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English Men vs Polish Men


Teffle 22 | 1,321    
29 Oct 2010  #151
Yeah maybe. Funny, breast baring is a bit more international though isn't it?

Or at least it should be. Must get on to Brussels about that one.
A J 4 | 1,090    
29 Oct 2010  #152
Funny, breast baring is a bit more international though isn't it?

Hell yeah!

xD
kishlia    
6 Nov 2011  #153
I met an English man once. I was attracted to him. He looked at me a few times, so I looked at him, but he never actually said hello to me. Was he afraid to say hello? Are English men shy in public? I do not know. Anyway after 2 months, he disappeared. He went away for work and I never saw him again. It's been almost 2 years now. If a man disappears because I didn't chase him, then he may not be the right guy for me. I'm moving on now. No girl would want to wait for a guy for 2 years.
LwowskaKrakow 28 | 433    
6 Nov 2011  #154
I'm moving on now. No girl would want to wait for a guy for 2 years.

You bet, longing and waiting 2 years for someone who just glanced at you and not even said hello ?

No offense but maybe he was just looking at you without anything else on his mind.
kishlia    
7 Nov 2011  #155
Or perhaps he could have been a player. He probably does the same thing to other girls. And girls hate players.
southern 76 | 7,108    
7 Nov 2011  #156
He looked at me a few times, so I looked at him, but he never actually said hello to me.

Or perhaps he could have been a player

Usually players do not behave like that.
Wedle 16 | 496    
7 Nov 2011  #157
Technically we don't need men any more. We can have babies via a sperm bank, we can look after ourselves emotionally, physically, materially.

Until some of you women decide to sue the sperm donor for child support. Lets face it some female lefties just don't care who they scratch. Whatever happened to don't bite the hand that feeds?
Sidliste_Chodov 1 | 442    
7 Nov 2011  #158
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.

The last time I was in Krakow, I ended up apologising for some bunch of English idiots who decided to do this outside a pub on a Sunday afternoon, and took photos! You could hear them from some distance away, shouting "We Are Leeds" or some other misguided nonsense ("we are pr*cks" would have been better). An elderly Polish lady looked at me and told me what she thought of all this. I explained (in Polish) that I was also from England, but that these scumbags bring shame on our country, and there are far too many of them.

Technically we don't need men any more. We can have babies via a sperm bank, we can look after ourselves emotionally, physically, materially.

I don't "need" a woman either, just like I didn't "need" that Christmas pudding I had last night... but it makes life feel better, so why not :)

A sperm bank won't give you a massive divorce settlement, but I'm sure that someone like you would still campaign for the money if you thought you could get away with it. It's near-impossible to look after a baby and earn money completely independently at the same time, so spare us the lies. You know full well that the only practical way you can really do it "independently" is if someone else looks after your child while you are at work, if someone else pays for your childcare, or if you claim benefits - and none of those count as "independent". Time to buy a dictionary. :p

I'll leave the rest to Zimmy, lol :)
kishlia    
8 Nov 2011  #159
You're right! Players don't usually act that way. Players have the confidence to approach women and he didn't. The thing is, when a guy looks at a girl for more than 5 seconds, he's definitely thinking something. Therefore, he must have been afraid or shy to say hello.
Meathead 5 | 473    
8 Nov 2011  #160
It is in all the countries Britain has exported its boorish idiotic binge-drinking culture to. Therefore, Ireland, America and Australia.

Baloney. That behavior has nothing to do with Australians, Irish or Americans. The English don't travel well, they become quite demanding outside of their own country.
Pinching Pete - | 560    
8 Nov 2011  #161
Are English men shy in public?

Yes.. except around men's toilets.
time means 5 | 1,314    
8 Nov 2011  #162
Something you know all about Pete.
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
8 Nov 2011  #163
when a guy looks at a girl for more than 5 seconds, he's definitely thinking something. Therefore, he must have been afraid or shy to say hello.

Maybe looking at the hot chick in the low cut top who was behind you? Trust me, English men in general are NOT shy...

Yes.. except around men's toilets.

