The BEST Guide to POLAND
Unanswered  |  Archives 
 
 
User: Guest

Home / Love  % width posts: 43

Opinion from Polish men on this please (Polish men so 'spiritually' romantic?)


BrutalButcher - | 391
1 Jan 2010 #31
All men have that..or at least pretend to. That's why Polish girls will be with anyone?
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
1 Jan 2010 #32
ZIMMY:
Again, get over yourself.

LOL...you sound like such a big girl!

Is that what you are looking for in a relationship; a "big girl"?

So if I call you a big boy that means I lowered myself to argue on your level........right?
Some advice; try to state something substantive for a change. If you work real hard at it you might be able to formulate arguments and opinions in a meaningful manner.
1jola 14 | 1,879
1 Jan 2010 #33
Nope, a back bone and sustance!

You mean balls and cash.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
1 Jan 2010 #34
All men have that..or at least pretend to.

We all know that many men (and women) don't have that.
king polkakamon - | 544
1 Jan 2010 #35
You mean balls and cash.

We all know that many men (and women) don't have that.

I know many women without cash.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
1 Jan 2010 #36
I was referring to "a back bone and substance".
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
1 Jan 2010 #37
You mean balls and cash.

No, just balls, most women can earn their own cash.

a "big girl"?

Im grown woman who doesnt say things that silly American teenage girls say..unlike yourself.

So if I call you a big boy that means I lowered myself to argue on your level........right?

Nope.... it would just make you look even more silly than you normally look.
Karinka 9 | 28
2 Jan 2010 #38
And Polish grammar is much more difficult than French or Spanish.
It's probably one of the 5 grammatically most difficult languages in the world.

Ugh! I am trying so hard to learn this language. I already have a "small library" of "Learn Polish
CDs and books. By the time I figure out "who you are talking to", what "case" you are in, what "ending" the word has, whether the situation is "formal or informal", and the context of the conversation.....I'm exhausted and frustrated!

I studied the French language in High School. That was easy compared to Polish!

But...the determination is there, so hopefully, I'll have some grasp of the language before my next trip to Poland.

Karinka
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
2 Jan 2010 #39
You can't demand correct grammar from yourself in the beginning. You have to learn the language step by step.

Or else you will not succeed.
dutchiewithpole
17 Apr 2010 #40
Oh hell,

I am Dutch and will marry my Polish romantic guy in October. Hell yes Polish guys can be romantic. Mine proposed on one knee, but first made sure he asked my parents. Also, he proposed to me after just knowing each other for three months, we are now almost two years together and he is the best I could ever imagine. And no he is no p*ssy or g*ylord or whatever, he works as project manager in the marine industry and has a very manly job.

So you see - it is possible.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,296
18 Apr 2010 #41
I thank you in advance for entertaining my Qs.

So what's the latest? Hope thing are going well. I wouldn't make any assumptions on what Polish men are like but rather on how the particular person is. We're all so different...

A friend of mine has an "artistic"profession, he's a musician. He is a base player and drummer in a band, yet he hates "art" and when he doesn't play music he plays computer games or works on his house. I have a very technical job - fly airplanes for a living yet a love poetry and enjoy art galeries. (mom paints).

Had an outsider looked into our presumed interests, personalities, etc. he/she would've been dead wrong. So as clichè as it sounds just listen to your own heart.
Jonquil8
10 Apr 2014 #42
AFTER I married a Polish man, a surprising number of acquaintances warned me that Polish men are wonderful, romantic, spiritual and loving until a few weeks into the marriage, when they turn into something very different indeed. Each of them had a sister/friend/workmate/daughter who had got a nasty shock after the honeymoon period, when the wonderful Polish man had turned into a domineering, rude, bad-tempered tyrant.

Oh no, I said, he's not like that. But I was so wrong. His attitude and behaviour towards me changed radically and permanently after the first few months. Verbally abusive, sneering, venomously insulting. I could not understand what was going on, and he clearly also did not understand why I found his new behaviour a problem - it seemed totally normal to him.

So many belated warnings - there must be quite a few of them about, though of course not every Polish man is like it. BUT be very careful indeed. If this happens to you, get out fast.
SingleFemale 2 | 55
15 Apr 2014 #43
I advise you to be wary of him and his motives. You barely know him;one month is not enough to know a person, be it Polish or otherwise. Don't be too eager to get engaged. Get to know him a lot first.


Home / Love / Opinion from Polish men on this please (Polish men so 'spiritually' romantic?)
BoldItalic [quote]
 
To post as Guest, enter a temporary username or login and post as a member.