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Incredible news from Poland - The president shaved his moustache!


p3undone 8 | 1,135
16 Jan 2013  #31
pawian,don't you think that that's sad?They ruined the landscape with them here.At least there aren't as many as there use to be.
OP pawian 153 | 8,419
16 Jan 2013  #32
They ruined the landscape with them here?

You mean US?
p3undone 8 | 1,135
16 Jan 2013  #33
pawian,yes in the U.S.,they just really take away from the natural beauty.
OP pawian 153 | 8,419
16 Jan 2013  #34
Yes, I know what you mean:

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Guys, if you ever come across a pub or restaurant run in Warsaw by Robert Surowiecki , don`t even think of going inside.
He planned to name his new premises after an infamous Austrian pedophile who kept and raped his daughter in the basement for many years.

After indignant reactions from the council and net users, he gave up his idea but admitted it was an excellent marketing move.

Poland moustache

thejournal.ie/fritzls-cellar-bar-poland-755380-Jan2013/

The manager of the club told one Polish news website that "marketing has its own rules" and said that market research had found 89 per cent of people surveyed had nothing against the proposed name for the bar. However, a host of outraged comments have been put on the club's Facebook page, while other social media outlets have been set alight with heated discussions on the issue.

If he ever opens any premises in Warsaw or Kłaj, don`t use them and let us know so that we can warn people about it.

Dear members, this guy will try to open his pub anyway at the same location under a new name. The exact address is Warszawa, ul. Nowy Świat 27. Please, stay away from his pub for the sake of our children!

The premises are located in this building: Nowy Świat 27

New World Street in Poland

Amazing how Polish men can get infatuated with Polish females.

The head of Warsaw Stock Exchange lost his job because he loved his woman too much.

Sobolewski was suspended in December following reports that he and a subordinate were involved in soliciting funds from companies listed on the stock exchange for a commercial movie featuring Sobolewski's girlfriend.

Only Polish males are able to love their women so much. They will do everything for them.

Couple in Poland

Szarek and boyfriend
alexnye 2 | 30
19 Jan 2013  #35
pawian

Only Polish males are able to love their women so much. They will do everything for them.

Yes only Polish men can become infatuated with a woman..

haha
MoOli 9 | 484
19 Jan 2013  #36
Yes only Polish men can become infatuated with a woman

lol and LQQK what polish women do for them:))
jon357 64 | 14,382
19 Jan 2013  #37
New regulations caused it - a formal ban on cheap hoardings and ads. How simple! ????

Great news!
Paulina 9 | 1,453
19 Jan 2013  #38
A Polish guy in Onet forum shares our views and calls for the removal of all such cheap ads from Polish streets and roads.

Actually, I see that the reactions in comments are mixed...

And I must admit I understand why... It may sound surprising but I somehow prefer the picture on the left:

Of course, the buildings should be renovated, but the place on the left looks climatic, and the one on the right looks just like any European city... It reminds me of Vienna. My impression of that city could fit in three words - clean, whitish and... boring... It's a nice city, beautiful architecture but I preffered Paris, despite it was... I don't know... more "dirty" I guess lol But interesting and alive at the same time...

Of course it depends on personal tastes but I think some compromise should be achieved to retain Kraków's atmosphere...
OP pawian 153 | 8,419
21 Jan 2013  #39
Yes only Polish men can become infatuated with a woman..
haha

Don`t laugh. Only Polish men are able to get infatuated. Others just pretend.

Actually, I see that the reactions in comments are mixed...

Yes, but it is typical of novelties that they are received with doubt and suspicion.

Of course, the buildings should be renovated, but the place on the left looks climatic,

Yes, climatic when we think of 1990s when Poland threw off communism and adopted capitalism and new enterprises sprang up like mushrooms after rain. But in 21 century it is time to mature. Don`t you agree? :):):)

It reminds me of Vienna. My impression of that city could fit in three words - clean, whitish and... boring...

Hmm, yes, feeling bored is awful experience.

Hey, cheer up, you can always turn to the Polish forums to dissipate boredom! :):

Of course it depends on personal tastes but I think some compromise should be achieved to retain Kraków's atmosphere...

Let`s see how it develops. I think some places will always retain their old fashioned atmosphere.

E.g., Kazimierz, the Jewish district, today:

Kazimierz Jewish District in Poland
Paulina 9 | 1,453
22 Jan 2013  #40
But in 21 century it is time to mature. Don`t you agree? :):):)

Just like Wałęsa said: "Jestem za, a nawet przeciw" :))
And on a more serious note:

I think some compromise should be achieved to retain Kraków's atmosphere...

Let`s see how it develops.

Yes, we'll see... I don't mind changes, I just think they should be well thought out.
For example, I don't really like the Disney-like colour of the renovated railway station in Wrocław:



It hurts my eyes ;/

Polish President shaved his moustache!

I saw the president today on TV giving some interview and I can't get used to it! I just can't lol He looked better with mustache in my opinion...
OP pawian 153 | 8,419
22 Jan 2013  #41
Only Polish males are able to love their women so much. They will do everything for them.

But they can be also very jealous. I just read that ex Stock Exchange chairman forced film directors to give up romantic scenes with his female partner because he couldn`t bear the thought she could kiss somebody else. !!! :):):)

he couldn`t bear the thought she could kiss somebody else. !!! :):):)

Although the lady doesn`t seem to be too smart. Or it is only stage fright. Still a surprising thing in an actress.

Anna Szarek , lifemate Ludwik Sobolewski , do not feel guilty about the loss of his position as CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Even on the contrary - as told in " Fakty afternoon " on TVN 24 - herself in the story was " a valuable element that had to create the appearance of an appeal Sobolewski " as president of the WSE.

In Europe, becoming more and more rotten, only Polish people are still so loyal in marriage.

thenews.pl/1/9/Artykul/125945,Polish-couple-celebrate-longest-marriage-in-Europe

A Polish couple are celebrating their 82nd wedding anniversary today, marking the longest ongoing marriage in Europe.
Ignacy (104) and Stefania Stasiak (101) originally tied the knot way back in 1931.
They took their marriage vows 82 years ago today in their native town of Aleksandrow Lodzki, central Poland, where the pair still lives.


A snapshot from Krakow is making a furore in the photo world:

Unfortunately, it wasn`t me who took it... :(:(:(
jasondmzk
11 Feb 2013  #42
I saw that pic the other day, on a tumblr account, and it wasn't even credited to Krakow, so don't feel too bad.
OP pawian 153 | 8,419
11 Feb 2013  #43
Never mind, I have always been modest.

Lame Prime Minister in Poland:

Poland minister hurts

Hey, remember the guy? he has just become the head of Stock Exchange in Bucarest, Romania.
Wow!

biznes.interia.pl/gieldy/news/ludwik-sobolewski-zostal-szefem-rumunskiej-gieldy,1933110
NoToForeigners 6 | 975
16 Sep 2018  #44
Heh. Komoruski was one of the least intelligent presidents of Poland. Along with Agent Bolek and Kwaśniewski. Undereducated morons. Tussk was close but he wans't a president. Luckilly.
jon357 64 | 14,382
18 Sep 2018  #45
The two people you mention (the first and third) are both educated and highly intelligent. High achievers too. The third teaches at Georgetown University. The second (that you don't try to spell the name of) is uneducated and right-win, but certainly a decent person.
OP pawian 153 | 8,419
9 Jun 2019  #46
Heh. Komoruski was one of the least intelligent presidents of Poland.

No, this is a mistaken opinion. I wonder where you got it from.


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