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What differences is there among Polish girls and British girls as girlfriends?


Ironside 51 | 11,510
23 Aug 2012 #31
I've never heard so much shite in all my life.

You should record yourself then.
kaz200972 2 | 229
24 Aug 2012 #32
Tommy, I don't know. kaz seems quite critical of Polish women, but this doesn't necessarily mean she's British (or Polish either...)

British by birth but grandparents and one parent were immigrants.
Prior to returning to my present work, i worked with many Poles as an engineer (technician would be a better description despite fancy job title).

I did have a long relationship with a Polish man which didn't work out, the man's( from his previous marriage) son remained with me when the relationship finished

I have visited Poland but not lived there, I suppose most of my knowledge comes from Polish immigrants. I don't mean suggest that Polish women are inferior or bad people but maybe redress the viewpoint that Polish women are some sort of 'gift from God' which seems prevalent on the forum,also suggestions that all other nationalities are somehow not as good. Probably a pointless task, as being a Polish forum it's natural many people will think Polish women as particularly nice.

Some of the Polish women I know are great, most I found to be hardworking but I was taken aback by the lack of solidarity they showed towards their fellow females and the way they viewed men and the necessity to have one!?? I was often surprised by the way they spoke about how they could manipulate men and how they 'pinched each others' blokes or cheated with them, I was also quite shocked by the way they would allow the men to drink in front of the kids and accept the levels of drink.I also found that many were not interested in many things other than clothes, make up and men, sometimes alcohol. I didn't find that much difference in Poland, some of the women seemed more interested in the world outside but i didn't meet many. My personal opinion is that this has probably occurred because women in Poland are still badly paid and reliant on men economically, the education system has huge flaws and 'thinking for your self is not really encouraged. possibly this is a hang over from the communist era.

That said, you can find all of these less desirable qualities in British women too, regrettably I think more and more British women are looking for the wrong things in life too ( wags, celebs etc...) I also think the British education system is in bad shape these days. No, one race of women, is God given we all have our strong and weak points.

On a totally unrelated note... a lot of British girls are missing out to Polish girls, losing their bfs etc... can cause some resentment.

British men are more likely to go out with Black or Asian girls than Polish ones, so I really doubt this is true and there are plenty of Black, Asian and Polish men who date British women so it redresses this!
TommyG 1 | 361
24 Aug 2012 #33
British men are more likely to go out with Black or Asian girls than Polish ones

Wrong! Who made you an expert on British men? As a British man myself, I can honestly say I've dated (and even lived with) Polish women. But never a black or Asian women. And before anyone accuses me of being racist - The reason why, is that my town hosts a large Polish community. Very few ethnic minorites live here, despite being located relatively close to Birmingham. If I moved to Japan I'd date their women too:)

there are plenty of Black, Asian and Polish men who date British women so it redresses this!

I don't understand why you keep talking about ethnic minorities....

I thought that you might retract some of your negative remarks about Polish women, but no. Another paragraph of b*tchy comments later just proves you obviously have a problem to Polish women.

Who hurt you (emotionally)...

I did have a long relationship with a Polish man which didn't work out

- What a suprise!
So because one Polish guy dumped you, you have decided to take it out by slagging off all Polish women. How pathetic!
f stop 25 | 2,513
24 Aug 2012 #34
I think Polish girls are more focused on their goals. And their goals usually go beyond having a good time.
I know that is a terrible generalization, so here is more. Because of these goals, Polish women are perceived as harder to 'get', therefore, more desirable.
Meathead 5 | 470
24 Aug 2012 #35
I don't mean suggest that Polish women are inferior or bad people

Of course not, we're talking cultural differences here not individual differences. And there are cultural differences. Polish women aren't bad or good, same for the English. But a lot of posts on here are about how attractive Polish women are, but it's from an Englishmen's viewpoint. Apparently they find Polish women attractive, my guess due to their personalities which is opposite to an Englishwoman. In the States it's the other way around.
nex - | 3
24 Aug 2012 #36
Wow, so much trolling in this thread. I've known many Polish/British ladies and I just don't think that everyone who posted in this thread can say the same. The prejudices that some have against Polish ladies are not based on anything remotely connected to reality. I will not generalize but some of the least respectable ladies I've known are British and some of the most respectable are Polish. And once again - not generalizing, it's only my personal experience. I have met many ladies from Ukraine, Russia, Romania, Hungary etc. who were in "those" kind of businesses abroad. But not a single Polish lady. Yes, of course they exist, as they do in every country. But the prejudice that Polish ladies are easy is as far from the truth as possible. It's like saying that Americans are the slimmest nation on the planet.
MoOli 9 | 480
24 Aug 2012 #37
I'm sorry if I offended you. But, I'm fed up with British racists writing crap about Polish people

Dude you should hear there rants in Brit parties!
kaz200972 2 | 229
24 Aug 2012 #38
Wow, so much trolling in this thread.

I don't think anyone is trolling, we all have different life experiences and experiences of other races. These kind of discussions are very subjective and consequently can be very heated, we all tend to defend our own if we feel we are being attacked! I also think that what men admire in women is very different from what women admire in women and vice versa.

Having come from a long line of early widows and been widowed early myself I do place a great deal of emphasis on independence being an essential quality in women, it's just circumstances ( and a couple of silly mistakes of my own) that shape my views, if i had been brought up in Poland or maybe in a family with more male influence i may have seen things very differently.
Avalon 4 | 1,068
24 Aug 2012 #39
I do however get annoyed with anyone who gets drunk in front of or around children, I don't think anyone should accept this whatever their nationality.

