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Why are Polish people, especially women, so disrespectful toward the English?


kaprys 3 | 2,445
19 Sep 2019 #271
@pawian
I like that pear on his jumper -a touch of class. I'm pretty sure he'd be approved of.

Co to za film? Pewnie powinnam znać; ) English language please
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 485
19 Sep 2019 #272
It's so because these scumbags moved to the UK to exploit it, not make the UK their new home. Get rid of them asap.

you do have, obviuously, have data that backs up your statement (I wont even bother to ask for tjuntkh's source), don't you? So far it's mostly the locally born Brits who exploit this country.
pawian 173 | 12,861
19 Sep 2019 #273
And that is why the Brits should do everything in their power to kick those scumbags out.

Let me repeat - not so fast. Kicking Poles out might be answered with a similar action towards Brits in Poland. That is why the governments have made a deal to avoid such a situation.

Co to za film?

Boys Don`t Cry and the guy is Peary the gangster.

please back on topic, everyone
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,782
25 Sep 2019 #274
There was me, another English lad, and a Latvian running around for 12 hours a

frankly, you were lucky to be even taken on. Our local meat facttory send recruitment teams to Romania and Bulgaria, while HR ( a Polish woman) routinely ignores applications from Brits, even while there is a massive sign outside saying 'we're hiring'. Might as well say 'we're hiring, but not Brits'.
Crow 139 | 8,312
26 Sep 2019 #275
Its not only Polish woman. Don`t get wrong impression. Its obvious that all Poles rapidly changes opinion on English. Opinion worsening. And with reason. Its lies. English lies. In every segment. Sick, lies. From government it sunk on people and they now all lie. Bestially lie. Actually they themselves don`t know what is lie and what is truth.

Woman just have that female intuition. They were first to know.
Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
26 Sep 2019 #276
Its obvious that all Poles rapidly changes opinion on English

More rubbish.............
Ironside 49 | 10,512
26 Sep 2019 #277
Seems like the English have a victim complex.
Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
26 Sep 2019 #278
Actually, if they are guilty of anything, it is the exact opposite. :-)
Ironside 49 | 10,512
26 Sep 2019 #279
Not if you go by what has been written in here.
Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
26 Sep 2019 #280
I am sure you have been on here long enough to know that you can't believe everything you read here. :-)
Bigmagic 1 | 4
26 Sep 2019 #281
Wow! I married into a Polish family whom introduced me into a large Polish community. I have never experienced anything like Polish women being like that. In fact, I was very accepted into that family and community. I have never known such love and camaraderie however, maybe that is only where I live?

We have family in Rzepin and every time we go there, we are treated the same way so I have advice to offer.
Gohome
9 Apr 2020 #282
I'm sorry but before I worked with any eastern Europeans in general I had an open mind. Now though I have to say they are rude, arrogant, aggressive, very driven by money and have a f**k everyone else attitude. I'm sure there are exceptions to the rule but I really feel they take more than they add to our society. I wasn't particularly pro Brexit but I really hope they do start to leave our country over the next few years.
jon357 63 | 15,223
10 Apr 2020 #283
in general I had an open mind.

I doubt that.
cms neuf - | 1,776
10 Apr 2020 #284
Yes, maybe now would be good time for nurses, bus drivers, shop assistants and bus drivers to leave Britain.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,969
10 Apr 2020 #285
There are certainly enough jobs available in Poland, or just across the border in Germany.
Jackson555 - | 2
10 Apr 2020 #286
Polish people are quite emotional. At the same time, they are concerned with how people perceive them. People will argue in shops, various offices etc (eg: they may yell at a clerk at the post office and she is likely to yell back). People cry at funerals, weddings, and religious events and at the movies. Men are expected to stay calmer than women and be "strong" but women are expected to be more reserved and not show emotions, especially if they are directed towards the opposite sex. Again, these are only the rules and they are constantly broken. As a foreigner though, you won't be really expected to know all them.
polishguy141414
11 Apr 2020 #287
Hi I came across this thread on the internet I just wanna add that I personally respect and like the English / British. I also see them as very distant but still cousins. If Czechs, Slovaks and East Germans are my closest family, then the British / English are like my distant relatives due to the Bell Beaker migration from Central Europe, then the Celtic people from Central Europe again and then Anglosaxons. On top of that, when growing up films, books and folklore from Britain has been a part of my childhood too like Charles Dickens or Harry Potter.
call1n 2 | 143
12 Apr 2020 #288
I was wondering why British say Poles are "disrespectful?" British mannerisms as they call "respect" are just meant for an upper class of people to do what they want. Then if someone from a poor upbringing see this but no one will go about going chit chat with them.

