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Polish girls pretend to be sick and ill most of the time


Suyreen
16 Jan 2011 #1
One thing that I noticed, over and over again,
is that it is very common for polish girls to say
or text you: "Oh, I am so ill, I feel I'm dying"
and then if you rush to her, she doesn't even have fever...

And it is not one or two girls, but 85% of the girls
who are doing this at least once a month...

The polish girls are really desperate for attention,
at any expense...

What do you think guys?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,385
16 Jan 2011 #2
''Polish girls pretend to be sick and ill most of the time''

only when they have better things to do.
poland_
16 Jan 2011 #3
And it is not one or two girls, but 85% of the girls
who are doing this at least once a month...

Go figure!!!!
OP Suyreen
16 Jan 2011 #4
If I would have figured it out, I wouldn't ask you guys here.

Instead of being ironic, and just post saying Nothing, better do smth else

I appreciate the help of those who will write seriously
Wroclaw Boy
16 Jan 2011 #5
Sometimes women pretend to be ill for attention, nothing Polish about this at all.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
16 Jan 2011 #6
who are doing this at least once a month...

Your question already holds the answer...
OP Suyreen
16 Jan 2011 #7
My IQ is not so high to catch the subtleties of your answers.

I lived in Japan, UK and Spain before, and those girls where never doing this.

It is a very POLISH GIRLS thing, and I am sure it has reasons.
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
16 Jan 2011 #8
If I would have figured it out, I wouldn't ask you guys here.

Where do you currently reside, and where do you originally come from?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,385
16 Jan 2011 #10
We have already covered this topic.

noted. it may be merged at some point.
poland_
16 Jan 2011 #11
If I would have figured it out, I wouldn't ask you guys here.

And it is not one or two girls, but 85% of the girls
who are doing this at least once a month...

and I am sure it has reasons.

Try googling: Menstruation cycle and women's health...
Trevek 26 | 1,702
16 Jan 2011 #12
I've found this in class, some otherwise healthy seeming kids are absent so much and so long with illnesses...
ShawnH 8 | 1,508
16 Jan 2011 #13
Maybe they are avoiding you.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,385
16 Jan 2011 #14
some otherwise healthy seeming kids are absent so much and so long with illnesses...

a mix of the class cheat, playing truant and the culture of ... if i can get away with not doing it, why bother.
puella 4 | 172
16 Jan 2011 #15
It is a very POLISH GIRLS thing, and I am sure it has reasons.

Just turn on polish tv and watch commercials...
Trevek 26 | 1,702
16 Jan 2011 #16
a mix of the class cheat, playing truant and the culture of ... if i can get away with not doing it, why bother.

But when you ring their parents they confirm it.

Maybe they are avoiding you.

Damn, must stop buying deodorant on the russian market.
ShawnH 8 | 1,508
16 Jan 2011 #17
must stop buying deodorant on the russian market.

Unless you are looking to meet a gal who uses the same "brand".
Trevek 26 | 1,702
16 Jan 2011 #18
Who probably looks like Russel Brand.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
16 Jan 2011 #19
And it is not one or two girls, but 85% of the girls
who are doing this at least once a month...

Ah, Jazus are none of youz gonna tell this man the truth, youz are a pack of.....

Women getting 'ill' once a month, read here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menstrual_cycle
Ashleys mind 3 | 455
16 Jan 2011 #20
No, that's when they attend their monthly witch Covens in the woods... Srsly! Look there and you'll find them sacrificing males of any species... and smearing their bodies with blood. ;)
PennBoy 76 | 2,436
16 Jan 2011 #21
Polish girls pretend to be sick and ill most of the time

haha maybe on you when they stood you up :-)
Swingers
18 Jan 2011 #22
Yes polish girls pretend to be sick so many times. Might be genetical?
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,443
18 Jan 2011 #23
Might be genetical?

No, they just lack assertive skills most of the time. They cannot say NO and pretend to be sick- just a culture, or the lack of:)
southern 75 | 7,096
18 Jan 2011 #24
They actually visit hospitals many times and take lots of medications.There is some psychosomatic component for sure although Polki seem to be in good health.I use to offer some balkan power to cure their illnesses.
NH102
23 Jan 2011 #25
They just like to play as victims. Over and over again, this attracted attention and care of many rich suckers...
Ashleys mind 3 | 455
23 Jan 2011 #26
Unless they're the Doctors looking after your sick ass... ;)

What do you think guys?

Sorry they're all too sick to comment...

By the way... it's not a poem, you don't have to write it in stanzas.
NEW POL - | 3
9 Feb 2011 #27
To keep a MAN Polish girl get pregnent . Is it true...?
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
9 Feb 2011 #28
Not really in my experience. Mine just buys me cars, rolex watches and lets me go out to play golf occasionally. It's worked for many many years now.
rtz - | 46
9 Feb 2011 #29
@OP : Maybe you're scary?
Crow 146 | 9,117
9 Feb 2011 #30
Polish girls pretend to be sick and ill most of the time

my good God, Polish brothers are in desperate situation.

Listen what would one Racowie tell to you... when you found yourself in situation that `she` pretend to be sick, you just tell her ``what a pity``. She (considering very curious in nature) would then ask why did you tell that. Now, never, i mean, really NEVER, give answer to her. It must be her punishment,... that`s how her brain needs to register that situation,... no positive respond to you, no answer to her. That`s how you re-take control over situation.

and, don`t think, just don`t analyze negative consequences for you, if you avoid to answer her. She would found way to `punish` you with time (they always found reason to punish you). But, as least, if you have control, she `fixing` you as decent and valuable man and male in her `fragile` brain.

Do you understand Poljaci? ok ;)


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