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What do foreign women think of Polish men?


childwithin 8 | 136
5 Feb 2010  #1
reflection of a different thought on this forum...
what do you make of us(?)?
dhennie_jo 4 | 31
5 Feb 2010  #2
what do foreign women think of polish men?
I think it still depends on each person.
To be honest so hard to judge men that you really dont know well but in generel as I knew some of Polish men... they are kind, hard working, family oriented, friendly and loyal.

Some of them also likes to drink beer everyday and smoking (for me I just dont like it)
OP childwithin 8 | 136
5 Feb 2010  #3
drink beer everyday and smoking

yeah, that's just like me, i also drink coffe...

for me I just dont like it

yes, its horrible, i know
i'm not attacking anyone, but there seem to be very little real people on this forum, its just so sad

they are kind, hard working, family oriented, friendly and loyal.

very good description
dhennie_jo 4 | 31
5 Feb 2010  #4
oh yes they also love to drink coffee ^^,)
Exiled 2 | 425
5 Feb 2010  #5
Foreign women pity the polish girls for having such unattractive compatriots.But Polaci can do better.A lot.
OP childwithin 8 | 136
6 Feb 2010  #6
unattractive compatriots.But Polaci can do better.A lot.

yes that's true and i don't think that anything can be done about it
Cheery 10 | 126
6 Feb 2010  #7
This guy is kind of funny if you ask me..
Cheery 10 | 126
7 Feb 2010  #9
When he measured swords with Seanus.
jessicahumphrey - | 5
7 Feb 2010  #10
I came to Poland last summer for 6 weeks, and I absolutely loved the men! The ones I met were extremely nice and sweet, and were all good looking!
Sydney 2 | 14
7 Feb 2010  #11
Swedish man here. I think Polish blokes are bumbling, balding headed fools. No offence.
beckski 12 | 1,617
7 Feb 2010  #12
The ones I met were extremely nice and sweet, and were all good looking!

Hopefully, I have the same experience, when I go to Poland next summer.
OP childwithin 8 | 136
7 Feb 2010  #13
Hopefully, I have the same experience, .

you have the opportunity right now beckcski
ii hopefully heve the same pleasure, your wit is overwhelming
dhennie_jo 4 | 31
7 Feb 2010  #14
Swedish man here. I think Polish blokes are bumbling, balding headed fools. No offence.

I knew some swedish men (relatives and friends) they are bald headed also hehe ^^,
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
7 Feb 2010  #15
Swedish man here.

I don't think he was interested in opinion of Swedish gays...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
7 Feb 2010  #16
There are quite a few potato heads here right enough. Slapheads, the thorn in the side of haircare professionals ;) ;0

Polish men are just men. Some are great, some definitely aren't.
Sydney 2 | 14
7 Feb 2010  #17
Grzegorz_
Hah, I'm quite heterosexual; I was just throwing my thoughts in.
jonni 16 | 2,485
7 Feb 2010  #18
gays...

You mention this subject an awful lot...

I knew a woman once, who wanted to marry a Polish guy. She'd never met one, but just had some romantic idea.

Sometimes I wonder how it all turned out. If she ended up disappointed or not.
natasia 3 | 368
7 Feb 2010  #19
what do you make of us(?)?

wow. where do i start?! at least one novel, if not three, required to explain you guys.

firstly, my credentials are reasonably strong for being in a position to have an opinion. i will say that i have two children, and their fathers are both Polish. trust me, that counts as a close encounter with the species. ok, only two test cases, but pretty in depth study ... and, of course, a host of satellite males have also been studied (purely platonically, i hasten to add ; )

ok. one big whopping thought: whatever, despite everything, all serious character flaws and crazy traits that they may have aside, i prefer polish men to most others (that is of course a generalisation, but in general, that's my opinion ...).

why? because (omigod everyone will now hate me) they are more ... real. somehow. don't know how. more raw. more flawed, maybe. more charming, usually. less reasonable, often. better at changing lightbulbs, always.

too many thoughts on this. will contribute more tomorrow.

fools

this also often true, but lovable ones ; )
Krakman 4 | 58
8 Feb 2010  #20
i have two children, and their fathers are both Polish.

Which nationality will your 3rd child's father be? I wonder if he will be Polish, taking into account how great you think they're, despite the fact you must have had at least one failed relationship which involved a child.
beckski 12 | 1,617
9 Feb 2010  #21
your wit is overwhelming

Whew, what a relief. I had to read the line over again... to make sure the letter was a "W".
Good thing my eyes were playing a trick on me, lol.
OP childwithin 8 | 136
9 Feb 2010  #22
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I had to read the line over again

did i make a mistake somewhere? my english i s not that good sometimes

Good thing my eyes were playing a trick on me, lol.

i hardly possess any danger to anyone on this forum, i feel more like sexual object here
beckski 12 | 1,617
9 Feb 2010  #23
hardly possess any danger to anyone on this forum

You do appear to be one of the nice PF members. Not dangerous in my opinion.
beckski 12 | 1,617
9 Feb 2010  #25
I don't know, please explain...
OP childwithin 8 | 136
9 Feb 2010  #26
personally what do you think, am i a good person? i possibly know what you gonna say, but try to be frank

nice

Not dangerous

and how would you rate yourself?
beckski 12 | 1,617
9 Feb 2010  #27
and how would you rate yourself?

In terms of being dangerous, on a scale 1-10 I'd rate myself 11!
OP childwithin 8 | 136
9 Feb 2010  #28
after all the thinking i feel like i get the message
olikat - | 1
10 Feb 2010  #29
I would love to meet a Polish guy. I am 52, but have been told I look more than 10 years younger. I wouldn't mind meeting a guy younger than me. I had a Polish father and he was just wonderful. So come on you Polish guys, if you'd like to meet an English woman with a kind heart and a caring soul, then get in touch :-)
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
10 Feb 2010  #30
what do you make of us(?)?

You all smell of cheese and walk funny...but I suppose having a backpack strapped to your back 24 hours a day could do that to a man :D

why did this die a death?

Not controversial enough? oh dear..I thought my comments of Polish men smelling of gouda cheese would be enough to stir up a frenzy! Evidently not, only Polish women who are not smelling of roses are cause for concern!


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