Most people are sensible enough to not go abroad with rotten, tatty notes. Or they're sensible enough to take a bank card or exchange money before they go. Quite frankly, if you're trying to exchange money, you should expect that they won't accept anything but notes in a decent condition.
Would you really accept 1000PLN of badly torn, written on notes from a UK bureau de change? I wouldn't!
That,s why trading with Poles is an uphill task. Attitude !!
Or more accurately, people in Poland aren't so desperate to do business with Brits with attitude problems. I won't deal with such people and I'm from the UK - what makes you think Poles are in any hurry to do so? They're quite happy to just lure all the industry from the UK anyway, making the UK less and less desirable to deal with.
Ever considered that there are cultural differences too to think about? A Pole wouldn't get very far in the UK with their direct, blunt way of speaking - likewise, the British approach to speaking frustrates many Polish people because they want us to get to the point now, not next week!
Don,t get these sort of jobsworth problems in the UK
Hahaha, you must be kidding me. Indian call centres, jobsworth 'security guards' and plain idiocy runs riot in the UK these days. The amount of money wasted in the UK on non-jobs is astronomical - one read of the Guardians jobs section should tell you that there's plenty of utterly useless jobs going for large salaries, unlike in Poland.
Let's not forget how the flagship British institution, the NHS, is being ran by jobsworths these days.
" k***a " is all you hear, every second word.
Different to the average British chav how, exactly?
Among my friends, I very rarely hear Kurwa or similar - in fact, us Brits swear far more than they do.