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Do many Polish people in America hate Americans?


Maaarysia
17 Feb 2010 #271
Statistically Brits are one of the most liked by Poles nation...
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
17 Feb 2010 #272
I have heard tons of girls complain uncut guys don't know how to wash themselves right.

Uncut, fine, untrimed...NO CHANCE!...

It's a hygiene thing more than anything.

To a certain degree, but a bloke that showers every day and washes properly is going to be clean even if he's not had it sniped.

Women with hairy legs and armpits is natural too but most of us wouldn't prefer it ;)

Thats different, you know it... :D

I'm British and also i'm intelligent.

Thats a matter of conjecture!

Statistically Brits are one of the most liked by Poles nation...

Aparently not, there are polls that say othewise.
Exiled 2 | 425
17 Feb 2010 #273
The Jews are cut.(not that the nazis looked there to recognize them).
Steveramsfan 2 | 306
17 Feb 2010 #274
Thats a matter of conjecture!

Ok so MENSA is wrong and you are correct.

I don't like UK so i'm not intelligent. hmmm

I will not live in UK ever again if I have my way but I will take my pension that I have earned with me.
z_darius 14 | 3,968
18 Feb 2010 #275
It's a hygiene thing more than anything.

In countries where they do not fix what's not broke hygiene means water and soap, not surgery.
beelzebub - | 444
18 Feb 2010 #276
Yeah you would say that. In fact you are probably going to spend the next few hours trying to refute everything I have posted. So I will say this now and be done with you.

YOU are exactly the kind of person I am talking about in my posts and are responsible for the less than stellar reputation Poland often enjoys. Carry on.
z_darius 14 | 3,968
18 Feb 2010 #277
Yeah you would say that. In fact you are probably going to spend the next few hours trying to refute everything I have posted.

That would be pointless. After all you are American ergo you don't have an exit strategy (but congratulations on at least attempting one), you just keep on bombing.

Nighty.
hague1cameron - | 85
18 Feb 2010 #278
rich and lazy.

that bit sounds about right, but i would add fat and stupid to the mix as well.
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
18 Feb 2010 #279
at least our ancestors didnt drop us off on a island because we were misfits of society!
I dont hate anyone, cause its a strong word .
hague1cameron - | 85
18 Feb 2010 #280
well OK how about that

highest average IQ at 107, compared with 100 across Britain. The UK is also beaten by Poland (106), Sweden (104), Italy (102), Austria (101) and Switzerland (101).
But Britons are brighter than people in Belgium (99), Spain (98), Hungary (98), Russia (96), Greece (95), France (94), Romania (94), Turkey (90) and Serbia, which finishes bottom with 89.

it's 98 for the US by the way.

So not really, i think knowledge is still quite a good indicator.
FUZZYWICKETS 8 | 1,883
18 Feb 2010 #281
hahaha, IQ tests. that's great.

it's worth saying that in America, I never took an IQ test. ever. as a matter of fact, I can't recall any of my friends or family telling me that they took one. curious as to how those statistics were calculated.

i don't care what you all were talking about earlier, looks like a lot of whining and pointless banter, but quoting IQ statistics and thinking they prove anything whatsoever is foolish.

France is 94? USA is 98? Yeah, you're right, since those countries OBVIOUSLY don't have any smart people in them.....I mean.....are there even any decent Uni's in America?.....have they EVER come up with an innovative product?....(insert emoticon with it's eyes rolling).....
hague1cameron - | 85
18 Feb 2010 #282
i don't care what you all were talking about earlier, looks like a lot of whining and pointless banter, but quoting IQ statistics and thinking they prove anything whatsoever is foolish.

I'am just responding to a previous American who did just that posted IQ results, seeing how contradictory they were to common assumption i countered them with other results.

at least our ancestors didnt drop us off on a island because we were misfits of
society!

Once again the razor sharp American wit. Actually if you could've been bothered to learn something about your country's history you would realize that America preceded Australia in accommodating what you call 'misfits of society'
convex 20 | 3,978
18 Feb 2010 #283
religious wackos went to America, criminals were shipped off to Australia..
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
18 Feb 2010 #284
at least our ancestors didnt drop us off on a island because we were misfits of
society!

PMSL :D Good one Patty ;0)

religious wackos went to America, criminals were shipped off to Australia..

Not quite, there were plenty of normal people that went there and there were plenty of people (read children) who ended up there without a choice...

The Quakers were not relgious wackos...I think you mean your bible bashing nut jobs you have these days...nothing to do with my ancestors...you created them all by yourselves!
hague1cameron - | 85
18 Feb 2010 #285
religious wackos went to America, criminals were shipped off to Australia..

