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Poland - the least liked German neighbour.


Marek11111 9 | 816
23 Jul 2010 #31
I lived in Germany for two years and I experience a sentiment to Hitler and his policies in some people
like some people thinking Hitler was a good person and yet others were horrified on a idea of Hitler would win ww2
do I think Germans are racist? yes some of them are as some Poles are racist but said that what I experience I can said that

Germans is a lot more racists then Poles.
Nathan 18 | 1,363
23 Jul 2010 #32
der Sturminggoalscoringeveryteamintheworlddefeatingdruzynschaft!

That's why I gave up on ever learning German ;)
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
23 Jul 2010 #33
According to the recent Emnid poll, conducted between 21st and 23rd April,
of all the Germany's neighbours, Poland is the least liked by German citizens.

Now there’s a surprise – really?, I’m not particularly fond of jerries either (po prostu nie lubię fryców.) - So there. Feelings are mutual.
time means 5 | 1,309
23 Jul 2010 #34
I lived in Germany for two years

Come on, prison does not count :-)
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,341
23 Jul 2010 #35
Now there’s a surprise – really?, I’m not particularly fond of jerries either (po prostu nie lubię fryców.) - So there. Feelings are mutual.

Well....and reading the comments of that poll, who wants to be friends with Poles in the first place? :(
vetala - | 382
23 Jul 2010 #36
who wants to be friends with Poles in the first place? :(

Fortunately we still have you! ;)
OP Torq
23 Jul 2010 #37
That's why I gave up on ever learning German ;)

It's not that bad - you just have to realize how much the Germans like
their Zusammengesetzte Substantive and try nottobediscouragedwhen
yousuddenlyseenospacesbetweenletters :)

who wants to be friends with Poles in the first place?

Hungarians - our Eternal Brothers! We can always count on them...

*Morocco made a courageous flight to arrive at president Kaczynski's funeral,
so it has to mean something!*


...and Georgia likes us, and we get on well with France, Romania, Turkey and...
Crow likes us too - HA!
PlasticPole 7 | 2,650
23 Jul 2010 #38
Now that Poland has no national football team whatsoever and most good Poles play in the Bundesliga or even for the german Mannschaft anyhow we should build a common polish/german football team both countries can cheer on and wave flags for!

That's a great idea! One football team for both countries could build relationships between the two and give a mutual goal.

Poles and Germans would be good neighbors only when Germany become border region of Anglo-Germanic world and Poland leading power of Slavic Confederation.

Only if they hold regular banquets and food exchange parties.
Crow 160 | 10,257
23 Jul 2010 #39
Only if they hold regular banquets and food exchange parties.

yes. Plus that
time means 5 | 1,309
23 Jul 2010 #40
One football team for both countries

Only a female could come out with such a statement.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
23 Jul 2010 #42
Well....and reading the comments of that poll, who wants to be friends with Poles in the first place? :(

Oh get over it BB. There’s no love lost between our people, never was and probably never be, just another fact of life we have to live with. Do we really need a poll to show us that? :-(

It’s reality we all know too well. Like what’s next – am I suppose to kiss German ass now because they don’t like me or want the Germans to lie and hide their true feelings towards Poles so we can look better? I have no Idea what OP wanted to accomplish by stating the obvious but this should not be a surprise to anyone, now is there?
Crow 160 | 10,257
23 Jul 2010 #43
Only a female could come out with such a statement.

hot one

I didn't know BB's female

nymphomaniac
PlasticPole 7 | 2,650
23 Jul 2010 #44
Perhaps not only a Polish Bundestag team, but a Serbian-Polish-Bundestag one.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,341
23 Jul 2010 #45
Oh get over it BB. There’s no love lost between our people, never was and probably never be, just another fact of life we have to live with. Do we really need a poll to show us that? :-(

It's all your fault!*

*runs*

;)
bbanjo69
23 Jul 2010 #46
That's a great idea! One football team for both countries could build relationships between the two and give a mutual goal.

i dunno 'bout that. having six germans next to u...safety first! having one is ok but as soon
as u have more than one they might start marching. :)
Borrka 37 | 594
24 Jul 2010 #47
300 years aggressive anti-Polish propaganda pays off - from Friedrich der Große to Dr Goebbels or his grotesque ARD successor Harald Schmidt.
And the result is what the average "standard" Heini says "ich mag die Polacken nicht, wie auch andere ost- und südosteuropäische Völker die Polacken eher skeptisch bis verachtend betrachten, so sollten wir als Deutsche immer Vorsicht gebieten im Umgang mit den Polacken.

