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Polish people and their windbreakers on the beach


welshguyinpola 23 | 463
29 Sep 2015 #1
What the hell is the obsession with windbreakers? Poles love them, its a booming industry here, the even use them when there's no wind.
pawian 161 | 9,971
29 Sep 2015 #2
Poles, being natural born individualistic loners, prefer privacy, seclusion and isolation. They achieve this goal by means of windbreaker. Simple.

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Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
29 Sep 2015 #3
when there's no wind.

It's like those big open offices of yesteryear, where everybody was out in the open. Then someone figured that even partial partitions provided a sense of privacy and seclusion and improved overall office productivity. Same out on the beach. Poles by nature are not exhibitonists and feel more ocmfortable behind a "parawan".
pawian 161 | 9,971
29 Sep 2015 #4
the even use them when there's no wind.

Experience says that wind may start blowing any moment. You must be prepared.
Dougpol1 33 | 3,409
30 Sep 2015 #5
Poles, being natural born individualistic loners, prefer privacy, seclusion and isolation

Now that is absolute nonsense Pawian. Poles desire a crowd.

I have been with company, both in the cinema and the woods. Both times, people thought it perfectly normal to ruin our private scene. You can set up your stuff on the beach, and somebody will come and sit right next to you. On an empty beach. I kid you not.

It's a sicko Polish thing, and they are offended when I tell them to **** off out of it.

Poles by nature are not exhibitonists

Nonsense again!

Both of you are Polish and don't know your own nation :)

After 40 years of grey communism, Poles are shocking and wanton exhibitionists. There are good sides to this, of course:)
Wulkan - | 3,251
30 Sep 2015 #6
Both of you are Polish and don't know your own nation

or maybe it's the other way round?
Maluch 30 | 95
30 Sep 2015 #7
where i come from a windbreaker is a jacket ;)

have you been to Sopot lately? its bloody cold and windy!
Dougpol1 33 | 3,409
30 Sep 2015 #8
its bloody cold and windy!

18 degrees and sunny today. A light breeze - a summers' day:) Have a ganders at the beach cams. No windbreaks in Sopot though as far as I know, because everyone's nose is to the grindstone :(
pawian 161 | 9,971
30 Sep 2015 #9
I have been with company, both in the cinema and the woods.

You seem to watch too many movies, I am afraid. :):) E.g., The Day of Screwball, with a scene on the beach:

Come on , it is only a film. :)


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