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What do foreign women think of Polish men?


Alx123 - | 180
28 Mar 2010 #91
king polkagamon

An 'ex-gfr' once told me "I became attracted to you because I realised you weren't as confident as I thought"
king polkagamon
28 Mar 2010 #92
She also told me "I liked very much that your hands were shaking while you were talking to me" although my hands were shaking due to the amounts of coffee I had drunk in order to pick up some Czech girls.
Wulkan - | 3,243
28 Mar 2010 #93
Alx123: It would help if you responded to the points raised with your own observations.

my observation? I stopped paying attention to Polish girls right after I came to England cause I simply found the boring, without any enthusiasm and often with a mood swing, there are always exceptions but I just can't see them here.

Do they like to date loosers? well I have seen a few, last time for example I went to airport to fech my girlfriend and I saw that tall Polish girl almost 6 foot with some scared paki guy with her shorter then her by a head :D that looked quite funny but I have seen much more English girls with a loosers as a boyfriend so there is no rule, every nation has girls like that so you can accept this fact or live with your bolox... it's up to you, have nice day and more luck with Polish girl if you fancy them :-)
king polkagamon
28 Mar 2010 #94
I have also seen this combination of tall polish girls with short Blacks or Latinos.
But it is worse in Czech Republic.I don't know how it is in UK.
AnndY - | 20
28 Mar 2010 #95
@ the time when I was living in UK I dated lovely and astonished girl. A researcher at the RFH – Hampstd Heat. She was from SE Asia. On the end she described me as a to harsh for her...

Well, I preferably keep good manners. And excuse me if I say – the UK girls are to harsh for me.
The weekend buzz-off – all off. And laid.

Mates are keeping much more straight.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
28 Mar 2010 #96
Wulkan: funny but I have seen much more English girls with a loosers as a boyfriend so there is no rule

You're living in the UK so that would stand to reason really, but they werent talking about English women, the coversation drifted off course and went to why do so many Polish girls date losers.

The answer to the above is possibly they like a certain type of idiot or they have low self esteeem or possibly they dont realise that some cock with a baseball cap, dodgy sportsware an' a car with "GTI on the side of it is generally a sign that the person is to be avoided at all cost and not that he's cool and has a car. The other reason is possibly that most if not all Poles live in very poor areas and generally live amongst men who are not exactly what one would consider boyfriend material, unless you're a low achiever and your only asperation is to get a council flat and have kids by the time you're 16. Most Polish girls dont know the reality in the UK, they dont notice how someone speaks or how inteligent they are (language barrier is a blessing for thick Brit who want to land a pretty and inteligent Polish girl)....
Alx123 - | 180
28 Mar 2010 #97
Wulkan: after I came to England cause I simply found the boring, without any enthusiasm and often with a mood swing, there are always exceptions but I just can't see them here.

There are many like that - simple, lacking in wit, etc. That's mainly true of the small town/village girls. I agree that there are exceptions too.

Wulkan: some scared paki guy

You mean he had a scar on his face or he looked scared/frightened?

Wulkan: there is no rule, every nation has girls like that

No, there is a rule. Some nations have it more than others for the reasons discussed in this and other threads. As has been said before, attractive and educated girls from western nations generally prefer to be single than settle for a 'loser'.
king polkagamon
28 Mar 2010 #98
Imagine that Greek women who studied in UK told me that English women haveno taste in men they date the first person they see.You can imagine how big is the problem here if our princesses reject even the level which is considered adequate for western girls.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
28 Mar 2010 #99
king polkagamon: English women haveno taste in men they date the first person they see.

This Greek girl is talking rubbish...

Alx123: attractive and educated girls from western nations generally prefer to be single than settle for a 'loser'.

This is true, but there are exeptions to that rule too.
Partyzant AK - | 15
28 Mar 2010 #100
good to hear....
Greetings from Poland ;)
nice forum btw :)
Mr Grunwald 33 | 2,019
28 Mar 2010 #101
Partyzant AK: nice forum btw :)

You will be addicted! This is my prophecy ^^
Partyzant AK - | 15
28 Mar 2010 #102
I'm Polish.I'm from Poland and i think I'm not too bad xD
and I'm kinda suprissed what is happening here!

It's nice to see that you people made this forum ;) and it's nice to read about my everyday life from here ;D hehehehe really nice! x)
donlou31 1 | 30
30 Mar 2010 #103
I can only speak about my Polish boyfriend but he is lovely, of course im biased ha ha!!
Never with an English boyfriend have i had so much respect, he is polite, intelligent, so sweet and constantly makes me laugh. He is kind, caring and so protective. It feels for both of us like we have known each other all our lives. Yes he drinks Vodka, but not excessively, English men are worse drinkers IMO.

