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Do Irish / British guys like Polish girls?


polishmama 3 | 280
27 Mar 2012  #61
Which you reside on. Give it back if it concerns you so much.

If my "giving it back" meant that it went to them and I would move elsewhere, gladly. But it wouldn't, would it?

Btw, don't worry, you won't end up like "the red man". No army holding the Bible or other religious doctrine and smallpox laden blankets is invading England. There are no armed men walking en masse throughout England, planting their flags and saying "this land is now mine".
Ironside 47 | 9,574
27 Mar 2012  #62
Quite a discrepancy.

For the first time, a group of Polish children and teenagers will be participating in the Dublin parade

Keep smuggling fags and whatnot as part of your contribution to Irish society :D !
a.k.
27 Mar 2012  #63
No video clips of the africans, eastern europeans or arabs, mind.

There are many cultural events and parties on that day in Poland. Also my relatives were on a trip to Dublin to celebrate St.Patrics Day a few years ago. So you are completely wrong as usual.

'I speak English' badge would probably be the most useful.

Didn't she speak English? If she did, what is it all about?

You see you have started that 'xenophobe' thing immediately....

Look what you have written below:

ut to be honest these days in London, an 'I speak English' badge would probably be the most useful.

How can people understand the above statement other way than: "there is too many foreigners in my country these days"?

Cleaners in hotels, supermarkets etc. never have to speak to customers, eh?

No, their supervisor has to. Moving cartboards from one place to another doesn't require any language skills, the same with using a vacuum cleaner and a cloth.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,725
27 Mar 2012  #64
"there is too many foreigners in my country these days"?

well there are, it is fact, even my immigrant friends have said it. In fact funnily enough they said it a long time ago. stating the obvious doesn't make me a xenophobe does it?

As for the 'I speak English' badge, it could actually be useful these days in London. The first time I met someone in uniform at a venue who didn't speak a word of English, I thought it was funny.

But that was a long time ago.
polishmama 3 | 280
27 Mar 2012  #65
rozumiemnic, I don't know what to say to that. Welcome to the EU. Not working out for you the way you all wanted, eh?
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,725
27 Mar 2012  #66
you have no idea about me at all. stop making assumptions.
Oh and btw that's two mothers you have now slagged off, how about looking after your baby instead of sitting on the computer all day being all holy?
a.k.
27 Mar 2012  #67
well there are, it is fact, stating the obvious doesn't make me a xenophobe does it?

I don't want to use that word, because you generally are a friendly and nice person, at least you were barring today.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,725
27 Mar 2012  #68
you generally are a friendly and nice person, at least you were barring today.

well thanks AK, that is sweet of you. But I am not actually being nasty today, I just found the comment about Irish men a bit much, a bit personal, as well as some comments since.

Like I said, some British and Irish people are sick of being insulted, but it seems like we are fair game.
Maybe it would be better for me if i didn't understand Polish at all.
a.k.
27 Mar 2012  #69
But I am not actually being nasty today, I just found the OP a bit much, as well as some comments since.

In a todays thread of some Englishman who was asking about his parental rights, you wasn't particularly pleasant too... It's definitely a bad day for you.

Ok, I'm going to bed. Good night to all! :)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,725
27 Mar 2012  #70
It's definitely a bad day for you.

maybe....
anyway good night...
you seem like a nice person too...
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
27 Mar 2012  #71
A whole eleven of them!

If my "giving it back" meant that it went to them and I would move elsewhere, gladly. But it wouldn't, would it?

Go to your nearest reservation. Bring the deeds to the land and the keys of the house with you.

Hand them over to the red lads.

Practice what you preach!

No, their supervisor has to. Moving cartboards from one place to another doesn't require any language skills, the same with using a vacuum cleaner and a cloth.

Right, lets say I notice a spill in my local supermarket. I wander off to find a cleaner and when I do, I tell him or her that it might be a good idea to mop it up and put out the yellow wet floor sign. The cleaner wanders off without having the first notion of what Ive just explained.

I remember that I forgot to pick up something, walk down the aisle and slip on the spill as it hasnt been cleaned. I hurt me back.

Cha-ching! Compo time!

Also my relatives were on a trip to Dublin to celebrate St.Patrics Day a few years ago. So you are completely wrong as usual.

Of course they were.

No, their supervisor has to

And if the supervisor only speaks the native language? What then? Sign language? Clicks and grunts? Smoke signals?
polishmama 3 | 280
27 Mar 2012  #72
I don't want to use that word, because you generally are a friendly and nice person, at least you were barring today.

Wow, I agree. I might not agree with rozumiemnic every single time but respect her opinions. Today? Wow, I just don't know what to think. And I never assumed you to be a xenophobe, just your friend who made that comment which you shared. I hope you have a better rest of the day.
Akimo
28 Mar 2012  #73
Dear Midas
Depends what you consider as "attractive material for husband/wife". For me attractive are: inteligence, personal culture and character, attitude towards relationship. In terms of physical appearance - I must admit that there very handsome Polish men. But by good masterial for husband I am considering - a soulmate, someone who I can rely on and live everyday's life, someone who respect and is always on partner's side whatever happens. This is love. Apperance plays secondary role to me.

