss. Then she just changed...

Many, perhaps most women, especially young women 'test' the waters and getting some guy to show interest in them is a goal in itself. I've seen that scenario replayed in bars often enough. One woman will send out signals and then when the bait is taken the unaware male in question is summarily dismissed. Women reassure themselves that they can attract men and that's victory enough for them.............while they wait for a top 10% good looking, wealthy alpha male who 'deserves' them. Usually these kinds of women end up spinsters living with cats while bashing all men because none of them caved in to their petty game-playing.
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 Apr 2010  #56
It's interesting you said that, I suppose that caused my logic of then, at a later date, bringing her opinion of herself down by telling her she was not special. Also about the spinster analysis, this I can relate to the girl I speak of. She said to me she's a princess and picky, and about marriage she was saying she doesn't mind if she stays alone forever, and that it's quite possible. She only wants the best, and I wondered which men will see her as the best actually!
pgtx 29 | 3,160
3 Apr 2010  #57
She only wants the best, and I wondered which men will see her as the best actually!

każda zmora znajdzie swojego amatora... you too...
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
3 Apr 2010  #59
She said to me she's a princess and picky,

That is a major red flag. When a woman talks like that she should immediately be dismissed from your circle of acquaintances.

The last time a woman told me she was a "goddess", I just turned around and walked away from her. She was probably too stupid to figure it out.

The ultimate disgusting self expression of female "empowerment" is the "Vagina Monologues". Usually, 80% of the audience is female and the men who allowed themselves to be dragged to this exhibition of vulgar narcissism are manginas. (If a play called the "Penis Monologues" were put into production, that play based on gender alone would be considered disgusting and sexist but that's the skewed society we live in now.).
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,445
3 Apr 2010  #60
każda zmora znajdzie swojego amatora... you too...

I say lol, those threads are giving me ulcers lol


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