No, you don't know your history criminals were also shipped to America, it only ended after they gained their independence.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
18 Feb 2010 #286
This is true, but I think the point being made is, its far more likely that someone whose family originated in the UK and have been in Aus for several generations are more likely to have a convict ancestor than American would - nothing wrong with that :D They sent petty thieves to Aus...stealing a loaf of bread was enough in those days to end up on a ship bound to goodness knows where....
hague1cameron - | 85
18 Feb 2010 #287
That is true, but the vast majority of Australians were later, or like me (2001) very recent arrivals.
convex 20 | 3,978
18 Feb 2010 #288
No, you don't know your history criminals were also shipped to America, it only ended after they gained their independence.

you might want to check your vag for sand, and clean if necessary. a humorous comment, chuckle chuckle everybody.

Yes, most people know that the British also used America as a convenient place for long term storage of criminals.

The Quakers were not relgious wackos

No, but the calvinists were/are.

And yes, most people know that the British also used Australia as a convenient place for permanent storage of unwanted children.

Britain managed to dump unwanted kids all over the place, America, Canada, New Zealand, some of the African colonies...
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
18 Feb 2010 #289
That is true, but the vast majority of Australians were later, or like myself (2001) very recent arrivals.

I have family in the State of Victoria - 4th generation...Also there were plenty of people that went over in the early days...a middle class person could buy a lot of land and have "free" labour...they were like royalty over there..Then much later in the 1950s, the UK practically gave free passage to those that wanted to go...a quick check of the family tree was all that was needed (no blacks or asians and you were fine!)...

And yes, most people know that the British also used Australia as a convenient place for permanent storage of unwanted children.

Not quite true, there were plenty that were wanted (those found after the blitz) who were shipped over for convenience and those that were in temporary care in the early days...You really do need to learn a bit before you speak on such matters...

Your modern day bible bashers would make the calvinists look like wh*res and devils in comparison :D You might want to look at the surnames of the founders of the religion...they were not English ;0)

Along with Martin Bucer, Heinrich Bullinger, Peter Martyr Vermigli, and Ulrich Zwingli

Calvin was a French exile in Geneva (not English!)

That is true, but the vast majority of Australians were later, or like me (2001) very recent arrivals.

Why get irritated with the comments, you're not even Austrailian...
matteroftaste
18 Feb 2010 #290
Hungary (98), Russia (96), Greece (95), France (94), Romania (94), Turkey (90) and Serbia

that looks like a great achievement. (kiddin')
convex 20 | 3,978
18 Feb 2010 #291
Not quite true, there were plenty that were wanted (those found after the blitz) who were shipped over for convenience and those that were in temporary care in the early days...You really do need to learn a bit before you speak on such matters...

Considering the fact that they were sent away from their homeland, I'd say they were unwanted.

Your modern day bible bashers would make the calvinists look like wh*res and devils in comparison :D You might want to look at the surnames of the founders of the religion...they were not English ;0)

The founders of the religion weren't, but people that made their way over the US were. Edward Winslow & co come to mind.

our modern day bible bashers would make the calvinists look like wh*res and devils in comparison

wouldn't doubt it. there are now laws in place to prevent their atrocities though.
Lir
18 Feb 2010 #292
Yes, most people know that the British also used America as a convenient place for long term storage of criminals.

Regarding Australian child migrants......interesting article.

guardian.co.uk/society/2009/nov/15/apology-child-migrants-gordon-brown
matteroftaste
18 Feb 2010 #293
But she says that they hate being here

Easy to solve this problem. It's not just about Poles in the states, it's about foreigners anywhere. They don't like it or even hate it, go back home.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Feb 2010 #294
Some want to but got married and thus created complications. Throw in a kid and then you have a dilemma.
matteroftaste
18 Feb 2010 #295
Well take your family with you then, lol
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Feb 2010 #296
I wasn't talking about me. There was a guy here who had that issue to think about. All the females recommended the Polish female come back with the kid and all the males felt that the guy should stay in the US with the kid. It told a story!
matteroftaste
18 Feb 2010 #297
I wasn't talking about me

I know, I was just messing with you :-)
z_darius 14 | 3,968
18 Feb 2010 #298
Not quite true, there were plenty that were wanted (those found after the blitz) who were shipped over for convenience and those that were in temporary care in the early days...You really do need to learn a bit before you speak on such matters...

The UK government recently apologized[/url] for those "wanted" kids. I know a lot of "home children".
guardian.co.uk/society/2009/nov/15/apology-child-migrants-gordon-brown
Many of broken lives of people who were torn away from their loved ones and now desperately look for their families in the UK.
Maaarysia
19 Feb 2010 #299
I wasn't talking about me. There was a guy here who had that issue to think about. All the females recommended the Polish female come back with the kid and all the males felt that the guy should stay in the US with the kid. It told a story!

Why not? They may hate USA but love American dollars... Is it surprising you?
hague1cameron - | 85
19 Feb 2010 #300
Why get irritated with the comments, you're not even Austrailian...

Not irritated at all, but I am a citizen you know.


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