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What Poland can't do right


Seanus 15 | 19,706
7 Dec 2009 #31
It can't keep a highly effective transport option alive. Getting rid of the trams was a farce. Buses are better as an intercity option and trams as an intracity option.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274
7 Dec 2009 #32
In my opinion the dress sense of a lot of Polish people is out dated and in some cases rediculous!!!

For example take tonight, i went to the cinema to watch 'Law Abiding Citizen' and in the que in front of us were a Polish couple, i would say early 20's. The girl was dressed like a hooker (on a cold night as well!!!) but the bloke was the funniest, he was wearing what could only be described as pajama bottoms, trainers that looked about 6 years old along with a nice shirt and leather jacket!!!! I mean what sort of dress sense is that??

Also i don't know what it is with Polish girls sometimes but they really do wear some shocking clothes, i mean all those clashing colours really don't look good, let alone the hooped socks and striped tops, lol that is just to funny. ( i didn't even mentione the colours this time :) )

Ow yes and did i mention the over doing of the makeup!! fake tan!! and other tatty stuff, i often think you would need wallpaper stripper to see what a Polish girls face really looks like :)

Having taken a bit of a haymaker at what the Poles do not do very well, there is a lot they do well/very well, beers and vodkas have always been in mine and many other peoples good books. Would also have to go with the notion that they produce 'strong men' as whenever somebody mentions world strongest man, there is often a Pole there or there abouts.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
7 Dec 2009 #33
Have you ever been to Poland? I think dress sense is one of the best things about the Poles.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274
7 Dec 2009 #34
dtaylor5632
Yes i have actually, i cannot say i've stayed for a length of time, still though i've walked the streets and seen te people. Maybe they just stand out in the UK because their 'dress sense' is different from that set here, honestly though some of the things i've seen would send a shiver down your spine!!! :)

Women = a cross between a wh*re/Art student

Men = woke up and dressed with their eyes closed

Maybe in Poland they dress better but when they get to the uk they let their hair down a bit :):)
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
7 Dec 2009 #35
Though you could argue that if you seen the average chav or chavette.... thank god no one looks like them.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274
7 Dec 2009 #36
totally agree with that, i was not trying to say the British are perfect at the 'dress sense' thing, just that Poland in general (in my point of view) are a little worse :)

Ow and please please please do not get me going on the Polish and their manners (or lack of them at times) I mean really if i didn't know a little Polish i would probably believe that Please/Thank you did not exist in their language!!!! Let alone service with a smile
dxx 12 | 108
15 Dec 2009 #37
Sushi.

You should make your own sushi, thats what I do here in Poland, all ingredients can be found in Makro
southern 75 | 7,096
15 Dec 2009 #38
Basically Poles cannot print right euros.
Krystal 6 | 95
15 Dec 2009 #39
Wow! I really have somegthing to say.

1. Ladies goes to College to be something. How come ladies have cleaning jobs?

2. Everybody says Polish women are beautiful! Yeah, they pose nude in Playboy magazine. Did they get better jobs after posing nude? No. No one don't want them.

3. You Men says Polish women are dress well. I don't think so, these ladies dresses properly in office, hospital or night club or Cafe too. No underwear. If I dressed like that, my boss will send me home to change my clothes. Good thing I dressed properly. Other co-workers were send back home to change their clothes.

4. Polish ladies do not act like ladies, they get so drunk and passed out on roads or sidewalk in pulbic place. Hopeful your boss don't see pictures of you on newspapers or TV. Some were in jail and sent back home to Poland. Shame on you.

5. Why do all Polish people (over 300,000) leave Poland? What is wrong with Poland? Can you help your country?????

How can you say What Poland can't do? If I think of something, I will post again.
George8600 10 | 637
15 Dec 2009 #40
'Polish' fish is supposed to be the best
Polish Pizza too
Polish Beer
Polish girls
Polish Bread
Polish milk
Polish Scientists
Polish programmers
Polish strong men
Polish immigrants
POlish hairdressers

Pizza, programmers, and bread. Leave that to Russians, Italians, and French. Even though Poland has some kick ass programming institutes.
landora - | 199
15 Dec 2009 #41
Krystal

Oh dear... did your boyfriend dump you for a Polish girl? It sounds like it, you're so bitter and jealous...

4. Polish ladies do not act like ladies, they get so drunk and passed out on roads or sidewalk in pulbic place. Hopeful your boss don't see pictures of you on newspapers or TV. Some were in jail and sent back home to Poland. Shame on you.

Sounds like British girls to me ;)
Arien 3 | 721
15 Dec 2009 #42
You Men says Polish women are dress well. I don't think so, these ladies dresses properly in office, hospital or night club or Cafe too. No underwear.

Hey, look at the bright side, atleast some of us will know how to seperate the horny ones from the frigid ones.

