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Do Polish men make good husbands?


Bejma
22 Jan 2017 #61
Let's just say, if you treat a (non-alcoholic) Polish husband right, you'll very likely have a faithful husband who is attentive to your needs, and a great father to your children. In the neighborhood where I grew up, the guys who hung out at the gas station I worked at, on occasion, got tooted up and headed out to Rocking Chair Helen's for an afternoon of "frolic." The Ukrainian guys, the Italian guys, and the few WASPs that hung out there, were the ones that went. The Polish guys, never. Just an observation - but I believe, it reflects a characteristic of Polish men.
DontGo - | 1
11 Feb 2017 #62
I would love a Polish husband. I don't care if I have to do house chores and cook. It's my pleasure, especially if he takes me to bed after😋
Looker - | 1,032
5 Jul 2017 #63
This is funny :)

Polish husband
unlucky i guess
13 Nov 2019 #64
I'm sorry but am I just unlucky. All the polish men I know, including my husband are drunks. Where are all these nice polish men? Are they actually from Poland or second generation, since I think that makes a big difference.
Miloslaw 6 | 3,193
13 Nov 2019 #65
All the polish men I know, including my husband are drunks.

Be brave enough to post with your real name and we might think that you are not a troll......
Been there done
1 Jan 2020 #66
Polish men suck They are all drunks and treat women with disrespect they drink vodka like water and cheat and lie don't marry one EVER
johnny reb 20 | 4,527
1 Jan 2020 #67
Maybe you are looking in the wrong places to come up with such a bitter conclusion.
Have you looked in the mirror and ask yourself why you attract such men ?
Wojciech1
5 Jan 2020 #68
@Been there.done
I am sorry for your bad experience but I would ask you not to generalize. I am a husband and a father, I work hard to provide for my family and to raise my kids in good values with a spine and moral compass.

About alcohol - why is this stereotype still repeated despite of data and studies on alcohol consumption indicates Poland is just average. We also have plenty of non-drinkers, especially in the generation below the age of 40.
The truth hurts
13 Feb 2020 #69
Polish and russian men have a reputation for drinking too much. I don't know why so many polish men on this sight are offended. Are you serious. Are you really saying polish men don't drink a lot and of that a lot of them are not alcoholics . What other culture puts huge vodka bottles on the table when their is a party. Western Europeans put a bottle of wine not 40% proof alcohol so everyone can get smashed. Please face reality and go to an AA meeting.

Statistically over 185 countries Poland is tied with another country at #13 for alcoholic consumption per person. WOW sounds really sober country to me. The men on this sight defending themselves only prove that the are egocentric, closed minded, old fashioned, chauvinistic and yes they make bad husbands. Sorry but true.
Joker 1 | 1,406
13 Feb 2020 #70
Sounds like a Polish wedding to me. Good times:)

closed minded, old fashioned, chauvinistic and yes they make bad husbands.

You'll have to do a lot better than that! We've had many good guest trolls here, much better than you. Go back and practice some more and try again later...LOL Cheers!!
Spike31 2 | 1,127
13 Feb 2020 #71
I would love a Polish husband. I don't care if I have to do house chores and cook, if he takes me to bed after

Take example, ladies :-P
pawian 163 | 10,356
13 Feb 2020 #72
Do Polish men make good husbands?

Of course. But you should find and seduce one who likes partying, drinking, smoking - generally, having fun in life. Those teetotellers are extremely dull guys, you will die of dead boredom in your marriage.
Miloslaw 6 | 3,193
13 Feb 2020 #73
Those teetotellers are extremely dull