I have seen photos of other Polish men and i have to say that you Poles are a very good looking nation ;) My boyfriend is Gorgeous, tall, dark and very handsome...what more could i want? :)

Its funny, i have just read the polish girls/gold diggers thread..... it has took me a very long time to convince and prove to my BF that i dont want or need his money, even to the point where i have told him i will sign any legal paper to say if we marry/have kids then i walk away with exactly what i came with (which is not a lot ha ha) i dont want anything from him or his family only that if we split up he provides for any children we have together.

I think its a shame that Polish men think this way about women, i know my BF has had gold digger polish girlfriends before me so i suppose its better to be careful when you do have money/assets.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
30 Mar 2010 #104
I think its a shame that Polish men think this way about women,

It wasnt a Polish man that started the thread, Polish men dont speak ill of their countrywomen, maybe you should do the same about your countrymen!

Never with an English boyfriend have i had so much respect,

You dated the wrongs ones, Im English, I know exactly how "good" English men are.
George8600 10 | 636
31 Mar 2010 #105
king polkagamon

Not only that...Greek women and UK women tend to be very stuck up......maybe I'm generalizing....but that's by experience as opposed to Polkas.
king polkagamon
31 Mar 2010 #106
Polish girls have obviously much lower standards than English or Greek women.By a recent statistics 70% of young greek women are single meaning 80% or more of men get rejected.

The men who get rejected by Greek women can get very easily a polish woman because they meet the standards of the latter.

As I have noticed the guys who pull English women are also successful with Greek women and the opposite the ones popular among Greek women get easily English women if they want.The difference is that they can get more,better looking and with easier procedures English women without the hassle that is why the Greek man always prefers the foreign women(although the best men are always taken by Greek women).

The latter have spread the fame that all eastern European women are ho's so the man who dates them becomes a laughable stock(usually ashamed to present them as girlfriends to their enragement).
George8600 10 | 636
31 Mar 2010 #107
Polish girls have obviously much lower standards than English or Greek women.

Thats not what I meant at all. Standards have nothing to do with ethnicity....and more in person. The fact that one is stuck up doesn't mean they have lower standards....
Alx123 - | 180
31 Mar 2010 #108
You mean higher standards.

But I have to disagree with your opinion. Some nationalities do indeed have lower standards than others on the whole.
nomaderol 5 | 726
31 Mar 2010 #109
Are you measuring the standards by the level of income? (I realized this cause you usually mention Africa when you give an example on lower standards.) Level of income has nothing to do with the living quality.

Lets go to bazaar.

I live in a small village like town here in Turkey...
Lets compare our cost with one in Istanbul or London.

---

My basket -.................................. London
1 kg of tomato: 0.2 Euro per kg ---- 2 Euro
1 kg of carrot: 0.1 Euro per kg ---- 1.5 Euro
1 kg of potato: 0.15 Euro per kg ---- 1.5 Euro
1 kg of onion: 0.1 Euro per kg ---- 1 Euro
1 kg of pepper: 0.5 Euro per kg ---- 3 Euro
1 kg of apple: 0.2 Euro per kg ---- 2 Euro
1 kg of cherry: 0.5 Euro per kg ---- 4 Euro
1 kg of appricot: 0.5 Euro per kg ---- 4 Euro
1 kg of pistachio: 6 Euro per kg ----- 15 Euro
1 kg of walnut: 3 Euro per kg ---- 7 Euro
1 bread : 0.1 Euro -------------- 1 Euro
1 kg of truffle (actually, i can have it for free if i hunt myself) but, i can pay 10 Euro per kg to boys and they can hunt for me..... in London, 500 Euro?

1 fish (lake here - speckle trout) 3 Euro ---- 7 Euro?

Total: ~25 Euro here my basket is filled... In London? 550 Euro
Four times a month.. I will spend 100 Euro... If I were in london, total would be 2200 Euro.
Lets say I am an average worker with a salary of 500 Euro here.
Equivalent of this 500 Euro in Londan is 5000 Euro per month income.
Poor Londonians. I pity those who go to London for higher standard living.

Hmm. Btw, Antalya is 2 hours away from me and I can go there by driving that will cost 50 Euro oil (eh, petrol is expansive here.) A person from London to have some warm air will have to pay 200 Euro for flight cost.

