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still_wisher Activity: 7 / 98
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  Apr 1, 2009, 08:15pm  #121

JustysiaS:
so you can think what you want really.

i do :) and i don't hv any problems with others being them selfs or faking it ..actually i don't care.
Randal:
B( <--how's that for tough?! Huh?

tough enough:)
Peepops Activity: 3 / 45
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  Apr 1, 2009, 08:39pm  #122

True that dog. Talk about being tough I was talkin smack on the CB here in SC and was told to take my yankee sissy ass back up north. LOL
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  Apr 1, 2009, 08:43pm  #123

Peepops:
True that dog

No no no... It's, "Tru dat, dawg! Yo!"

Must I give homie speech lessons? Sheesh.
Peepops Activity: 3 / 45
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  Apr 1, 2009, 08:57pm  #124

My bad I'm takin my Yankee ass back north.
aprilpeetz Activity: - / 2
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  Apr 9, 2009, 03:40am  #125

It's true about the horns. However we are loyal to a tee. We protect what is ours, and will defend you like a mother bear will her cubs. We are also very dramatic. But once your hooked, your stuck on the amount of love we can lavish on you.
joland Activity: 4 / 86
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  Apr 10, 2009, 11:13am  #126

the vast majority of polish women are:

- addicted to playing mindgames
- have many boyfriends at once
- they sleep with you, then go to club and pick up a black guy and sleep with him too
in the same night

Of course the polish girls will jump now and say that is not true. It is not true for the ugly ugly girls who cant get any guy, of course.

But it's true for the pretty ones: they can never settle for just 1 guy at a time
alexis2000   Jun 7, 2010, 01:39am  #127

I have a polish girlfriend and I would definitely say there differences between English and Polish women. Polish women are not so used to be treating too nicely so don't be too nice/soft in comparison to English girls that love it. Polish women are more tolerant than English women. Normally English girls would quickly run away something isn't working the way they want, a Polish woman would try to make effort to make something work. A clear example is the low rate of divorces in Poland

joland
i agree on "addicted to playing mindgames"
JustysiaS Activity: 14 / 2,256
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  Jun 7, 2010, 01:49am  #128

01:39

alexis2000:
a Polish woman would try to make effort to make something work. A clear example is the low rate of divorces in Poland


01:44

alexis2000:
i agree on "addicted to playing mindgames"


did she dump you a minute ago? the ungrateful b!tch! rotfl
paulinska Activity: 7 / 81
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  Jun 7, 2010, 12:59pm  #129

I know a Polish girl who says 3 kurwas in a 5 word sentence! I think what most Polish gals have less of is - Emotional control! They're beautiful though, aren't they?

Tip: Once the tantrums start - Just put cotton wool in your ears! Not that i understand half of what they're saying at that point anyway!
kie Activity: 13 / 25
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  Jun 7, 2010, 01:42pm  #130

basically, in my experience, they're a total pain in the a ss. Expect to say goodbye to your freedom, friends and hobbies, expect children any time soon and a rushed through marriage. Get out while you still can!
Miguel Colombia Activity: - / 376
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  Jun 7, 2010, 02:23pm  #131

kie:
Expect to say goodbye to your freedom, friends and hobbies,


Goodbye to your money, too. I heard about this guy from Irak whose Polish girlfriend ripped 200 euro off a friend of his!
A J Activity: 4 / 1,111
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  Jun 7, 2010, 02:37pm  #132

midgeure:
What are Polish Women like?


They're like women sometimes.

midgeure:
Just started to date one.


Have fun!

;)
southern Activity: 78 / 7,171
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  Jun 7, 2010, 02:58pm  #133

Polish women are like the person you see on 50 euro banknote.
paulinska Activity: 7 / 81
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  Jun 7, 2010, 04:04pm  #134

kie:
Expect to say goodbye to your freedom, friends and hobbies

Thats very true.... the missus wants us to spend saturday afternoons in the park(.....err sun bathing) and walking on riverbanks (oh yeah...that includes feeding bread to geese, Shouldn't this be illegal?)!
Now.....what substitutes a Saturday afternoon in a pub with the lads when footie is on?!
Apparently...im selfish!
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  Jun 7, 2010, 04:08pm  #135

paulinska:
Thats very true.... the missus wants us to spend saturday afternoons in the park(.....err sun bathing) and walking on riverbanks (oh yeah...that includes feeding bread to geese, Shouldn't this be illegal?)!
Now.....what substitutes a Saturday afternoon in a pub with the lads when footie is on?!
Apparently...im selfish!

well, you two could go to the park during a day and after that you could go to watch football with guys... sorry if you can't grow balls and talk with her about these issues, stop whining...
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  Jun 7, 2010, 04:49pm  #136

pgtx:
well, you two could go to the park during a day and after that you could go to watch football with guys... sorry if you can't grow balls and talk with her about these issues, stop whining...

