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


skysoulmate 14 | 1,295
30 Apr 2010 #61
Justysia - fair enough. Sounds like you need to get hooked on the American accents instead. :)
pgtx 30 | 3,156
30 Apr 2010 #62
yes, Justysia... move to Texas... they will call you a redneck, but for all the right reasons... ;)
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
30 Apr 2010 #63
Polish city boys who think they are better than everyone else who is not from a city

No idea if i'm better than you, i'm definitely smarter than you though which must count for something thats not the point though.

yet still they earn more than you, washing the dishes or sweeping the streets of UK for example ;).

Even if you would have a management job in UK (which you dont) you wouldnt be earning more than me but thats beside the point, the point is our country regurgitated social dregs like you who could not make it in polish reality which is admittedly much harsher, the end result is that many young polish people in UK are bloody focktards.

Poland to get a cleaning or hotel job you have to be university educated and fluent in foreign languages

Last i checked you didnt need any experience or special skills for such jobs even in Poland.

i'm yet to meet a Polish guy in UK who has no issues and who's just a normal chap with no agenda,

I've been to London only a few months and met dozens of great Poles both men and women so this statement proves it, you've got issues i have no idea what are they but i'm willing to bet someone ditched you in Poland.

i did not see a future for myself out there, plus i was falling out with my parents way too much

Epic sized issues. It reminds me of this girl from Siemianowice i once knew, she was from a poor family went on Erasmus to UK, found herself a nice juicy Brit got pregnant and is peachy.

Met her on a party a few weeks back, she was visting Poland, she was speaking english to Poles in Poland with stuff like "back home in England we: insert retarded patronizing statement.

After spreading her legs to a Brit and staying in UK for a few years she suddenly becomes more british than tea and crumpets, you remind me of her.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,295
30 Apr 2010 #64
yes, Justysia... move to Texas... they will call you a redneck, but for all the right reasons... ;)

No they'll call her Southern Belle and will love her for it... A Polish Southern Belle, are you kidding me, that's the best of both worlds!!! ;)

she suddenly becomes more british than tea and crumpets, you remind me of her.

Sokrates - how about y'all sign a peace treaty? Obviously you two will never agree on this issue.

I'm proposing a detente where all Polish males currently in the UK remain there (unless they want to go back to Poland) while all Polish ladies in the UK (ALL the single ones) promptly emigrate to the US.

Would my solution ease the tensions and the strained relations between you two? ;)
piekna 2 | 3
30 Apr 2010 #65
In my experience, Polish men are definitely not plain. They are fun to be around with, they can be very sweet, loving, caring, romantic... ahhh maybe I just got lucky ;)
Havok 10 | 912
30 Apr 2010 #66
@JustysiaS
You're sort of a "virtual friend" to me, so I'm not thinking of you as a girl or a lady,,, I've just read what you wrote... I know that Sokrates sounds like a total as$ but i think i can explain.

The point I'm trying to make is that your man can be charming and romantic but is he going to take care of you when you need it the most? Can you trust him with your bank account?

Is he responsible, strong, and reliable? Most Polish guys are. See, you have to develop these kinds of skills as a guy in Poland otherwise you won't survive there long.

See Sokrates is probably 12 or he's playing a tough guy but the truth is that People in Poland are well educated, resourceful and with a good understanding of what honorable means.

Most Polish girls/women are the same so you're either young like Socrates or just simply blond for not being able distinguish the difference.

I know the last sentence was mean but i can help it, i was thought to be mean to appear tough. See, girls like guys that are respected by other guys. The easiest way to gain respect among guys is to be mean.

As i said somewhere here before guys are very basic.
ItsAllAboutME 3 | 270
30 Apr 2010 #67
See, girls like guys that are respected by other guys. The easiest way to gain respect among guys is to be mean.

It's not just about being mean. It's the same story with guys from "cities" (and Poland has what, like a city and a half total? lol) picking on guys from "villages," or rich ones picking on poorer ones, or tall ones picking on short ones, or whatever else they can find to be a "notch above" others (mainly in their own mind) and make a good impression on the girls.

And it's not that men in the UK are any different, they just have different criteria on how to judge themselves successful and respectable than being from a city or from a village.
petite88 - | 7
30 Apr 2010 #68
Maybe there are a few sweet villagers left but once they move abroad they think they are on top of the game and turn into arrogant pr*cks.

