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Why English do not like Polish?


ender 5 | 398
18 Aug 2010 #31
I personally don't like aussie old crumpet
Eurola 4 | 1,906
18 Aug 2010 #32
I started to hate the english after joining PF :)
Nah, not really, don't quote me on that. I just think the thread is ridicules. As usual - complements of the primitive thinking trolls.
Chicago Pollock 7 | 504
18 Aug 2010 #33
pgtx

Poles get labeled all the time,

Are you labeled in Texas? And what may that be?
pgtx 29 | 3,159
18 Aug 2010 #34
i'm not in TX, but on this forum all the time...weird, heh?
plk123 8 | 4,150
18 Aug 2010 #35
yes, i agree, weird.. we are polish everywhere but here.. hmm
A J 4 | 1,088
18 Aug 2010 #37
I wonder what will happen to you when a huge number of people will provide a language consultancy service for less than half the price you're asking. I'm sure there will always be people who fit your description perfectly, but to say that the Polish people have made the English people look bad would be taking it a few bridges too far for me. There are plenty of English people who have always worked hard, and maybe someone should tell you that they've also paid taxes which made your study possible. You know what they say about a tree without roots..

;)
David_18 68 | 982
18 Aug 2010 #38
First off there arent that many Brits that live outside the country, certainly not in the numbers that Poles live outside of Poland.

The difference between Poles and brits are that poles comes where the money is while the brits emigrate from their country cuz it sucks.

Secondly: The weather isnt an issue for those of us that live here..we're used to it.

Indeed you got used to it, you've been stuck in this island for over 1000 years.

Now to our national dish, sweety we have many dishes, just because morons think that's all we have, that's not our fault.

Ah yah i forgot your second national dish chicken tikka masala WOHOOOOO!!!

Yeah, all the women are fat and rotten..Not quite true and we both know this.

Yea srry i forgot to mention that 50% of your population are GINGERRRRRS!!!!!

GINGEEER!!!!
youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=EY39fkmqKBM

Are we arrogant? I'd like to think of us as being more confident than arrogant..The Spanish reckon we're too polite...so it just shows you how perceptions differ.

Confident? Haha i dont think so. NOBODY likes brits!!!!

Why do you talk about yourself and your sisters like that? Fishing for compliments?

Why do you have to start to be personal? Ain't personal attacks illegal on this forum?
A J 4 | 1,088
18 Aug 2010 #39
Why do you have to start to be personal? Ain't personal attacks illegal on this forum?

You'd call that personal? Jeez, I never knew you were *that* sensitive. (Sorry babe!)

xD

Yea srry i forgot to mention that 50% of your population are GINGERRRRRS!!!!!

I probably shouldn't tell you the guy in the video is an American. That would be mean.

;P
David_18 68 | 982
18 Aug 2010 #40
You'd call that personal? Jeez, I never knew you were *that* sensitive. (Sorry babe!)

The post you made about my sisters just shows your conversation level ;)

I probably shouldn't tell you the guy in the video is an American. That would be mean.

I know he's from America, but i bet he is one of those with english ancestry. He really looks brittish ;)
zetigrek
18 Aug 2010 #41
Yeah sure, Amathyst... you're the best example of english politeness ;D
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Aug 2010 #42
What a moron! David, only 1-2% of Scottish people have red hair. It's really not as common as you think. In Ireland too. I've seen a few Poles with it so what's your point? Having ginger hair is sth special :) It got me gangster status in Japan ;) Fair chuffed with that :)
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
18 Aug 2010 #43
I've not seen a ginger since I've came back to Scotland. Wonder where the millions of them are hiding :/???
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Aug 2010 #44
Yeah, another classic stereotype of sb that has likely never been to Scotland. That's what happens when you don't get around :(
time means 5 | 1,310
18 Aug 2010 #45
What a moron! David

Not to mention the guys an American (as pointed out by AJ)

sb that has likely never been to Scotland.

Or anywhere else for that matter.
zetigrek
18 Aug 2010 #46
What a moron! David, only 1-2% of Scottish people have red hair.

well, Seanus you can feel really special to have such rare genes ;)

btw. In my elementary school I had 2 red kids in 30-kid class. In my highschool class there was one. It's not so rare in Poland to have naturally red hair.
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
18 Aug 2010 #47
And your women are f****g discusting. Fat and rotten teeth.

The ones which turned you down, maybe. It's hardly our fault that the average Pole isn't man enough to handle a woman with a real figure, instead of some skinny villager with no a**!

The difference between Poles and brits are that poles comes where the money is while the brits emigrate from their country cuz it sucks.

Believe it or not, some people leave Poland because they think it's a s***hole as well!

Whereas some Britons do leave here for the money. I could definitely earn a lot more in the USA or Canada, but I like it here :p

The ironic thing is, if I was going to leave, I'd probably go to NZ - which pays less than here, and is actually the most UK-like country which Britons move to. Except for the lack of mosques, obviously... but that's part of the attraction - Britain like it used to be ;)

Yeah sure, Amathyst... you're the best example of english politeness ;D

What would you know?

And you are the best example of Polish... er... what, exactly?
zetigrek
18 Aug 2010 #48
David is American.