So, standards are very relative.
king polkakamon - | 544
31 Mar 2010 #110
Alx do you see Blacks and Turks with beautiful polish girls in Krakow?I did not notice sth like that in Poznan.
Alx123 - | 180
31 Mar 2010 #111
Are you measuring the standards by the level of income?

No, by 'standards' we are talking about their taste in men.

Alx do you see Blacks and Turks with beautiful polish girls in Krakow?I did not notice sth like that in Poznan.

Well, I wouldn't say beautiful, but you do see guys of all backgrounds, including African, Turkish etc, with girls considered to be pretty in western societies. But you also see many with below average girls.
nomaderol 5 | 726
31 Mar 2010 #112
No, by 'standards' we are talking about their taste in men.

well, i am not a female to know taste of men. i look into the mirror and all i see is a very ugly one.
Alx123 - | 180
31 Mar 2010 #113
Standards is not only about looks.
nomaderol 5 | 726
31 Mar 2010 #114
i mentioned level of money and living condition.. i mentioned look also.
eee, what else? characters and behaviours?
king polkakamon - | 544
31 Mar 2010 #115
If anyone watched me in Poland he would think that all girls in club are mine.If you accompany some girls it does not mean you are their boyfriend.In Poland's case the step to guarantee that is the money dope or the marriage promise but I am not marriage material.
nomaderol 5 | 726
1 Apr 2010 #116
king polkakamon: In Poland's case the step to guarantee that is the money dope or the marriage promise

but, again, marriage means money as marriage means baby for a female.. but, this is not a polish thing.. one of partners at least or the both must have money. my suggestion is to give all capitals to females. then, no need to vows nor paperworks, etc.. btw, this term "marry" not sounding good. it implies like "holy" togethership. probably repelling many.. it gives a feeling like you are being exploited by someones on the behalf of god or whatever.. in turkic, term "evlenmek", not a religious term, sounds better as it literally means "to be housed or to have (new) house." it is like making a new nest.
shygirl888 1 | 10
14 May 2010 #117
I don't know.. I never met one for real; they look hot! ^^
Vivi 1 | 4
15 May 2010 #118
I must not generalize but so far... I think Polish men are polite, opend minded when it comes to know other cultures,likes to dress nice, good drinkers, hard to have an open smile, and not such a good dancers (sorry)... is not an objective opinion since i just have met a few ppl from Poland
Rysavy 10 | 308
27 Sep 2012 #119
This thread is old but most threads compare female form and features. **takes necromatic candles and lights them**

Until recent the few Polish men I've met are 1/2 + and in US.

Stubborn, Masculine, dry Humor (actually my two most favorites, my Broski (Pole1/2+ Greek/German) and my paramour are even a lil trolly)
Respectful, clever, diligent, obsessed with detail, do not smile wide without coaxing, pessimists, common sense, always thinking about way off future, traditional, romantic & marriage minded (only one pointed that MY way >_< ), serious AND eyeboggling consumers of alcohol (cept my teetotaler)

The ones I knew were all on the thin side, high foreheads (and depating lovely golden locks) with mens faces. Deep expressions, high cheelbones asn most had full kissable mouths. Oh ...all were light haired/eyed. Most pale gold skin.

I find the accent exceptionally sexy. *shrug*
ilmc 4 | 136
27 Sep 2012 #120
in all seriousness of the polish men i know i find them to be very charming, very family oriented, mama's boys, hot tempered, kind with those close to them cold with most others, and as boyfriends they have big hearts and will do anything to make you smile but are just a tad (and by a tad i mean a giant tad) bossy. I don't find polish people even living in canada seem to be bothered with social niceties which i don't think they consider rude but rather obsolete. If you ask a polish man his opinion about something do not be prepared for sugar coating they tend to tell you exactly what they think regardless of your feelings which can be good or bad. (although the polish women i have met are also very blunt and forward and not a fan of social niceties or sugar coating). I also have never met an ugly polish man i have met some better looking than others and some that dont blow me away but never one so unattractive i would use the words ugly although im sure there are some every nation has attractive and unattractive people of both genders. This ofcourse is just my own experience and i am sure not every polish man fits the bill i have written (although i am sure they are all bossy) lol

oh and i forgot they always want to look their best even if just walking the dog around the block or taking a quick trip to the store. oh and very protective of the women in their lives girlriends mothers sisters wives whoever again just what i have seen obviously not going to be true for every single male in poland or polish male living abroad.


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