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Polish Pet Names For Girls.


pgtx 30 | 3,157
28 Sep 2009 #61
Skarbie

skarbeczku - used by a woman when she wants to gain something from a man...

little mouse

myszko - feminine - read as above...

don't think that women are nice... they just want something...

;)
Arien 3 | 721
28 Sep 2009 #62
myszko - feminine - read as above...

I know, like I've said, funny! (I think she meant to tell me she was the cat? You know cats, they like to play with mice..)

:)

don't think that women are nice... they just want something...

Oh, I've already figured that out a looooong time ago missy, but I just don't get one thing.. I know they want something, but they always act so friggin' defensive when you're simply asking them if they want something?

;)

Some of them really are though!
pgtx 30 | 3,157
28 Sep 2009 #63
I just don't get one thing.. I know they want something, but they always act so friggin' defensive when you're simply asking them if they want something?

you don't have to get it... just play along...

;)
Arien 3 | 721
28 Sep 2009 #64
Oh, but it's in my nature to always have to get it? (I'm too damn curious, and I already know it's bad for my health!) Hmm.. I suppose I could be convinced to give it a rest though..

;)

Whatever it is I should give a rest!
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
28 Sep 2009 #65
"How was your day, babe?"
-Why you ask that? And why do you always say "babe"??
"Just want to know how your day was and babe is because I like you, babe.
-I think it's stupid you say that!
"Fine, we've established that now. So, how was your day?"
-What you mean by that?
"Mean by what?"
-You were ver sarcastic when you told me about being established.
"No, that was just to confirm."
-To confirm what?
"That you don't like me calling you babe."
- Now you're calling me "babe" again.
"I didn't call you babe."
-Yes you did, you did it just now!!
"Ok, how was your day?"
-Why do you always do that?
"Do what?"
-Not taking me seriously!
"I do."
-Yes you do, you've proven that just now.
"I didn't. How was your day, angel?"
-Not gonna tell you, you've p*ssed me off.

Arien

There are nice mental institutions in the Netherlands. They have nice orderlys and nice nurses. Maybe an idea?

:)

M-G (hm)
pgtx 30 | 3,157
28 Sep 2009 #66
hehe... classic...
Muppet - | 2
8 Nov 2009 #67
ok, i'm trying to figure out what a polish nickname thats been used in my family means & i'm very unsure of the spelling....

poskudna (spelling???) i was told it mean little teddybear but i've tried to look it up & see that teddy bear is different.. i wonder if it's a family thing or what... i don't know..

can someone help me please??
pgtx 30 | 3,157
8 Nov 2009 #68
poskudna (spelling???)

paskudna? - very ugly girl....
Muppet - | 2
8 Nov 2009 #69
seriously? ouch....
Trevor 6 | 66
10 Nov 2009 #70
My girlfriend has the most gorgeous blue eyes. What kind of nickname can you guys come up with that has something to do with her eyes? She loves to her me speak polish and i can't think of anything for her..... IDEAS! Dzięki :D
pgtx 30 | 3,157
10 Nov 2009 #71
My girlfriend has the most gorgeous blue eyes. What kind of nickname can you guys come up with that has something to do with her eyes?

niezapominajka

tell her: "Twoje oczy mają kolor niezapominajek."

forget-me-not flower
Trevor 6 | 66
10 Nov 2009 #72
"Twoje oczy mają kolor niezapominajek."

meaning "Your eyes are the color of a forget-me-not-flower" ??
pgtx 30 | 3,157
10 Nov 2009 #73
in Polish it sounds much better... and niezapominajka is a very blue, delicate and cute flower... tell her, you'll see...
pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niezapominajka
Trevor 6 | 66
10 Nov 2009 #74
She cant really speak alot but she loves the language. I love the way "Twoj oczy mają kolor niezapominajek" sounds. Couldn't i also say "jesteś mój niezapominajka" ??
pgtx 30 | 3,157
10 Nov 2009 #75
jesteś moją niezapominajką...
Trevor 6 | 66
10 Nov 2009 #76
thanks :D you rock i hope she likes it (:
cornelia - | 3
10 Nov 2009 #77
Greetings from Connecticut USA~

Now please address some names to call a beautiful Polish man.

I would like to be able to call him, "My Angel", in his native language.

Also tell me- are ALL Polish men gorgeous, or is my angel (Michael) special (I know he is :)

Thank you all so much! It means a lot to me to make him happy, and he would be so pleased if I were to learn a Polish name.

Love,
Cornelia
Trevor 6 | 66
10 Nov 2009 #78
"My Angel"

Mój Anioł i believe
Bzibzioh
10 Nov 2009 #79
That's when talking ABOUT him. When talking TO him is "mój aniołku" (my little angel) or just "aniołku" as "mój aniołku" may be considered sarcastic sometimes.
Bzibzioh
11 Nov 2009 #83
ty " cipko "

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Johnny RI - | 9
12 Nov 2009 #84
Marek11111
thats what i call my ex.hahaha i think she finally catching on to it.HAHA
gumishu 11 | 5,603
12 Nov 2009 #85
It's actually "honey" which is made by bees and tastes very sweet. A kind of delicacy before mass production which seems more appropriate to me than "little frog or worm" I think :-))

maybe it is but the only Polish miodek use is when the Pooh says about her (in Polish version his) favourite delicacy

cukiereczek doesn't hold the nicest connotations too but it is used by some (some find it nicer than others)
saturn
27 Mar 2010 #86
Anyone know common nicknames for Maria?
Filios1 8 | 1,336
27 Mar 2010 #87
saturn: Maria?

Marysia.
MeganG - | 1
18 Apr 2010 #88
I'm Trying To Think Of A Name For A Pet I'm Getting, A Fennec Fox. I'm Polish, But I Don't Speak It. I Want The Name To Be Polish Since I'm Polish, So It Means Alot To Me. I Have A Middle Name. And It Will Have My Last Name. The Middle Name I'm Thinking Of Is -Serca (Heart)

Anyone Have Any Suggestions?
Fuzzymuff
19 Apr 2010 #89
My Boyfriend calls me his little cum dumpster! not sure how that translates to polish but good luck! x
Varsovian 92 | 634
19 Apr 2010 #90
If I called my wife that I think that would be the end of my sex life permanently, with anyone.


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