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Poland in photo riddles


Nathan 18 | 1,363
5 Sep 2010 #391
Rzeszów

:) Sorry for spelling :))
May I make multiple guesses? If not, then my first one is the one I pick:

Gliwice
Bielsko-Biala
Krynica
Nowy Targ
Nathan 18 | 1,363
5 Sep 2010 #393
Please, restrain yourself. We are just trying to guess a name of the town. Your swearing is out of place.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
5 Sep 2010 #394
Tarnów?

Clue as in what direction from krk it is?
Bzibzioh
5 Sep 2010 #395
Biecz.

I think you are right.
Dougpol3 1 | 40
5 Sep 2010 #396
Firstly, I have lived in this country for 40 years and seldom met a person who refused to eat carp.

It's all to do with the cooking - but - carp was cheap - because it was quick growing. But zero taste, apart from what it was cooked in. And those fecking bones!!!!!!!!!!!

Secondly it's not slav food, the Jews introduced it.

Now that the country is richer, no one in their right mind would eat it unless they are Kaczynski supporters (traditional stick in the muds, as carp are.

I always insist the MIL ofeers sandacz and kreguelnia too at Xmas - and good sport as she is - she does me proud :)

PS Answer to photo: Sandomierz?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
5 Sep 2010 #397
It's all to do with the cooking - but - carp was cheap - because it was quick growing. But zero taste, apart from what it was cooked in.

I dare to disagree and still stick to my opinion. Carp is my favourite fish. And it is not so cheap in Poland.
Look, this is all for us:

But you are free to believe in what you say. :):):):)

And those fecking bones!!!!!!!!!!!

That is the smallest problem because I perfectly know where the bones are.

Secondly it's not slav food, the Jews introduced it.

All the better. :):):):) My mother loved Jewish style carp. Look:

ow that the country is richer, no one in their right mind would eat it unless they are Kaczynski supporters

:):):)

I always insist the MIL ofeers sandacz and kreguelnia too at Xmas - and good sport as she is - she does me proud :)

Does MIL mean Men In Leadership, a multi-chapter organization celebrating men in leadership?
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
5 Sep 2010 #398
Does MIL mean Men In Leadership, a multi-chapter organization celebrating men in leadership?

ha, ha, ha no, mother in law - the boss;)
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
5 Sep 2010 #399
Biecz.

Yes - the town where hangmen got trained in the Middle Ages.

ha, ha, ha no, mother in law - the boss;)

Aaaah, now I understand the last sentence:

I always insist the MIL ofeers sandacz and kreguelnia too at Xmas - and good sport as she is - she does me proud :)

I agree - kerguelene is also tasty. Almost like carp. But its little bones.....

What is going on?
ShawnH 8 | 1,498
5 Sep 2010 #400
What is going on?

She has a fine selection of mushrooms in the van.

;-)
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
5 Sep 2010 #401
Yes. Next riddle: what kind of mushrooms and how old is her grandma?
ShawnH 8 | 1,498
5 Sep 2010 #402
what kind of mushrooms

Borowik and Pieprzniki mushrooms

how old is her grandma?

35.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
5 Sep 2010 #403
Pieprzniki

Exactly. I think you solved the riddle perfectly, let`s have another one:

What is the purpose of this structure?

This lovely statue is in a town in Małapolstka.

I think no one answered this one. Myślenice?
Bzibzioh
5 Sep 2010 #404
in Małapolstka.

so cute ... :)
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 Sep 2010 #405
What can you do in this house?
PS. There is still an unsolved riddle above....
Matt32 4 | 83
6 Sep 2010 #406
What can you do in this house?

Sleep?:)
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
6 Sep 2010 #407
PS. There is still an unsolved riddle above....

swimming pool
ShawnH 8 | 1,498
6 Sep 2010 #409
swimming pool

I would have guessed that too, but then I thought it was just a giant windbreak for the playground ;-)
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
6 Sep 2010 #410
that is even better, not at the air show today?
pgtx 29 | 3,159
6 Sep 2010 #411
What is the purpose of this structure?

is it the Japanese center in Krakow by Wisla?

What can you do in this house?

they make oscypki there?

:)
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 Sep 2010 #412
Sleep?:)

swimming pool

drink

I would have guessed that too, but then I thought it was just a giant windbreak for the playground ;-)

is it the Japanese center in Krakow by Wisla?

they make oscypki there?

Nope.
Two tips: both structures are in Poznań and their purpose is to go inside and watch......
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
6 Sep 2010 #413
What is the purpose of this structure?

Its the entertainment arena ;)
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 Sep 2010 #414
Well...... It is an observation gallery next to tigers` course. It provides some entertainment.

What about the other one?
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
6 Sep 2010 #415
Well...... It is an observation gallery next to tigers` course. It provides some entertainment.

Aha, I was talking about the un-solved one ;)
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 Sep 2010 #416
Aah, yes, indeed. :):):)

OK. It is the elephant house in Poznan Zoo.

Next:
What music are they dancing to?
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
6 Sep 2010 #417
What music are they dancing to?

Are you sure they’re dancing? Looks like she’s about to pass out and he a gentleman that he is; is saving her from a brutal fall.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 Sep 2010 #418
Yes, it looks like that, but believe me, they are dancing. The guy is sweating like a horse :):):):)
First I saw this picture in 1990s paper, then on a street poster in Poznan.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
6 Sep 2010 #419
You've got me on this one.

First I thought it was crazy new dance, but then I saw the date and thought it might be people celebrating something on the streets.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 Sep 2010 #420
First I thought it was crazy new dance, but then I saw the date and thought it might be people celebrating something on the streets.

No celebrating.
Tip: Polish music. Popular in the country.

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