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Impressing a Polish girl who's not talking to me much anymore?


Bravewarrior 2 | -
22 Sep 2016 #1
And I like her a lot, gosh, I seriously do. She's a friend, we've been pretty close at some point, but now, we don't talk, she doesn't contact me, I didn't contact her for years because I've been super busy and didn't get in touch with people that much. We live in different countries now. Maybe she doesn't care anymore so she doesn't even make the effort to reply?

Now, I think Polish women are the most beautiful in the world, I seriously do, but it's not just her beauty that I like. I like her personality, she's sweet, or at least, that's how she's always been to me: sweet, good hearted and super funny!

Never had a fight so it's not like she has a problem with me....I hope.
cms 9 | 1,271
23 Sep 2016 #2
she is not going to know by telepathy that you like her. Send her an email or even better ring her up, make it clear you like her. You have nothing to lose by doing that - and there is no specific way to handle Polish women except that they like confident, chivalrous guys.
Wulkan - | 3,251
23 Sep 2016 #3
Polish women except that they like confident, chivalrous guys.

and which women don't?
Lyzko 25 | 7,145
23 Sep 2016 #4
The key word is "chivalrous" And the lovely thing about Polish chivalry, as opposed to the superficial Austrian variety, is that, by G_d, they really mean it!!

Only last year, the 70+ father of a Polish friend met my wife for dinner at a local Polish eatery, and (having forewarned her earlier) upon taking leave, promptly stood erect in front of her and raised her hand with the customary "Całuję Pani rączki!", charming both my wife and myself:-)

Mind you, the man was a simple factory worker his whole life, speaks not a syllable of English (though a smattering of Russian) and probably barely graduated fifth grade. Yet such manners across the board in that country nearly draw tears to my eyes!
Dreamergirl 4 | 276
23 Sep 2016 #5
There's someone for everyone. Some girls just want a guy with a big sausage
Lyzko 25 | 7,145
23 Sep 2016 #6
@Dreamer, you've got a one-tracked mind, and I think I know which track you're onLOL
Dreamergirl 4 | 276
23 Sep 2016 #7
And I like the fact that polish men argue a lot with each other, usually in discussions. They're more interesting I find cos they have views on everything
przyjacielPL
23 Sep 2016 #8
Bravewarrior polish women like other women like confident men. The fact that you are in different country : i wonder what is the point to contact her for romance? Keep her as a friend though :). Or contact her face to face when you go in her country as a friend.

Maybe you should go on with your life and meet other women because dont worry she is probably busy with her life !
Lyzko 25 | 7,145
23 Sep 2016 #9
Polish men particularly can sometimes come across in discussions, especially in a foreign language, as what we in the US call "characters" aka "wise guys", arrogant, intellectually aggressive know-it-alls who can be rather insensitive to public opinion with regard to the constraints of good manners once they think they're in the right:-)
Dreamergirl 4 | 276
23 Sep 2016 #10
Yep I know that one well with the constant discussions I over heard when they are sat around having their vodka lol
Lyzko 25 | 7,145
23 Sep 2016 #11
A Pole usually doesn't need wódka to sound off at the drop of a hat, Dreamergirl! Disagreement with him/her will generally do the trick. Once this happens, watch out:-)

By contrast, Germans for instance, tend to argue just as aggressively, only more surgically, moreover, with less concern for emotions. With almost Kantian precision and sometimes geometric logic, they'll slash the other person's argument to shreds!

I've known Polish men to become passionate to the point of crying if the subject is especially close to their heart.
Polish women go for this big time, I'm told.
Dreamergirl 4 | 276
23 Sep 2016 #12
Yeo it's usually sport politics or other polish people they discuss passionately
Lyzko 25 | 7,145
23 Sep 2016 #13
You bet, Dreamer!
Dreamergirl 4 | 276
23 Sep 2016 #14
And they gossip as well like I thought only us girls do that
Lyzko 25 | 7,145
23 Sep 2016 #15
Hmmm, never noticed that. However, I will admit that I've rarely ever seen American guys become quite as impassioned about their history as Polish people whom I've encountered. They respond strongly to perceived slights and become worked up whenever their country is impugned, either by the Polish or even the foreign press!
Chemikiem 6 | 2,075
24 Sep 2016 #16
she doesn't contact me,

I didn't contact her for years because I've been super busy

Maybe she doesn't care anymore so she doesn't even make the effort to reply?

If I had to guess, the clue is in the above statements of yours.
Maybe she feels that as you didn't have time for her, she now doesn't have time for you?

Or maybe her contact details have changed?
Sparks11 - | 335
24 Sep 2016 #17
You could always jump a motorcycle over some flaming cars and land in front of her as she leaves work. That usually impresses people
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,720
24 Sep 2016 #18
or maybe learn to horse ride and gallop up on a white stallion, dressed as a Knight Templar?
Lyzko 25 | 7,145
26 Sep 2016 #19
Polish women are taken in by the gallant, that's true! Polish men do cut a nice impression at first glance, and I'm even saying this as a man))


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