Oh dont you worry abt that mate, there's been a very deep discussion and trust me - No hungry, bread seeking geese will be seeing me on Saturday afternoons anytime soon.
Oh there's a small matter of shopping during the day......Dont get me started on that!
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  Jun 7, 2010, 08:16pm  #137

Miguel Colombia:
Goodbye to your money, too. I heard about this guy from Irak whose Polish girlfriend ripped 200 euro off a friend of his!


200 euros!! you could buy a small village in Iraq for that!!! ahaha...
southern Activity: 78 / 7,171
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  Jun 7, 2010, 08:18pm  #138

200 euro are just pistacchios for Polki.You cannot even afford their chewing gums with that.
paulinska Activity: 7 / 81
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  Jun 8, 2010, 01:57pm  #139

Polish girls are not Materialistic.....try dating a british black girl!
southern Activity: 78 / 7,171
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  Jun 8, 2010, 03:16pm  #140

paulinska:
paulinska
  Today, 13:57 / #141
Polish girls are not Materialistic


Eh,ghm,hm,ghhhwm I would not call them materialistic just a bit peniadzistic.
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  Jun 8, 2010, 11:14pm  #141

paulinska:
try dating a british black girl!



....?

lol that came out of nowhere...
Ree   Aug 1, 2010, 11:51pm  #142

Well my husband has left me for a polish girl!! She was also married (2nd time) I have tried to save my marriage!! Polish girls are *******!! They go for what they want and nothing stands in they're way!!
JustysiaS Activity: 14 / 2,256
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  Aug 1, 2010, 11:56pm  #143

Ree:
Polish girls are *******!!


maybe that ONE in particular whom your husband had the misfortune to meet but surely not all. i know it hurts but please, i'm a Polish girl and i never broke up a marriage.
Seanus Activity: 15 / 20,010
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  Aug 2, 2010, 12:02am  #144

Plus, your husband did sth which, on the surface of it, appears to be completely unethical. Marriage is a long-term endeavour which has to involve concerted effort on both sides. I have heard that some Polish women throw a lot to the wind when they are abroad but they are just stories, usually told by disgruntled people. It's certainly not a Polish trait to break up marriages, far from it.
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  Aug 2, 2010, 12:04am  #145

Ree, I hardly think it's a bad thing to go after what you want. Anyway, we're not all *******. Don't colour us all because of your feelings for one woman.
Seanus Activity: 15 / 20,010
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  Aug 2, 2010, 12:07am  #146

It is bad to go after what you want if it's unreasonable, harms others and is downright unethical. Hitler tried it and look where it got him ;) ;)

What steps were taken to salvage the marriage? That's more of a constructive question.
Ree   Aug 2, 2010, 12:12am  #147

Ok maybe not all. I do actually have a polish friend. This woman is a *****! How can anyone, break up a marriage with a three year child in it! And manipulate it so that he see more of her child than he sees of his own!?? I considered her as a friend of my husband and allowed them to meet up and she does this (well and him) She is a disgrace to the polish community!! I thought polish people had morals! And were catholics, I have for more morals.
Seanus Activity: 15 / 20,010
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  Aug 2, 2010, 12:23am  #148

Oh, the Catholic thing is just a label. I've asked many why they are Catholic and they don't even seem to know what it means. There is no clear vision of it as a denomination.

Well, she might feel hard done by but I'm just guessing. There are those that feel so peeved with their lot that they will go and do things like that. Pretty much anything goes when they don't get their way.
Ree   Aug 2, 2010, 12:24am  #149

Your answer to what I have been doing to salvage my marriage? This woman is the best at playing mind games!! I have tried to be nice to my husband at all times but lose patience when he drop his son to fit round the new life he is trying to create with her. I will pursue for as long as I can cos I do believe marriage is for better or for worse!!
Seanus Activity: 15 / 20,010
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  Aug 2, 2010, 12:27am  #150

Oh, undoubtedly it is. You have the right to insist on him carrying out his paternal duties more fully and honouring his commitment to you. You have to lay down the line and even issue an ultimatum. Otherwise, a status quo will emerge quicker than you know it. If you let it happen, he will continue. She needs to be put out of the picture from what I can tell.



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