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the strange polish girl who broke my heart


Persian_Prince
26 Mar 2007  #1
i am a persian boy, a student. i met a polish girl a few years back in poland, when i was there for university. she was cute, short and very friendly.

soon we became friends (with other foriegn students too). we had fun, site seeing etc. although all the time she seemed to be particularly interested in me!

it was me, a peurto rican, an indian, a chinese girl and a south african (black) boy. we all were invited to her birthday where we all had a great party, and everyone (including the polish girl) drink and danced. only the chinese girl and the indian boy didnt drink and left early, otherwise we all where partying, and i was there only for her.

i started drinking too, as she forced me. time went by, people left > only i remained there with her. we stayed together that night, even slept together! we had sex.

next morning her parents came to know that we spent the night together, where she lied that we didnt have sex, just slept as we were over drunk. her parents were still angry on her, i just moved away before things came down to me!

later she behaved as nothing had happened. she still says she is just friend. i told her my feelings, but she keeps saying 'life is short, and I dont want to commit now!, please let us remain friends - i just want to have fun!' .

THIS SHOCKS ME! I NEVER HAD SEX BEFORE, I NEVER GOT DRUNK, AND I NEVER LOVED ANYONE SO MUCH BEFORE! >> is this common for polish girls? is this treated normally? how can you be like this? how? > i feel heartbroken, i feel empty ever since, so i like to share my story here with you all.

DO YOU WANT TO SHARE SOMETHING TOO?

she is 20
i am 23
szkotja2007 27 | 1,500
26 Mar 2007  #2
So a cute 20 year old Polish girl, forces you to get drunk, has sex with you and then wants absolutely no commitment from you - just wants to have fun...........!!!!!
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
26 Mar 2007  #3
DO YOU WANT TO SHARE SOMETHING TOO

You can have my last Rolo if you want
hello 22 | 891
26 Mar 2007  #4
Frankly, it is shocking to me that you are 23 and have never got drunk? If you want to socialize and meet new people, you need to have a drink or two - especially at your age.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,512
26 Mar 2007  #5
get drunk and fuk her best friend...
Ranj 21 | 948
26 Mar 2007  #6
DO YOU WANT TO SHARE SOMETHING TOO?

I'll share this with you: chalk this one up to a learning experience....drunken sex rarely leads to something more serious......you both are young and shouldn't be tying yourselves down right now......go out and live a little.......one thing, don't get drunk again and fuk her best friend (unless, of course, she's really HOT and it will make the other one jealous)!

[I hope you see the sarcasm in that last remark]
hyypia 3 | 41
26 Mar 2007  #7
just hope all the best with u. forget about her...
LoneStranger 3 | 382
26 Mar 2007  #8
it is shocking to me that you are 23 and have never got drunk? If you want to socialize and meet new people, you need to have a drink or two - especially at your age.

Please note: This is a misleading advise.

Persian_Prince

You slipped. It is your fault also. If you are so nice, then why were you a part of this sick atmosphere?
You yourself have written that the Indian and Chinese left and was not a part of this really crazy party. So you did get tempted didnt you? ... and you have paid for it.

See... such parties happen in Poland. Such people are found everywhere, who come easy and go easy... So there is no use thinking or tearing your hair after them.

I have no advise for you. You will probably do whatever suits you.

Sayonara :)...

P.S. Polish women are not like that. All kinds of people here...many of my friends (me including) wait for the right girl, and avoid alcohol at any cost! I AM A POLISH.
hello 22 | 891
26 Mar 2007  #9
i met a polish girl a few years back in poland

Polish women are not like that.

Who's telling the truth then? Maybe the girl wasn't Polish after all.. Hmm..
LoneStranger 3 | 382
26 Mar 2007  #10
hello

I dont say she wasnt. Probably she was, and I do accept the truth (I will accept that whatever he wrote was true). BUT this is not what most polish girls are like.

I know our women, and they are more mature and more careful. It is true that I have heard the same rumour that Polish girls are attracted towards eastern men! But I can assure anyone that Polish girls are very careful in that, and THEY are certainly not like this one.

This girl seems to be one of those hooligan, who exist in every country.
James Bond
26 Mar 2007  #11
i feel heartbroken,

Sh*t happens. We've all been there. Join the club.
LoneStranger 3 | 382
26 Mar 2007  #12
We've all been there

not all :) ... some are more careful. But, dont give up, take this as a mistake...and move on towards betterment.
James Bond
26 Mar 2007  #13
But, dont give up,

It is all in my distant past. Part of the learning curve.
LoneStranger 3 | 382
26 Mar 2007  #14
in my distant past

Remember your past. Accept whats wrong is wrong. Look forward towards the future, and try your best to have it correct.

