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What did I do wrong? A Polish girlfriend doesn't want me to send her anything?


pam
9 Dec 2011 #61
Pawian, please stop sending me private messages asking me to be your boyfriend, I am not gay

sniezyk...zemsta is not the way to go on this site :)
pawian 176 | 14,765
9 Dec 2011 #62
Actually the funniest thing about the internet is the large balls and big mouths people grow when they are sitting in front of a computer, because I promise you....no I GUARANTEE you if your in the same room with me in real life your looking down at the floor with a quivering lip.....

I read it in PF many times before. The theme of being in the same room with you is especially popular. :):):):) Why do all trolling bullies mention this room, and not the park for example?

Sniezyk, are you sure you are a newbie? Haven`t you ever participated in here but due to mental disorders have forgotten about it? :):):):):)

sniezyk:
Pawian, please stop sending me private messages asking me to be your boyfriend, I am not gay

sniezyk...zemsta is not the way to go on this site :)

Yes, he/she is a regular participant who works undercover in this thread. :):):) Havok and me were suspicious about this Member for a good reason!
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #63
DE, how many times can you make that lame mistake?? What you are basically telling me is that my ability to observe and make judgements on what I see all around me is deactivated somehow?? I have more contact with Polish reality than you do.
pam
10 Dec 2011 #64
i dont want anyone to earn themselves a suspension. call it a night on this one. sometimes you have to agree to differ...
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
10 Dec 2011 #65
What you are basically telling me is that my ability to observe and make judgements on what I see all around me is deactivated somehow??

That is not a properly worded question, and that is not what I am telling you. I merely stated the fact that you are not Polish so you cannot infalliably know how Polish people "see things" you are not inside of their minds, nor do you see with their eyes.

I have more contact with Polish reality than you do.

I am of Polish descent. My body and thus my mind are part of Polish reality. Stop with your silly claims that standing on a piece of land makes you more Polish that those in the Polish diaspora who carry the reality of what it is to be Polish in their very being.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #66
Infallibly not but you have to use your eyes to the best extent that they can serve you, right? I have ample evidence through observation.

When were you last here, DE? I experience reality here everyday and am an astute observer. I know an overreaction when I see one.
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
10 Dec 2011 #67
Poles can't deal with me because my intentions are always good yet they still try and trip me up.
I experience reality here everyday and am an astute observer.

Seanus get over yourself. Auto-hagiography is really silly.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #68
Just the truth, DE. Just facts!
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
10 Dec 2011 #69
I am of Polish descent. My body and thus my mind are part of Polish reality.

OMG , that is priceless :)

that those in the Polish diaspora who carry the reality of what it is to be Polish in their very being.

again, LOL!
Matey, born in the USA ,the old red and white is stuffed full of blue too...............if you were Polish born ,maybe your comments wouldnt sound so goddamned pompous and hilariously off the mark............

pal, I was born in Scotland to an Irish dad, and as I constantly prove here that gives me fek all special insight into the pulse of the Scots and Irish that were brought up in those countries.....
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #70
Isthatu2, don't be so hard on him ;) Lowlifes like you and I can't possibly hope to understand the Polish psyche, shrouded in mystique as it is ;) Such types are sooooooo full of themselves!! Creeps!! They can't handle the reality of being simpletons with no concept of how Poland really is!
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
10 Dec 2011 #71
Isthatu2, don't be so hard on him ;)

Im not, I genuinly like him, but this thing, OMG, if I had the obssesive personality of delpho , his whole schtick about having some genetic memory of Polishness is fooking hilarious and Id be beasting him daily for it, but, Ive still a bit of a life :)

( and besides, Josey Wales is on telly and he's just said the "r ya gunna draw those guns r whistle dixie " line , so ,offski soonest ;) )
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
10 Dec 2011 #72
Isthatu, I am part of the Polish genome and nature trumps nurture. My body and soul are Polish. Laugh if you want, but I am laughing at you and the rest of the world who are not endowed with the vigor of a Gorale.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #73
DE, the woman the OP referred to flipped and I've seen it a lot here. Have you???
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
10 Dec 2011 #74
Laugh if you want, but I am laughing at you and the rest of the world who are not endowed with the vigor of a Gorale.

Would you care to translate that?
No worry,shall do it for you.......... Gorale= Highlander
and erm, whats my genetic make up, oh,yeah, Highlander...........translation, Highlander :)

and, how many Hollywood movies and syndicated TV shows,not to mention Queen albums have been written about Gorale?????
I think *my* Highlander trumps yours ....
slippers with pompoms and felt bowler hats VS crazy face paint and skirts, no contest mate ! :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #75
I'm also of highlander stock too, isthatu2. However, I didn't respond with that as, well, I live in Poland and make observations thereof.
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
10 Dec 2011 #76
erm, whats my genetic make up, oh,yeah, Highlander

Not from the Tatras mountains though. I have never met you in person, Isthatu, perhaps you have the vigor of a highlander too, albeit a Scottish one. I know my father, and I knew my late grandfather, and experience has proven to me that we are more hardy than normal men.
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
10 Dec 2011 #77
I didn't respond with that

I did, must be the hot headed genetic memory of my Norseman forefathers, just got that berzerker spirit, cant help it,get myself all in a tizz sometimes...;)

Dessi, once again, for other readers, you know Im only roasting, I love the Gorale, apart from the schister who tried to charge a student in our group 100 Z for a photo in Zak':)

I have never met you in person, Isthatu, perhaps you have the vigor of a highlander too,

yup,proves we've never met, these days Ive the vigor of Thora Hurd ( Betty White for our US cousins) on ketamine ......
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #78
So you equate hardy with a knowledge of realities in Poland, DE? I don't get it.
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
10 Dec 2011 #79
So you equate hardy with a knowledge of realities in Poland, DE?

No, I don't but I do know that being Polish gives one direct access to the Polish mental state that mere observation does not. I claimed that all humans, Polish or not, understand in their hearts that accepting gifts makes one indebted to the giver, hence those who've attained mental clarity do not accept gifts from people they do not wish to be indebted to. I can't say wether all, or few, Poles are aware of this fact, but I suggested that perhaps this Polish woman is and she doesnt want to be beholden to Snowy- hence her refusal.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #80
Ok, then I dare you to open a thread on the Polish mentality to unravel some of this 'mystique'. It went beyond a refusal. It was a staunch rebuke with a very huffy and nasty reaction.

So, the Polish mental state. Let's have a thread on it.
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
10 Dec 2011 #81
So, the Polish mental state.

A propensity to play Live action Deal or no Deal with yer girlfriends.....seriously, whats with Poles and cardboard boxes? If its not sending yourself in the post to rob somewhere its sticking your partner in a damp cardboard box and expecting her to just ,like, die or summat.....
shewolf 5 | 1,077
10 Dec 2011 #82
Did you ask her why she didn't want you to send her anything? What did she say?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Dec 2011 #83
Wow, it has taken a while but a real voice of reason has asked the simple, yet most effective questions!! Quite right, shewolf!!
Lyzko
10 Dec 2011 #84
Often times though, a simple, straightforward question may not necessarily elicit an equally simple, straightforward answer, even within the same culture-:)

@Snyzek, I'm from Forest Hills, Queens.


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