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cowsfly 1 | -
2 Jul 2013 #1
As an American I just got out of a relationship with woman who had a lot of Polish ancestry. She displayed some amazing traits and is the reason why I wish to consider dating / marrying a Polish woman.

She desired a relationship with God. She had good, strong genetics. (She was very feminine, but tough too) She loved to cook. She was an excellent mom and she loved to love! (okay the main reason we broke up, she had been rejected by her birth dad, sexually molested as a teenage by her adopted dad, got into dancing - lots of sexual partners (never good for the soul) lost her baby 18 mo girl and a month later discovered her then husband was having an affair. Just a lot of issues stemming from her childhood. But still, she is an amazing woman on an amazing journey.

Anyways, I fly as airline pilot and on the side I am starting an organic raw milk dairy farm in Indiana. Though I can get dirty on the farm, I am not always dirty and smelly is what I am saying.

Where would I have the best prospect for meeting a quality Polish woman who wouldn't mind settling down in the countryside in Indiana? I am NOT looking for a farm wife slave, but a truly a wife whose love I will cherish, and we can be friends and partners enjoying this journey together. My email is cowsfly@hotmail if you happen to want to pass along information and correspond with me.

Thank you!

Mark
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
2 Jul 2013 #2
Maybe some of you PF-ers more experienced in this area could inform this gent of a good Polish online matrimonial site. He is interested in qualtiy Polish womanhood.
bluesfan - | 85
2 Jul 2013 #4
So, she was actually an American?

And you can't find any other women who have 'amazing traits' in a country with a population of over 300 million?

Where would I have the best prospect for meeting a quality Polish woman who wouldn't mind settling down in the countryside in Indiana?

I don't know if such a women exists... if she does then maybe try your lucky in Poland - she lies just East of Germany on the map ;)
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
2 Jul 2013 #5
I will hold onto it for future reference whenever a PolAm askes about marrying Polish. Incidentally the 50-year-old I mentioend a while back did not have to come to Poland. He met a 40-year-old lady who was caring for her edlerly mum in Toronto and after she died he comforted her and they became friends. She is a widow from Siemiatycze (husband was killed in a car crash). She has a 16-year-old son living with his aunt in Siemiatycze and she is a very devout Catholic. The gent, who had been hoping for an 'innocent and wholesome' 20-some-year-old, has apparently lowered his standards. Whatever the case, I for one wish them well! Ad multos annos!
beckski 12 | 1,617
3 Jul 2013 #6
You're less than a 4-hour drive from the Mecca of Polish women! Take a road trip to Chicago:)
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Jul 2013 #7
When in Chicago, be sure to attend Sunday Mass at Holy Trinity Church which draws people, including many attractive and available Catholic young ladies, from all over the metropoltian area.There are social hours after Mass -- a good way to meet people. There are also Chicagoland Polish bars and clubs if your taste runs more to good-time Suzies and other floozies. The choice is yours.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
3 Jul 2013 #8
Where would I have the best prospect for meeting a quality Polish woman who wouldn't mind settling down in the countryside in Indiana?

Slough, not far from LHR. (Also the inspiration for The Office.)

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1138761/Slough-The-signs-Warsaw.html

You're welcome!
sobieski 107 | 2,128
3 Jul 2013 #9
Chicagoland Polish bars and clubs if your taste runs more to good-time Suzies and other floozies

There we go again... What is your obsession with going out for a beer?

has apparently lowered his standards

Why is that? Because he met a real-life woman?
In which world are you living?
Harry
3 Jul 2013 #10
Sound advice.

She is a widow

You mean she is what you delightfully referred to as "second-hand"?

She has a 16-year-old son living with his aunt in Siemiatycze

You mean that she is a single mother who has abandoned her only child? I'm amazed that she doesn't have you frothing at the mouth.

good-time Suzies and other floozies.

This Susan who broke your heart all those decades ago, are you planning to die hating her too, just as you hate the editor who wouldn't give you a job on his paper?
smurf 39 | 1,981
3 Jul 2013 #11
good-time Suzies and other floozies

You been reading Gatsby again?
:P
sobieski 107 | 2,128
3 Jul 2013 #12
The gent, who had been hoping for an 'innocent and wholesome' 20-some-year-ol

You mean the one who was considering mail-order Ukrainian women?

qualtiy Polish womanhood.

Please define?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Jul 2013 #13
As I understood it, the gent had originally wanted a wholesome unspoilt girl in her 20s. Not able to find it, he lowered his standards and settled for what was more readily available. But a widow who went to Canada to look after her sick elderly mother sounds like a good person, even though the age and marital status were not what had orignally been desired.