A human's life is a constant journey towards perfection. Some are ahead, some are behind. Some are very sharp and fast moving ahead....some are slow....some too slow.... BUT the important matter is that you are moving AHEAD! ....not static/stagnent!

Even thinking good is a part of development/improvement......giving up/not bothering about it/accepting the wrong as a fact of life....is not only degrading yourself as a human, but also will take you towards primitive attributes of impurity and give you a restless heart.
James Bond
26 Mar 2007  #15
Look forward towards the future

Lonestranger your thoughts would be best directed to Persian_Prince. I have reached contentment in life.
shewolf 5 | 1,077
26 Mar 2007  #16
is this common for polish girls? is this treated normally?

No, not all Polish women behave this way.
Decorator 4 | 291
27 Mar 2007  #17
I don't believe in god myself, i'm 41 still single, have no plans to get married, enjoy a drink, living in different countries and would say i have tremendous inner peace. I choose to live life to the full now, i have had some wonderful experiences in my life and will continue to do so. :) I guess at the end of the day it's entirely down to the individual...
scotjock 1 | 40
27 Mar 2007  #18
For gawds sake PP, this happens. It's not a Polish thing, and it's not an age thing either. Hope you were not too smashed to remember it though. Enjoy the memory of losing your virginity and look forward to your next bonk. It might just be round the corner :)
rayman27
30 Mar 2007  #19
hi, i loved one polish girl. we was going to marry this year june. i went to my country for a three week off, cz my granpa was ill. when i came back i came to know she chitted me. slept with a man from work. a srilankan man shaged her. oviously she started first. when i asked she said she is a *****. after two year i came to know i loved a *****.

i still hold the ring i bought for her.
what i come to know that polish nation are confuced nation. they r so confuced that they will make ur head bannnnnnngggggg
rayman76bd@yahoo
EmerMo 1 | 8
1 Apr 2007  #20
Dude!

You can't possibly think that after 1 night of drunken sex (where you were both drunk) leads to 'true love' the next day?

These sorts of situations happen regardless of what part of the world you are partying in. You can't fall in love with every random encounter.
poshnpink - | 13
12 Sep 2007  #21
Things like that happens anywhere. So its not really fair to generalize all Polish women as such. Even here in my country where people are still hypocritically traditional, stuff like that happens to young people.

What I can say is... I probably would have done the same thing. I'd lie to my parents the same way she did. It was a mistake to get drunk and have sex in the first place. Being together (just because you had sex) even if she doesn't love you wont make it all right.

She isn't ready for commitments, or serious relationships. She told you that, and she even said "please". So respect it.
Kasiagoska
13 Jul 2010  #22
I thing you got a lot of advices. I my opinion you can find that kind of girls everywhere. **** happends like sombody wrote. My advice is wait for your true love it will come. Good luck. And one thing Not all of the POlish girls are like this one.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
13 Jul 2010  #23
"Never trust a woman with your heart". Said by who? It was a woman, I can say that much :)
southern 75 | 7,097
13 Jul 2010  #24
The only thing I can trust to a woman are my condoms.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
13 Jul 2010  #25
Casual sex must be understood for what it is. There cannot be magic expectations from it.
southern 75 | 7,097
13 Jul 2010  #26
There cannot be magic expectations from it.

Tell that to women.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
13 Jul 2010  #27
I can't for obvious reasons. I have a very good one :) Besides, I always found the clubber type here to be vain and snooty. They don't square with my way of approaching life. Even in Scotland they were the same. Far better to have a beer with a woman away from the clubs where the drink talks too much. The Japanese surprisingly weren't that way excessively. They still had the 'best in the world' thing going on but they were more approachable.
George8600 10 | 637
25 Jul 2010  #28
later she behaved as nothing had happened

It's called a one-night stand. It happens everywhere in the world with girls of different ethnicity and has nothing do with the fact she's Polish. If you'd ask next time this would help, if she told you elsewise and didn't commit then I guess she's the problem. But still, ethnicity is irrelevant to this....
Barr_2009 1 | 252
26 Jul 2010  #29
hi, i loved one polish girl. we was going to marry this year june. i went to my country for a three week off, cz my granpa was ill. when i came back i came to know she chitted me. slept with a man from work.

ahh yes that's what I saw.. Confused!The Polish are a special people! or at least the women, a special confused kind of woman, haha
Seanus 15 | 19,706
27 Jul 2010  #30
Yeah, you are spoken to when work doesn't enter the equation. When it's 'pracy pracy pracy' for them, you have to remind them that you exist.

I have seen some very weird emotions in some women here but, then again, no different from elsewhere.


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