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Are Polish Women cold and aloof?


Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #211
Well, in a language classroom they should ;)
southern 76 | 7,108    
9 Aug 2010  #212
Do they appear different from western girls?It must be interesting.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #213
In some ways, yes and in other ways, no. Some tend to be more 'awkward'.
southern 76 | 7,108    
9 Aug 2010  #214
more 'awkward'.

What do you mean with awkward?First of all I cannot understand how a teacher can keep his concentration in a room full of these hotties.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #215
In that they can be difficult to deal with, strange moods. You think they are happy and then they flip. There aren't that many hotties at all, southern. Very few! Some of the girls in their late teens are cute but that's about it.
southern 76 | 7,108    
9 Aug 2010  #216
There aren't that many hotties at all, southern. Very few! Some of the girls in their late teens are cute but that's about it.

We should exchange positions.

In that they can be difficult to deal with, strange moods. You think they are happy and then they flip.

Polish girls need constant stimulation.Talk to them about Doda,cosmetics,easy stuff or about Cromwell revolution.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #217
Well, I haven't had any experience of Greek women yet and variety is the spice of life ;) ;) (note the wink marks)

Constant stimulation doesn't cure the underlying malaise that life appears to be boring for them and made complicated by unhelpful old people who won't easily give them what they need. Also, salaries are disproportionate here and materialism knows no boundaries.
southern 76 | 7,108    
9 Aug 2010  #218
that life appears to be boring for them

Yes,I know polish women do not drink vodka.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #219
Some do, some don't. Vodka doesn't make life better at all.
southern 76 | 7,108    
9 Aug 2010  #220
Vodka doesn't make life better at all.

I know a Scotch sticks to whiskey.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #221
You mean a Scotsman sticks to whisky? ;) ;) Scotch is whisky :)

Anyway, the thread is about sth different. Making a meaningful connection can be harder here.
southern 76 | 7,108    
9 Aug 2010  #222
I see that polish girls always want to be touched kissed etc.Why cold and aloof?Yesterday I saw in Athens a polish school and most of 17 year old Polki had lifted their blouses wearing them as tops so all bely was outside.And with these slavic legs what a combination.

I guess they were hot although I didn't check their temperatures.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #223
They don't always want to be kissed and touched at all. That's the point! In the right moments, all women want some TLC but it's when the time is right.
southern 76 | 7,108    
9 Aug 2010  #224
In my opinion polish women are quite easy to figure out.They speak their minds open.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #225
Yes, they speak their minds openly a fair bit but can then withdraw and say nothing for long periods of time. That approach doesn't work in today's connected world.
southern 76 | 7,108    
9 Aug 2010  #226
and say nothing for long periods of time

They say nothing because they expect sth from you or they expect you to finish and let them free cause you are boring.Sth like that.If a Polka is silent I have to listen to russian rap for inspiration.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #227
Best only to expect as little as possible in life. Otherwise, you'll end up disappointed.
king polkakamon - | 546    
9 Aug 2010  #228
Best only to expect as little as possible in life.

You are in mission I see.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #229
Well, I prefer to see it as being realistic :)
softhearted63 1 | 8    
9 Aug 2010  #230
Based purely on my limited personal experience, most of the Polish women I've met are attractive. But boy do they know it!

And - again based only on my limited sample - their apparent friendliness is more often than not affected. I think they actually look down on British people, and have come to believe that they are superior. Mind you, I'm having terrible problems with my Polish partner, so take everything I say with a pinch of salt, bearing in mind that I'm probably pretty biased right now.

I'm guessing there's a whole world out there of extremely pleasant, balanced, non-manipulative Polish women - I just haven't met any.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
9 Aug 2010  #231
There are some and I've had the pleasure of meeting them. The problem is that too many are abrupt and, of their own admission, lack manners in some situations. However, there are plenty good ones who make for good company. Even with those, they appear suspicious but you can let that slide.
king polkakamon - | 546    
9 Aug 2010  #232
there's a whole world out there of extremely pleasant, balanced, non-manipulative Polish women -

In search for the El Dorado.
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
10 Aug 2010  #233
Walk the streets and draw your own conclusions.
ilmc 4 | 136    
31 Oct 2012  #234
not a money hungry girl aka polish girl

you do realise that every comment you make about her in this thread makes you look like a moron for not being able to understand she was simply playing around... you really arent making her look bad just yourself dude...
Londolad    
28 Nov 2013  #235
You got the odd nice polish girl but over all most are Snobs!!!
Not sure what they got to be snobby about but being a snob is free
eliseusz    
14 Oct 2014  #236
No. All of the polish woman in my life including my mother are some of the softest, warmest and loveliest people I know. Poles are hard workers and many times when we poles are upset about somethings, we are very direct and don't beat around the bush. Thus foreigners may think we are unapproachable. Sometimes poles draw a line between strangers and loved ones, but once you get to know us, including the woman, we are very open and compassionate. Of course this is a generalization.

Sourses: I am polish.
Maritime Guy    
10 Oct 2017  #237
I can only speak of polish women who experienced the time before capitalism.
They don't share feelings well not like a western woman. Reason explained to me is very private . They want you to feed them good feelings , encouragement but cannot do the same. They are cold and aloof .

Sex and sexuality ok but not the reason to go l polish - not at all.
What is sad is the head trips they play on men.
Then they use rejection as a torture
I wouldn't make a trip to Warsaw, Krakow or Gadask.
idem - | 138    
10 Oct 2017  #238
@Maritime Guy

They are not cold and aloof...maybe just more demure and reserved. No fake smiles...hi guys !!!.
Lyzko 17 | 4,556    
13 Oct 2017  #239
Many Europeans may APPEAR "cold and aloof" to strangers, especially to foreign men of unknown quantity. Polish women are certainly no exception!
Sparks11 - | 328    
13 Oct 2017  #240
if someone doesnt want to talk to you, it might not be them....😉




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