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    Describe the Polish Character

    How would you describe the Polish character and what are typical Polish charcteristics?

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    They eat, they breath, they sleep, they love, they cry, they work, they play, they speak, they live in houses and walk on land.

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    Arguably the most patriotic nation in Europe.
    Ceterum censeo Iudaeam esse delendam.

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    I've noticed that they tend to marry at a young age. Most Poles I have met have been around the same age as myself (25yrs) and have more often than not already been married a few years.

    Young males are frequently into lifting weights and shaving their hair very short and like to sport leather jackets.

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    I find them to be trustworthy. I think they're still a bit more old-fashioned (a good thing) in terms of their attitudes and manners. In some ways Poles are more polite than the English, in others they are not (barging into queues, driving crazily). I'm impressed by their ability to fix up things, must be inherited from their materially more-limited living standards.

    Basically I think they are like us (speaking as an Englisher). They want the same things out of life. They will be more and more like us in the future as Poland is "modernised" and becomes more consumerist.

    Re; Poles, today my friend Tomasz discovered he was going to be a father :betm1301: Question is, will his son or daughter be English?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneEnglishNorman View Post
    I find them to be trustworthy. I think they're still a bit more old-fashioned (a good thing) in terms of their attitudes and manners. In some ways Poles are more polite than the English, in others they are not (barging into queues, driving crazily). I'm impressed by their ability to fix up things, must be inherited from their materially more-limited living standards.

    Basically I think they are like us (speaking as an Englisher). They want the same things out of life. They will be more and more like us in the future as Poland is "modernised" and becomes more consumerist.

    Re; Poles, today my friend Tomasz discovered he was going to be a father :betm1301: Question is, will his son or daughter be English?
    No .

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    They allready nicked their character and sold it on the street

    Nah.. I know them as hard-working (too hardworking.. we are loosing our jobs), old-fashioned, stubborn, yet friendly and compasionate and very.. very catholic.

    "More catholic then the Pope", as we would say here. They share a remarkable resemblance in all those things with my own kin: the Brabantians.

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    The Polish are Precious :o

    while I was lost in Stockholm I met a polish girl who looked even more lost than me we met up with some friends of her's and went around to the countless museums on one of the smaller islands in Stockholm. It was a saving grace to an otherwise disapointing weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneEnglishNorman View Post
    Question is, will his son or daughter be English?
    why are you asking this?

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