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Are Polish men romantic and caring or... "plain"?


Theo_pianista 1 | 11
17 Aug 2008 #1
I know that this might annoy some of you (and it even slightly annoys me), because I'm classifying something by nationality again, but what is your opinion based on your real experience? Are Polish men truly romantic, or are English or American, or any other nationality (overall, I'm not just talking about individuals here) more romantic? Do they treat women with care and are they sweet? I have only dated two Polish guys, and both of them seemed acted that way and they were really sweet. But are they really this way?
Gab - | 133
17 Aug 2008 #2
It's hard to answer that question. There are plenty of guys that are sweet, but there are also plenty of guys that are ********. Just like anywhere else, you know.
polishgirltx
17 Aug 2008 #3
Are Polish men romantic and caring or... "plain"?

ok...
i'll tell you from my own experience...
so it's honest...
Polish guys can be romantic...
but they are more self absorbed...
Gab - | 133
17 Aug 2008 #4
I'm wondering if Polish guys are reading this thread. LOL

Anyways, I've never had bad experiences with Polish guys in general. None of my ex- boyfriends ever cheated on me (!). They were very caring, generous, but kind of boring at the same time. Or maybe they were just not my matches.
OP Theo_pianista 1 | 11
18 Aug 2008 #5
Thanks, guys. I appreciate the honesty and thanks for not saying, "Another stupid question..." cuz I was just wondering.
croatian - | 10
29 Aug 2008 #6
listen Theo Polish guys are great and all but its really time to give a chance to hungarian man...check out the hungarian rapper hahah

youtube.com/watch?v=--Vaz9jW054
McCoy 27 | 1,269
29 Aug 2008 #7
hahahaha, the chorus rules ...'business'
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893
29 Aug 2008 #8
check out the hungarian rapper

Didnt have the volume up because Im at work but his dress sense and looks are an improvement on the Polish rappers I've seen on youtube :)
Softsong 5 | 495
29 Aug 2008 #9
I had a Polish bf from Gdańsk for nearly three years, and he was very romantic.
And when I was sick, he cared for me, made tea, and was very attentive. We had lots of fun, too. He was very creative and always had me laughing.

He was a bit high maintenance in some ways, but we were very happy. It was one of the best relationships I ever experienced. We broke up due to the fact that he needed to go back to Poland and finish his studies for four years. LDR are very hard to maintain, and he was much younger than I. In the long run, I wanted him to have a normal life, and children. We had the best of what we could have at that time.
Madzia22 - | 72
29 Aug 2008 #10
I had a Polish bf from Gdańsk

I am from Gdansk so maybe I know him :>
McCoy 27 | 1,269
29 Aug 2008 #11
curiosity is the first step to hell ;)
Madzia22 - | 72
29 Aug 2008 #12
I thouht this proverb works only in polish :)
Softsong 5 | 495
29 Aug 2008 #13
Hi Madzia22, you might indeed. It's a small world.

Did you by chance go to the Polytechnika in Gdańsk? He had extremely long, dark hair.

And that's all I'll say. :-)
Madzia22 - | 72
29 Aug 2008 #14
No, I studied about 300m from Politechnika on Miszewskiego street, my brother studied there but there is round 10000 students studing In Politechnika so there is little chance he ever met him, Politechnika is very hard to graduate and I know loads of people from there who are very inteligent, Im sure that you know club 'kwadratowa'(square...) witch belongs to Politechnika, I have been there many many times having really good time...
Sweetpea1779 3 | 14
29 Aug 2008 #15
but they are more self absorbed...

I agree! The ones I met seemed to only care about themselves. He was a player and didn't care how he treated girls. Not very respectful...well to my face yea but would lie a lot. Say he would do something and not do it.

Seems to think he was wonderful..and made judgements on everyone else.
croatian - | 10
31 Aug 2008 #16
hahahha chorus boys definitely could use a trip somewhere down south...check out that east european paleness right there lol:)
and yeah...stop your BUDNISS hahah...or something along those lines
there is a live performance somewhere on youtube too hahah.
petite88 - | 7
24 Apr 2010 #17
Apr 24, 10, 23:17 - Thread attached on merging:
dating a Pole guy

I am Asian and currently dating a Pole guy. We're in the getting to know each other stage. He makes me laugh a lot and he can **** me off at the same time. I just want to ask for some advice as to how to handle male Poles. He really interests me as he is the first guy that really made me laugh this hard. Are Pole guys in general conservative or liberated?
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
24 Apr 2010 #18
I just want to ask for some advice as to how to handle male Poles.

Same as you would with other men...they are after all just men.

Are Pole guys in general conservative or liberated?

