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Advantages of living in Poland as opposed to the UK.


Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Sep 2010 #61
NMC, why do you say that? I have the impression that English girls would 'go for it' more in bed but that's just an impression. They tend to be more open generally. Polish girls tend to dance more for themselves or to cut loose. I know many Scottish girls go to the dance floor to pull.
pgtx 30 | 3,158
10 Sep 2010 #62
Sex is better in Poland because there are more pierogi.

the secret ingredient is skwarki!
southern 75 | 7,096
10 Sep 2010 #63
Polish girls tend to dance more for themselves

Don't think so.They tell me things like "I went to the club to get boys" a Greek girl would never say sth like that.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Sep 2010 #64
Maybe abroad but many girls here don't operate that way, southern. You can see that they are focussed on themselves much more. It's a basic observation IMHO.
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
10 Sep 2010 #65
Location! Location! Location! hahahaha

lol, OK, so the next English girlfriend I get, I'm taking her to Poland,
it'll be like milfhunter-dot-com all day long, haha :D

NMC, why do you say that? I have the impression that English girls would 'go for it' more in bed but that's just an impression

Experience? I'm not willing to say how many, but it's the English (or English-born) ones who were the most memorable, without a doubt, and it was definitely not "just an impression" to me. However, I realise that everyone's experience is different :)
OP Wroclaw Boy
10 Sep 2010 #66
5. Young people go for coffee ect, as opposed to here where the weekend consists of getting "sh1t-faced".

In the UK its all who's got the coke? Have a dabble then buy some yourself, then be chasing the buzz all night, what a load of crap, just give me some beer and pierogi.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Sep 2010 #67
They go for ECT too, Davie? ;) ;)

Getting a 'trap' and the jibe that goes along with it would just make me laugh. Poles go out to be social and not play funny games generally.
OP Wroclaw Boy
10 Sep 2010 #68
As I've mentioned before, I've been to Poland at least a dozen times, and I've visited family on almost every occasion. I visit my closest family over here regularly, far more than I go on holiday anywhere! I haven't been on holiday this year, but I've visited my mum at least 20 times this year!

Does your mother live in Poland?

it'll be like milfhunter-dot-com all day long, haha :D

And whats a milf?
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
10 Sep 2010 #69
Does your mother live in Poland?

No, she doesn't, but she doesn't live near me, either.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
10 Sep 2010 #70
In the UK its all who's got the coke?

I was thinking about this earlier today.
Illegal drugs are not so ramped here in Poland as they are in the U.K. or Ireland for that matter.
zetigrek
11 Sep 2010 #71
Illegal drugs are not so ramped here in Poland as they are in the U.K. or Ireland for that matter.

well certainly not coke (it's too expensive). In my teens some were eating e-pills or snorting amphetamine (not to mention weed), but still in Poland it's the relatively "small" problem. But in my generation for instance it's pretty tolerated to use drugs (it's not any sensation anymore). Dopalcze additionally make it more tolerable...

I was shocked when I saw in a programme series about healthy life style a british stripteaser who was useing coke. It was the one of the shows which was: apply to our programme and we change your unhealthy life style to healthy one. And in the most of the episodes it was about ppl who eat unhealthy food. And there they took this stripteaser... and when she started to say that she uses coke occasionally it was considered like no big deal! Almost like useing the coke was almost the same as eating too much white bread! I thought to myslef, wow! I mean it's good that they don't claim that every occasionally user is a junky but still it was weird to see those ppl looking on coke usages like a little sin...
CheFinny 5 | 45
11 Sep 2010 #72
amazing sweeping statement. Have you had sex with every scottish and every Polish girl. I agree though my one experience with a Scottish girl was not memorable in the least, they are also, somehow, even uglier than the Irish (sweeping statement).
Harry
11 Sep 2010 #73
And whats a milf?

Mother I'd Like to Fcuk.

Apparently.

no need to report this
Pinching Pete - | 558
11 Sep 2010 #74
no need to report this

lol.. it's a cultural reference mod.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Sep 2010 #75
You know, it's actually quite hard to answer this question. The UK has most of what Poland has and that makes it difficult.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
11 Sep 2010 #76
The UK has most of what Poland has and that makes it difficult.

From a geographical view, the weather and the accessibility to other countries are the two top differences.

Other cultural views are more about preference.
CheFinny 5 | 45
11 Sep 2010 #77
although Poland doesnt have the ugly Scottish people, well not that many of them anyway
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Sep 2010 #78
You have no idea what you are talking about, ChafinFanny. There are plenty ugly people anywhere and here is no exception. The Welsh seem to produce some real good lookers for the size of the country. Hopkins, Giggs, Zeta Jones and other sportspeople match many Poles but it's no contest.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
11 Sep 2010 #79
Ah, he has a point though, I mean any time I want to feel good about myself image, I need not look any further than the nearest Scot.

And that goes for you too Delfy boy, Card and Taylor ;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Sep 2010 #80
That's what happens when fried Mars bars and fish&chips dominate the culinary scene ;) ;) Poles tend to be better proportioned. Been all around Scotland, Seanny?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
11 Sep 2010 #81
Been all around Scotland, Seanny?

Nope, just a few of the Shetland islands and only passed through a few cities in Scotland a few times.
I really enjoyed Shetland.

I miss the Ocean sometimes.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Sep 2010 #82
That explains it then ;) ;)

Asides from access, Seanny, what else does Poland have on the UK?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
11 Sep 2010 #83
Asides from access, Seanny, what else does Poland have on the UK?

I said weather too.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Sep 2010 #84
The weather has been as dull as dishwasher here for some time. If it's not dreich and gloomy, it's too hot like it was in summer. The still atmosphere sums up the humdrum vibe nicely, the one that Teffle was alluding to. I really don't want to leave my flat under such conditions.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
11 Sep 2010 #85
The weather has been as dull as dishwasher here for some time.

And it is still better than the UK.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Sep 2010 #86
Generally yes :)
zetigrek
11 Sep 2010 #87
The still atmosphere sums up the humdrum vibe nicely, the one that Teffle was alluding to. I really don't want to leave my flat under such conditions.

wow you're sensitive...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Sep 2010 #88
To the weather maybe :)
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
11 Sep 2010 #89
Taylor

Cheeky git! ;) Is that because when we are around you, we make you look good ;)
pawian 176 | 14,293
10 Oct 2012 #90
pawian: Even in urban districts considered dangerous you can walk at night and nothing happens.

Still plenty of dodgy places in Polish cities though. But I agree, I don't think there's anywhere which compares with our inner-cities or peripheral estates.

Nice of you to agree.

8. It's much easier to go away on holidays. For example just to go to one of the Islands in Scotland for the weekend would cost me about £500, in Poland I could drive and stay in a hotel for a week for the same amount of money).

Does it mean an average Brit can`t afford going on longer vacation, e.g., one month, even within the UK???


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