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Seanus 15 | 19,706
9 Nov 2009 #151
Obviously ;) ;) Why of course ;)
polomintz 2 | 46
10 Nov 2009 #152
my name is jennifer and it rhymes with lucifer:D

jen(luc)ifer:D

ive got ginger hair and i suppose that makes me the anti christ lol

rooaarrr

ok boys! i go and get my whip and crack it around your asses:D:P
AFC_1903 - | 7
11 Nov 2009 #153
When someone has something that is different it makes people notice them. It may be any number of things, from the way they act, dress or their physical attributes. It may even be their accent.

For me (1/2 Scot's, 1/2 Irish) I find Polish women to be highly attractive. I got fed up of the attitudes of so many people in the UK/Ireland and the way so many people act with apparently no respect for themselves or others. So many of the women there dress for a night out as if they are going to work on a street corner for the night, and then drink until they fall over.

In Poland however they are classy in the way they dress and act, they look after themselves with regard to diet, exercise etc, they like to do things (activities, self-improving study etc) instead of just slumping in front of a TV for the night and are extremely ladylike - and that rates very highly with me.

As to what their attraction to us is? With the exception of our kilts and dashing good looks, I dunno!

Oh, I remembered - it is the Irish/Scots gaelic accent...! (See below) :-D

dailytelegraph.com.au/news/wacky/french-lose-title-of-having-sexiest-accent-with-the-irish-now-having-the-voices-of-lust-and-love/story-e6frev20-1225794021599
Seanus 15 | 19,706
14 Nov 2009 #154
I'm 75% Scottish and 25% Irish. Opposites attract for sure.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
14 Nov 2009 #155
I'm 75% Scottish and 25% Irish.

Sweet Jesus, not you and all. Another walking talking maths equation. ;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
14 Nov 2009 #156
I can't help bloodlines, RN. Haven't you noticed that connection?
Albanaich 2 | 31
14 Nov 2009 #157
Cutting through the sex garbage. . . . . .

Last year I spent some time living in an apartment block with Poles. . . . . we used to pass each other on the stairs every day.

After a few weeks as I carried my beer up the stairs I said to Polish guy I knew as a regular. . . . .fancy drink?

Everything changed. . .. .along with that impressive line 'you're not like everyone else' - 'no, I'm Scots'

English v Poles - no contest :-)
Gercasty - | 3
22 Nov 2009 #158
Randal
Hi Randal. I'm new to this forum – and a Scot. I visited Poland for the first time this year – Poznan and Wroclaw – and was blown away. I had an absolutely fantastic time and fell in love with the country, the food, the people.

So much so that I'm about to launch an online magazine aimed at the Polish community in Scotland and Scots (and that means you!) with Polish interests, through family, friends, travel, business.

And you're right about the affinity between the Scots and the Poles. Did you know, for instance, that there has been travel between Scotland and Poland for more than 500 years? And that in the 17th century there were an estimated 40,000 Scots living in Poland? Or that an aberdeenshire man was mayor of Warsaw four times in the 17th century?

There are so many links down through the centuries it is breathtaking. Anyway, my mag should be due to launch in December, with a bit of luck. My email address is gercasty.mac@mac.com. Drop me a line if you'd like a look.

Cheers,

Gerry
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499
22 Nov 2009 #159
Hi Gercasty and welome to the forums. Randy hasn't posted for a while but he may still be lurking.