Agreed 100%.
Which is why teetotallers are rare in Poland.
johnny reb 20 | 4,527
14 Feb 2020 #74
Do Polish men make good husbands/slaves ?
All the Polish women I know today are more masculine than men, make more money than men, have more tattoos than men, drink more than men, swear more than men, and are more intelligent...than men... sh*t man......the question should be, "do Polish women make good wives ?"
JackRussel
14 Feb 2020 #75
^Sounds more like German, British and US females. Are you really talking about Polish females in Poland or American ones with Polish roots?
Lenka 3 | 1,911
14 Feb 2020 #76
Imagined ones :)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
14 Feb 2020 #77
All the Polish women I know today are more masculine than men,

well if that is kind of woman that attracts you, carry on..:D
Ziemowit 13 | 3,789
14 Feb 2020 #78
make more money than men

This is increasingly true.

swear more than men

These days you can quite often hear young women swear in the streets or in public transport of Warsaw whereas some 20 years ago it was really unusual.

and are more intelligent...than men..

This is undoubtedly so. Women are very often more intelligent than men (excluding, of course, you and me :-)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
14 Feb 2020 #79
anyway i am not sure that having a job and a wide vocabulary is an indication of not being 'feminine'. Women have always had jobs and potty mouths, surely..?
Ziemowit 13 | 3,789
14 Feb 2020 #80
if that is kind of woman that attracts you, carry on.

Indeed, Roz. Johnny has always admired you chopping your own wood and drinking beer directly out of the bottle ... He called you: my kind of a woman, don't you remember?
johnny reb 20 | 4,527
14 Feb 2020 #81
These days

Back when men were men, and women were women (the old days) the idea that women's greatest goal was to be totally hot and attractive in order to "bait" and get with the wealthiest men is preposterous in modern western culture today.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
14 Feb 2020 #82
yes, indeed, Ziemo, I do recall that.
He also got quite excited by the thought of me wearing a blue checked lumberjack shirt while i did those things....hardly the most 'feminine' garment ever...
Spike31 2 | 1,127
14 Feb 2020 #83
All the Polish women I know today are more masculine than men

It goes like this: a feminine man attacts a masculine women, and a masculine men attracts feminine women :-)
Lenka 3 | 1,911
14 Feb 2020 #84
Well, the job thing worked a bit differently in Poland than in other countries. Women worked and earned money a lot more than in rest of Europe and USA. After war that is how it was. Not that many stay at home housewives.
johnny reb 20 | 4,527
14 Feb 2020 #86
He also got quite excited by the thought of me wearing a blue checked lumberjack shirt

With two button down pockets with the sleeves rolled up and a pair of muddy boots.

Women worked and earned money a lot more than in rest of Europe and USA.

Now I know why my Polish babcia was always telling me to find a Polish girl to marry.
Again, those were the "old days" and times sure have changed.
Today the feminist movement women talk in code that men must decode.
Coded: "Of course I would give up my career if my husband asked me."
Decoded: "Once he is earning enough money, I am never going to work again."
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
14 Feb 2020 #87
I don't know who these 'feminist movement' women are, JR, and I suspect, neither do you, as you have never met any woman who said this. You are just making it up as you go along to fit your own 'weltanschauung'.

It reminds me of those English who are always telling the same anecdote about how they went into a shop in Wales, where everyone was talking English, and as soon as they entered, the people switched language and started talking Welsh!!

BTW this never happened to anyone, yet people repeat it endlessly as an anecdote of their life experience...
Lenka 3 | 1,911
14 Feb 2020 #88
That is a new one. More often I hear complaints how today's women don't line up to give up their lives and look after their man as a 'real' women should.

And no, still Poland is not really the housewives tyoe of country. . The difference between Europe and USA would be mostly maternity- about a year in most cases to stay at home and look after the baby. If you have 3 in a row it's few years out of work More and more countries insist on it being shared by both parents thougb
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
14 Feb 2020 #89
oh yes and how 'unfeminine' we all are these days, whatever that means.
the very word 'feminine' gives me the shudders.
I mean, I am not crying about 'unmasculine' men am I?
Lenka 3 | 1,911
14 Feb 2020 #90
No, but they do :D


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