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Similarities & differences between Poles & Swedes?


JakeRyan
26 Mar 2020 #1
Both are mostly tall and blonde. And have hot women and chilly winters. Both are perhaps reserved.
dolnoslask 6 | 3,085
26 Mar 2020 #2
hot women and chilly winters

What a fantastic combination. but I would suggest you include hot men , we don't like to exclude on this forum.
jon357 67 | 16,921
26 Mar 2020 #3
Both are mostly tall and blonde

Poles aren't especially.
OP JakeRyan
27 Mar 2020 #4
Which of the two are friendlier?
dovla
27 Mar 2020 #5
Swedes are more moderate/polite - not many of them are particularly friendly, but also not many are outright unfriendly. Variations are bigger among Poles. It is easier to find a genuinely friendly Pole imho. I lived in both countries for about 5 years.
pawian 176 | 15,400
27 Mar 2020 #6
Similarities & differences between Poles & Swedes?

Basic. Swedes don`t wear wings:



pawian 176 | 15,400
10 Apr 2021 #7
Or how about Sweden LOL

Swedes also used to be very aggressive due to the lack of sunshine - we still remember what they did in Poland.
Lyzko 30 | 7,399
11 Apr 2021 #8
Which was?
pawian 176 | 15,400
11 Apr 2021 #9
The Deluge!
Novichok 1 | 2,820
12 Apr 2021 #10
we still remember what they did in Poland.

That was nothing since what they did to Poland left no permanent scars. Actually, without them, there would be no Potop.
What these a-holes did to themselves is irreversible. A century from now their women will be paying for their woke leftist stupidity.
Lyzko 30 | 7,399
12 Apr 2021 #11
I still don't see the problem.
pawian 176 | 15,400
12 Apr 2021 #12
what they did to Poland left no permanent scars

Yes, it did.
Miloslaw 9 | 3,039
12 Apr 2021 #13
Swedes also used to be very aggressive due to the lack of sunshine

What a ridiculous thing to say..... moronic, in fact.
Joker 2 | 1,801
12 Apr 2021 #14
Just look at the source?? Perhaps, he would be kind enough to provide some links to his tropes....
pawian 176 | 15,400
2 days ago #15
what they did to Poland left no permanent scars.

Unfortunately, it did. Do you know that most valuable exhibits in Swedish museums are of Polish origin?

And they destroyed a few outstanding places. E.g., this Crossaxe fortified palace where horses were kept in luxurious stables tiled with Ventian mirrors:

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