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English Men vs Polish Men


SerbinaVonTeese - | 8    
29 Jun 2010  #121
I see you have the wild highlander instincts.

In those 2 private massages you sent me, I don't remember that I told you that I am highlender. I'm not.

Is my name full username making you nervous? :)
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
29 Jun 2010  #122
I don't send massages, I only do them ;) ;) ;)
Ogien 6 | 248    
7 Jul 2010  #123
One thing is for sure, any nationality has better teeth than Englishmen. :-)
wildrover 98 | 4,457    
7 Jul 2010  #124
Perhaps we English should learn to smile with our mouths closed...like this handsome Polish guy...?



Ogien 6 | 248    
7 Jul 2010  #125
Perhaps we English should learn to smile with our mouths closed

That would be an idea. I would suggest getting some better dental care though.
poland_    
7 Jul 2010  #126
My English boyfriend was a multi-millionaire - and he still never paid for me, not even a cup of coffee, in 7 years of a relationship.

English men are notoriously mean with money.

I find this very hard to believe I am british and have many british friends/colleagues in both the UK/Poland, not one of the people I know would ever ask a woman to pay when inviting them out or going on a date.
Ogien 6 | 248    
7 Jul 2010  #127
Are you really that dumb? Obviously she was lying/trolling.
poland_    
9 Jul 2010  #128
No I just expect people to tell the truth...
getreal    
26 Oct 2010  #129
you shold be honored that any englishman would put up with constantly misrable looking expresionthat most polish/eastern european woman have.. you think a man shold always pay?.this revels your true backword looking mentality.english women are liberated free thinking and economicaly more mature than your average cabbage loving pole
edelweiss    
27 Oct 2010  #130
Do not be dumbfounded by this but people are people ,that includes individual look's & individual dress & individual intelligence & individual generousity < all of this make's individual people no matter where from inc'race religion etc etc To have the opening post such a this one lead's me to one question : Would you people as Individual's demonize those who talk derogatory slander about those Individual's such as race,colour & where they are from etc etc ( English Bad Teeth is one example) ,in fact it could run parallel with racial discrimination something which I imagine the majority would say "oh that's terrible" . Look at what you do .

ps: Teeth are Teeth > No Matter who's Head they are in. There is Good & not so Good in All people's ,in all Head's and it is That what make'th you an Individual.
Teffle 22 | 1,321    
27 Oct 2010  #131
That would be an idea. I would suggest getting some better dental care though

Been watching too many Austin Powers movies maybe?
Paulina 8 | 1,416    
27 Oct 2010  #132
you shold be honored that any englishman

LOL

:)))))

would put up with constantly misrable looking expresionthat most polish/eastern european woman have..

backword looking mentality

than your average cabbage loving pole

Oh dear...

:)

english women are liberated free thinking and economicaly more mature

Sweetie, then go and find yourself an English woman :) Who's stopping you?

*yawns*
Richfilth 6 | 415    
27 Oct 2010  #133
I simply cannot subscribe to the ridiculous concepts put forward on either side of the Polish v English male camps. I can, however, spout some anecdotal evidence.

I've worked in language schools in Warsaw for six years. Many schools, with many teachers, with a high turnover of natives from both English and the colonies (sorry, Commonwealth.) In all that time, all those years, I've only met one female teacher (from England) who has run the gauntlet, married a Polish man and settled here. The other women run, run as fast as their flat-soled shoes can carry them.

Why is that? There's no clear answer, but it certainly makes me feel that English men with Polish women is a more appropriate match than a Polish man to an English woman. It doesn't mean that either man is worse; just how they meet the expectations, however shallow, old-fashioned or demeaning, of either side.
jonni 16 | 2,491    
27 Oct 2010  #134
Many schools, with many teachers, with a high turnover of natives from both English and the colonies (sorry, Commonwealth.) In all that time, all those years, I've only met one female teacher (from England) who has run the gauntlet, married a Polish man and settled here. The other women run, run as fast as their flat-soled shoes can carry them.