You been cottaging recently then Pete? ;0)
natasia 3 | 368    
9 Nov 2011  #164
Polish men are more real than English men. They are more in touch with who they are. They are more open emotionally. They are stronger. They have a stronger and more confident (totally confident, usually) vision of what it is to be a man, and what to be a woman. This comes with the baggage of what might be construed as sexist tendencies by a liberal English girl, but a lot of that liberality is nonsense, and only ends in tears.

Polish men are like Yorkshire men. They are Northerners rather than Southerners. Sorry to say that, and no offence meant, but there is quite a range of men in the UK, whereas there are only two or three types in Poland, and all of them the same in some ways.

English men are generally either a bit mean, or a bit pathetic. Quite a lot of them aren't quite sure how they are allowed to be a man nowadays. Poles don't have any such issues. And they are great fun.

But I must say that it isn't the fault of English men ... it is the fault of our dithering, eminently reasonable, totally permissive society ... we have gone a long way to emasculating our men. They tend generally to have a great time with Poles, and feel a lot better about themselves - English men are happier in a 'real man' environment, eg, with Poles.

As for the best guy to be with ... your Pole probably won't wash up that much, most likely really never ever will wash and iron, but he will hug you all night and make you feel alive. And make you laugh. Not far off perfect.
kwilczynski - | 4    
9 Nov 2011  #165
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As for the best guy to be with ... your Pole probably won't wash up that much, most likely really never ever will wash and iron, but he will hug you all night and make you feel alive. And make you laugh. Not far off perfect.

That really depends on the person. For instance, I personally don't mind doing any of the house chores -- after entire week and/or day of stress at work and sitting behind the desk in front of the computer screen, I find such activity relaxing ;-) Almost like going to a gym, where my mind can switch off a little and relax.

As I said, it all depends... :)

KW
time means 5 | 1,314    
9 Nov 2011  #166
Polish men are like Yorkshire men

How so? Flat caps, whippets, Tetleys... have you been to Yorkshire Natasia?
Teffle 22 | 1,321    
9 Nov 2011  #167
That really depends on the person

I'm sure it does but I have to be honest - I have yet to meet a Polish guy who gets involved with household stuff in anything more than a very peripheral way. And I'm not talking "disadvantaged" here, I'm talking educated professionals.
kwilczynski - | 4    
9 Nov 2011  #168
You just did, in a sense. I am one of the very rare breed apparently :)

I guess it depends on maturity and education, and other environmental and/or behavioural factors. I am on my own most of my life, which over time taught me to always appreciate how time consuming and unpleasant house chores can be. Especially, since there is always something else and more appealing to do nowadays :) Perhaps, that is why my attitude diverges from the social and well-established norms atypical for Polish men :) So to speak.

KW
carrie65 2 | 40    
10 Nov 2011  #169
:)

I guess it depends on maturity and education, and other environmental and/or behavioural factors.

I think that you are right in many ways here, however I do think that some women need to change their attitude too. Quite a few women still have this view that they have to do everything for a'man' and be everything to a man at the exclusion of all else. If both partners are working hard, there is nothing wrong in asking for some help in the domestic area. Problems stem from the idea that women are not a success unless they have a man, so some will try to be cook, cleaner, mother, wh---- . it makes it hard for other women to live up to. The average female can be some of those things some of the time only!
southern 76 | 7,108    
10 Nov 2011  #170
so some will try to be cook, cleaner, mother, wh----

Polki have success at least at one of their duties.But they tend to fulfill all.

it makes it hard for other women to live up to. The average female can be some of those things some of the time only!

This is the slavic world.No space for average females.
kishlia    
22 Nov 2011  #171
Pinching Pete
Yes.. except around men's toilets.

Do English men like to have sex in the toilet?
JonnyM 12 | 2,629    
22 Nov 2011  #172
Do English men like to have sex in the toilet?

Only if they're petite enough to fit in the bowl.
southern 76 | 7,108    
22 Nov 2011  #173
Do English men like to have sex in the toilet?

