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Is Indian/Polish relationship possible?


FISZ 24 | 2,116
19 Jan 2007 #31
so he's so poor
now so are you
both will be miserably frigging broke
boo hoo hoo

:)

...but yes Indian PL relationship is possible. Any 2 people are possible no matter where they originate :)
Sparky - | 92
19 Jan 2007 #32
Hey U.K. cat got your tongue.
krysia 23 | 3,057
19 Jan 2007 #33
Any 2 people are possible no matter where they originate

So you think Svengoola has a chance with Svengoolie?
Sparky - | 92
19 Jan 2007 #34
I think sven goolie would have to take a hundred extacy pills and if that doen't kill him. I think she will have a secound chance.:)
shewolf 5 | 1,077
19 Jan 2007 #35
I think sven goolie would have to take a hundred extacy pills and if that doen't kill him

It looks to me like he does on a regular basis. (his avatar). heehee.
LoneStranger
20 Jan 2007 #36
Svengoolie ...no offence...but are you a hippie :)... that early 70's hippy of usa....i was just curious!
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161
20 Jan 2007 #37
You guys live in Jungle with animals.

As your papa made you with a female dog, your knowledge about animals is probably better than ours.
Frank 23 | 1,183
20 Jan 2007 #38
..........................ignore...................................... ........
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161
20 Jan 2007 #40
Yawn... All you can do, subhuman... Just look in the mirror, you're a garbage and can't change that...
Frank 23 | 1,183
20 Jan 2007 #41
G...don't bother replying...ok?
LoneStranger
21 Jan 2007 #42
Indian Polish Relationship = VERY MUCH POSSIBLE
Any good human + Polish in relationship = Possible
FREAK and Polish relationship = umm...actually possible, but wont last more than 3 months the most :)....guarenteed.
veeone
23 Jan 2007 #43
Not even debatable - anything is possible, depends on the people (minus some here).
I married a Sri Lankan (Burgher) girl...sadly we broke up but not because she was Lanki
veeone
23 Jan 2007 #45
It was the time, It was the place. Looking back we all may change a few things but I hope not for the reason of just not being euro.
LoneStranger
24 Jan 2007 #46
Why not stick to euro?

and why stick to euro only?... because they treated us like kings? huh!

everyone is free to choose anyone from anywhere. THER IS NOTHING MORE SPECIAL in euro than in any other community!

Other communities have given Poles alot more than euros... and didnt make us go through all the sh*t as some euros have done.

I love it when Poles think at a higher scale than many euros... because then it becomes clear that Poles have a bigger heart, bigger mind, and a more unique soul... and we are the people of TODAY!

Bojownik

u need more meditation... ur thoughts are very feeble...and you give a clear indication of insecurity. This, I think, is due to some insecurity syndrome! And you are not unique in this. (A group in Palestine have this syndrome, and marry only among themselves, kins and even family, because they fear of loosing themselves if they marry even the next village!... this results in deseases and thinning of blood etc... however, you should be proud that you are not so serious - I HOPE :S)

Pray atleast thrice daily (to any religion you belong to). Drink alot of water! Sleep atleast 8 hours! And walk alot! It will help greatly :)

And if ur linked with anything german :(... then try to read be with sane Polish people more... and God bless you !
Usman
31 Jan 2007 #47
Most Polish males and Indian males are genetic brothers because both have high level of R1a1-M17 haplogroup or Y-chromosome (56% polish males, 40-50% Indian males). I think our ancestors with this gene were successful ******* of european women. The fair skin and european features of polish males are from those ancient european germanic women ****** by ancient indians on large scale so please stick to them.
LoneStranger 3 | 382
31 Jan 2007 #48
My dad said that my great grandpa's father was maybe an Indian!... he came Poland and married my Polish great great grandma :).... and I read alot about Ganghi! I like his ideas...

also Poles and Indians share good history... very heart warming one!
josecitomadera
31 Jan 2007 #49
You guys live in Jungle with animals. So please take shower using shampoo & shower gel before moving to UK

Yippee, maybe I can find a young girl with hairy smelly armpits.

