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Are the Polish the most suspicious people in Europe?


ShortHairThug - | 1,103
2 May 2010 #31
POSCO
There’s a simple explanation for this. Let me put your mind at ease; we are very suspicious of people who can’t express themselves. Besides the obvious resentment you may feel towards her (she’s obviously the one that told you to take a hike) and the usual bi***ing and moaning that follows it, you don’t bring anything useful to this forum which reflects badly on the people you represent, hell you can’t even take a hint. So she told you to fvck off, get over it, it’s neither the first time nor the last. Find yourself a good shrink who can cure you of whatever it is that ails you. Now be a good little lad and brake with this forum. For fvck sakes do all Latin man act like little schoolgirls? You bring shame on them all.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 May 2010 #32
That's another excellent insight, SHT. Spot on! Poles don't like fence sitters and I can be that way. They take me to task on that. My wife got angry with me for not expressing myself clearly on some issues. I like to be somewhere inbetween.
agugu6210 2 | 17
2 May 2010 #33
Seanus...i am not surprised ..hehehe.she should kicked you ass off
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 May 2010 #34
I think that my inbetween position is better. I hate wieĊ›niaki that just blow air and there's no way I can think like them. Kick my as* off??
z_darius 14 | 3,968
2 May 2010 #35
My wife got angry with me for not expressing myself clearly on some issues. I like to be somewhere inbetween.

looks like she's the one with the balls at home :)
frd 7 | 1,399
2 May 2010 #36
That's another excellent insight, SHT. Spot on! Poles don't like fence sitters and I can be that way. They take me to task on that. My wife got angry with me for not expressing myself clearly on some issues. I like to be somewhere inbetween.

I always though that it's not a matter of nationality, rather a matter of education, people after technical courses tend to prefer dry facts, clearly stated coherent input data. And it's usually the opposite for people who finished any humanism related studies, history, languages and so on, for them there's always room for buts and ifs.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 May 2010 #37
Exactly, frd. That explains a lot! I wouldn't say so, Dariusz.
OP POSCO
2 May 2010 #38
SHT, WELL, WELL, WELL, A VERY GOOD IMAGINATION THAT YOU HAVE!!!! dont analize me!!! FACE THE FACTS!!! THE POLISH ARE VERY SUSPICIOUS PEOPLE. AND WHAT? WHAT IS PROBLEM? EVERY PEOPLE HAVE THEY OWN CARACTERISTICS, THATS NOTHING WONG WITH THAT.... THE POLISH ARE LIKE THIS...AND THATS ALL....

FORTUNALLY ITS NOT ONLY ME THAT I AM SAYING....LOTS OF PERSONS IN THE NET THINK THE SAME, ITS JUST YOU DO A RESEARCH AND YOU WILL FIND OUT....
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 May 2010 #39
POSCO, I don't think SHT will 'analize' you, LOL ;)

They are generally suspicious, yes. However, it's the extent that matters.
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
2 May 2010 #40
I have a pitifull withered twig in my pants and dont like it one bit!!!

There, fixed it:)

Also its quite obvious the girl told you to GTFO and being a nutless specimen you can't deal with it.
OP POSCO
2 May 2010 #41
HAVOK, DONT GET EXCITED :) THERES NO GOOD FOR YOU HEALTHY, COME DOWN MAN...
thank you, Seanus...
Theres also another caracteristic i found in Polish, THEY ALL HAVE A GOOD IMAGINATION...
SOKRATES, YOU HAVE ALSO GOOD IMAGINATION... I FINISH WITH HER, BECAUSE SHE WAS JEAULOUS, AND SUSPICIOUS, AND YOU KNOW WHAT? SHE WAS ALSO JEALOUS ABOUT MY MONEY!!!!! BUT SHE DIDNT GET A CHEAT!!! :) I BET KNOW SHE IS TRYING TO GET ANOTHER IDIOT TO TAKE SOME MONEY OUT....SHE IS DESESPERATE TO GET OUT OF WARSAW, SHE HATE THE POLISH WEATHER,THE POLISH BEHAVIOUR, SHE THINK MOST OF YOU ARE RUDE!!! AND TO TELL YOU THE TRUE I WAS IN WARSAW 3 TIMES, AND I DISAGREE, I DONT HAVE ANY COMPLAINS ABOUT THE POLISH PERSON.... I TOLD THAT I DISAGREE OF HER OPINION, AND HER ANSWER WAS " YOU SAY THAT BECAUSE YOU DONT LIVE IN HERE ALL TIME"

Please switch off your caps. Typing in caps is considered rude and shouting on Internet forums.
Havok 10 | 912
2 May 2010 #42
what, you're a doctor now too Romeo? How do you know what's good for my health?

What i can't figure out is why are you so persistent about proving your point?

Ok. some Polish girls are jealous, suspicious and gold diggers.

A lot of polish people are suspicious too.

Does this make you feel better now?

Did she hurt your feelings? Ripped your hart out? awww, Now you know not to f*ck with hot polish chicks. Move on bud. Try your own.
frd 7 | 1,399
2 May 2010 #43
Exactly, frd. That explains a lot!