Me too - maybe it's the same English lady, in which case she's very assimilated and been here for years, and now has a Polish citizen for a son. All the rest indeed run.

I knew of an American lady teacher here who was thoroughly dispirited by Polish men, usually for hitting on her and not mentioning that they're married, or taking her to dinner, paying for it, then asking for her share outside the restaurant, and in one case taking her to meet the family and asking her not to mention that she's part Indian.
grubas 12 | 1,392    
27 Oct 2010  #135
English men are very cool and highly cultured unlike the Polish men.Here are some examples:







Maybe 12 | 409    
28 Oct 2010  #136
ENGLAND, ENGLAND, ENGLAND

GOD SAVE OUR GRACIOUS QUEEN GOD SAVE OUR QUEEN.....BA BA MA BA..
[HIC] IGRLUND, ALWAYS VITOURIOUUS ..GAWD SAFE ARR QUEEN..CHELSEA, CHELSEA.....
THERES ONLY ONE ...........

A photo snap and subtitled glipmse at Croydon on a Saturday night. MAKES ME PRAAAAWD!
A J 4 | 1,090    
28 Oct 2010  #137
:)

You've all been owned.

;P
Maybe 12 | 409    
28 Oct 2010  #138
"Dutch men"

youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=IRfluaMKoOY
A J 4 | 1,090    
28 Oct 2010  #139
"Dutch men"

Comedy legends Paul Whitehouse and Harry Enfield play these laid back members of the Amsterdam Police educating the world in their liberal methods of policing, and raising a few smiles in the process! Hilarious impressions from the British comedy greats in this BBC clip.

Typical English slander campaign. (All jealousy!)

;P
Maybe 12 | 409    
28 Oct 2010  #140
I thought it was a documentary!
Pinching Pete - | 560    
28 Oct 2010  #141
If it was there would have been footage of the English barfing all over their hotel rooms.
Maybe 12 | 409    
28 Oct 2010  #142
quite ;)
ShawnH 8 | 1,502    
28 Oct 2010  #143
Here are some examples

Looks like they could use a good recycling program over there. The environmental impact of all the styrofoam... Hmmmm.
meagan - | 18    
29 Oct 2010  #144
English men are very cool and highly cultured unlike the Polish men.Here are some examples:

I am not English Nor Polish ...2weeks ago 3 men invited me and my friend for a dinner,

One was from England,One Canadian,and one Serbian.While eating these 3guys were making

jokes,then suddenly this English man(45yrs old) removed His trousers down like the picture

shown on the left side.WHEW!!! All of us were shocked,we didn't expect for an English man

to act like that in front ,we were eating that time...and He laugh and laugh! So I guess in this

case no difference between the English and Polish.....
grubas 12 | 1,392    
29 Oct 2010  #145
The men on the pictures are Brits.Must be their national custom to expose themselves in front of others.
meagan - | 18    
29 Oct 2010  #146
Ah I See....I thought the pictures shown were Polish pictures,so they are Brits!?

Yeah I saw it in my own eyes what had happened when we had our dinner 2 weeks ago.

It was exactly same shown in the picture ....the man who removes His trousers down.
A J 4 | 1,090    
29 Oct 2010  #147
Bless all the foreign guys who are looking for a British girlfriend, something tells me they'll be welcome.

xD

Idiots.
Teffle 22 | 1,321    
29 Oct 2010  #148
Not just British guys at all though - I thought mooning was pretty much universal among drunk, blue collar, 'good ole boy' types the world over?
A J 4 | 1,090    
29 Oct 2010  #149
It's not, trust me.

:)
Richfilth 6 | 415    
29 Oct 2010  #150
It is in all the countries Britain has exported its boorish idiotic binge-drinking culture to. Therefore, Ireland, America and Australia. Other countries might get catastrophically drunk, but the sudden desire to bare their buttocks (and their other, significantly smaller, muscles) is a purely Anglo-saxon trait.



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