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Are Polish Women cold and aloof?


plk123 8 | 4,149
28 May 2009 #121
When talking to Americans I very often have to speak slowly and carefully because otherwise they simply can't understand what I am saying.

sounds like that's your problem.
krysia 23 | 3,057
28 May 2009 #122
When talking to Americans I very often have to speak slowly and carefully because otherwise they simply can't understand what I am saying.

At least you speak slow, that's good. Others try to speak fast and all hell breaks lose.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
28 May 2009 #123
Cold and aloof to who? That's another dimension of this.
BevK 11 | 248
28 May 2009 #124
Exactly Seamus ...

For the benefit of the off-topic posters and those who were having personal arguments:
50 off topic messages removed to random chat from the end of this thread.
polsky 2 | 84
7 Jun 2009 #125
More tha cold and aloof, they are also very materialistic...
southern 75 | 7,096
7 Jun 2009 #126
When talking to Americans I very often have to speak slowly and carefully because otherwise they simply can't understand what I am saying.

Yes,Americans are very slow.Basically they cannot understand what is outside of their frame of thinking which is the mainstream.
shopgirl 6 | 928
7 Jun 2009 #127
I am American and I am not slow.
S, that was a very rude statement, and untrue.
southern 75 | 7,096
7 Jun 2009 #128
I am American and I am not slow.

I did not write it well.Americans are very quick to understand what is close to them and can bring them money.They are slow to understand different models,sth like that.

Europeans seem to me to think more complicated.
shopgirl 6 | 928
8 Jun 2009 #129
Americans are very quick to understand what is close to them and can bring them money.

I'm not obessed with money either.
I have a roof over my head, clothes and food. That's enough.
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
9 Jun 2009 #130
Very well said :)

Select Few think just because in their travels they meet up with some really
different people , that all are like this, and its not true, just like when I see
all the posts about the british, I take in their personality only, its not fair to
pass judgement on so many with experience of so few.

Southern I think your the only one whos having a time thinking outside your
box, you repeatedly talk european this and that.. its what you have known
all your life so no one can fault you for that, but dont fault us for being who
we are too.

and where do you live shopgirl? which polish city u chose?

hey, the thread is about Polish women being cold and aloof!!
does it really matter where she lives?

I dont think they are cold and aloof, I think they just dont take nobodys crap!
people are quick to judge these days and mistake those stern looks for something
else, the truth is, you cant take advantage of us and if you do shame on you
2nd time it happens shame on me!!
Evi - | 3
25 Jun 2009 #131
Heh, guys always tell me that i look like arogant and mad biatch, before they even talk to me. they say it's because of my look (tall, skinny, blond and serious w/o smile. more, they say that i look like someone who knows that is attractive and therefore unreachable = racist). But when they finally talk to me, they find me funny and very warm. (usually they end up saying: OMG, u're actually a NICE person:P)

So - in defense of our polish cold look - physical look does not always say the truth about the person;)

then, i think that we - polish girls - are colder and less "touchy" than other nationalities (of course with few exception). We won't be physically all over the guy. It's just because we expect the guy to "do" the job and go after girl (even in a relationship).

By the way, my sis always tells me (she has a polish boyfriend) that the girl cannot love the guy more than he (or at least show it) because once the guy sees he "has" the girl in his hands, she becomes less attractive for him and he desires her less... (does it mean that insecurity is sexy...?)
Arien 3 | 721
25 Jun 2009 #132
By the way, my sis always tells me (she has a polish boyfriend) that the girl cannot love the guy more than he (or at least show it) because once the guy sees he "has" the girl in his hands, she becomes less attractive for him and he desires her less... (does it mean that insecurity is sexy...?)

Depends on the guy really, but it's true that some of us like a challenge..

