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How to find an English speaking boyfriend in Poland


greenclover1 1 | 25
24 Aug 2010 #1
Hello everyone
This is my first post here and I'm glad I found this forum. I wanna ask your advice about something even though it might seem a bit silly. I am a Polish female living in Poland- and I'd like to find a native English speaking boyfriend. My English is pretty decent so it's not like I'm trying to find myself a tutor. It's hard to explain but I just love the language, the culture and due to my history I do associate my love life with English. The thing is that I'm not planning to relocate to another country, I like it where I am. I don't live in Warsaw or Krakow either so meeting some English speaking people is not so easy. Also I don't like those dating sites, so what options do I have ? Any tips anyone?
southern 75 | 7,096
24 Aug 2010 #2
Send a message to Seanus.Just kidding.However if you want native greek speaker here I am.(I hope your love life included just white english not generally british wannabes).
OP greenclover1 1 | 25
24 Aug 2010 #3
Southern: Greek is interesting too. But I never said British only. I said native English speakers. And to your disappointment maybe- I'm not a racist.
southern 75 | 7,096
24 Aug 2010 #4
You can find thousands of Arabs and pakis this way.You Polki tend not to make the distinction.English speaking does not mean fan of english culture.On the other hand I although Greek am a slavophile.
MIPK - | 69
24 Aug 2010 #5
i met my girlfriend at a mates wedding... (i'm Scots, with an Australian mix... so not really English speaking...) and i'm relocating to be with her... so it can happen... you know any English speaking people?? as that always helps a little i guess.. not really helpful am i...
OP greenclover1 1 | 25
24 Aug 2010 #6
Thanks MIPK. Most of my friends are English speaking. The problem is that all of them live outside of Poland. I'm attending my English mate's wedding in November- you say there's hope ;) ?
southern 75 | 7,096
24 Aug 2010 #7
It depends on what you will wear during the wedding.
plk123 8 | 4,150
24 Aug 2010 #8
yes, definitely wear your dentures, the english will be impressed. lol
MIPK - | 69
24 Aug 2010 #9
for sure! If you don't have a dream... how are you going to have a dream come true?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
24 Aug 2010 #10
I teach people, southern, not have my way with them like you do ;) Nor do I go out drinking and look, why would I?

I don't go in for the Skype thing either.

To the OP, it depends where you are. Going to expat bars is your best bet but you should live in a city for that.
zetigrek
24 Aug 2010 #11
I teach people, southern, not have my way with them like you do

you should take money for that.

Nor do I go out drinking and look, why would I?

to have a fun?
;D

Ok, there is a Scot guy on this board who is currently free and looking for friends (not Seanus!). Ask about d... he might be intrested.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
24 Aug 2010 #12
Ok, there is a Scot guy on this board who is currently free and looking for friends (not Seanus!). Ask about d... he might be intrested.

No no and no again.

Trust me the last thing I need is a match maker...

When did I ever say I was looking for friends?
OP greenclover1 1 | 25
24 Aug 2010 #13
Hmm do you know any expat bars in Katowice or the area by any chance?
zetigrek
24 Aug 2010 #14
No no and no again.

Trust me the last thing I need is a match maker...

Ok, sorry :)

Hmm do you know any expat bars in Katowice or the area by any chance?

Just a one who is not intrested.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
24 Aug 2010 #15
Hmm do you know any expat bars in Katowice or the area by any chance?

Try the Irish Mbassy, a S African friend of mine runs it. It should have its fair share of expats in it.
OP greenclover1 1 | 25
24 Aug 2010 #16
I'm not treating this forum as a dating site Zetigrek ;) - I was just hoping for some tips.. So does anyone know about any expat bars near Katowice?
zetigrek
24 Aug 2010 #17
Irish Mbassy

Does Lodz has such place where expats goes frequently? (besides Peron 6.)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
24 Aug 2010 #19
There is a bar down the stairs from the station and 3-4 mins off to the left, I can't remember the name. There is a charismatic American that goes there. My friend lives in Katowice and he is happy enough with the options there.

Having fun isn't allowed when married, Zeti. Besides, many don't look like they are having fun here anyway.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
24 Aug 2010 #20
Does Lodz has such place where expats goes frequently? (besides Peron 6.)

No idea, the women there have scared all the men away I think ;)

ok thanks dtaylor5632

No problem ;)

Having fun isn't allowed when married, Zeti. Besides, many don't look like they are having fun here anyway.

Hehe, bit early to be saying that! Or is it true, once they have you tied down you can kiss goodbye to anything that affects your sperm count?? :)
OP greenclover1 1 | 25
24 Aug 2010 #21
Thanks Seanus. I'll try the bars on the left from the station :)
zetigrek
24 Aug 2010 #22
Besides, many don't look like they are having fun here anyway.

I'm sorry to hear that... Why's that?

Having fun isn't allowed when married, Zeti.

You can't have good fun together?

No idea, the women there have scared all the men away I think ;)

Oh what women??? Maybe my friend?
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
24 Aug 2010 #23
You can't have good fun together?

He married a Polish lass, being seen out the house without having eggs thrown at him by protesting Catholic babkas is too much of a risk ;):D
Seanus 15 | 19,706
24 Aug 2010 #24
Davie, it's one big pressure valve ;) ;)

Katowice does have its fair share of foreigners. Try the language schools which might have suggestions for expat bars. Also, it's moving away from summer but try ul.Stawowa which is the main street connecting the station to EMPIK. Foreigners can be found there.

Dave answered beautifully and succinctly :)
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
24 Aug 2010 #25
Maybe my friend?

Why? What has she done? :D
zetigrek
24 Aug 2010 #26
He married a Polish lass, being seen out the house without having eggs thrown at him by protesting Catholic babkas is too much of a risk ;):D

I know he's married to polish woman. But kurcze Seanus take your lad pod pachę i w balety z nią! ;)

Davie, it's one big pressure valve ;) ;)

Oh just tell her she needs more friends and you could do some nice things together ;)
OP greenclover1 1 | 25
24 Aug 2010 #27
ul. Stawowa should work. I just need a banner with me and I'm sure I can find some :)
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
24 Aug 2010 #28
I'm curious, what would you put on the banner?
zetigrek
24 Aug 2010 #29
Why? What has she done? :D

She was very pretty waitress who was seducing every men in the neighbourhood ;) But it was long time ago. She was in Ireland last time when I had a hearing from here...
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
24 Aug 2010 #30
She was very pretty waitress who was seducing every men in the neighbourhood ;

That's got my attention, still up for that match making job??!! :P :D


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