Then, do not ever go to a Polish wedding, name day party, child's confirmation or BBQ. You definitely, will get annoyed.
gowno prawda
9 Oct 2012 #40
To pierdole! That's great.

1) Fact is that Polish girls cop a slagging just because they are prettier than the other ******* on the plant!

2) I should know, I am married with two kids a real stunner with a good mind and no nonsense attitude.
...
TommyG 1 | 361
10 Oct 2012 #41
Not sure your wife would appreciate being callled a ***** but your right that certain women are ******* when they face stiffer competition. You can see the envy even here on PFs:)
Deadfish
21 Oct 2012 #42
I am English and have had many girlfriends over the years. I have been with my current (Polka) for 7 yrs now and I can confidently say that Polish women are the best.
Ant63 13 | 410
21 Oct 2012 #43
Women are pretty much the same everywhere you go in my experience.

The Polish girls tend to criticise the English girls for being porkers, justifiably in most cases. What you do tend to find in the UK is that there is a high propensity of fatties in low income areas, which is of course is where the Polish tend to congregate so there opinion is clouded.

Polish girls are very good at make up and can make a silk purse out of pigs ear, with little effort. The English ones on the other hand treat it like they are still wearing wode.
SMP 2 | 10
22 Oct 2012 #44
Why do some people think Polish are better?

I am in a relationship with a polish girl after having been with an english girl.

Things started amazing with the polish girl, she is beautiful, we did everything for each other ... but now our relationship is in tatters. Her moods swings are killer and she seems in constant conflict with herself about what she wants in life. She is torn between her love for me and then her desire to be free. Just a sip of alcohol turns her feelings against me everytime and leads to massive arguments.

My previous relationship with the english girl was calm and consistent.

Conclusion: If you want an emotional but fiery relationship then choose a polish girl. If you want a laid back life then stick to english.
BostonBill
22 Oct 2012 #45
The Polish girls tend to criticise the English girls for being porkers, justifiably in most cases

On the whole Polish women tend to be thinner than English ones but the Polish women really starve themselves, you see them in restaurants eating nothing!!!!

There are more Polish fatties these days but suppose that goes for all nationalities!

Polish girls are very good at make up

Nah they put it on with a JCB!! but English girls don't wear it often enough!
English girls are too independent and don't really care much about blokes.
Polish girls are much better at looking after their blokes but get boring cos they don't have many interests!
Not much to choose between the two, just different good and bad points.
If you want some real class get an Asian girl, beautiful, intelligent and real ladies (not easy either).
Got to be said though, Poland is a really beautiful country, beats Boston ( Lincs) any day!!!!
Undecided 1 | 11
30 Oct 2012 #46
If you want someone relaxed and easy going go British. If you want someone who is beautiful on the outside but ugly on the inside go Polish. If you can find a beautiful chilled out Polish girl you have a winner. Also if you're ugly as sin and poor as hell, I can almost guarantee you will find a stunning girlfriend in Poland.
ilmc 4 | 136
31 Oct 2012 #47
well one of them speaks english, the other speaks polish... different accent... and there you have it. Every girl you ever have as a girlfriend will be different from the last geeze why do people keep asking this rediculousness
Englishman 2 | 278
31 Oct 2012 #48
This is a rather crude difference and could be unfair...

I heard that many Polish girls keep the hair in a certain place, where most English ones remove it...
pgtx 30 | 3,156
31 Oct 2012 #49
I heard

that's how stereotypes are born.
ilmc 4 | 136
31 Oct 2012 #50
I heard that many Polish girls keep the hair in a certain place, where most English ones remove it...

oh well this is really something that needs to be considered when choosing someone as your girlfriend ... ugh i think i hate men
palanzo2000 - | 2
31 Oct 2012 #51
I like Polish women......I also like British too...and French, Japanese, Swedish, German, Italian, Spanish, Irish.

In fact I like pretty much all nationalities....except those bloody Eskimo's they're so smug.

:)
ilmc 4 | 136
31 Oct 2012 #52
hey i know some eskimos they are good people
Englishman 2 | 278
31 Oct 2012 #53
@ ilmc, you've got to admit, smooth is preferable for certain activities (which women like receiving almost as much as man enjoy giving...)
ilmc 4 | 136
31 Oct 2012 #54
no some men don't prefer their women to look like pre pubesent teenage girls
Englishman 2 | 278
31 Oct 2012 #55
I don't buy the idea that man liking women to be smooth down below are secretly into pre-pubescent girls. On the contrary, they like it because it's more beautiful, and more intimate.
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #56
oh well this is really something that needs to be considered when choosing someone as your girlfriend ... ugh i think i hate men

It's not only about pleasing men... it's also about personal hygiene.
ilmc 4 | 136
31 Oct 2012 #57
it's also about personal hygiene

there is a difference between trimmed and shaved bald ... and soap and water go a long way you dont have to shave to be hygenic you have to wash yourself

and more beautiful and intimate... really englishman... shaving puts a woman at higher risk for infections in the skin causinig rashes ... yes beautiful i know.

it also removes the hair that protects the vagina from organism that cause internal infections...
jon357 69 | 18,424
31 Oct 2012 #58
it also removes the hair that protects the vagina from organism that cause internal infections...

And which keeps it cool in hot weather.
ilmc 4 | 136
31 Oct 2012 #59
lol yes... and warm in cool weather...
like a down comforter
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #60
there is a difference between trimmed and shaved bald ... and soap and water go a long way you dont have to shave to be hygenic you have to wash yourself

Who said anything about shaving? I'm talking about wax. Never had problems wish rashes or infections.

Why would I trim it? I like how smooth my skin is when it's waxed. Sex is better, and I feel a lot cleaner.

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