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Well.. I got a Polish girl pregnant..


JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
16 Jan 2010 #31
If this pregnancy was unintentional between you two then all I can say is that you're a ******* idiot. It's a sad thing that a moron has to breed.

it's a sad thing that a moron thinks he can advise other people on how to live their lives and how and when to breed. the guy wasn't asking for a moral asessment but for ways to get his pregnant girlfriend a visa so she can stay with him in the US. is that so morally wrong? accidents happen and not all pregnancies are planned despite there being so many contraceptive methods these days. so if you can't answer to the question posed by the thread's author, put a sock in it.
nomaderol 5 | 726
16 Jan 2010 #32
for a moral asessment but for ways to get his pregnant girlfriend a visa so she can stay with him in the US. is that so morally wrong? accidents happen

while there is much easier thing to do, to do somethings at the place where accident happened (poland) that means the guy stays and lives in poland with the pregnant girl, why is he forcing to do things. she probably wants to go to usa and that usa guy does not want to live in poland. maybe, we should ask her/his opinion of baby too.. maybe, this is most important thing to be done.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
16 Jan 2010 #33
How much money does an electrical engineer make on average in the UK?

You mean an "electrican" That would depend - a guy can charge whatever he likes, but Ive never met a poor electrican lets put it that way. My friends ex husband fits aircon systems and will gross about £6.5k per month ($9,750), so thats an indication of what someone can earn.

Now a question for you, why are you so pissed off that this guy wants to take his g/f to the US, Im sure she is better educated than a lot of Americans and will in time contribute to your system, unlike the trailor trash and other immigrants thet breed like rats and contribute nothing, also, sweetie, the Poles along with other europeans were the ones that built your fine country! Not the trash that flock over your boarders that you are giving citizenship to now like sweeties to a kid..

put a sock in it.

Bravo!
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
16 Jan 2010 #34
she probably wants to go to usa and that usa guy does not want to live in poland.

the guy wants the best for his gf and their babies and he probably can't provide them with that in Poland, especially if he hasn't got a job there. you would naturally want what is best for your family and if the prospects for that are better in the US then i don't see why they shouldn't move.
nomaderol 5 | 726
16 Jan 2010 #35
he should have thought these before travelling to poland and making a girl pregnant there. and, girl too probably wanting to go to usa. better future in usa or poland? time will show. btw, this is also about the future of baby.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
16 Jan 2010 #36
he should have thought these before travelling to poland and making a girl pregnant there.

it was not the plan was it, it has been outlined already and now they are trying to find the best solution. just glad it wasn't abortion.

this is also about the future of baby.

this is by all means about the future of the children, that's what the fuss is all about
nomaderol 5 | 726
16 Jan 2010 #37
it was not the plan was it, it has been outlined already and now they are trying to find the best solution. just glad it wasn't abortion.

who knows.. my nose smelling an odor in guys words and action (travelling to have fun in poland, but, probably he did not have a baby in his plan, so this shows he is not so smart) and also an odor in girl's action that used the baby to travel to usa. if their plan was really a family plan, then, in my opinion, poland is better for baby. btw, girl probably knew abortion is illegal in poland.

this is by all means about the future of the children, that's what the fuss is all about

future means children. it is about what world you want to leave them. no, you dont have to think the children when thinking future. then, you think only the grave, heaven, hell, etc like religious capitalist mentality does. children remind you of that there is a limit to selfishness. like it or not, it is so. natural thing.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
16 Jan 2010 #38
wtf are you on about, put a sock in it if you have nothing helpful to add, like the other twit. you don't know the situation and you can't help them so why speculate about some 'odours'??
nomaderol 5 | 726
16 Jan 2010 #39
put a sock in it

you are too helpful. heh. you should have adviced this before he traveled to poland.
hmm, maybe, he was so poor that he was unable to buy even a sock (in that case, living in poland is better as it is cheaper to live) or his sock was emitting some bad odors.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
16 Jan 2010 #40
you should have adviced this before he traveled to poland.

this is advice to you, put a sock in your mouth and stop talking rubbish. get it now?
nomaderol 5 | 726
16 Jan 2010 #41
ok, let me take the drive control again as we are going off-the road now.

you don't know the situation and you can't help them so why speculate about some 'odours'??

