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


Miloslaw 7 | 3,264
1 Jun 2020 #301
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Interesting post.
As a British born person with Polish parents I do see where you are coming from.
But I do think that you denigrate Poles somewhat.
I know many intelligent Poles with a sense of humour that are capable of charming the ar$e off many English women....
jon357 63 | 15,214
1 Jun 2020 #302
Yes there are some interesting Points, although yes again, he's being hard on Poles.

And I did think that the idea of an English lady being defrosted from before WWII doesn't quite chime with what you might expect to meet on a Friday night in a pub in Doncaster.
Zlatko
3 Jun 2020 #303
Maybe they're fed up with Anglo culture being shoved their throats?

Imo Poland should ask for a tiny strip of land from Ukraine around Slovakia and make a union with Hungary (sort of like a union of two autonomous states). And make Krakow the capital. Or Trojmiasto (it's a port). Warsaw's too isolated there and kinda too close to Russia and Belarus. And looks too soulless for a capital
kaprys 3 | 2,363
3 Jun 2020 #304
@Zlatko
Warsaw paid its share in the nation's history.
A city rebuilt from ashes by its people who chose to live there even when there were no conditions to live.
How do you ask a country for a tiny strip of land? :)
And I doubt people of Kraków would like to have all the politicians there. There's even a song whose title roughly translates to English as don't move the capital to Kraków.
jon357 63 | 15,214
3 Jun 2020 #305
Anglo culture being shoved their throats?

By whom?

How do you ask a country for a tiny strip of land?

Indeed. It isn't exactly vacant territory.
Miloslaw 7 | 3,264
3 Jun 2020 #306
@Zlatko

Mate, you are talking crap.....or are you just trolling?

Warsaw paid its share in the nation's history.

It certainly did and deserves to be Poland's capital.
jon357 63 | 15,214
3 Jun 2020 #307
It certainly did and deserves to be Poland's capital.

I don't see that ever changing. Or anybody wanting it to.
Zlatko
4 Jun 2020 #308
The media is shoving Anglo (mostly American) culture (if you can call it culture). Hopefully the evil US empire is falling.
Crow 139 | 8,596
4 Jun 2020 #309
Why are Polish people, especially women, so disrespectful toward the English?

Its maybe time Poles to reconsider that one about English. See, English moved out of the EU. They aren`t that stupid. And they have backbone, sure and USA behind them and USA have them. And brat Boris is smart and have good immunity.
Zlatko
4 Jun 2020 #310
Yeah as if being a slave puppet to the US is good. Unfortunately Poland has traded slavery to Russia to one to the Americans. I hope the power will shift to Scandinavia and Central Europe (excluding Germany) or Australia. Too bad it's Russia or China that would like to be the next world police. Anyway Poles better increase the ties with Scandinavia.
jon357 63 | 15,214
4 Jun 2020 #311
The media is shoving Anglo (mostly American) culture

Are they?

How exactly?
Crow 139 | 8,596
4 Jun 2020 #312
Anyway Poles better increase the ties with Scandinavia.

Kashubs increasing ties with Serbia. Joining to Lusatians in that sense. I hope others will follow. Then we together liberate Scandinavia from Arabs.

Unfortunately Poland has traded slavery to Russia to one to the Americans.

In my country we have perception of Poland being puppet to Germany, while Polonia of US doing patriotic role.
pawian 170 | 11,336
23 Jun 2020 #313
A Polish guy is a ruffty-tuffty, straight-up, resourceful guy, ready to climb into the flat through the window - kind of guy,

hmm, I didn`t know this British proverb/saying/idiom about entering the house through the window. What does it mean exactly? I imagine it suggests getting to your female lover whose room is upstairs and you need to climb up to avoid meeting the husband. Correct?


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