I'm Ewa. From Poland. Where is my drink?
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polish women are 'highly intelligent' ...who writes this shit? show me the data that indicates polish people are higher iq than any other country? pah. i met a polish woman once who was 9/10 but clearly mentally retarded.
girl from Republic of Georgia told me about her experience in Warshaw. She lived there for a while.
every weekend Young Pollaks getting so drunk then.bang each other in a bushes. in a parks.
She only can compare that drinking with Russians...
ahhha brothers in drinking ...and puking...
take finnas in your sick company.
Lol, I love the part where she had to go back inside, my polish friends do this kind of thing all the time. I used to think it was OCD, like asking every store clerk when they close as they leave a store even if they know they will never go to that store again and going back into the house after leaving and coming back or a few minutes later every time.
Thanks for the info ON the Polish women's names- I appreciate it. Personally, I kind of like that the names end with an a. I think Kasia is a Fantastic name that's Fun to say, and Karolina, Marta, Kinga and Agata , Etc (the Duda ladies' first names ,right ?) are cool, too,in MY opinion. AgatHa is how I see it spelled In the USA.
AND thanks for the warning about Hungary. I guess I'll never TRY to order dinner in Budapest!! :-) BUT... EVEN with my VERY limited Polish, I can still say Pierogi, Bigos,kielbasa ,Zurek
AND golabki (or golumpki?), and Pączki, SO I Should be OK when I finally am able to visit "MY" niesamowite (I may have used/spelled that incorrectly) Poland!!
Plus, I am good with saying Dziękuję Bardzo, SO I I'll have good manners when I'm there. :-)
+Charlie S. Polish or Russian are not toughest languages. Hungarian is, as fuck XD
Almost all polish female names ends with '-a' (except from 'Noemi'), yes it's a result of our law. Polish law anticipated christening by only polonised names, from a list (there was ab. 10k names, I guess). So, You won't meet a polish person called 'Xavier'.
So, if You met a polish girl with name, which doesn't end with '-a', then she just lied (XD), or aglicisated her name. Or simplified it, because e.g. she's called 'Świętosława' and it's impossible to be spelled by not native XDD
Almost all french, german or english old female names are polonised - so in Poland there is no 'Justine', but 'Justyna'; 'Jeanette' but 'Żaneta'; 'Susan' but 'Zuzanna', and so on.
It's so complicated!! I NOW know why Polish wasn't taught in my schools growing up, as nobody would've been able to pass it!!😀 Also, I've noticed that most - BUT NOT ALL - Polish female names end with an "a. " Was that once a law, OR is that a myth??
+Charlie S. It's cause they're second or even third generation Americans.
In English there's no inflection for gender as it is in German, Polish or Russian. In slavic languages there's even inflection for gender of proper nouns like surnames.
Being with Polish woman is A next level as you need to be intelligent,manly , with goals in life - career and family ,have balls if you don’t she will leave you ..- I have dated different nationality and some girls needs are a lot different. - living in uk
..when she smashes your house up, accuses you of shagging your own sister, gets drunk and attacks you, causes trouble with everyone, makes a fucking mess of everything and yet still thinks she's fucking perfect..
just be very careful with women.. you have to know one for quite a long time before she shows her true colours, but they usually start to show after a period of three weeks.. I've noticed this time and time again.. they keep up the façade for about three weeks, then they can't maintain it anymore.. control your heart, don't let a woman control it or any part of you, keep your money for yourself.. don't spend too much cash on one and don't let her borrow any.. good women that actually like you only want your time.. I still talk to women, I still have sex with women, but I'm living alone for the rest of my life now, I need my space and I don't need everything I own destroying ever again.. for some reason women get away with enormous amounts of vandalism.. I'm not going to fall in love in a hurry.. we have a whole world full of women, lots to do, lots to explore and enjoy.. always put your own happiness before hers because she puts hers before yours.. they're just made this way and can't help themselves much.. women have 'fish love' for men.. watch the video about fish love.. you know a woman really thinks a lot of you when she really listens, respects your wishes and considers your feelings to be equally as important as her own.. it takes a truly mentally matured individual to be able to do this, an adult.. and just don't take any crap my friend.. as soon as they start to be rude, shout at you and stuff like that, just tell them it's over and MEAN IT! ..turn around and walk away because things only ever get worse, and they won't change for you.. people only change when they are ready to, but first they must realise they need to.. and since we live in a world full of arrogant people that think they're perfect already it's actually hard to find a fully-fledged adult with some real mental capacity and wisdom.. your own company is always the best in the world
Polish women tend to be somewhat old fashioned, usually religious. Very family oriented so if you don't want kids forget it. Many only date Polish men and hang in Polish circles so be mindful. I'm Polish and I usually avoid them. Just too pressuring for my tastes from what I've seen...
One of the best things about traveling is to meet new people. We met through the Miss Travel app and were lucky enough to see our story develop way beyond the first dinner (which Jade still thinks was not a date, but it totally was). After traveling to Paris, Madrid, London and Chile together, we still maintain contact despite the thousands of miles which stand between us and both aspire to write the second chapter of our story. This type of experience is what makes life so worth living! The hotel, staff and service were all first class. The events were smoothly run with professionalism and more than enough food and drink for everyone.