I can say I have learned one important thing after coming to this Polish forum. Your sense of wit and rebuttal is most amusing. I shall incorporate that into the collective.

BORG

Other communities have given Poles alot more than euros... and didnt make us go through all the sh*t as some euros have done.

That's why I feel endeared to the Polish people when I read comments by the likes of Lone Stranger, Patrycia19, Miranda, Globetrotter, Krysia, Frank, Fsiz, Grubionzy and others. I think the new European Union should be based on this mindset. Polish people of this genre should lead the way.
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554
31 Jan 2007 #51
Grubionzy

lol...is this supposed to be me? :)
josecitomadera
31 Jan 2007 #52
Sorry, my spelling is usually impeccable. I'm new to Polish words, LOL. BTW, what does Zgubiony mean?
miranda
31 Jan 2007 #54
Indian Polish Relationship = VERY MUCH POSSIBLE
Any good human + Polish in relationship = Possible
FREAK and Polish relationship = umm...actually possible, but wont last more than 3 months the most ....guarenteed.

:)
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
31 Jan 2007 #55
My dad said that my great grandpa's father was maybe an Indian!... he came Poland and married my Polish great great grandma .... and I read alot about Ganghi! I like his ideas...

wow, u into genealogy? or family history, Awsome!

I have mine back to about 1759 (approx)

thats in Lomza.

lots of military in my family all the way up to my great grandfather. skips my
grandpa, then my father and all my uncles.
LoneStranger 3 | 382
31 Jan 2007 #56
into genealogy? or family history

I am interested yes! :)... but my family in more close knit then generally found in Poland. Maybe because of the fact as stated above by me already.

I would say, my great grand parents and my grandparents were very eager to save something of their history due to their uniqueness (which I guess you can understand, due to the reason of my great great grandpa!:) )...Then, my father also remembered it with interest....and I haven't forgotten it either.....because (probably) of its curious and interesting nature.
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
31 Jan 2007 #57
That's why I feel endeared to the Polish people when I read comments by the likes of Lone Stranger, Patrycia19, Miranda, Globetrotter, Krysia, Frank, Fsiz, Grubionzy and others. I think the new European Union should be based on this mindset. Polish people of this genre should lead the way.

Wow, Thanks :)
Kochana_Babcia 2 | 70
31 Jan 2007 #58
I've been trying to do our family geneaology but unfortunately my hubby won't let me
put too much personal info into cyberspace.

I got as far as my grandparent's parents in names but not when they were born/died
and locations.

On my hubby's side unfortunately we don't have any info since both his parents have died and they never spoke of their families..sadly my hubby never knew anyone related

to him. All we know is that is Mother was Polish and his Dad was Ukrainian..but we don't even know what Mother's maiden was. Neither of his parents had any contact with

their families after coming to America
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
31 Jan 2007 #59
am interested yes! ... but my family in more close knit then generally found in Poland. Maybe because of the fact as stated above by me already.

Awsome, I thought most Polish families kept their family history alive.

Here, its very hard, still alot of people ask me what I did to get to records.

you have to be like a sherlock holms and follow the clues. lol

my hubby won't let me
put too much personal info into cyberspace.

its more foot work KB. trust me I know. then its mail work :) lol

On my hubby's side unfortunately we don't have any info since both his parents have died and they never spoke of their families..sadly my hubby never knew anyone related

Death certs and social security apps are helpers KB :)

because they knew their own parents and they lists parents names :)
miranda
31 Jan 2007 #60
That's why I feel endeared to the Polish people when I read comments by the likes of Lone Stranger, Patrycia19, Miranda, Globetrotter, Krysia, Frank, Fsiz, Grubionzy and others. I think the new European Union should be based on this mindset. Polish people of this genre should lead the way.

thanks, that's very kind of you Jose.
You are not Jose Maria by any chance, are you?

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