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Bartolome 2 | 1,085
7 Jul 2011 #1,021
How is this painting called:

'Podaj cegłę!'

Opel Kapitan. Why was I excited when I saw this car at vintage cars picnic?

Can't read minds.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
7 Jul 2011 #1,022
Opel Kapitan. Why was I excited when I saw this car at vintage cars picnic?

You lost your virginity in it....?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
7 Jul 2011 #1,023
Next:
How is this painting called:

Howa Huta, building a better future (or something like it)?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
7 Jul 2011 #1,024
'Podaj cegłę!'

Yes!

Can't read minds.

Will it help when I tell you it is a character in one of my fave childhood books ?

Which one?

You lost your virginity in it....?

Nope. I lost my virginity in a luxurious hotel in Zakopane. :):):)

Howa Huta, building a better future (or something like it)?

Bartolome solved it: Pass the Brick!

Next one:

I got very sentimental seeing that car there. Why?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
7 Jul 2011 #1,025
I got very sentimental seeing that car there. Why?

Because that's where your dog rover was sitting at the time?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
7 Jul 2011 #1,026
Although I don`t understand, I know it is a miss. :):):) Try again. :):):)
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
7 Jul 2011 #1,027
Try again.

Because it was your first car?
pgtx 29 | 3,159
7 Jul 2011 #1,028
I got very sentimental seeing that car there. Why?

i got it! your child was born in that car! or children!!
wildrover 98 | 4,451
7 Jul 2011 #1,029
Opel Kapitan. Why was I excited when I saw this car at vintage cars picnic?

Your father had one....?
alexw68
7 Jul 2011 #1,030
i got it! your child was born in that car! or children!!

Or he was. This model goes back a year or two.

(Not trolling - I was born in the back of a 1962 Ford Anglia. The roads have improved a lot since then)
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
7 Jul 2011 #1,031
I got very sentimental seeing that car there. Why?

Ehem... I know you're the creator of this thread, but it's supposed to be 'Poland in riddles' not 'pawian in riddles.' What and where is this?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
7 Jul 2011 #1,032
Because it was your first car?

Yes, my first own car which I bought with my teacher salary. If I kept it till today, I would go to that picnic! :):):)

i got it! your child was born in that car! or children!!

Not quite. All my kids where born in a hospital with my assistance.

But I have a few photos of my wife feeding our baby in it. :):):)

Your father had one....?

Nope. I already mentioned the book from my childhood where Opel Kapitan plays a role. Which book?

Ehem... I know you're the creator of this thread, but it's supposed to be 'Poland in riddles' not 'pawian in riddles'

Oops, it seems you have a problem with my ego. I probably know how you feel - that your ego is smaller than mine.

I am afraid I can`t help you with it. You have to swallow it somehow. I am a Pole and I present Poland in my photos here. So what that I add a personal touch to it? It only makes it more interesting. :):):)

Besides, have you seen me in any of these photos?

So, what is your facking problem? :):):):) Fall on a tree, man( or: Jump on a tree) :):):) Leave and let live. :):):)

Next:

What drove me crazy in Wrocław twice on one day?
convex 20 | 3,978
7 Jul 2011 #1,033
What drove me crazy in Wrocław twice on one day?

Dog turds along the Odra in Biskupin?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
7 Jul 2011 #1,034
What and where is this?

Power station in Opole.

What is this:
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
7 Jul 2011 #1,036
Dog turds along the Odra in Biskupin?

Something about dogs, indeed, but not turd. I got used to it in Krakow, already. :):)

a power station

Yes! But where? :):):)
convex 20 | 3,978
7 Jul 2011 #1,037
Something about dogs, indeed, but not turd. I got used to it in Krakow, already. :):)

ticks?
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
7 Jul 2011 #1,038
Besides, have you seen me in any of these photos?

I don't give a damn about your ego, and your cheap psychoanalysis. I just pointed out in a rather soft way it was supposed to be Poland in riddles and you give me some crap that I've got 'facking problems'. And too many emoticons for my liking. Whatever, roll a hard candy (or get lost to Honolulu boxing monkeys).
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
8 Jul 2011 #1,039
Your dog lost the canopy to his parachute?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
8 Jul 2011 #1,040
I don`t have a dog because they unnerve me. :):):)

I don't give a damn about your ego, and your cheap psychoanalysis.

Yes, you do. The fact that you are going on with your stupid explanations proves it. :):):)

I just pointed out in a rather soft way it was supposed to be Poland in riddles

What the fack am I showing here? Mars???? :):):):)

and you give me some crap that I've got 'facking problems'.

I am afraid you are a bit unaware of the fact that it is you who is giving crap here. :):):):)

And too many emoticons for my liking.

It is still your problem you have to cope with somehow. :):):):)

Whatever, roll a hard candy (or get lost to Honolulu boxing monkeys).

I don`t understand this first part but Honolulu monkeys are nice. Thanks. :):):):)

Hey, Bart, don`t forget that I guessed your riddle. :):):):):)

ticks?

Yes, giant hairy ticks left behind by the dog owners:

Next:

Where am I?
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
8 Jul 2011 #1,041
Yes, giant hairy ticks left behind by the dog owners:

there are two old english sheep dogs that get walked near me,the last couple of weeks the path looks like some sheep has been torn to shreds by a fox with all the clumps of fur.........................
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
8 Jul 2011 #1,042
It is a revolting sight, indeed.

Next from Wrocław:

2 Where am I?

And before I turn in, this one:

What is the message in it?:
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
8 Jul 2011 #1,043
2 Where am I?

garrison church. next door to rynek

did u see the little people's house nearby ?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
8 Jul 2011 #1,044
garrison church. next door to rynek

Yes.

did u see the little people's house nearby ?

You mean this one?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
8 Jul 2011 #1,045
You mean this one?

that's the one. it's at the end of either jas or malgosia. (both are buildings for those also reading)
modafinil - | 418
8 Jul 2011 #1,046
What is the message in it?:

The builder was better at floor tiling than roof tiling
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
8 Jul 2011 #1,047
:):):):) Hmm, quite possible. That kind of roof might be leaking, indeed:

that's the one. it's at the end of either jas or malgosia. (both are buildings for those also reading)

Three riddles about Hansel and Gretel:

Memory of who?

Why is Hansel so smeared?:

Where else can you see this?:

Who painted it?
pgtx 29 | 3,159
8 Jul 2011 #1,048
Who painted it?

i read somewhere above, it's Matejko's kicz :)
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
8 Jul 2011 #1,049
Oops. sorry, I forgot I already posted that one above.

Of course I meant this one. The question remains the same:
pgtx 29 | 3,159
8 Jul 2011 #1,050
Of course I meant this one. The question remains the same:

the answer remains the same :) sluby lwowskie

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