To be honest with you - I've been here since 7 years, nearly 8 now, so I came here in 2004 with the same Polish man who I am with now. And would never even thought he is less attractive than Irish man. I also have not seen those crowds of Polish women hunting for Irish man. Who told you this?

And the comment has nothing to do with economic situation in Ireland now - living standards are still very high here in recession in comparison to living standard in so called "booming" Polish economy.

Comming back to my post - sincerely apologies if this insulted you, but seriously something is going on in this subject. Just have a look into stories written by women who are not my friends and I never met - just google "Irish men immature" and read these histories.

And as someone noticed here - my post was about only one aspect of living in Ireland, not about Ireland at all.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
28 Mar 2012  #74
Google "Irish men immature"

https://www.google.ie/#hl=en&safe=off&output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=i rish+men+immature&oq=irish+men+immature&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_l=hp.3...634 9l11201l1l11388l18l18l0l3l3l0l203l1636l11j1j3l15l0.frgbld.&psj=1&bav=o n.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=6d9c5aa2a50c1d83&biw=1024&bih=499

There we go.

First thread was titled "Why do Irish men find Irish women so unattractive.

I expect a load of bollix to be written by both sides. By which I mean below average looking Irish men whom have had no luck with Irish women and a backlash from Irish women.

Second thread, is from a jilted Irish woman. Nothing like a woman scorned. He probably was a useless c"nt, but.

Third thread, is actually quite respectful.

Next is from an American, who loves Irish men.

I could go on, but I could also ask you what exactly your point is here? It is not very clear.

To be honest with you - I've been here since 7 years, nearly 8 now, so I came here in 2004 with the same Polish man who I am with now. And would never even thought he is less attractive than Irish man.

Earlier you claimed you went out with Irish men. Now you claim you were with the same Pole all along. Does he know you went out with other guys?

When you find out a girl is interested in you, yet has a fella. You have two options. Follow the bro code, or do the bould thing and send her on her way. I dare say you met chaps who subscribe to the latter option.

Put into google "Polish girls Ireland escorts" or "Polish prostitutes Ireland".

:)

culture

Irish culture is celebrated around the club. It is superior.

I've been here since 7 years, nearly 8 now, so I came here in 2004

Ireland, UK and Sweden were the only EU states that allowed Poles in visa/work permit free.

A bit of respect for our hospitality might serve you well.

And the comment has nothing to do with economic situation in Ireland now - living standards are still very high here in recession in comparison to living standard in so called "booming" Polish economy.

As I expected, it all comes down to how many euro you earn.
a.k.
28 Mar 2012  #75
Of course they were.

What do you mean?
They were there as tourists! For 3 days or so, to see the St.Patrick's Day celebrations. I was given original Guinness. Very tasty :)

And if the supervisor only speaks the native language?

Then he would not be a supervisor.

Right, lets say I notice a spill in my local supermarket. I wander off to find a cleaner and when I do, I tell him or her that it might be a good idea to mop it up and put out the yellow wet floor sign. The cleaner wanders off without having the first notion of what Ive just explained.

No, the cleaner understands "yellow" and "mop" and "floor", which are the words that even a person who doesn't know English understand. The problem is not the basic English (everyone knows a few words!), the problem would be replying in English, other than "ok". If a cleaner wanders then it means you are such a rude and nasty person to him that it's better to pretend one can't understand you.

Irish culture is celebrated around the club.

Culture = club? Do you actually know what is culture?!

Could it be that the moment Irish blokes ( due to no fault of their own, bad economy and all ) stopped bringing in as much dinero as they did in 2004 or 2005 you suddenly began to consider them unworthy, undereducated apes? Is Marian from Poland looking a bit more sexy now with his moustache and no mortgage in Dublin that's under the water? Paddy O'Connor's no longer a witty daredevil because he's been laid off?

That comment is nasty... to imply that a completely stranger person is a gold-digger, but hey, that's you Midas - the guy who is preying for "Polish women" threads on this forum for years, advising people who has relationship crisis to jilt their Polish gilfriend. And you dare to pick on others for sweeping generalisations?

May I suggest Akimo to check what kind of threads Midas posts comments in first.

A quick sample of his comments from a randomly picked thread ("Polish Girl & Me...Is She Interested?"):

ROTFL... I'm literally on the floor laughing right now... Dude, Lodz's...Lodz's like THE capital of Polish sluts. Former blue-collar city with serious unemployment issues, extremely materialistic people that would kill their own grandma for a few cents, rampant corruption + prostitution and most easy chicks are Volkswagen easy. No need to buy a Mercedes to go fishing if You catch my drift.

You can see now how our "friend" Midas respects women.

Now in regards to the comments- while I may have used a hyperbole, a number
of my colleagues had particularly nasty relationships with women from Lodz and
the word "greedy" came up every frigging time.

Actually your comment Akimo about Irishmen comparing to his is very polite. Luckly Midas in not Irishman.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
28 Mar 2012  #76
I was given original Guinness. Very tasty :)

Its the exact same drink that you would receive in any pub right across europe. Dublin or Lublin, it will taste the same. Once the staff look after their lines and know how to pour a pint!