Do not have ambitions.It is strictly men's toilets.
time means 5 | 1,314    
22 Nov 2011  #174
It is strictly men's toilets

Something you Greeks know all about.
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
23 Nov 2011  #175
Polish men are more real than English men.

Yawn..My fella is all man has a professional job works hard, can cook and clean and iron...Now that's what I call perfect!

As for English men becoming real when they're with Poles..have you ever worked in a pub? Get a group of men together and they go all alpha male regardless of what nationality they are!!

Men have not become emasculated, they have evolved, same as they're not whacking us over the head and dragging us into caves (that would be considered rape these days btw)...Soiety changes and so do we.

Now let me guess, you are dating a Polish man?
realmknight    
5 May 2013  #176
I don't think it's nationality I think it's simple upbringing and hardships that make a man. That make anyone! What is life? You want something the more you know it's difficult to get it. Don't be surprised that you occasionally meet a man who has realised this about love, respect and companionship. At the end of the day, the heart itself is a little *****, and will jump from person to person until it just gives up trying or is complacent because that's what it is MADE TO DO. Survive.

Love, respect, compassion, these are states of mind, morals learned to appreciate the value of over the years, learned through loss and heartache. Through trials.

Some English men still rather adamantly maintain their 'traditional' or 'cliched' sense of chivalry. Don't be put off by chavvy poopheads, ladies. Doesn't matter how much money you have you can still be a chav! I make an 'all eggs in one basket' commitment to all of my relationships and while sometimes I may be wrong and make mistakes over the years, I've never wanted to hurt the feelings of the one I love, and looking back, I feel justified, as it's led me to meet my Maria from all the way in the Phillippines. Promises of forever abound, I always intend to keep them, but am faithful to my one to a fault, and will work everyday of my life to keep her comfortable and safe....

And I'm like this because I've been hurt. Sounds like what you ladies are after is actually a 'closet alpha male' which is someone with astounding features but overall flaws, or someone who looks good but with low self esteem. We are all wolves in this country. Descended from f***ing Caesar, am I wrong? Even our dimwits can be heroes.
Rysavy 10 | 308    
5 May 2013  #177
Some >redacted< men still rather adamantly maintain their 'traditional' or 'cliched' sense of chivalry.

I don't think it's nationality I think it's simple upbringing and hardships that make a man

Never dated a Brit..

The ones I met...? well they were fun to drink with but I prolly would stab one (of the guys I did meet- who were military if that makes dif) to his death in the temple with a spork if he were the man I was with. And one really fussy prissy black guy my aunt dated once was London born. He would have got a spork to the brain too.

And now that I don't drink I'd have even less patience with that sort of shennanigans.

With 2 exceptions, the half doz Polish I have known also drank. They got tempersome instead of buffoonish. Their sober selves were conservative and traditional workaholics that voted left. Only have dated a American born mixie and my pure native fiance (who is one of the non drinkers)

I would venture to say in a general sifting thru; guys from "non westernized" upbringing will appeal more to a traditional kind of "good girl". Normally have the right amount of chauvinsim/maniliness and chivalry, ambition and work ethic. The "defined" roles. The traditional expectations.
americasucks - | 2    
8 Oct 2013  #178
English men and British men as a whole are some of the ugliest men in Europe outside of the models. This is accepted globally. Even the British themselves will admit to being less good looking than other parts of Europe. Ever seen the British nightclub vs Swedish nightclub photos? British men are gross looking. Definately the worst of Caucasian people.

From my experience the only people who fantasize over Brits are teenage American girls who think the British actors with posh accents in American tv shows represent the majority of them.
McDouche 6 | 286    
8 Oct 2013  #179
English men and British men as a whole are some of the ugliest men in Europe

Then how come so many Polish women say English men are twice as handsome as Polish men?

Perhaps you should know the situation in the UK. Polish women are dating British men at a very high rate.

Anyway, American men are more handsome than both of them. :-)
grubas 12 | 1,392    
8 Oct 2013  #180
Then how come so many

How many exactly?

Polish women say English men are twice as handsome as Polish men?

Link?



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