I think i get what you mean... hmmm... i may be seeing someone like this. yes, i sort of get that from the Pole guy i dated.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
1 May 2010 #69
f i said "lies, f*ck you" your retort would be just the same :)

Not quite. It would be : "Judging from the tone of your reply he also hit a nerve, innit?" ;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 May 2010 #70
I do know of some types here that could easily be romantic. The kind that could be quiet and look into their partners eyes over a candlelit dinner. The kind that could enjoy a soppy movie with his missus.

However, I think that there is a lot of battling going on. Many Poles are romantic in the sense of having hazy ideals more than being physically intimate and close. It just depends, though. You have to get at their heart.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
4 May 2010 #71
Sokrates

you really REALLY think that your pathetic judgements about me are true and seriously, you can think and type all you want because you know nothing and you're just trying to be hurtful. it's not working and if you say you're so smart (smarter than me cos A* you're from a city B* you live in Poland and i moved cos i "couldn't make it there") surely you can figure out that with my English i wouldn't be scrubbing toilets or making salads for a living.

Most Polish girls/women are the same so you're either young like Socrates or just simply blond for not being able distinguish the difference.

the difference between what? what difference? you just said they're all the same so this sentence makes no sense. not everyone is the same, there are traits people may have in common but not personalities or appearances. oh and a nice comment about blondes there, now you're gonna say all blondes are the same too? lol

See, girls like guys that are respected by other guys. The easiest way to gain respect among guys is to be mean.

i don't give a flying f*ck what other men think about the guy i'm interested in, that's just stupid. what matters is what i think about him. you can do your 'ooga booga me mean me strong' all day, you cavemen.

The point I'm trying to make is that your man can be charming and romantic but is he going to take care of you when you need it the most? Can you trust him with your bank account?

yes i can trust him because if i couldn't he's not the man for me, and yes he takes care of me like a decent man should

It's not just about being mean. It's the same story with guys from "cities"

it's a very unattractive trait in a man to belittle everyone in order to make themselves look better. this Polish guy at work who would not leave me alone kept saying i should get myself a proper man, not and English fanny. comes from a guy who's a divorced father of one with a drinking problem and a load of debts, yeahhhh that's a proper man. he's only ever mean and smug when nobody's around, at work and outside of it he's kissing everyone's ass so they like him.

social dregs like you who could not make it in polish reality which is admittedly much harsher, the end result is that many young polish people in UK are bloody focktards.

i never tried to 'make it' there for your information, i finished school, packed my bags and left and looking at the situation there, with the situation in UK not being exactly rosey either, i would never go back permamently despite being offered a few jobs there. it's good to visit cos of the family but i prefer not to participate in the rat race and this mindless social status bickering that seem to be the inevitable parts of living in Poland.

you've got issues i have no idea what are they but i'm willing to bet someone ditched you in Poland

my only issues are too much stress and people like you with their inflated egos. i never had a relationship with a Polish guy, trust me. i'd rather jump off a cliff.

Justysia - fair enough. Sounds like you need to get hooked on the American accents instead. :)

ha ha i don't know any Americans in person but who knows?? never say never ;)

Would my solution ease the tensions and the strained relations between you two? ;)

i doubt it :) everytime i say something negative about Polish men, even if it's just a joke, he appears and tries to upset me. do you realise how much money i have already spent on sessions with my shrink to get rid of all my issues caused by him? i think i'm mentally scarred forever ;). but thank you for trying ;)
skysoulmate 14 | 1,295
4 May 2010 #72
I'd seen several shrinks when healing from my divorce but never thought of seeing one due to the "PF-syndrome". ;)

- So what's bothering you dear?

- Well, I can't stand Sokrates and It'sallaboutme pisses me off from time to time....

- Huh??

You gotta admit that would be funny. :)

Yeah, you definitelly need some Yankee love Justysia. We love you long time over here! ;)
southern 75 | 7,096
4 May 2010 #73
I think polish men are perfect par for polish women,maybe they know them better that is why the latter try to avoid them.
praglowski09 - | 3
8 May 2010 #74
Most Polish guys i know act like they always know it all:D

Hahaha funny but totally not true.. I am Polish and am totally not like what you have stated above, except I do know it all about Polish women, beautiful & intelligent!