sure, i dont know. all i know a male came here and asked for advice(?) and the reality we know is that he is a guy from usa who travelled to poland to enjoy a baby, but, heck, another baby appeared on the road. now, he is planning to return to usa and planning to take her to usa also. and, there is a baby in a body. who shall we think more? guy? gal? or baby? i am sure guy and gal consider themselves intelligent enough not to get any advice. so, why is he posting here? ok, lets say advice. then, i think i gave the best advice by reminding him of another possibility that is about living in poland. what did you do? bla bla.
Ogien 6 | 245
16 Jan 2010 #42
You mean an "electrican" That would depend - a guy can charge whatever he likes, but Ive never met a poor electrican lets put it that way. My friends ex husband fits aircon systems and will gross about £6.5k per month ($9,750), so thats an indication of what someone can earn.

Wait what? I hope you're not mistaking electrical engineer for electrician LMAO. Two very different occupations sir. Electrical engineers don't charge whatever they want; they are paid by their company a certain income.

Not the trash that flock over your boarders that you are giving citizenship to now like sweeties to a kid..

I wasn't pissed about that. I was a little pissed before because I thought this was just some random girl that he knocked up without thinking clearly. I didn't know it was his wife.

Also, you cannot assume that she's definitely educated. However, if she is educated in a field in which we don't have enough Americans partaking in, then I gladly welcome her to the USA.

it's a sad thing that a moron thinks he can advise other people on how to live their lives and how and when to breed.

Yeah, I can advise on it because it is a serious thing. We have plenty of Latin immigrants in the States who are breeding like rats and these poor babies end up living a very ****** life or even worse; they end up becoming orphans. Perhaps you guys in fairyland Poland don't have this happening?

Also, the guy didn't state it was his wife. He stated in his first post it was some young girl. He should've specified that he was married to her. It could've been some student that he knocked up. If my daughter was in college and she got knocked up resulting in her educational life being ruined; I would kick the **** out of the man responsible for it.
Bzibzioh
16 Jan 2010 #43
Does anyone know how I can get this young expectant mother back to America with me?

You can simply ask in US embassy in Warsaw or consulate in Kraków. Whatever you do - you better hurry: no airline will let pregnant woman fly if she is more than 5 months along.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,296
17 Jan 2010 #44
when an electrical engineer (bachelor, msc, phd, whatever degree) works as a free lance or owns his own small business or selling circuit drawings or electrical items do you call him/her electrician or electrical engineer over there in usa?

All depends on what you do, not your education. I have "high current" (there's "low" current version too) electrical engineering degree from Sweden (from a university connected to ABB), but I worked as an electrician not electrical engineer in a Zink mine in Sweden (before I changed professions).

Electricians in the States make good money, especially when lots of costruction is going on. When I converted my licences from Swedish to US and got to work at a small construction company , senior electricians there (after 8-12 years) were making $90k to $160k a year (they always quote "yearly" salaries here) and that was in Southeast where the living costs were relatively low. This was a succesful firm and we were making bonuses on profits the company was making. Here in Hawai'i they make even more (but it's more expensive to live here too). I don't know exactly what they all make now as I've switched professions long time ago...

Regarding a statement someone made "no airline will let a 5 months pregnant woman fly" - it does depend on the airline, I used to fly for Delta and am pretty sure if the lady had a letter from her doctor stating she was healthy, the pregnancy was moving along ad planned, etc., she'd be allowed to fly but I do not know what the "real" cut off pregnancy time was.

I know Poles and other nationalities like to be respected by others no matter if they're rich or poor. Why don't we do the same for the illegal Mexican aliens? They abuse our system for sure, many bring in drugs, some get involved on gangs, etc. but those people are not "rats"! as done people have called them. Easy to do in the heat if the battle (argument) but I think we shouldn't be doing that. It's a tough situation for sure, many are actually indiginious "Mexican Indians" and barely speak any Spanish, much less English. They're abusing a loophole in our system, so let's blame the system and not them.

[i] Polish girlfriend. Pregnant. Just do the right thing and take care of your girl, and your child, no matter what happens, no matter where you'll end up. She's worth it, and so is your child.[/]

Totally agree.

Jason, I think we forgot to ask you the most important question here.

What does she want to do? What does she want you to do? ...and will you do what she wants you to do?
Ogien 6 | 245
17 Jan 2010 #45
What does she want to do? What does she want you to do? ...and will you do what she wants you to do?

