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Britain... What the Poles did for us.


gtd 3 | 639
25 Oct 2008  #61
Comparing expats in one country to economic immigrants in another doesnt really really work.
Bzibzioh
25 Oct 2008  #62
I guess I just imagined all your "Paris" comments. and being told I was too stupid to get them.

Not by me, though. Well, you still don't get it and it's hysterical :)
But since you need jokes to be explained to you: this is called sarcasm. It's different than name-calling. Do you have any funny bone in your body at all?
gtd 3 | 639
25 Oct 2008  #63
You did not mean it in a funny way at all so don't try to backtrack now. You meant it as an insult. Honestly is not your forte.
welshguyinpola 23 | 463
25 Oct 2008  #64
Well, I'm also a xenopbobic sexist..

This is where ur wron grzegorz, if all the Poles left, the Bulgarians, Romanians, and soon croatians would take their places. I have nothing against Polish ppl but I hate the fact that they think they have contributed more to the British Isles than any other race when in fact they make very little contribution. I know there are a few, but I could prob count on one hand the number of powerful Poles in the UK
espana 17 | 911
25 Oct 2008  #65
i dont know if polish people make very little contribution but they are very rude here.
may be not are like that in poland but they look very unhappy people

no good morning.
the waiter are always rude.
very greedy people (like jews)



noimmigration
25 Oct 2008  #66
Poles have contributed f*ckall to britians economy. Did you not read the house of lords report.

stastics dont lie !
Bzibzioh
25 Oct 2008  #67
the waiter are always rude.

Because your cuisine sucks. As well as the whether. Not to mention you have too many costume dramas on TV. Oh, God, we can go in circles about this. Sigh.

stastics dont lie !

yeah, we know. We generally consume to much oxygen too. Go to Prosper.com and complain.Oh, the things I'm wiiling to do for cyber friends!!
gtd 3 | 639
25 Oct 2008  #68
Because your cuisine sucks. As well as the whether. Not to mention you have too many costume dramas on TV. Oh, God, we can go in circles about this. Sigh.

When are you coming by to get the rest of your stuff?
Bzibzioh
25 Oct 2008  #69
I’m busy cloud spotting/ working with parrots/ coaching Lego robotics/ kite flying. But soon. Did you grow any funny bone yet?
gtd 3 | 639
25 Oct 2008  #70
I am growing funny arthritis. And it is hard to be single again...I never saw it coming.

Check your PMs
Filios1 8 | 1,336
25 Oct 2008  #71
espana

I really thought you were smarter than that... I was mistaken.
Bzibzioh
25 Oct 2008  #72
I am growing funny arthritis

I’m sure it’s Poland’s fault too. Get a cortisone shot.
gtd 3 | 639
25 Oct 2008  #73
Where should I have it injected?
Bzibzioh
25 Oct 2008  #74
Into your funny bone.
gtd 3 | 639
25 Oct 2008  #75
Well that was much less exciting than I was hoping for ;)
espana 17 | 911
26 Oct 2008  #76
I really thought you were smarter than that... I was mistaken.

this are polish in england , i m sure the polish is poland have better actitude.
is not my fault is they dont like england :)
Bzibzioh
26 Oct 2008  #77
Is English your first language? Somebody doesn’t like England, I figured. I think we should vote on this burning issue.
10iwonka10 - | 396
26 Oct 2008  #78
I am quite glad that lots polish people will leave Uk. It means that we will become one of the average not-noticed groups of emigrants.

Maybe there were/are too many Poles in Uk but I an fed up with narrow-minded,racist remarks of some English people- often lliving on benefits or frustrated as living in rented house with debts on credit cards and gloomy future.....Sorry to moan but these two groups have always most to say.
gtd 3 | 639
26 Oct 2008  #79
Can you honestly say if Poland was full of immigrants that they wouldn't be treated the same as Poles are now treated in England? I am not justifying poor treatment of people but I want to see if there is any honesty here.
10iwonka10 - | 396
26 Oct 2008  #80
if Poland was full of immigrants that they wouldn't be treated the same as Poles are now treated in England?