;)

Just don't overexaggarate anything?
foxtrot1213 2 | 43
25 Jun 2009 #133
Try Finnish women. They suck. Their little heads is filled by feminazism propaganda. Yelling at their husbands/boyfriends at streets is a common and somehow acceptable practice.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,441
25 Jun 2009 #134
yelling and feminism? How did you put those two together? LOL.
polsky 2 | 84
25 Jun 2009 #135
Polsih girls
========
in mine and my friends 3 years polish life experience:
(the usual Ania, Karolina or Ola)

- love playing mindgames with guys
- like flirting with everyone, and sleeping around
- usually they will have 2 official boyfriends, and other 3-4 casual lovers
in a month
- they are sweet looking, but mean and even evil inside, although they
rarely show it

Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jun 2009 #136
So, worth the watching? I'm a positive guy for the most part, it's important to give out positive energy and feel good within yourself. However, aloofness really hits me when I encounter it. I just counter it by smiling and getting what I need.

If you don't have to deal with such people on a round-the-clock basis, I don't see a problem. I've said it before, it can be like the Japanese phenomenon. Out on the streets, they are quiet and dour faced. In class, the same person is smily and seemingly content with their lot.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
25 Jun 2009 #137
i think you are just jealous cos you are not as successful with men and they don't pay any attention to you. that is a big generalisation.
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
25 Jun 2009 #138
Wow Polsky you are all complaints. You don't like dentists either.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jun 2009 #139
Here's the expert, PP, with all her on-the-ground experience of Polish women. Please enlighten us!
pgtx 30 | 3,156
25 Jun 2009 #140
that's nobody's fault you look for possible girlfriends in burdels...
southern 75 | 7,096
27 Jun 2009 #141
like flirting with everyone, and sleeping around

This is common slavic attitude.Not only in Poland.

and even evil inside

I don't care about the inside if the outside is good.
deanwysocki 1 | 4
27 Jun 2009 #142
i ve dated 3 polish gals, good gals but there is some uptightness in each
Seanus 15 | 19,706
27 Jun 2009 #143
That's quite normal. Life does that to you :(

Some are coiled like a spring.
coboloco
20 Apr 2010 #144
polish people are weird in general, they are very cold and do not open themselves easily... then again my perception must be affected due to the fact that i'm mexican and we are very warm people...

just my thoughts"
grubas 12 | 1,390
20 Apr 2010 #145
When talking to Americans I very often have to speak slowly and carefully because otherwise they simply can't understand what I am saying

This is bcoz you speak with your English akcent Bev.It's sometimes really hard to understand you Brits but I guess it all depends where did you learn English and what you are used to.
BevK 11 | 248
20 Apr 2010 #146
LMAO this thread again.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,441
20 Apr 2010 #147
This is bcoz you speak with your English akcent Bev.It's sometimes really hard to understand you Brits but I guess it all depends where did you learn English and what you are used to.

maybe you should train yourself in understanding other accents, I know Canadian accent but I understand most of other accents, not problem. So you probably have no ear for accents in general, but that can be changed with the right attitude, which you obviously don't have.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
20 Apr 2010 #148
Some are and some aren't. I had a student in class today who never fails to smile and create a light-hearted atmosphere, she's cool. I think it's worth repeating what I said earlier on in this thread. Many seem to open up in class when the right atmos is created but, on the streets, many come across as being jealously guarded and play this huffy, block-out game. I really get on very well with those that don't. In the local deli, they know me and are super friendly. Even when I'm beat after work, I still make an effort to smile and have a laugh/joke with them. They do likewise! If they are visibly snowed under and look jaded, I take it easy and am very patient. I read other peoples' energy/energies and work with it.

I think we can say that many oldies here are aloof but, then again, they were put through the ordeal that was communism. Younger ones, esp schoolgirls, are generally bright and peppy. Those in their thirties, well, it depends who they are surrounded by.
southern 75 | 7,096
20 Apr 2010 #149
that was communism. Younger ones, esp schoolgirls, are generally bright and peppy. Those in their thirties, wel

Those in their thirties are far better and real.Ah,the communist women.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
20 Apr 2010 #150
Some are and some aren't. The ones in their twenties are better, further away from communism.


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