PS: I don't drink or smoke.
urszula 1 | 253
8 May 2010 #75
Hahaha funny but totally not true

Hahahaha Totally true. They also take things apart and never put them back together in the same order. They are two faced, they go to church but then hit, swear, drink and don't follow the catholic belief. They think women are good for cooking only, they think women are bad drivers, that they don't know anything about car repairs, don't know anything about construction, Polish men think they are better than women in everything. They have bad tempers, get mad easily and blame the woman for everything. Plus they are the ugliest men on Earth.

But you are an exception, and hope you find a woman- if you don't already have one, who appreciates you for being who you are.:}
praglowski09 - | 3
9 May 2010 #76
I was born in United States, though I hope to visit Poland in the future. I have noticed the temper in men that are from Poland who arrive in the U.S. as exchange students. I have no reason to compare myself to a woman. I guess it's the upbringing in general of the Polish male that is in question. Plus, I've witnessed men with all of the traits listed above who are not Polish, but German, Irish, etc....again experience always will make the man.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
10 May 2010 #77
I'd seen several shrinks when healing from my divorce but never thought of seeing one due to the "PF-syndrome". ;)

my friends often ask me for advice cos of my brutal honesty. if i ever had a shrink i'd make him need a shrink after a few sessions. do you think the pf-syndrome is the newest mental disability around? ;) just add it to the list! ;. divorces are always sad. have you ever thought that the money spent on therapy to heal the emotional pain would've beeen better spent if you just hired a hitman ;D

Yeah, you definitelly need some Yankee love Justysia. We love you long time over here! ;)

i quite like the yankee candles, not sure about the love :P

Plus they are the ugliest men on Earth.

lol nice! it's either arrogant tossers or under the thumb mommys boys. there are a few exceptions of course but they just prove the rule :)
Bolle 1 | 147
10 May 2010 #78
i really don't see the point.

lol you left poland because you are not very smart. I bet you didn't do well in middle/high school and didn't get good grades to get into day time university. Private/evening unis were too expensive therefore you left for the UK to work manual labour which pays much better than in PL.

You'll do fine in britain though. I bet you'll find (if u haven't already) a british sucker who will marry you and you won't have to worry about your future.

Good luck to you though. I'm glad i was never (and never will be) in a similar situation.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
10 May 2010 #79
quite the contrary i had very good grades at school and i could've gone to uni daytime as i passed the exams but i'd be stuck there for years without a proper job or income and i'm not the type to sponge off my folks in my adulthood. i wouldn't work in macdonalds either to make ends meet. evening classes are a rip off and employers look differently at people who didn't do daytime university, everybody knows that. i'm glad to be out of that country and away from the miserable people, prefer the smiley cheesey Britain even if the smiles are a bit fake. i don't do physical labour i'm a girl you muppet, i have a cosy job with a steady decent income, i earn more than univesity graduates in Poland and i don't need a piece of paper to validate my self worth. and i still think Polish men suck big time :).
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 May 2010 #80
Exactly, tell it like it is, Justy :) Some of the people here think 3000PLN gross is a good salary. Romantic? Maybe some but it tends to be two people walking, both looking in opposite directions, joined only by their hands ;)
Lina19 1 | 2
10 May 2010 #81
I've dated American men all my life and am currently dating my first Polish man. He was born in the US but raised Polish and it's an ABSOLUTE difference. I regret not dating Polish men earlier and not giving them a chance. Of course, there is a batch of Polish men that need to g their asses kicked into shape but most of them have been formed wonderfully by their parents into being complete gentlemen and having the biggest hearts.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
13 May 2010 #82
Romantic? Maybe some but it tends to be two people walking, both looking in opposite directions, joined only by their hands ;)

that's kinda sad and pretty much the end in my books if it gets to this, i mean why hold hands with someone you can't even look at lol
Seanus 15 | 19,706
13 May 2010 #83
Oh, I've seen it. I really question true love amongst some. The drifters seem to find time for it, though.
southern 75 | 7,096
13 May 2010 #84
They are two faced, they go to church but then hit, swear, drink and don't follow the catholic belief.

This is true for polish women.
Mae26
24 May 2017 #85
I fall in love in a Polish guy i didn't meet in real life..we talked on facebook since 2013 until now..
But he said..he'll visit me on 2018..i hope he'll come


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