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Ant63 11 | 403
23 Dec 2011 #61
apart from the OP.......if he is a native speaker Im a 12 foot Dutchman with a blue arse.

For xmas you will be a 12ft durchman with a blue arse

You just need to look at the title - he's clearly translated "wyzwajÄ…" as "calling", but hasn't changed the sentence appropriately ;)

He just omitted the word "names" after Polish girl.

Sorry Vincent but I must add you to the list also. He omitted nothing.

Another 12ft Dutchman.

As a native speaker of English, I can confirm this is actually English. Try reading "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac for an alternative take on the English language. It may broaden your understanding of a very complicated language, few master, including me.

Are you teachers by any chance?

Have a nice day tomorrow.
Vincent 9 | 806 Moderator
23 Dec 2011 #62
Sorry Vincent but I must add you to the list also. He omitted nothing

Well before I purchase a pair of clogs;) how do we know from the title what this calling is? Is it, calling round to her home, or on the her phone etc? I still think it may be names.

Have a nice day tomorrow.

Have a nice day yourself.
Sidliste_Chodov 1 | 441
23 Dec 2011 #63
As a native speaker of English, I can confirm this is actually English. Try reading "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac for an alternative take on the English language. It may broaden your understanding of a very complicated language, few master, including me.

That may well be the case. However, I've already explained why the title is ungrammatical, and why I suspect that the OP may not necessarily be a native speaker. I may be wrong, but I am right to suspect this. I'm not going to repeat my previous posts. I believe that my understanding of English is already more than adequate, but thanks all the same.

Whenever I see a post made by a prospective "English teacher", it never ceases to amaze me just how bad their grammar or spelling is. The standard of English demonstrated by Polish natives like JustysiaS bring complete and utter shame upon these guys!

Are you teachers by any chance?

Well, I do hold a teaching qualification, and I teach occasionally as part of my job. But I am not, have never claimed to be, and do not intend ever becoming a teacher. Especially not a teacher of English. I have never claimed to have "mastered" English (or Polish), either, and I know that my English is not perfect.

Anyway, this is off-topic, so I'm keeping off this thread from now on.
Ant63 11 | 403
23 Dec 2011 #64
However, I've already explained why the title is ungrammatical, and why I suspect that the OP may not necessarily be a native speaker.

The fact it's not gramatically correct in this instance confirms he is English.

I'm gone too.

EDIT HERE

Sorry will add this as Vincent responded so quickly

calling

Calling in this instance is exactly as described before "calling names". Basically it's just lazy speaking that has evolved as part of the language. TBH I don't agree with speaking in this way but it is prevelant in general language today. You can still understand what is being said by the context "calling" is used in.
win3kwire - | 6
27 May 2012 #65
who wants to date a polish girl anyway?
half of hookers in UK since 2004 are polish, you could be dating or marrying one of these
chiefx - | 8
27 May 2012 #66
Come on everyone, this is a forum!
There are people who sit and think up what subject to write about, to generate some discussion/name calling/abuse between the users.
I don't believe the OP is English, not just because of the title with 'calling'. His English throughout his original and subsequent posts is DIRE!!!

He also said his father is a 'Scott', not sure if he is thinking of Ian Scott or John Scott. But, if he is thinking of Scottish, then of course he means 'Scot'

Come on Ant63, are you really serious thinking this guy is English?
He is of another nationality and just wanted to see how much commotion there would be!!!
Well, there are three pages of posts so far.............
natasia 3 | 368
27 May 2012 #67
well i say again i am English

Yes, so you say, but you are being coy here ... there is something you are not telling us. Because English isn't your mother tongue - of course it isn't. Am not meaning to offend you in any way, but it is quite clear from your language that English isn't your first language (well, I hope not ; ). So where are you from? Because what people are trying to say is that if you are of any immigrant English/British origin, the 'objection' of those Poles at work will pretty much be without doubt to your original ethnicity.

I haven't ever seen Polish guys disapproving of a Polish woman with 'Anglo Saxon' male, but I have seen the whole community commenting with horror at Polish women with guys of other ethnicity (even if they have British passports). That's how it goes.

So just the passport isn't enough, I'm afraid. Or should I say: it isn't the passport they are objecting to.

But, as you know, the only important thing is that the two of you are happy, and if you are, then stuff the guys at her work. Sue them for racism. Find a different job for her. Do something so neither of you have to come into contact with this, because it doesn't sound great.

