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Do Polish couples live together without being married?


master 17 | 22
16 Apr 2010  #1
Do polish couples live together in Poland before marriage?
Torq 26 | 2,371
16 Apr 2010  #2
Some of them do, some of them don't.

*sorry for stealing your line, Seanus*
pgtx 29 | 3,159
16 Apr 2010  #3
yes... plus her or his parents, grandparents and sibilings... in one apartment, aprox. 50 sq ft...

and then, if both of them survive this situation, Poles get married...

real school of life...
Arien 3 | 721
16 Apr 2010  #4
Yes dad, ouch! No dad, ouch! Sure dad, ouch! What?! Ouch!
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
17 Apr 2010  #5
Do polish couples live together in Poland before marriage?

No they don't, they live in separate apartments until every family member has been introduced to the other family members in the other family (even those living in the USA, Kazakhstan etc) then they wear black clothing and meet each other a last time before the wedding (similar to what you would call "date") but it's all very sad, we Poles are very sad people, just look at the Smolensk tragedy, we can mourn in a week!

Then when marriage is done we all eat each other!
pgtx 29 | 3,159
17 Apr 2010  #6
hehe...

Do Polish couples live together without being married?

on a serious note... yes, couples live together if their financial situation allows it...
if not, even after getting married, they have to suck it up and deal with the family...
z_darius 14 | 3,969
17 Apr 2010  #7
Some of them do, some of them don't.

*sorry for stealing your line, Seanus*

It's actually plk123's line.
Torq 26 | 2,371
17 Apr 2010  #8
Oh, is it? My apologies to plk123 then.
plk123 8 | 4,150
17 Apr 2010  #9
lol.. no worries.. i have not copy written it as of yet. :D
Seanus 15 | 19,706
17 Apr 2010  #10
That's ok, Torqy :) If it works, please use it as much as possible. Unlike the main man in America, plk123, I have copyrighted it and actively encourage its use.

Cohabitation is relatively common, I'd guess. Konkubinat or sth like that in Polish.
anton888 - | 82
17 Apr 2010  #11
Even those do live together, they are just like friend, sleeping in separate room. Why you are asking this? Poland is devoted Catholic country, nothing can change that, and how can you expect Poles to break rules?
Velund 1 | 391
17 Apr 2010  #12
real school of life...

Looks very similar to Russians in Moscow, ;)
OP master 17 | 22
18 Apr 2010  #13
what rules does everyone have to follow like sheep this is 21st centry things have to change cannot live in the dark ages
convex 20 | 3,978
18 Apr 2010  #14
Poland is devoted Catholic country

I guess in the same way that the other rules are broken.
pawian 159 | 9,497
17 Feb 2013  #15
Do polish couples live together in Poland before marriage?

In 2013? Yes, some do. Why?
Warszawette - | 128
17 Feb 2013  #16
In fact, very few Poles do and they can be met only among the educated "nouveaux riches" or artists.
I know that Polish women have the lowest rate in taking oral contraception in all UE (cf UE sources) and I would not be surprised to find out that Polish non married couples also have the lowest rate in UE (together with countries like Italy..).
alex67 1 | 14
17 Feb 2013  #17
I guess in the same way that the other rules are broken.

Absolutely

what rules does everyone have to follow like sheep this is 21st centry things have to change cannot live in the dark ages

And things will change.....
grubas 12 | 1,391
17 Feb 2013  #18
Even those do live together, they are just like friend, sleeping in separate room

In fact, very few Poles do and they can be met only among the educated "nouveaux riches" or artists.

Why do you "westerners" always have to display how ignorant you are?


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