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So...which of you are actually IN Poland?


dhrynio 5 | 97
1 Apr 2011  #1
Just curious. Not having siggy's makes it hard to keep people staight or to know much about anyone.

I am here. I am American and married to a Pole. We live in Lomza.
wildrover 98 | 4,452
1 Apr 2011  #2
I am English , i have lived in Poland over five years...
Wroclaw Boy
1 Apr 2011  #3
Not having siggy's makes it hard to keep people staight

Those damned cigarettes

I'm serving out the same sentence as the man above.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
1 Apr 2011  #4
Luckily or not I managed to escape Poland just over a year ago after serving a 7 year sentence there. Miss it and can't wait to get back though :)
Wroclaw 44 | 5,389
1 Apr 2011  #5
serving a life term. almost completed twenty.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
1 Apr 2011  #6
No get out clause for good behaviour I see!!! ;)
Wroclaw 44 | 5,389
1 Apr 2011  #7
I have been allowed out a few times for family visits, but always with an escort and photos were taken to prove my whereabouts.
strzyga 2 | 993
1 Apr 2011  #8
but you didn't have to wear the electronic bracelet, I hope?
alexw68
1 Apr 2011  #9
Poznań when not (as now) in the City knocking heads together :)

I kiss the hallowed tarmac of £awica airport again tomorrow at 10...
delphiandomine 84 | 17,703
1 Apr 2011  #10
I kiss the hallowed tarmac of £awica airport again tomorrow at 10...

What, you drink yourself silly in the morning before arriving on a flight, like a certain President? ;)

I'm in Poland, in Poznań too. I love terrible bars AND I've just discovered the best thing ever - a pub with a bookies inside!
alexw68
1 Apr 2011  #11
What, you drink yourself silly in the morning before arriving on a flight, like a certain President? ;)

Not from Luton, mate. Don't touch anything there, especially the beer glasses. You don't know where it's been.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,389
1 Apr 2011  #12
but you didn't have to wear the electronic bracelet, I hope?

fortunately not. but one is required to have on ones person a bottle of belvedere vodka or equivalent. this is handed over when one signs in to ones temporary accommodation. upon re-entry to Poland one must show branston pickle or any heinz product.
strzyga 2 | 993
1 Apr 2011  #13
You must have committed a very serious crime, otherwise you could get away with some lemon custard :)
alexw68
1 Apr 2011  #14
a pub with a bookies inside!

Too much temptation. Where dat?

Tell you what, let's set up a trading book where we fleece all those poor sods next year who think England are going to get past the quarter finals and not go out on penalties. Patriotism (especially, though not only in the sporting arena) makes suckers out of men...
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
1 Apr 2011  #15
but always with an escort

Where's Southern when I need him!!!!
delphiandomine 84 | 17,703
1 Apr 2011  #16
Too much temptation. Where dat?

It's the place called U Franklina about 10m away from Most Teatralny - if you're driving along Roosevelta from Solacz, it's just before the traffic lights on the right hand side.

Truly strange place - we were drinking in there last night after midnight. Things only got better when we discovered a small "disco" room, complete with disco ball and strange lights!

Can we have a side book on when the "St Georges Cross BANNED" story will appear in the Mail in relation to the Championships?
alexw68
1 Apr 2011  #17
... and the inevitable impact of this act of cultural denial on house prices in the Home Counties.

Yep, sure.
Ajb 6 | 232
1 Apr 2011  #18
It's the place called U Franklina

I can confirm Delph's love of finding the most shocking bars in Poznan.... the one with pûrn mags was my favorite!

In regards to the theme of the thread, I'm currently finishing my second year in Poland, Bielsko-Biała to be precise :)

Getting married in here next year so it would seem I'm in for the long run :)
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535
1 Apr 2011  #19
My name should suggest where I come from :)
pgtx 29 | 3,160
1 Apr 2011  #20
from a boat? :)
Havok 10 | 912
1 Apr 2011  #22
I don't.

I live just right off the US coast in the Atlantic Ocean with a bunch of stuck up tuna fish.

Rough Polish translation:

Ja mieszkam w Hameryce z rybami w Oceanie które zawsze mają się lepiej.

Edit:

married to a Pole.

like a dancing pole? I hope you don’t tell that to anyone outside of this forum, anyway, I'm so proud of you for having the guts to tell us about it.
OP dhrynio 5 | 97
1 Apr 2011  #23
Ha! After some of his nights out with the guys I wish it was a dancing pole I was married too!
Havok 10 | 912
1 Apr 2011  #24
rawr, it's never too late :) lol
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
1 Apr 2011  #25
I am in Poland.
Not sure what this is about.
Did I win something?
wildrover 98 | 4,452
1 Apr 2011  #26
Did I win something?

The jar of gerkins is on its way to you....
mephias 11 | 305
1 Apr 2011  #27
I am in Poland.

Me too, we have to share the prize :).
delphiandomine 84 | 17,703
2 Apr 2011  #28
I can confirm Delph's love of finding the most shocking bars in Poznan.... the one with prn mags was my favorite!

I was told yesterday about a bar with devil breasts, whatever that involves :D

And yes, I'm in Poznań too. And I like it.
Eurola 4 | 1,906
2 Apr 2011  #29
No wonder the Admin said in in another thread that most posts come from Poland. Phew! Foreigners living in Poland...why is it? Is Poland for you now like America for Poles is (was)? hehehe.
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
2 Apr 2011  #30
why is it?

Work, spouse, lover or just preference. Plus the fact that Warsaw is a nice place to live. The provinces aren't bad either.

I was there for 11 years with hardly a break until a couple of months ago, and am going back in a month - it's home now.


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