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Funny pictures from Poland



Del boy Edited by: Del boy    Oct 25, 2008, 03:13pm /  #
I know that thread was somewhere on PF but I can not find it, so again:
funny pictures form Poland.
fricken picture is too big I will post it later
its about Polish taxi company called fart ( in Polish luck)



cjjc   Oct 25, 2008, 03:34pm /  #
Del boy:

called fart


haha

Could you then say:

Dobry fart?

:>

sausage   Oct 25, 2008, 03:39pm /  #
Fart Cabs
Del boy:

Polish taxi company called fart

Why is this funny? :)

McCoy Edited by: McCoy    Oct 25, 2008, 03:56pm /  #
cjjc:

Could you then say: Dobry fart?



no, fart means a good luck




Zosia   Oct 26, 2008, 11:31am /  #
luck in polish means szczescie. i've never heard it translated as fart.

esek   Oct 26, 2008, 12:22pm /  #
Zosia:

luck in polish means szczescie. i've never heard it translated as fart.


fart is also luck... hell it's difficult to explain ;) maybe fart is just temporary luck... like I don't know... 'ale fart wygrałem 1000zł!' - "what a lucky break, I won 1000zl!" (does it make any sense?)

I found it is similar to English 'lucky break' definition:

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/lucky_break

Barciur   Oct 27, 2008, 07:27pm /  #
Yeah fart is more like a slang word I suppose.

polishgirltx   Oct 27, 2008, 08:11pm /  #
Zosia:

i've never heard it translated as fart.

farciarz - a man who's lucky
farciara - a woman who's lucky

;)

Sasha   Oct 28, 2008, 02:13am /  #
McCoy:

fart means a good luck


Zosia:

luck in polish means szczescie. i've never heard it translated as fart.



McCoy is right I guess. At least in Russian "fart" is also luck.

McCoy   Oct 28, 2008, 06:13am /  #







spieretti   Oct 28, 2008, 06:54am /  #
There's a Cafe Fart too, I think it's on the road from Katowice to Wisła. My missus says "fart" is more of a noun than an adjective, so if someone had a bit of luck you could say "to jest fart".

Zosia   Nov 12, 2008, 08:26am /  #
thanks everyone for clearing that up for me! now I'll be sure to use the word "fart" more in my vocabulary when talking in polish. :)

SeanBM   Nov 12, 2008, 08:33am /  #
Here is another.




time means   Nov 12, 2008, 12:12pm /  #
a five star boner :-))

Cenowski Edited by: Cenowski    Apr 2, 2009, 10:57am /  #
Thread attached on merging:
Funny Polish pictures

i thought i would make a thread dont know if it already exsists but not sure.....

if anyone can find any amazing crazy pictures of just mad stuff you sometimes see in Polska or what Polish people have been up too anywhere else just add here, i will start with some i found on net.....






LAGirl   Apr 4, 2009, 01:55am /  #
God that is funny pics.

Seanus   Apr 4, 2009, 01:57am /  #
Kutas, LOL. Probably Hungarian :)

JustysiaS   Apr 4, 2009, 01:58am /  #
Seanus:
Kutas, LOL. Probably Hungarian :)

Seanus tut tut

Seanus Edited by: Seanus    Apr 4, 2009, 02:00am /  #
Ach, there was a building supplies shop in Budapest called Arucha Cipa, LOL. No joke :)

What's wrong with kutas, Justy? ;) Don't knock it until you've tried it :)

JustysiaS   Apr 4, 2009, 02:08am /  #
Seanus:
What's wrong with kutas, Justy? ;) Don't knock it until you've tried it :)

very funny! :P

Seanus   Apr 4, 2009, 02:11am /  #
We told the guy at Smakosz that kapusta was tits in English. Mushrooms were pussy and bigos was cock. I could only imagine some foreigners walking in and him offering cock and pussy, LOL.

We were cruel but it was hilarious. He believed us!

JustysiaS   Apr 4, 2009, 02:16am /  #
hey, that's what us Poles do to English people

osiol   Apr 4, 2009, 02:35am /  #
My former flatmate tried that on me before - telling me false names of things in Polish. I don't think I ever fell for it, although I was a bit sceptical about a few words that turned out to be true, just because I detected a slightly smirk. The last time I said anything along the lines of...

Seanus:
kapusta was tits in English. Mushrooms were pussy and bigos was cock.

I kept my honesty, if not my modesty and made no mention of cabbage.

Guest   Apr 6, 2009, 05:38am /  #
When I was in Krakow I had fun taking pictures of things with "Krak" in them. Kraktours, Krakgas, Krakmeat... Maybe sometime I'll post them here.

Guest   Apr 7, 2009, 03:44pm /  #
I've seen milk here that was produced by a firm called "Wartmilk" ....

gumishu   Apr 7, 2009, 03:52pm /  #
Wartmilk lovely :)heheh

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