Some are, some are not..some are educated and some are thick as pig $hit..some are attractive some a pig dog ugly, some have lovely manners and some are rude as hell...Same as with all Eurpean nations.
petite88 - | 7
26 Apr 2010 #19
that was sad, but kind of nice because you get to enjoy what you had even if you did not end up together. oh, the guy i am dating is a very sweet and caring man, and he is also way too much younger than me.
Londonerka - | 11
26 Apr 2010 #20
Definetely they're! But not every man, just like any other countries ;)
LAGirl 9 | 496
26 Apr 2010 #21
I wouldnt go with one. most of them are self absorbed money obsssed they arnt too romantic and they like a woman to be like a maid.one some of them cheat. they arnt too happy either. if I where you I would date western european or American or Brisitish they are pretty decent. I am writing you about Polish men from experience.
bulgar bulgar
26 Apr 2010 #22
nope, they're just puzzies. but if you think that a person incapable of making manly decisions and being so ashamed of almost everything is sweet and romantic.... well, you're quite wicked
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
26 Apr 2010 #23
Most Polish guys i know act like they always know it all, put this irritating voice on when they are talking to women as if it was to show them they are smarter, talk down to women in general, they're full of unfunny jokes, they find it impossible to admit to any mistakes or admit the woman is right. They're only tough guys when they're p*ssed up. And they try to cover up their lack of hygiene/alcohol problems with a larger than usual amount of cheap aftershave or deodorant. They want their girlfriend to be just like their mommy and once you become an item they let themselves go and start dressing like their senile uncle, lovin the high waisted trousers and socks with sandals :D. So girls, if you like men with poor English and poor nearly everything else, a Polish man is your man! :D :D
southern 75 | 7,096
27 Apr 2010 #24
Only the last part of the last sentence has some base.
terziev - | 49
27 Apr 2010 #25
lovin the high waisted trousers and socks with sandals :D.

haha, quite funny, but a bit over the limit. and this polish guys being "tough" is another good joke.

here i wonder what are males in polish coundtryside act like, because i know well only 'well educated, civilized' and overly westernized citizens.
Miguel Colombia - | 351
27 Apr 2010 #26
Only the last part of the last sentence has some base.

Speaking from your own experience?
Wulkan - | 3,249
27 Apr 2010 #27
if you like men with poor English and poor nearly everything else, a Polish man is your man! :D :D

In UK an Average Polish man speaks better English then an average Polish woman, this is a fact and this is one of the reasons why I stopped dating Polish women long time ago as I was fed up of being a personal interpreter for them.

Speaking from your own experience?

This man is always speaking from his own imagination...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
27 Apr 2010 #28
JustysiaS, LOL. You Polonophobe, you! ;) ;) ;)

Wulkan, women tend to be a bit better when it comes to languages and, judging by the Polish men I saw in Scotland, that would likely ring true.

I hate those gum chewing, monkey grinning twats in nightclubs that laugh like a choked elephant. Neanderthals, come and meet your long-lost brothers :)
nymph888 2 | 31
27 Apr 2010 #29
well, i guess some thoughts in this thread are based on experience :)

based on my limited interaction with a pole guy, i find him cold... and somehow, polite...he tries to not offend someone by using polite words, but the attitude is.. well, slightly caring is an overstatement.. :)

i have little knowhow as to the working life in Poland... but i have a feeling he is tooo serious at work... and well, he loves to walk with his dog during free time and visit the lake... i suppose... what else can someone do living in a country home in poland? :p

generally, i find him polite.. not so romantic, nor caring... plain is an overstatement, i guess, cos as for now, there is no easy way to decipher him :)
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
27 Apr 2010 #30
In UK an Average Polish man speaks better English then an average Polish woman

I find that very hard to believe, i know quite a few Poles living here in UK and the girls definitely speak better English than the guys. Normally women speak more so they will learn more. Polish guys are rarely talkative, i dunno if they think that being 'mysterious' like this is attractive or something but so many women even on this forum say they can't quite figure out Polish men because of this. Maybe being so vague is to cover up their limited English skills ;)?

polish guys being "tough" is another good joke

They are all mean and manly and up for a fight when with their mates or p*ssed up like i said. With women or with their boss, they will b*tch behind their backs but will be yes men to their face.

generally, i find him polite.. not so romantic, nor caring... plain is an overstatement

Exactly what i just described, they are all distant and overly polite at first and then you can't frickin get rid of them. The more you want them to feck off the more they latch onto you, cos they think you're just playing hard to get. They have a penchant for stalking too :).

Neanderthals, come and meet your long-lost brothers :)

Now that sounds more like it ;D. Plus Polish men have a terrible, terrible dress sense and some seriously dodgy dance moves.

You Polonophobe, you! ;) ;) ;)

Ha ha but how can i possibly be one :P. Polish guys who are living and working abroad are best to be avoided as they are most likely attached and earning money to support their family back home, but they so often omit that part of their life when meeting new exciting foreign women :).


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