I think that they would. England is losing its identity with mass emigration but.... there are lots jobs in hotels, restaurants, farms...that English don't want to do

( prefer benefits) so we were easy solution for you.
I think that England needs emigration but controlled one. So why be nasty to Polish ( if you opened borders) not blame your liberal, left-wing government?
gtd 3 | 639
26 Oct 2008  #81
Thanks for the honesty. But as you said it would be the same here and probably will be when more asians and africans immigrate in. The workers needed for the Euro events will probably bring a ton of Chinese workers and I know they will be treated the same as Poles are in UK and probably by people that have been to the UK and know how it feels. It is how people are.
10iwonka10 - | 396
26 Oct 2008  #82
I think that it will be the same in Poland. But there is only certain group who are the worst racist. I am afraid very similar people will be in Poland- unhappy, greedy, frustrated, narrow-minded....I just avoid them in both countries.:-)
Bzibzioh
26 Oct 2008  #83
I am not justifying poor treatment of people.

Yes, you are.

Sorry to moan

Here is the thing: stop moaning and feeling sorry for yourself. It's not gonna help you. Be aware that world is full of ignorants (and, well, we are ignorants too when it comes to sensibilities of other nationals sometimes). Educate yourself about most often repeated remarks, prepare answers and kill them with your knowledge. Some humor will help too. If you want to take it to a higher level learn about their history, economy, society etc. and drop some comparison comments: that always leave them speechless. Guarantee. Stay current at national and local events. And learn better English than mine. That’s going to help. Being frustrated and resort to name calling in desperation will not. And that's an advise of a Polish girl living abroad for many years. Good luck.
gtd 3 | 639
26 Oct 2008  #84
Yes, you are.

NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO
NIE NIE NIE NIE NIE NIE

:)
espana 17 | 911
26 Oct 2008  #85
Is English your first language? Somebody doesn’t like England, I figured. I think we should vote on this burning issue.

no, but i dont have any spanish friends here ( i have polish :) ), i dont buy any spanish food normally , i m not thinking all the time how wonderful spain is ,

my friends are english , the food i eat is english and i m not moaning all the time;
if somebody passed near to me and said to me good morning , i do the same ,
i have found some positive things about poland
ArcticPaul 38 | 233
26 Oct 2008  #86
I LOVE THE POLES being in my country and it makes me sad when I read angry guys who have decided on the age old strategy of 'blame the minority'.

The fact is the average Pole has 4 years more education/training than a Brit of similar age.
They have a better attitude to work.
They may not feel like the life of the party EVERY DAY but they usually do not turn into obnoxious, shouting thugs when they meet disagreement. They are mature enough to accept problems and socially motivated to not ruin the atmosphere for everyone in the same enviroment.

Why come onto this forum if your only interest in Poland and the Poles is to scapegoat them for all the problems that greedy businessmen and corrupt politicians have caused you?
espana 17 | 911
26 Oct 2008  #87
ArcticPaul

your opinion is better than the mine because u are english but polish people should
involve more in the english culture
Bzibzioh
26 Oct 2008  #88
ArcticPaul

Nice words. Are you sure you are not in love with some pretty Polish blond currently? :))
Filios1 8 | 1,336
26 Oct 2008  #89
espana

Just don't follow the stereotypes, and you will be o.k :)

polish people should
involve more in the english culture

Why? Most of these people are only there for a short while to make some cash, and head back home. And most of the ones who are there to stay, integrate quite well into society.
ArcticPaul 38 | 233
26 Oct 2008  #90
Nice words. Are you sure you are not in love with some pretty Polish blond currently? :))

I've always had great respect for the Poles....
The fact that many Polish women are gorgeous, funny and intelligent is not the point.


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