Sorry it was supposed to sound more like a question than a statement, I was wondering if you had similar feelings about people in general and if it might relate to polish people behaving as they are..
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 May 2010 #44
Oh, I think it's the same in many countries, frd. In Japan, not. They tend to agree regardless and sit on the fence most of the time.
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
3 May 2010 #45
SOKRATES, YOU HAVE ALSO GOOD IMAGINATION...

Back on planet earth, not to generalise but your reaction is quite common among Latinos, a girl dumps you so to protect your p3nis from further shrinking you go around making up tall stories.

"She stole my money" sounds a lot better than "she told me to scram after 5 dates and doesnt answer my calls" doesnt it? Seriously grow some balls you pathetic little faggot, also dont rape the caps lock.

Oh, I think it's the same in many countries, frd. In Japan, not. They tend to agree regardless and sit on the fence most of the time.

Oh stfu and pick a side Sean :))))
Exiled 2 | 425
3 May 2010 #46
Even Balkan power sometimes falls short to subordinate Slavic women.I was recently scammed by one of them and the rest displays unpredictable behaviour.Time for the whip.
Barr_2009 1 | 252
3 May 2010 #47
I'd be more suspicious of them, than they of me in future, having experienced what I experienced.
Exiled 2 | 425
3 May 2010 #48
Generally they are ready to sell you for two pieces of sh1t.But we are faster than them.
Havok 10 | 912
3 May 2010 #49
Polish women are the hottest, most patient and trustworthy people in the world and I'm not saying this just because my wife is Polish.

When we travel or vacation somewhere, there are always some dickweeds trying hit on her behind my back. Am I worried? Nope. I can trust her with my life.

I'm a pretty rowdy person and considering all of that crazy sh*t I’ve done, (embarrassingly in some high class places) I’m kind of suppressed she’s still willing to put up with me.

I tell you what, if I decided to punch you in your face for no reason, she wouldn’t question it, she would kick you right in your balls and then run after me.

It’s just a silly example, in fact she is well cultured, sophisticated and very tiny thing that would not hurt a fly. She is also well educated, very intelligent and very successful at her professional life.

I would say most Polish women are this way in the US. If you can’t hook up with that, then I suspect there maybe something seriously wrong with you, because I know I’m wacked.
Miguel Colombia - | 351
3 May 2010 #50
Polish women are the hottest, most patient and trustworthy people in the world and I'm not saying this just because my wife is Polish.

When we travel or vacation somewhere, there are always some dickweeds trying hit on her behind my back. Am I worried? Nope. I can trust her with my life.

Most hilarious post today. Thanks for the laugh!
Havok 10 | 912
3 May 2010 #51
I sense some sarcasm here Miguel. You know, I’m a pretty hones guy. Can you tell me why this is so funny? How many girlfriends did have in your life time? Considering that your a forum geek probably not that many. Please do tell.
Miguel Colombia - | 351
3 May 2010 #52
How many girlfriends did have in your life time? Considering that your a forum geek probably not that many. Please do tell.

3 girlfriends and not having any more. I will enjoy my stay in eastern europe ;)
Havok 10 | 912
3 May 2010 #53
Sounds like you got hurt. I'm sorry about that bud.

You need to be careful, it’s like playing with fire. Once you learn how, it will keep you worm to the rest of your life.
Mr Grunwald 29 | 2,014
4 May 2010 #54
I don't trust this guy, he doesn't wear a "nisselue"
*looks for his "grøt" to check out if he is a human being or not*
pawian 176 | 14,299
10 Oct 2019 #55
Wrong. We are the most suspicious in the world lol

Well, I think it sometimes might be a bit true. :):)
That can be explained by looking at Polish history - since 1717, when a foreign power started to exert is direct control on Polish politics, it continued for centuries with short breaks. In result, Poles developed suspicion to survive various foreign occupations - is my neighbour/friend/workmate/family member a true Pole or an agent working for a foreign power? Such knowledge was often crucial for one`s welfare or even survival.

Simple.
Lyzko 29 | 7,275
10 Oct 2019 #56
Possibly among the older generation in particular, years of Communist snitching and surveillance left permanent scar tissue on the society
as a whole, much as in the former GDR, creating a degree of extreme wariness, often absent from Western culture.

That's my guess at any rate.
pawian 176 | 14,299
10 Oct 2019 #57
Yes, but communism was the final part of a series of foreign occupations which had taken place since 18th century. Simply speaking, the tradition of Polish suspicion is older than communism.
Miloslaw 8 | 3,196
10 Oct 2019 #58
is my neighbour/friend/workmate/family member a true Pole or an agent working for a foreign power?

This is true.
My own family were betrayed by a communist headmaster of a local school and sent to Siberia for their patriotism.
But as you say, it goes back way before communism.
Poles are suspicious of many things and hypochondriacs too!
pawian 176 | 14,299
10 Oct 2019 #59
Even worse than that: as hypochondriacs, they still don`t believe their doctors. That is why there is a Polish saying: each Pole is the best doctor for himself/herself. I vaguely remember.
Miloslaw 8 | 3,196
10 Oct 2019 #60
each Pole is the best doctor for himself/herself.

I am afraid that I am guilty of that trait too.......


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