Might I remind you that the British went into Afghanistan to sell more opium to China. This was during the opium wars.

Don't you think it is "disrespectful" that rude Polish people can openly discuss this on this forum without being shunned at "having bad manors."
jon357 63 | 15,223
13 Apr 2020 #289
British mannerisms as they call "respect" are just meant for an upper class of people to do what they want.

Tosh.
PatClarke
16 May 2020 #290
In fairness they're disrespectful towards everyone, most of all towards each other.
Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
20 May 2020 #291
No, it is because British people smell bad......
omg123
27 May 2020 #292
this is horrible how all you people are talking abt polish people and english people, you can't judge a whole nationality based on a couple of encounters and make such assumptions i'm just a kid and ur all grown ppl and i know this is wrong and all of u cant see that. and i'm disappointed honestly in the adults of this society this is horrible
Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
28 May 2020 #293
this is horrible

Not as horrible as you think.
There is a lot of "banter" on here.....if you don't understand that word then maybe "joking" or "leg pulling".... most of us are not being nasty on here, Just mucking about.
jon357 63 | 15,223
29 May 2020 #294
you can't judge a whole nationality based on a couple of encounters and make such assumptions

You're absolutely right. Worth remembering though that this is a discussion where some people have as you say, a couple of encounters, some have 30 years of being from one country and living in the other, some are from one country with their roots and a very large part of their cultural base in the other and yet others who've never been to either and are just throwing their two pennorth in.

The truth, as much as truth exists, is more nuanced.

and i'm disappointed honestly in the adults of this society this is horrible

Even the adults of this society are disappointed with it, however you are right to be angry.

There is a lot of "banter" on here

The Archbishop of Banterbury himself could scarcely do better.
call1n 2 | 143
1 Jun 2020 #296
@Miloslaw
You know what is really funny: Poland lost her sovereignty by entering the European Union.
@omg123
First "good manners" has to do with Polish people vs English, now it has to do with being an adult vs being a kid.

For the record, kids and adults who do not pick up on "manners" and can say things that are true, without caring about what other people think.

That is really "horrible."
Tanya - | 3
1 Jun 2020 #297
I have been on some forums where SOME English called Poles "parasites" and said we are not White. But I know a female from England whom are very nice. Before I met her, I had a bad disdain for the English. I have traveled to many countries and never wanted to visit England because of it. Even though I am American, I still find it insulting.
call1n 2 | 143
1 Jun 2020 #298
During the time of the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth, Poland and Lithuania, not England and Germany was the center of Europe.

That is why there is so many people who insult Poland. They find it intimidating. That is why Poland should not join the EU and lose her sovereignty. The EU should join Poland. Things would be a lot better that way. The "polite" people who use mannerisms to hide lies, they belong on the bottom of the social ladder. People who are upfront and are truthful, they belong on the top.
jon357 63 | 15,223
1 Jun 2020 #299
Poland and Lithuania, not England and Germany was the center of Europe.

That's not remotely true. Not even nearly.

Especially given population density, economy and cultural output. If anything, France, Northern Italy and the Low Countries were far better placed.

That is why Poland should not join the EU and lose her sovereignty.

You're a bit late for that.
Sylvio 18 | 139
1 Jun 2020 #300
Back to the topic, I would hold off kicking anyone out of anywhere. English women and Polish women look for different things in men. And all things factored in, it would be pretty odd if it were otherwise. A Polish guy is a ruffty-tuffty, straight-up, resourceful guy, ready to fix the toilet, climb into the flat through the window - kind of guy, who won't ask his lady unnecessary, awkward questions. An English lady would have to be 'defrosted' from before WWII to look for such qualities in a bloke. UK ladies like gentle looks, easy manner, dress code, someone clued up on gossip, a fun conversation. No way a Polish guy could amuse a UK woman with his humor, or his clothes sense, unless she a lost article, or an ethnic herself.We Poles are nowhere near the latitude of UK home counties humor. Check some criptic cross words in Daily Telegraph. See if your can conjure up a couple slogans. A UK guy would be very lucky to find a Polka happy with his softly spoken, tentative, ever consenting, vague talk, who shies away from leading and keeping his woman where he thinks she should belong. BTW in comparison, UK guy is much better off trying his luck in US or Canada, where his accent will immefiately put him between an intellectual and a scientist, even if he can't spell his own name.


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