Polish men (some of them) see Polish women with men of exotic ethnicity as a kind of prostitution, I think. They can't believe a woman would want to be with anyone else just because she likes the guy ... they think there must be more to the deal than that.
Ant63 11 | 403
28 May 2012 #68
I haven't ever seen Polish guys disapproving of a Polish woman with 'Anglo Saxon' male

Funny that, I've experienced it first hand by several half witted, uneducated Polish males. Swift retribution sorts the buggers out.
Ironside 49 | 10,353
28 May 2012 #69
Swift retribution sorts the buggers out.

Really ? Tell us all about it ?
Englishman 2 | 278
28 May 2012 #70
win3kwire:half of hookers in UK since 2004 are polish, you could be dating or marrying one of these

You've just offended maybe 90% of this forum, including some of the most beautiful, intelligent, educated and decent women in the world - Polka :-)
natasia 3 | 368
28 May 2012 #71
Funny that, I've experienced it first hand by several half witted, uneducated Polish males

can quite believe it. here in Oxford the view tends to be that she has somehow struck gold if with an English guy, not least in that he will do the washing-up and cook supper and be generally nice, as opposed to, er, 'where's me tea?' and 'bend over ...' (what she might expect in Polish ...)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
28 May 2012 #72
as opposed to, er, 'where's me tea?' and 'bend over ...' (what she might expect in Polish ...)

*laughing*
Natasia you are funny.
lolzzzz
chiefx - | 8
29 May 2012 #73
Natasia, so you like the idea of 'where's me tea?' and 'bend over ...', because only yesterday I read a post from you advertising for a Polish husband!!!

There was a list of pre-requisites and yes..... high sex drive was one on the list........... hehehehehe
natasia 3 | 368
29 May 2012 #74
only yesterday I read a post from you advertising for a Polish husband!!!

oh no that old rubbish ... that was a joke post and dated some years ago ... it gives the wrong impression ... haven't worked out how to delete it ... it seems indelible ...

not that there is anything wrong with a high sex drive, i guess. but combined with abrasive requests for tea on't table and that women should be seen and not heard ... no thanks. too much like bondage for me. ties that tight would hurt, and I really don't like emotional pain.

I wonder how the Polish ladies feel about that, though? I don't think it hurts them. I think they just switch off. One of the phrases I have heard commonly repeated is 'Men are not People'. I always find it a rather sinister reflection on how the female-male thing works in Poland ...
chiefx - | 8
29 May 2012 #75
I know, it's just one of those strange coincidences - I read the old post yesterday, then happened upon this thread today!
Don't worry, I laughed at both the old and the new.
I mean, c'mon, you live in Oxford. If you were to bend over you'd spill the tea and knock over the little triangular sandwiches!!!

And I know, ladies don't bend over, they bend their knees and lower themselves gracefully, don't they???
Phenom - | 1
30 May 2012 #76
Very Good! You guys have a better discernment of English than I do of Polish! Maybe than I do of anything!
Ant63 11 | 403
30 May 2012 #77
*laughing*
Natasia you are funny.
lolzzzz

Yes Natasia makes the sun shine on a rainy day.
natasia 3 | 368
30 May 2012 #78
well that sounds like a compliment indeed and as i am pretty fxxxxg miserable tonight, thank you ... it has now made me cry because it is something nice as opposed to all the horrible things i have been hearing today ... (long story) ...

which will no doubt be swiftly deleted as not on topic so let's make it so, shall we? With another on-topic generalization such as:

-

I mean, c'mon, you live in Oxford. If you were to bend over you'd spill the tea and knock over the little triangular sandwiches!!!
And I know, ladies don't bend over, they bend their knees and lower themselves gracefully, don't they???

Polish guys don't like Polish women to be with Englishmen because they suspect he will put a teapot, some teacups (and saucers), and a sugar bowl with a fluted silver spoon, on the floor, and ask her to pour the tea without bending her knees ... and then the swine will force her to drink it WITH MILK. Criminal.
chiefx - | 8
1 Jun 2012 #79
Criminal? perish the thought!!!
Would you prefer cream with that, madam?
Tonetalk - | 2
1 Jun 2012 #80
Hello, I married a Polish girl in the UK and we have both been living back here in Poland for a couple of years. We came here many times before we were married as well. Seriously just come over and enjoy the place. You won't have any issues.


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