She didn't want to move at first but apparently she's more open to it now. I hope he wasn't pressuring her. If she likes Poland, she should stay.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
17 Jan 2010 #46
Do the decent thing, concern urself with the child first.
Barr_2009 1 | 252
18 Jan 2010 #47
Well I've seen it myself, my ex girlfriend got pregnant to an American guy after just knowing him a few months! now she is marrying him. She nearly got pregnant to me too, and so carelessly, she didn't care about getting pregnant. She made it clear she didn't want to go back to Poland, so to me, I think the Visa possibilites are clearly in the mind of some of them, at least the one I am speaking about.
Ogien 6 | 245
18 Jan 2010 #48
Wh*ores like her bring a bad image to the Polish community. I can see why many antipolonists complain about Polish girls being sluts. The parents of these women obviously didn't smack them around enough.
Wroclaw Boy
20 Jan 2010 #49
Ahh there like that the world over man. Trying to trap men, they almost always end up unhappy.
SRTFP - | 4
20 Jan 2010 #50
Jason,
As a federal employee of our US government, you can give your children US citizenship by just going to the US Embassy in Poland. It will cost roughly about $125. Give or take a few bucks. But due to you being a US citizen, it will done in one day. You just need the original paperwork of birth, your paperwork(Passport,Birth Certificate, etc.) I have a Polish wife. I visited Opole and it was nice.

You should register or should have already registered with the US Embassy. That will make your time run smooth and quicker when giving dual citizenship to your kids. Yes...the kids will be born in Poland, they will have Polish citizenship!!! Make sure they bare YOUR last name though for future problems possibilities.

Also, invest some of that money in condoms....the almighty $ is worth alot there so there is no excuse!
Wulkan - | 3,249
20 Jan 2010 #51
Also, invest some of that money in condoms....the almighty $ is worth alot there so there is no excuse!

you are right man, the prostitutes are gonna be much cheaper then in US
jay105 - | 1
16 Mar 2010 #52
I was travelling around europe and had a fling with a polish girl in france for a couple of weeks. Same thing, she emailed me saying she is pregnant. Not sure if its mine and all, but does anyone know the laws re: Australia?

And i know it was a retarted thing to do, so i dont need to be reminded. However she was the hottest thing i have ever seen.
Arien 3 | 721
16 Mar 2010 #53
Not sure if its mine and all, but does anyone know the laws

Tell her to do a DNA check once the child is born, and you should take a sample of yourself too. Ask her to send the results to you, and compare the results, and if you're not certain about medical gibberish, consult your doctor. No offense, but she sounds like the type of girl who might sleep around, and you shouldn't have to take care of a child which isn't yours..

Ofcourse there's also a chance that it's your child, and in that case: Be a man and take your responsibilities. (Which shouldn't be too hard for you if she's indeed the hottest thing you've ever seen?)

:)
convex 20 | 3,978
16 Mar 2010 #54
I was travelling around europe and had a fling with a polish girl in france for a couple of weeks. Same thing, she emailed me saying she is pregnant. Not sure if its mine and all, but does anyone know the laws re: Australia?

Buy a home paternity test and see if it's yours. It's through a third party, the chance of fraud taking place is pretty low. If it's yours, welcome to fatherhood. If not, enjoy your missed bullet and invest in some jimmy hats.
Arien 3 | 721
16 Mar 2010 #55
If not, enjoy your missed bullet and invest in some jimmy hats.

Either that, or sterilize yourself. (If you're not too worried about STD's that is.)

:)
convex 20 | 3,978
16 Mar 2010 #56
Either that, or sterilize yourself.

Which in these cases is the preferred option. Thinking about starting a charity to sterilize people. Offer them a six pack and a new car. Think about the benefit to society...
Arien 3 | 721
16 Mar 2010 #57
It's a process which can be reversed though.. I wouldn't mind to be sterilized for a couple of years. Just imagine, you could do everything which looks remotely female and not ever have to worry yourself about babies!

;P
convex 20 | 3,978
16 Mar 2010 #58
It's a process which can be reversed though..

I was thinking chemical castration.. but surgical would be ok too. To spend the money to reverse it would mean at least some kind of want and desire to take care of a kid.
Harry
16 Mar 2010 #59
Thinking about starting a charity to sterilize people.

Don't start it in Poland: sterilization here is illegal.
convex 20 | 3,978
16 Mar 2010 #60
Can do it down south, the Czechs have a lot of practice at it.


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