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What do Polish people think about Wales and Welsh people?



wildrover 98 | 4,459    
27 Jul 2011  #151

and sheep with webbed feet....and non stop bloody rain...

isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
27 Jul 2011  #152

sheep with webbed feet

do they still fit in normal size wellies?
wildrover 98 | 4,459    
27 Jul 2011  #153

You need special Welsh wellies...

two pairs in fact , one for your own webbed feet which will develop if you live there for more than a month....
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
27 Jul 2011  #154

You all say this about the Welsh weather, hand on heart I have never seen rain in Wales. Of course I dont live there but I have been plenty of times, ironically Wales and its weather is the reason I have regular melinoma/mole check ups down to having been sunburned worse than Clint Eastwood in the Good the Bad the Ugly on a Welsh beach at 13....................
wildrover 98 | 4,459    
27 Jul 2011  #155

Its the only place i have been in the UK where i saw five days of non stop heavy rain...

but of course it can also get very hot....

i got sick from too much sun as a child on some caravan site in LLandudno...
welshbabe    
1 Sep 2011  #156

i married a weshman and he is wonderful and caring and supportive and his family are hard working proud people nothing wrong with the welsh and i was born in englang so i dont see why people just let others have thier history

sorry about spelling my keyboard letters getting stuck
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
2 Sep 2011  #157

Oh, just thought you were speaking Welsh.......:)
TAFFYAPPLE    
12 Sep 2011  #158

LAVA BREAD THAT ALL YOU KNOW IM WELSH AND VERY PROUD WALES IS BIGGER THAN LAVA BREAD LOVE!!!!!!
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,516    
12 Sep 2011  #159

bore da.
nobody mentioned lava bread here only you cariad.
Welshiee28    
18 Sep 2011  #160

I'm Welsh and no we don't like it when you call us sheep shaggers. Cos, we don't? You don't call New Zealand sheep shaggers and they have sheep? Most of us are lovely and there's nothing really to hate about us. Yeah sure the accent can be a bit cringey on times but to be completely honest, we don't all have that bad an accent? So basically, a lot of you are hating on us for no reason. We are awesome. The end. Cymru am Byth! ;)
Wroclaw 45 | 5,409    
18 Sep 2011  #161

So basically, a lot of you are hating on us for no reason.

i'd like to think it's just harmless fun.

We are awesome.

some welsh bands are. and the occasional male voice choir
Seanus 15 | 19,743    
18 Sep 2011  #162

My home city's people are called sheep shaggers and it really doesn't bother me.

As for the Welsh, they have good actors/actresses and sportspeople. Sir Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta Jones, Vinny Jones, Ryan Giggs and Gary Speed etc etc.
bullfrog 6 | 604    
18 Sep 2011  #163

Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales:

You really call this a mountain?
Seanus 15 | 19,743    
18 Sep 2011  #164

It is a mountain, just a smaller one :)
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
18 Sep 2011  #165

Yes, and its full of welsh gold,unlike your mountains which are full of jewish gold................
Wroclaw 45 | 5,409    
18 Sep 2011  #166

nasty, but with some truth in it.
Seanus 15 | 19,743    
18 Sep 2011  #167

Exactly! It's just a fact.
modafinil - | 421    
18 Sep 2011  #168

I'm Welsh and no we don't like it when you call us sheep shaggers

I call Northerners and Yorkshireman Ferret F'ckers. I'm not quite sure what Londeners/Southerners sexual deviancy is, but when it is clearly untrue it is a mere jibe.
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
18 Sep 2011  #169

I say,how rude, my Whippet is now giving me that " have you really been shagging those ferrets again " look, thanks for causing a domestic on a Sunday......
bullfrog 6 | 604    
18 Sep 2011  #170

Yes, and its full of welsh gold,unlike your mountains which are full of jewish gold................

well, for once, I am going to have to quote Wikipedia "The name Snowdon is from the Old English for "snow hill" . So it is a hill (maybe a glorifed one) , not a mountain.. Of course, the UK invented this 2,000 ft boundary to pretend to have mountains.. A bit like Afganisthan talking about roads..
Seanus 15 | 19,743    
18 Sep 2011  #171

Again, who cares about classifications/labels? It's nice and that's what counts.
teflcat 5 | 1,034    
18 Sep 2011  #172

i'd like to think it's just harmless fun.

I agree. Just one thing, though. Are forum rules relaxed on Sundays? Don't get me wrong - I think mods are far too trigger-happy on the point of digression, it's just that I don't see the place of this thread on this forum. Oh, I remember...'from a Polish perspective'.
Seanus 15 | 19,743    
18 Sep 2011  #173

Many Poles went to Wales too ;)
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
18 Sep 2011  #174

Yes, one of them killed his girlfriend,accidently,after he had been away at sea and found her fooling around,lucily though a young girl found the murder weapon and hid it from the police because she fancied him in that innocent way kids do. Anyway they ran off together and found a ship to take them away from wales...its all here;

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiger_Bay_(film)
;)
Great movie BTW :)
Claire :) WALES    
13 Feb 2012  #175

Oh Yeah Right! I live in Wales and its not very nice what ur saying!!! This is coming from a 12 year old..English but living in Wales and have actual respect! there just like everyone else where i live, normal, kind, talkative, not boring countryside obsessed with sheep and everything! im getting really p!ss#d off with people thinking Wales is all that! I, Myself, have great respect bout every country and do not say horrid things and call them names. people should be ASHAMED! stop ganging up on people! i know some people have opinions on people they have met but do you actually think all of them are like that? NO! and BTW North Wales, where i live, speak english! no accent just english kk?!
Wroclaw 45 | 5,409    
13 Feb 2012  #176

This is coming from a 12 year old

if u r 12 yrs old then read this.

"You certify that you are 14 years of age or over to be able to read or participate in the forum discussions".
Claire :) WALES    
13 Feb 2012  #177

I havent seen that......
Wroclaw 45 | 5,409    
13 Feb 2012  #178

u had better tell us u made a mistake and that u r actually 14
Ironside 46 | 8,729    
13 Feb 2012  #179

You certify that you are 14 years of age

Eh? 14 ?
Is this forum suitable for kids at all ?
Wroclaw 45 | 5,409    
13 Feb 2012  #180

Is this forum suitable for kids at all ?

that's a change of topic. you may start a thread on it if you wish




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