Quality Polish womanhood would be a decent, respectable, hard-working, loyal and devout Catholic woman who makes a good wife and mother.
I presume your priorities are quite the opposite: pierced, tatooed, fun-loving pub-crawling, pot-smoking sleep-about. The kind that rarely if ever darkens a church doorway but never misses a party. To you that is a 'real' woman. To each his own.
Harry
3 Jul 2013 #14
Is there a reason that Polonius is allowed to insult Sobieski's wife? I somehow doubt that he'd be brave enough to make those same comments in front of the lady in question (or in front of her husband).
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Jul 2013 #15
allowed to insult Sobieski's wife

This has nothing to do with anyone's wife. When I asked where my 50-year-old should look, I was merely relaying his want list. Someone asked what was meant by 'quality Polish womanhood' and I replied: Quality Polish womanhood would be a decent, respectable, hard-working, loyal and devout Catholic woman who makes a good wife and mother. Nobody has to agree with it. If someone rejects those priorities -- fine -- it's not against the law.

Only some ad-hominem-obsessed PF-ers are constantly dragging in the employers, family members or private affairs of other posters and try to imoptue simialr mtovies to others.
Harry
3 Jul 2013 #16
This has nothing to do with anyone's wife.

So, given that he isn't single, why are you commenting on what Sobieski's idea of a real woman is? What makes you think that you can drag other poster's families into your abuse?

Only some ad-hominem-obsessed PF-ers are constantly dragging in the employers, family members or private affairs of other posters

You keep on whining about that but nobody has mentioned your employers or family members of private affairs, have they.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Jul 2013 #17
One can be married and still fancy a certain kind of woman that your wife may not be.
BTW, re stalking; ask your mate Delph how he could have possibly known that I really am a practising, church-going Catholic. Did he (does he) follow me to church on Sunday or what? You sort it out with him and let us all know, OK?
Harry
3 Jul 2013 #18
ask your mate Delph how he could have possibly known that I really am a practising, church-going Catholic.

I'd much like to know what makes you think that Delph reckons you are a practising Catholic. As your words in this thread and virtually every other thread you pollute here show, you are almost as far from a practicing Christian as it is possible for a person to get.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Jul 2013 #19
You're the e-gadgetarian so scroll back. It's somewhere in there when he was publically analysing me for some odd, unknown reason. I reckon he fancies that sort of thing. There are outfits that keep sending out spam: Find out what you're girlfriend, wife or chidlren are doing that spy on people for a fee. Maybe he could set up such a firm and earn a little extra on the side. Hey, why not ask him directly,when it was he made that comment. Then it'll be easier for you to find it. Good luck!
sobieski 107 | 2,128
3 Jul 2013 #20
I presume your priorities are quite the opposite: pierced, tatooed, fun-loving pub-crawling, pot-smoking sleep-about.

I let my wife read this, and she thinks you are one very sad obsessed person.

he lowered his standards and settled for what was more readily available.

What a lovely compliment for that lady in question. It looks like buying something of a shelf in Media Markt.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Jul 2013 #21
sobieski
Not everyone reduces everything to attacks or compliments. First you were lambasting the poor bloke for having unrealistic demands, so now when he has revised his requirements, you're back at your favourite pastime -- blasting. Why don't you buy a dog so you can kick him to let off your pent-up frustration. Or. better yet, jump into the bear pit at the Warsaw Zoo and kick the first bear you see in the balls.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
3 Jul 2013 #22
Well actually you insulted my wife, and you pretend now it is not true :)
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Jul 2013 #23
I insulted no-one. The word wife was never mentioned. But since you have constantly derided the notion of a fresh, wholesome, untainted and innocent, God-fearing girl in her 20s, you obviously have a different aesthetic.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
3 Jul 2013 #24
Yay! First I thought, "there's no such thing" and then I realized they existed! What you need is a nun! :-)
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Jul 2013 #25
fresh, wholesome, untainted and innocent, God-fearring girl in her 20s

That just goes to show that loose morals have now become the norm and no longer offend or outrage anyone.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
3 Jul 2013 #26
I am absolutely sure that you would have to try hard to find fresh, wholesome, untainted and innocent girls in their twenties, especially in the countryside, in any century; they might look fresh and wholesome, but most of them would have had some sort of sexual experience by that age. Historically, a girl in her twenties was not seen as a potential bride, but a withered old maid! They were either married by that age and probably already mothers, or left on the shelf. Ladies of the night excepted of course, these probably lost their innocence a lot earlier even than today (very early teens if we are to believe contemporary accounts).
Ryz - | 43
9 Jul 2013 #27
this whole thread is sooo creepy.... O_O you people are talking about human beings right? Is there a psychiatrist in the house? good gracious...
sobieski 107 | 2,128
9 Jul 2013 #28
That is what I am telling all the time. It is like walking into a car dealership and composing a car to your liking.
Ryz - | 43
9 Jul 2013 #29
something like that. rent-a-geisha mentality, as if Poland is this rural society stuck in the middle ages and women are cattle or something. friendly advice: turn off Fox News, get a damn passport and come and visit Europe. you'll be surprised.
Nile 1 | 155
9 Jul 2013 #30
Imagine a woman can plow your field. PFW in fact.


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