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What are Polish Women like? Just started to date one.


grverg
20 Feb 2012 #241
she chose him because your are too self conceited
ChrisMac
20 Feb 2012 #242
I second this. You just displayed a fondness for talking about how much girls want to pick you up in the gym. Even if she's the one who said it, you're remembering it and telling others as a reason why you're "the better choice". Thick neck or no, I'm liking the other guy more.
thebadmonkey 2 | 71
20 Feb 2012 #243
Have never really noticed too much more different about Polish women to be fair. Very good looking but by and large women the world over are the same...completely alien to us men :D

I guess the one thing that stood out for me was the different attitudes to alcohol but that was pretty much it.
Alligator - | 261
20 Feb 2012 #244
I guess the one thing that stood out for me was the different attitudes to alcohol but that was pretty much it.

Interesting, what kind of different attitudes? Honestly asking, so don't worry I am not being sarcastic or anything.
thebadmonkey 2 | 71
20 Feb 2012 #245
It's something my Polish friends noticed when here when came here first (ended up marrying one of them, still not sure how it happened but worked out ok!)

A large percentage of younger women can get pretty messy when out in club (drink that little bit too much, fall around etc). It's far from being the majority but still a large enough percentage to be visible in comparison to most other nationalities. Never really notced myself, was only when it was pointed out that kinda looked at it objectively. Not that I really cared either way!
polishmama 3 | 279
20 Feb 2012 #246
midgeure wrote: English Girls Sorry, never met one.

I have. Yes, there are some differences. Polish women are more about health and outdoors and exercise. Idk how English women are about cleaning or family relationships. But Polish grammar in regards to politeness is very different than English. Also, Polish women don't drink as much as English women. And Catholicism is ingrained in our many holidays...
Scotty19
25 Feb 2012 #247
I'm not self conceited and take offence at that comment, people always tell me I'm good looking but 1 - I don't see it, 2 - I'm very shy, 3 - yes I may have repeated what she said BUT she said it not me! 4 - I don't play away from home unlike her and finally 5 - self conceited!!!!!! She is extremely beautifull and always getting attention from men as do most women which makes women the self conceited ones even the ugly ones!!!!! So fcuk you - you're sh1t smells just like everyone else's - self conceited my arse you cheeky tw@t. She just wanted to have her cake and eat it as you all do!!! Thanks for the advice, you don't get me at all, and I am certainly not self concerted! P.S I hate posing knob heads in my gym and they are self conceited, I go to the gym to keep healthy and mainly relieve stress, getting a nice body is a bi product I couldn't give a fcuk if I was 20 stone and looked like sloth out of the goonies but that wouldn't stop me having a heart attack would it??????? Real beauty lies on the inside - so who's the one who's self conceited? P.P.S I actually met the other bloke and he is a nice feller but he is fat and more to the point very lazy. Think before you judge
Scotty19
25 Feb 2012 #248
P.S I never displayed a fondness of other women trying to pick me up in the gym, if you read my text I said that SHE was paranoid that I'd cheat on her because SHE thought I was attractive NOT me. The girls in my gym love them selves more than any man ever could so if you still think I'm conceited then fair enough everybody's entitled to their opinion but if I have hopefully convinced you both otherwise then perhaps you could still try and offer me an explanation as to why he chose him?
scotty19
25 Feb 2012 #249
P.P.S Apologies for my initial response to being called conceited it was uncalled for, every one who knows me will tell you i am one of the least conceited and down to earth people on the planet, sadly however, quite often people do get that opinion of me if they don't know me which is why i get so infuriated by it cos it's simply not true.

Hope i didn't offend anyone
OmegaSupreme 1 | 5
4 Mar 2012 #250
offer me an explanation as to why he chose him?

He has a bigger p**** than you.
Muholap
1 May 2013 #251
why she chose him? i guess he is more secure ... known to the bone ... polish girls are about security in relationship ... if she felt insecure around you .. and must have hence her comment about gym ... thats why she couldnt go for you ... too risky ... plus you turned up to be be a big big ******* ... going to her man and telling that she was trying to cheat him again ... 1st none of your business what she does to him .. 2nd if you needed to cry on sbs shoulder you should call your friends

you say you are not home-breaker ... but think what you just tried to do there ... you just put up the fire and hoped it will burnt down to the ground ... hoped that he would kick her out ... hoped that she would come to you crying and begging to take her ... so you would 'win'

... i am in totally opposite situation ... i met English guy .. who was already committed to another woman .. and fooling me around ... for 3 years like ... now its a year since we broke up ... but i never ever thought about going to his woman and telling her ... for simply reason ... it would ****** up life of many people ... and i am not home-breaker. I will not be whitening myself here ... i made a mistake ... fallen in love with a wrong guy ... he made a mistake falling in love with me while still being in relationship with someone else .... but love doesnt choose ... it happens when the least expected.

so think about it Scottie ... did you really want to make right thing ... or did you just wanted to heal your broken pride
monika.adriana
8 Sep 2014 #253
Like in every country there are good and bad women.There are too many stereotypes and labels out there but usually it all comes down to the personalities and values inherited from the parents and formed by the social environment around them. One thing about Polish women I can say that they are not concern too much over material things as much as the other nations but again you will always find exceptions to it. Monika from Poland
Wulkan - | 3,249
8 Sep 2014 #254
One thing about Polish women I can say that they are not concern too much over material things as much as the other nations

So you say there are less gold diggers in Poland than in other countries? Please...
Harry
8 Sep 2014 #255
Depends which country or countries one is comparing Poland to.


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