The BEST Guide to POLAND
Unanswered  |  Archives 
 
 
User: Guest

Home / News  % width posts: 6

Polish vodka as a mean of protest


Nathan 18 | 1,349
19 Jan 2014 #1
Hugh Laurie asked to boycott the Olympic games in Russia by not buying its produce due to, among others, outrageous laws concerning LGBT community. In case of the substitution for the strong alcoholic drink he suggested to buy Polish:

Yes, alright, Russian vodka is ok if you need to clean the oven. For drinking, it must henceforth be Polish.

twitter.com/hughlaurie/status/424348510902026240
jon357 74 | 22,342
19 Jan 2014 #2
Polish vodka is generally better anyway
OP Nathan 18 | 1,349
19 Jan 2014 #3
I agree.
crochetbitch88 2 | 83
19 Jan 2014 #4
I agree that making homosexualism illegal in Russia is an awful, awful thing but I don't think the international community should boycott Sochi Olympics. There is hardly a country/government in the world that isn't guilty of breaking the human rights in one way or another. If the olympics in Sochi is to be boycotted because of gays then London Olympics should have been boycotted because of the Iraqi and Afghan children



Crow 159 | 9,023
19 Jan 2014 #5
next flood that would destroy the world would be flood of vodka
pawian 223 | 24,581
21 May 2021 #6
Polish vodka is generally better anyway

If you say so, we should believe you. I never drink Russian vodka and Polish vodka once, twice a year.


Home / News / Polish vodka as a mean of protest