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Do Poles in the UK pretend to be uppity because they have an inferiority complex?


Ironside 49 | 10,108
2 Jan 2011 #31
Kudos to Eurola and aphro, both Poles,

aphro isn't polish, she maybe offended S!
hummingbird20 - | 17
2 Feb 2013 #32
I can't agree with you
I think English people for instance are ********
While polish people are cool!
Some of them would have inferiority complex,but I don't think everybody is the same
I've never felt down in any spot I went to.
Eastern europeans are not anymore like they used to be!Now I think they are better than the westerns.
They used to teach us too that catholic people are screwed up and that's cuz being catholic means you need to be strict!
You can't judge everybody people are different
urbanlegend - | 24
2 Feb 2013 #33
Answer to question: yes.

Poles can be amazingly naive. They actually think people believe:

" This <insert name of thing/institution/practice etc> is MUCH better in Poland" fools people.

Poles, people are humouring you and laughing at you.
citizen67 6 | 191
3 Feb 2013 #34
While polish people are cool!

Polish people are cool? Really? Well, if you think people who look like Harry Potter are cool, then they must be.
alexnye 2 | 30
3 Feb 2013 #35
They're certainly a breed apart from the other Europeans..

Polski Sklep everywhere
They MUST drink Polish beer
They MUST visit a Polish dentist.

Read their forums, you'll find requests for Polish EVERYTHING

Check this weirdo out.

mojawyspa.co.uk/forum/35/45321/Sklep-komputerowy-w-Cardiff

He needs a Polish Computer Shop in Cardiff :D
zetigrek
3 Feb 2013 #36
He needs a Polish Computer Shop in Cardiff :D

No, what he actually write is that it DOESN'T HAVE TO BE POLISH ONE!!!
You are pathetic hadsonhicks. Btw. have you changed your username?
Ironside 49 | 10,108
3 Feb 2013 #37
They're certainly

Are you certain that you are over 14 and you can post on this form?
Ziemowit 13 | 3,829
3 Feb 2013 #38
They MUST drink Polish beer

What's wrong about drinking Polish beer?

They MUST visit a Polish dentist.

What's wrong about visiting a Polish dentist??

He needs a Polish Computer Shop in Cardiff

What's wrong about needing a Polish Computer Shop in Cardiff???

If not anywhere else, there should definitely be one in Cardiff !!!! Cardiff without at least one Polish Computer Shop is an ugly and awful place.
zetigrek
3 Feb 2013 #39
Are you certain that you are over 14 and you can post on this form?

I can't believe that a guy who is in his mid twenties can act like that. Didn't he claim to have a university diploma? Hardly believable.
TommyG 1 | 361
3 Feb 2013 #40
You are pathetic hadsonhicks. Btw. have you changed your username?

He's changed his username but still writing the same old rubbish.
He saw 'inferiority complex' and knew where to come :D
zetigrek
3 Feb 2013 #41
He's changed his username but still writing the same old rubbish.

Exatcly. A no brainer would notice that if one wants to pretend somebody else one should change the record.

PS
What is the reputation of Open University?
Ziemowit 13 | 3,829
3 Feb 2013 #42
I can't believe that a guy who is in his mid twenties can act like that.

He's on the dole and he's bored ... (he has been "diagnosed" as such several times before on the PF; the Polish people immigrating to "moja wyspa" have stolen all the jobs he was eligible for in the UK).
ismellnonsense - | 118
3 Feb 2013 #43
Are you certain that you are over 14 and you can post on this form?

hahahaha :)

He's changed his username but still writing the same old rubbish.

i can only assume that he is jealous
Ironside 49 | 10,108
3 Feb 2013 #44
I can't believe that a guy who is in his mid twenties can act like that. Didn't he claim to have a university diploma? Hardly believable.

he is not in his mid twenties nor he got any kind of diploma unless it is a golden star's diploma for a correctly spelling the word pathetic.
citizen67 6 | 191
3 Feb 2013 #45
What's wrong about drinking Polish beer?alexnye: They MUST visit a Polish dentist.What's wrong about visiting a Polish dentist??alexnye: He needs a Polish Computer Shop in CardiffWhat's wrong about needing a Polish Computer Shop in Cardiff???If not anywhere else, there should definitely be one in Cardiff !!!! Cardiff without at least one Polish Computer Shop is an ugly and awful place.

Then what's the point of coming/going to Britain? you might as well hav stayed in Poland, if everything Polish is so f*cking wonderful. My god! never has my opinion of a nation dropped so quickly just two hours on this forum yesterday has completely changed my opinion of Poles and for the worse. I used to be a bit supportiv about Poles, "they are ok", "they work hard they" "they don't do me no harm", but now you just come over as arrogant pillocks with a ridiculously over-sized opinion of yourself,n i you all remind of that Polish Bloke that Simon Cowell had a go at on his program (World X Factor), weak humour, up-tight nerd! ;o)
zetigrek
3 Feb 2013 #46
citizen67

Is word sarcasm known in the place you live?

you all remind of that Polish Bloke that Simon Cowell had a go at on his program (World X Factor), weak humour, up-tight nerd! ;o)

Can we see it somewhere?
citizen67 6 | 191
3 Feb 2013 #47
Is word sarcasm known in the place you live?citizen67: you all remind of that Polish Bloke that Simon Cowell had a go at on his program (World X Factor), weak humour, up-tight nerd! ;o)Can we see it somewhere?

