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Polish, language of future - Post-apocalyptic


Crow 137 | 7,595
11 Aug 2010  #1
It just crossed my mind. Polish language is most suitable to replace English in a years that would come in case of EU dissolution and great climatic changes that may occur.

Polish is most western most Slavic language and that way closest to the western Europe, relatively wide spread. It may become logical choice of many people from North to the West of Europe, after eventual racial and ethnic turmoils and/or move of population far from the edge of continent, deeper in European inland- due to climatic changes (most probably flood).
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
11 Aug 2010  #2
Crow - have you been affected by climate change?
OP Crow 137 | 7,595
11 Aug 2010  #3
i have impression that clime becoming warmer and warmer

also, in case with natural disasters, just minor effects of volcanic ash here in Serbia
pgtx 29 | 3,159
11 Aug 2010  #4
It just crossed my mind.

Crow, we would appreciate if you wouldn't create threads about everything what crosses your mind... just keep it for yourself, bottled up... THANK YOU!
time means 5 | 1,310
11 Aug 2010  #5
(most probably flood).

Given recent and past floods in Poland surely somewhere else would be a safer bet?
time means 5 | 1,310
11 Aug 2010  #7
How so?

Given the oracle Crow has predicted flooding in the post apocalyptic future and Poland is prone to flooding surely somewhere else that is less prone would be more advisable as the new promised land.
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
11 Aug 2010  #8
the new promised land.

...is obviously Liverpool since a giant flood would most likely gain an urban improvement grant.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
11 Aug 2010  #9
How so?

I forgot to attach a wink ;)
time means 5 | 1,310
11 Aug 2010  #10
is obviously Liverpool

It's up to Crow. What say you Crow is Liverpool ok with you?

;)

:-)))
OP Crow 137 | 7,595
11 Aug 2010  #11
we would appreciate

we? weakling. Cover behind others

See, decent man would be more direct.

Given recent and past floods in Poland surely somewhere else would be a safer bet?

Polish flood looks like joke in comparison with flood that is inevitable in London. i mean, let us speak openly

It's up to Crow. What say you Crow is Liverpool ok with you?

liver is liver
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
11 Aug 2010  #12
weakling.

I've heard she can bench press 600 pounds. Be afraid, very afraid;)
pgtx 29 | 3,159
11 Aug 2010  #13
See, decent man would be more direct.

it was straight forward...i'm not sure if you need a translation...?

:)

I've heard she can bench press 600 pounds. Be afraid, very afraid;)

yeah... but i have a feeling that Crow is little like a bird...

:)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Aug 2010  #14
Crow, Poland doesn't have a chance in hell of superceding English in the foreseeable future. If it did, well, I wouldn't have too much learning to do :)
king polkakamon - | 544
11 Aug 2010  #15
just minor effects of volcanic ash here in Serbia

Minor effects?
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
11 Aug 2010  #16
I wouldn't have too much learning to do :)

In that case you have leg up over your countryman. :) Know something we don't perhaps?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Aug 2010  #17
You are speaking Scottish now, Crow ;) ;0

How's your Polish anyway, Crow?

SHT, nah, I've just invested time and effort into learning Polish. I still have a little way to go to be fully comfortable with the grammar.
king polkakamon - | 544
11 Aug 2010  #18
Crow,I think you would be very sad if London were flooded and sank into water.
OP Crow 137 | 7,595
11 Aug 2010  #19
you know. It would be sad. One can`t blame people because regime is criminalized. God should restrict flood exclusively on Toni Blair and similar greedy idiots
sobieski 107 | 2,128
11 Aug 2010  #20
I do not think that people in the EU would be happy to being obliged mastering the nightmare called Polish Grammar :). Recipe for a continental revolt :)

Yes, Serb... how is your Polish actually?
OP Crow 137 | 7,595
13 Aug 2010  #21
I do not think that people in the EU would be happy to being obliged mastering the nightmare called Polish Grammar

let them suffer

Yes, Serb... how is your Polish actually?

Serbian or Polish is all the same. Sounds me as two dialects of same language
sobieski 107 | 2,128
13 Aug 2010  #23
Yes, Serb... how is your Polish actually?

Serbian or Polish is all the same. Sounds me as two dialects of same language

Polish is a West Slavonian language, as Sorbian, Czech and Slovak.
Serb is a South Slavonian language mixed with Turkish.

It is like saying Danish is the same as Dutch.
Or Portuguese being the same as Romanian.
OP Crow 137 | 7,595
13 Aug 2010  #24
sobieski

if i desired your opinion i could say- ``any Albanian (Shiftar, to say) on this forum is free to come and sh** on me``

They will moan in polish?

hahahah haha
sobieski 107 | 2,128
13 Aug 2010  #25
Hmmm that would be difficult because my family can go back 300 years in the parish registers in the Brabant village they still live in.
OP Crow 137 | 7,595
13 Aug 2010  #26
o? nice
Seanus 15 | 19,706
13 Aug 2010  #27
Crow, there would be huge resistance to Polish in Germany, France and the UK. I really can't imagine many people from those countries even attempting Polish. My mother is quite linguistically talented but she has too much on her plate to attempt it, though she has the materials.
OP Crow 137 | 7,595
13 Aug 2010  #28
Crow, there would be huge resistance to Polish in Germany, France and the UK. I really can't imagine many people from those countries even attempting Polish.

They are all former Poles and Serbs anyway

My mother is quite linguistically talented but she has too much on her plate to attempt it, though she has the materials.

prepare you mother for inevitable changes. Tell her `Mother, Polish is coming. If we refuse Serbs would eat us.`/just joking of course/
Seanus 15 | 19,706
13 Aug 2010  #29
I don't think so, somehow ;0

Well, there might be a meeting of the parents sometime next year. My wife's parents don't speak English really and my parents most definitely don't speak Polish so learning it would help. I don't want to translate everything along with my wife.
OP Crow 137 | 7,595
13 Aug 2010  #30
I don't want to translate everything along with my wife.

avoid that if possible. Life is complicated enough, even without translation :)


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