If I dressed like that, my boss will send me home to change my clothes.

I know I wouldn't. (I like bad behaviour, and I think it needs to be rewarded more often!)

Other co-workers were send back home to change their clothes.

I guess he's either Gay, a Catholic, or a woman-hater?

;P

I'm so serious today.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
15 Dec 2009 #43
Sounds like British girls to me ;)

I’m afraid you’re mistaken; Krystal is an example of lady like behavior, brought to you by upstanding Jewish Lady from Chicago.
southern 75 | 7,096
15 Dec 2009 #44
What is wrong with no underwear?(unless there is no razor)
Arien 3 | 721
15 Dec 2009 #45
Krystal is an example of lady like behavior,

..which makes it more fun to see if she can turn into a bad girl.

;)

What is wrong with no underwear?(unless there is no razor)

I don't mind a bit of hair really. It does tickle though!

;P

Boy oh boy oh boy, are we a serious bunch today!
sadieann 2 | 205
15 Dec 2009 #46
krystal, why do have such strong negativity towards Polish women? Are you confident with your self? If you were, I don't think you would have such insecurities...
jump_bunny 5 | 237
15 Dec 2009 #47
How can you say What Poland can't do? If I think of something, I will post again.

Wow what a load of crap. Where do you gain this experience from? Where do you live and work?
Arien 3 | 721
15 Dec 2009 #48
Are you confident with your self? If you were, I don't think you would have such insecurities...

I have a secret to share with you, most women say these things about other women. (It's cute, really! That way, we know she's looking for something.)

;)

..and guess what? It looks like you're doing it too!
sadieann 2 | 205
15 Dec 2009 #49
most women say these things about other women

Not me. If a woman is smart, attractive, etc., I don't have a problem with them. Why do I need to put them down?

That way, we know she's looking for something

What validation or praise for her own qualities? I don't fish for compliments.

..and guess what? It looks like you're doing it too!

And what pretell..might that be?
Nika 2 | 507
15 Dec 2009 #50
In case you haven't noticed, this is a News&Politics section and you just go on and on and on about PL women.

What is so fascinating about PL girls that you just can't stop talking about us????!!!!!
Arien 3 | 721
15 Dec 2009 #51
Not me. If a woman is smart, attractive, etc., I don't have a problem with them. Why do I need to put them down?

Oh, those are my thoughts exactly!

What validation or praise for her own qualities? I don't fish for compliments

It's cute. Why would a woman want to blow her own trumpet? You girls hate it when a man does that, right? (So why should guys feel any different?)

And what pretell..might that be?

*whistles innocently*

Don't worry, I just like messing with you girls!
sadieann 2 | 205
15 Dec 2009 #52
*whistles innocently*

.....<LOL> you charmer :)
mira - | 115
15 Dec 2009 #53
welshguyinpola
I'd agree on polish bread.and maybe hairdressers.
and that's it.
I'm not sure about polish girls though, since there are also many of them who are actually ugly.or can' dress properly. but i guess it happens in every country;)

there's a lot that poland cant do well, starting with economy...hopefully one day our government will sort it out.
as for fish, milk and other stuff...where did you get this opinion from?
i also agree with one person who stated that "we" can't build roads.because "we"can't and i'm not sure whether one day we'll learn how to do it fast and efficiently.

as for krystal's post-lmao! I don't know where you learnt that polish girls work for playoboy and later become unemployed.or don't wear underwear.i can assure you that i DO wear underwear as well as my girlfriends.

what's more,

Polish ladies do not act like ladies, they get so drunk and passed out on roads or sidewalk in pulbic place.

i've seen so many british girls doing that, however not many from my country!
dear krystal, i'm waiting for another post of yours where i can find out from more about polish women.I'm sure your dislike towards them is well-grounded:)
LAGirl 9 | 496
15 Dec 2009 #54
O lets see o yeah Poland cant preduce good nice loving men.
Arien 3 | 721
15 Dec 2009 #55
.....<LOL> you charmer :)

Well, I don't mind being told.

;)
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
15 Dec 2009 #56
O lets see o yeah Poland cant preduce good nice loving men.

Lots of disappointed ladies in U.S, let me guess - he fell for a Polish Lady.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
16 Dec 2009 #57
Can't produce good, loving men? Then why aren't there more divorces in Poland if love is sth that a woman most decidedly needs? Doesn't that say sth in itelf?
TheOther 6 | 3,821
16 Dec 2009 #58
Then why aren't there more divorces in Poland

Because the catholic church doesn't allow them?
jonni 16 | 2,485
16 Dec 2009 #59
It does (providing they agree), and there are a lot of divorces here. Even more estrangements.
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 485
16 Dec 2009 #60
Politicians.
20 years after end of communism still the same people are in power
and after every election people still complain that 'politacal parties lied to us' etc etc


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