You're another one, mate, totally fail to be 10% funny or witty, this is just appalling, you're like a load of sulking big babies.
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
3 Feb 2013 #48
Cardiff is an ugly and awful place.

There ya go mate,edited it for you :)

PSWhat is the reputation of Open University?

Pretty good, its a well established,erm,establishment,not just a fly by night postal/internet course. You can take OU courses which are accredited by Oxbridge etc :)
Lenka 3 | 1,750
3 Feb 2013 #49
You're another one, mate, totally fail to be 10% funny or witty, this is just appalling, you're like a load of sulking big babies.

I don't really care about it but don't you think it's sometimes useful to look in the mirror?Excuse me for saying so but it's you that sounds sulky to me.
zetigrek
3 Feb 2013 #50
You're another one, mate, totally fail to be 10% funny or witty, this is just appalling, you're like a load of sulking big babies.

I wasn't trying to be funny. What's wrong with you? Why do you have a cheap on your shoulder?

Pretty good, its a well established,erm,establishment,not just a fly by night postal/internet course. You can take OU courses which are accredited by Oxbridge etc :)

Really? Hadsonhicks had completed a vourse there if I remember correctly.
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
3 Feb 2013 #51
/\ *chip on your shoulder*......
Someone says they have completed a course and you belive them?
I got my PhD from Cambridge......thats my story and Im sticking to it!!!!
No, but seriously, OU is used a lot by people in work or past the usual Uni age. You can do any course you like over a longer period than a standard Uni but they are just as tough to complete.
citizen67 6 | 191
3 Feb 2013 #52
I wasn't trying to be funny. What's wrong with you? Why do you have a cheap on your shoulder?

Chip, Chip Chip. I don't know what you wer trying to be, your post was inane.

I don't really care about it but don't you think it's sometimes useful to look in the mirror?Excuse me for saying so but it's you that sounds sulky to me.

I

not sulking I am baffled by the whining, sulky, big baby attitude on here! I am astounded, don't Poles hav anything positiv to say about anything in the World. I beginning to think I like Germans more than I like Poles after being on this forum. ;o)

and this my picture of a man in a bowler hat smoking a cigarette.

C);o)X------||___
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zetigrek
3 Feb 2013 #53
Chip, Chip Chip. I don't know what you wer trying to be, your post was inane.

I've asked you if the guy who was told off by Simon Cowell is somewhere on the ineternet to watch? What's inane about that? Why do you offend people?

I am astounded, don't Poles hav anything positiv to say about anything in the World.

Who are the Poles. Names please. Most people you talk to were born outside Poland.
Actually it's hard to say anything positiv after reading comments by alexnye, isn't it?
citizen67 6 | 191
3 Feb 2013 #54
I think we hav got a language problem here, I'm speaking English-English, you are speaking Polish- English. The points you are trying to make are very unclear, but anyhoo...

I don't find anything wrong with alexnye's posts.

and Apparently, the Simon Cowell guy was called, something like, Kuba Wojewodski.

C)8O.|
TommyG 1 | 361
3 Feb 2013 #55
Citizen67, your written English is not as good as you might have thought.
The points she was making were very clear despite not being a native speaker of English.
Your accusations about her standard of English are rather insulting as are your posts in general.
Maybe you should use a spell-checker yourself...
Ziemowit 13 | 3,829
3 Feb 2013 #56
Then what's the point of coming/going to Britain? you might as well hav stayed in Poland, if everything Polish is so f*cking wonderful.

That's exactly what I have been doing all my life!!!

citizen67 Is word sarcasm known in the place you live?

Yes, it's appaling that young Britons have lost that famous sense of sarcasm that the older generation was so famous and so proud of in the whole world ...

Schade, wirklich schade, young man!
citizen67 6 | 191
3 Feb 2013 #57
Citizen67, your written English is not as good as you might have thought.The points she was making were very clear despite not being a native speaker of English.Your accusations about her standard of English are rather insulting as are your posts in general.Maybe you should use a spell-checker yourself..

My God! her (?I thought she was a Bloke) posts aren't clear, to a non-nativ English speaker maybe, but not to a Nativ speaker, this happens a lot.. I did not insult her, in fact I did the opposit and gave her a break, and said, we are having a communication problem here because we are using two different versions of English.

i don't pretend my written English is good and all my spellings are deliberate.
ismellnonsense - | 118
3 Feb 2013 #58
what are you doing on polishforums citizen
you dont work and dont speak polish
APF 4 | 106
3 Feb 2013 #59
I wouldnt say Poles in foreign countries have a inferiority complex .. rather the Poles in Poland, who act to be a western country are uppity .. they never saw anything in their life, but think their country is the centre of the earth cause Warsaw has some skylines.

Poles in the UK are different, they changed while seeing the western world!
citizen67 6 | 191
3 Feb 2013 #60
all former Communist Countries will catch up with the rest of Europe, it is only because you had communism imposed on you that you stop developing, not your fault.


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