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Your best memory after visiting Poland


pawian 187 | 17,897
6 Apr 2022 #31
Jasna Gora a

Jelenia Góra



Novichok 3 | 7,111
6 Apr 2022 #32
Restrooms without toilet paper.
pawian 187 | 17,897
6 Apr 2022 #33
You chose such on purpose to collect extreme experiences and later to brag about them back in the US. Simple.
Novichok 3 | 7,111
6 Apr 2022 #34
brag about them back in the US.

About what? That I had nothing to wipe my butt with and wash my hands after the act? I chose nothing. The human body is often spontaneous.
pawian 187 | 17,897
6 Apr 2022 #35
That I had nothing to wipe my butt with

Exactly. Later you bragged you had to rip up your passport to obtain some paper.



Novichok 3 | 7,111
6 Apr 2022 #36
No. I learned my lesson on day one and started carrying with me a roll of TP, soap, a towel, a tank of water, and a heater.
mafketis 34 | 11,898
7 Apr 2022 #37
carrying with me a roll of TP

I guess past a certain age, life really does revolve around going to the bathroom...
Ziemowit 13 | 4,343
7 Apr 2022 #38
Restrooms without toilet paper.

What about public toilets in your native country of Russia?
Alien 8 | 1,270
9 Apr 2022 #39
The best memory after visiting Poland will be to see how a country that has recived the most immigrants in Europe in the shortest time can function normally.
GefreiterKania 11 | 1,464
9 Apr 2022 #40
Even better: to see how a country that accepted 2.5 million refugees doesn't have any huge refugee camps. Show me another country in the world where refugees are accepted on a mass scale into people's apartments and houses to live with them. :)

Good time to be Polish and a lot to be proud of.
Alien 8 | 1,270
9 Apr 2022 #41
@GefreiterKania
True words my friend.


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