Then he would not be a supervisor.

Sure, sure, sure.

This is pure conjecture at this stage.
a.k.
28 Mar 2012  #77
Its the exact same drink that you would receive in any pub right across europe. Dublin or Lublin, it will taste the same. Once the staff look after their lines and know how to pour a pint!

He he, maybe they wanted to save a bit of money on souvenirs and they given me a beer which they didn't managed to drink? ;)

This is pure conjecture at this stage.

Can you give us any real-life example?
Akimo
28 Mar 2012  #78
Read again where I met them. If for you to meet men at workplace or pub, restaurant or shop equals to go out for him, this a very interesting point.

BTW the post you found in the internet is only one, there are at least 6 more.

Keep going with your comments if you want to proove my initial post. This is what you are doing.

A.K

You're right, great point. RevokeNice and Midas seem to be the ones who felt most offended.

It is OK for Irish men to submit offensive slurs, comments on this website (and any other in the internet) about foreign women. But it is not OK for foreign women to share their opinions and express criticism about Irish men (again not about all of them).I can do this to you, but you cannot do this to me. Typical bully game.

Rozumiemnic,

It was not personal, because general sweeping opinions are not personal.

And what do you mean by Irish and British "are sick of being insulted"? I guess this is happening for longer, so tell me what do you find so insulting? The fact that your country is perceived as attractive home for other nationalities, who contribute to the local economy. Vast majority of those people are working here for their Irish or British bosses success, provide profits for the economy (taxes, products, paying rent to Irish/British landlord or a mortgage to an Irish bank) or settling own companies here and giving jobs to Irish or British.

Please tell me what do you find so insulting,this "can do" attitude?
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,725
28 Mar 2012  #79
Please tell me what do you find so insulting,this "can do" attitude?

it's the moaning and sweeping generalizations. Although I have been impressed by the attitude you mention, what I am hearing from you is a superior

attitude. You also seem to be wanting an argument.

It's all a bit personal at the moment for me. so it's not a good time to argue.

Let's just say I heard too many direct personal and unnecessary insults on public transport.

I also know certain people who would rather stay on the dole for years rather than pay child support, or others who have gone back to Poland and still claim benefits from the UK.

And still they whine about how rubbish it is here.

That is NOT a 'can do' attitude.

Also you insulted my dad....;0) that's never good.
a.k.
28 Mar 2012  #80
It is OK for Irish men to submit offensive slurs, comments on this website (and any other in the internet) about foreign women.

What? Who you exactly mean? Midas is not Irish, and RevokeNice's behavior is widely contempted on this site. Actually it seems to be completely opposite. Irishmen on this site are generally the nicest and most friendly ones!

Actually what is the purpose of your thread? Do you want to get some kind of a revenge?
Akimo
28 Mar 2012  #81
The purpose was not to seek for a revange, but to share the opinions and to respond to further questions where these were taken from.

I am not waiting for an argument, just shared opinion - one of plenty.That was all.
a.k.
28 Mar 2012  #82
I am not waiting for an argument, just shared opinion - one of plenty.That was all.

Why on this site, particularly?
You see, it's a website for expats mostly and here are many friendnly guys who genuinely like Poland and are married to Polish women.
Midas 1 | 571
28 Mar 2012  #83
Actually your comment Akimo about Irishmen comparing to his is very polite. Luckly Midas in not Irishman.

Yup, Jewish here.

On topic - Akimo the stuff you posted is very bitter, one sided, contradictory at times and not really backed up by stats.

Don't expect us to just lap it up.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
28 Mar 2012  #84
who contribute to the local economy.

There are circa 40,000 Poles in receipt of unemployment benefit in Ireland.

RevokeNice's behavior is widely contempted on this site

I speak for the silent majority. Most Irish men on here are ***** whipped!

own companies here and giving jobs to Irish or British.

Examples please. Irish work in Polski Skelps and Polish pubs?

Tell me where and I will check it out myself.
Akimo
28 Mar 2012  #85
Is it a disgrace to work in Polski Sklep?

Just do some research od Polish enerpreneurships and companies.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
28 Mar 2012  #86
Is it a disgrace to work in Polski Sklep?

Where did I say that? WTF?

Just do some research od Polish enerpreneurships and companies.

You claimed that

or settling own companies here and giving jobs to Irish or British.

If you would be so kind as to give some examples.
Ironside 47 | 9,574
28 Mar 2012  #87
There are circa 40,000 Poles in receipt of unemployment benefit in Ireland.

Out of 120 thousand?
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
28 Mar 2012  #88
A year or so ago he was stating there were over 300k in Ireland. Probably best just to ignore him ;)
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
29 Mar 2012  #89
Out of 120 thousand?

How did you arrive at that figure?

A year or so ago he was stating there were over 300k in Ireland.

I said 250,000.

I stand by that figure.

The 2011 census will be released soon, so then we will know.
intelinside - | 3
29 Mar 2012  #90
I have an Irish friend and he loves all Eastern Euro women. He's obsessed so i'd say yes


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