Ich für meinen Teil würde nur mit einem Panzer und feldgrauem Ehrenkleid den nordöstlichen Nachbarn besuchen."
LOL.
Crow 160 | 10,257
24 Jul 2010 #48
Borrka

brate. Just pray for Serbs, that we endure. As long as we stand, time works for Poland
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,341
24 Jul 2010 #49
Well...as long Heini get's to know people like Borrka and Crow his distaste won't get away...quite the contrary. Maybe you just are unbearable...

Nothing to do with anti-polish propaganda!
Borrka 37 | 594
24 Jul 2010 #50
What's wrong about me and Crow, dear BB ?

As for your discussion with Crow I suggest you some mental exercise BB.
Just imagine .
In some years the Turks-overpopulated area between Aachen and Mainz will be given to its legal owner ... Turkey.
All in accordance with some legally valid EU-decision !
Now you can (maybe) imagine Crow's emotions in case Kosovo.

Back to Alemania and Poles.
Your mass-media are still busy creating some negative picture of us.
And Polish equivalent of the Harald Schmidt show would cause disgust and provoke pro-German voices in Poland.
Take it for granted.
king polkakamon - | 544
24 Jul 2010 #51
German theatre about Poles.Polnische Wirtschaft(polish economy).
...
LAGirl 9 | 496
24 Jul 2010 #52
Gee I wounder why? good question.
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
24 Jul 2010 #53
A German American acquaintance (long ago) once told me; "Germans are alright, just as long as there aren't more than 4 of them in any one place, then something kicks in."
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,341
24 Jul 2010 #54
Your mass-media are still busy creating some negative picture of us.

ROFL

Sure...everything just has to be negative propaganda...
You just dislike Germans because they are really meanies and doofuses and Nazis...Poles are only joked about or disliked because of bad media as they are so brave, cuddly, smart goody-two-shoes in reality everybody MUST love and admire - oh my, how often did I hear that here on PF!

ROFLMAO

People like you and Crow do everything to give Poles (and Serbia) a bad name. I don't need Harald Schmidt for that. I doubt he even knows about you...

Sorry to burst your bubble...;)

A German American acquaintance (long ago) once told me; "Germans are alright, just as long as there aren't more than 4 of them in any one place, then something kicks in."

Yeah...and I was told Poles really do need 3 people to change a lightbulb!
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
24 Jul 2010 #55
I was told Poles really do need 3 people to change a lightbulb!

Only if they belong to a union, and that's true for everybody.

That bad joke is ironic in that Polish engineers are respected in America.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,341
24 Jul 2010 #56
Only if they belong to a union, and that's true for everybody.

Nope...one to change and two to spin the chair.

That bad joke is ironic in that Polish engineers are respected in America.

Of course they are...it's all the mean (Nazi and jewish of course) media who doesn't recognize it!
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
24 Jul 2010 #57
Nope...one to change and two to spin the chair.

That's what I'm talking about; evidently, you are unaware of the many privileges American unions have. You see, the joke has evolved into a union joke here.

How many Germans does it take to change a light bulb?
None, because Germans never see the light.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,341
24 Jul 2010 #58
How many Germans does it take to change a light bulb?
None, because Germans never see the light.

Another "union-joke"? Or how long did you need to come up with that....
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
24 Jul 2010 #59
How many Germans does it take to change a light bulb?
None, because Germans never see the light.

Wouldn't they get a Turk to do it anyway? :D
time means 5 | 1,309
24 Jul 2010 #60
to change a light bulb?

Q: How many women with MENOPAUSE does it take to change a light Bulb?

Woman’s Answer:

One! ONLY ONE!!!!

And do you know WHY?

Because no one else in this House knows HOW to change a light bulb! They Don’t even know that the bulb is BURNED OUT!! They would sit in the dark for THREE DAYS before they figured it out.

And, once they figured it out, they wouldn’t be able to find the #&%!* light bulbs despite the fact that they’ve been in the SAME CABINET for the past 17 YEARS!

But if they did, by some miracle of God, actually find them, 2 DAYS LATER, the chair they dragged to stand on to change the STUPID light bulb would still be in the same spot! And underneath it would be the wrapper the freaking light bulb came in because NO ONE EVER PICKS UP OR CARRIES OUT THE GARBAGE!!!!!!

IT’S A WONDER WE HAVEN’T ALL SUFFOCATED

FROM THE PILES OF GARBAGE THAT ARE A FOOT DEEP

THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE HOUSE!!!!! IT WOULD TAKE

AN ARMY TO CLEAN THIS PLACE!!!!!!

AND DON’T EVEN GET ME STARTED ON

WHO CHANGES THE TOILET PAPER ROLL!!

I’m sorry. What was the question?


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