Did you know

Yep we do, just use the search facility in the top right of the screen.

launch an online magazine

Sounds interesting - keep us posted. In what way will it be different from the others that are about ?

scotland.pl

magazynemigrant.pl

Good luck on the launch.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Nov 2009 #160
A small break in a relationship really reignites the flame. My wife is such a loving person, even more so for having been away for a week. God Bless her!!
Gercasty - | 3
28 Mar 2010 #161
Scots and Poles are good buddies because we're the same kind of people – we work hard, play hard, like a drink. We're open, friendly, up for a laugh. What's not to like? I produce a monthly online magazine for Scots and Poles called Scotsbarszcz. It's completely and utterly free. Cherck it out at scotsbarszcz.com
Seanus 15 | 19,706
28 Mar 2010 #162
Well put, gercasty! I really get on well with all kinds of Poles here. I can actually use cześć with many shop workers to keep the mood light and they are fine with that. Trevek promoted your magazine.
grubas 12 | 1,391
28 Mar 2010 #163
Ketling the first Scottish immigrant to PL.(the ginger dude)-)
youtube.com/watch?v=_T-7wv4vGk0
Seanus 15 | 19,706
28 Mar 2010 #164
No gimmicks, please, simply red is here :) Scots and Poles make for a turbulent relationship but it's about understanding each other's fire. My wife will quite often say 'kurwa' in ostensible anger but that's just her way and she lightens up soon after. There is much compatibility really :)
grubas 12 | 1,391
28 Mar 2010 #165
Acctually his name was Hassling-Ketling of Elgin.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
28 Mar 2010 #166
I'm sure it was i co z tego? I'd rather discuss real relationships.
grubas 12 | 1,391
28 Mar 2010 #167
Seanus: i co z tym?

i co z tego?nic.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
28 Mar 2010 #168
Amateur amateur :( :( Out came the blunder!

God bless Scottish and Polish passion/pride!
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
30 Mar 2010 #169
Another thing that Poles and Scots have in common is highlanders.

youtube.com/watch?v=sgnZ7htD8A4

Some interesting stories on this thread.
Nika 2 | 507
31 Mar 2010 #170
Trevek promoted your magazine.

Is Trevek Scottish?
Mr Grunwald 23 | 1,661
31 Mar 2010 #171
Another thing that Poles and Scots have in common is highlanders.

Thanks for sharing :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
31 Mar 2010 #172
Yeah, we both have a great tradition in that respect. The Polish highlanders are more temperamental, it is said. Scottish ones are more patriotic in the main, they identify with the whole nation more.
Mr Grunwald 23 | 1,661
31 Mar 2010 #173
Scottish ones are more patriotic in the main, they identify with the whole nation more.

By being themselves and saying their Polish, they couldn't be more patriotic :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
31 Mar 2010 #174
I would say there is more of a separation, Mr G. They identify more with their region than their country. In Scotland, we had a clan system across the country and that was a source of national pride. Polish highlanders aren't promoted enough, maybe only in beers like Harnas and Żywiec ;) ;)
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
1 Apr 2010 #175
Grunwald. Thanks for sharing :)

it is a pleasure, i am half a highlander on my mother's side.

Scottish ones are more patriotic in the main

To Scotland or to Britain? or do they look towards Gordon Brown or Alex Salmond?

here is some more: youtube.com/watch?v=4Cs3TYfqLHI

youtube.com/watch?v=rtnc_VeEJw8&feature=related
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499
1 Apr 2010 #176
To Scotland or to Britain?

For Scotland - the idea of "Britain" is alien to many.

do they look towards Gordon Brown or Alex Salmond?

Alex Salmond has achieved fantastic things in Scotland within the remit of the Scottish government - I can't wait until we get full independence.
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
1 Apr 2010 #177
full independence.

Personally i think it will be a sad day. a very sad descent for the once mighty British Empire, the country that in Niall Ferguson's words made the modern world.
Crow 139 | 8,273
1 Apr 2010 #178
Poles and Scotts can do bussines. I can imagine new free Scottland as part of future Slavic Confederation. Poland should offer protection to Scottland from English oppresores
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499
1 Apr 2010 #179
i think it will be a sad day

Why ?

Whoohoo - Eastwood branch SNP came up on the Google ads thingy !

The haters

No hate in any of my posts.
time means 5 | 1,310
1 Apr 2010 #180
You are the rose between two thorns :-)


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