It's hardly our fault that the average Pole

Decide are you polish or british...

What would you know?

Since I'm here I read comments of Amathyst in which she yells at everyone... no she is not polite, additionally she's really irritating

And you are the best example of Polish... er... what, exactly?

No dokończ... Śmiało!
time means 5 | 1,310
18 Aug 2010 #49
David is American

Explains a lot.

Another one who has had a can of tyskie and thinks he's Polish.
gromit - | 6
18 Aug 2010 #50
It's funny that you asked that question, because I have this same problem with Poles hating everyone around when I read their comments on Polish portals.

I think English are lucky they cannot read Polish comments on sites like interia.pl, onet.pl, wp.pl. ... etc Then they would find out that Poles hate Jews, Arabs, Brits, Americans and in some cases even themselves.

I am not sure who they are , if they are ex-communists or their kids... but they do hate other races and nations.
zetigrek
18 Aug 2010 #51
I think English are lucky they cannot read Polish comments on sites like interia.pl, onet.pl, wp.pl. ...

do you read dailymail.co.uk? Whenever someone post anti-polish comment it reaches 500 pluses... Its normal that ppl post such things not only in Poland.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
18 Aug 2010 #52
Why the heck do the majority of English people get labelled 'Pole haters' when actually it is a minority!!

No, we're talking about those beer-bellied, bald guys; their heads a darker shade of purple from being in the sun too long, drinking more beer than is good for them; have slutty gf's who giggle when getting a sexist remark thrown at them, feel it's appropriate to start singing odd songs from home while abroad in the streets, in the bars or just anywhere they feel like, unable to speak one single word of the local language and thinking everybody likes them. And it doesn't matter where they come from, they're just as annoying. I've seen ppl like that from Britain, Sweden, Germany and Norway in Amsterdam and ppl from Britain, Sweden, Germany, Norway, Poland, Russia and the Netherlands while abroad myself. When it's Dutch that are like that, I usually pretend that I'm not Dutch as I'm embarrassed to bits for my fellow countrymen at moments like that.

Anne Clarke has a perfect description of the type of guys discussed here. In her case they're English, but they could come from anywhere:

...
And this is from 1983 - nothing ever changes :)

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
zetigrek
18 Aug 2010 #53
I am not sure who they are , if they are ex-communists or their kids... but they do hate other races and nations.

ex-communists? why do you think so?

its rather out right-wing national patriots... too shame that only ppl who are patroits in Poland are usually also blockheads...
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
18 Aug 2010 #54
blockheads...

not heard that one in ages....hahahaha ;)
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
18 Aug 2010 #55
David is American.

"Polish-American", I believe. He has a Polish surname.

Decide are you polish or british...

Born here, which means it's not surprising that I prefer the women I see around me every day. But as my family and many of our friends were Polish, I don't consider skinny fake-blonde women to be "egzotyczne" (unlike the English/American guys who can't shut up about them on here!)

Since I'm here I read comments of Amathyst in which she yells at everyone... no she is not polite, additionally she's really irritating

Each to their own, I think she's fine! :D

No dokończ... Śmiało!

I ask the questions round here, you tell me!
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
18 Aug 2010 #56
Who cares if he is Polish-American, American-Polish, from Mars or from Rinky-Dink?

Britain is clearly still shaking off their Victorian yoke :)

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
A J 4 | 1,088
18 Aug 2010 #57
The post you made about my sisters just shows your conversation level ;)

Ah, but you were talking about your sisters in a derogatory manner, not me.

;)

I know he's from America, but i bet he is one of those with english ancestry.

Oh really? And just how many people in America do you think have English ancestors? Hmm? (You guys probably speak English for a reason, but hey, it could be me who just doesn't get it!)

He really looks brittish ;)

You sure do make the same spelling mistakes as her.

;)
zetigrek
18 Aug 2010 #58
I ask the questions round here, you tell me!

but you thought of something so please have guts to say it loud...

I don't wanna be an example of anything. I am myslelf and represent only myself.

Ah, but you were talking about your sisters in a derogatory manner, not me.

what sisters? ;>
did I lost something? Some dirty David's family secrets have been revealed here? ;)
David_18 68 | 982
18 Aug 2010 #59
Ah, but you were talking about your sisters in a derogatory manner, not me.

I did not mention anything about them.... You did.

Oh really? And just how many people in America do you think have English ancestors? Hmm? (You guys probably speak English for a reason, but hey, it could be me who just doesn't get it!)

13.0% of the total U.S. population does have British ancestry.

In total 39,975,969 (2008)

You sure do make the same spelling mistakes as her.

British or brittish W/E

did I lost something? Some dirty David's family secrets have been revealed here? ;)

Nothing so stop with your dirty thoughts you sick animal...
A J 4 | 1,088
18 Aug 2010 #60
I did not mention anything about them.... You did.

Maybe you should read up on genetics a little, because humanity seems to be one big family, and since you were bashing English women..

;)

13.0% of the total U.S. population does have British ancestry.

Yes, and how many Americans have Western-European ancestry? You should know that all North-Western European people are closely related, genetically speaking.

British or brittish W/E

Alternative spelling.

;)

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