Discussion in 'Europe General Archive' started by Luck, May 9, 2003.
What do you know about Poland ?
not much considering that I have two or three polish friends
I don't really have a precise idea of Poland.... The only impression I get is that of a quite cold country.... Is it?
Not really. In the sammer we have very high temperatures, but Winter is quite cold. Look at the weather map in TV.
Well I know how the Polish flag looks and I know some good Polish football players but that's about it ...
I only knew most of the players' names of the polish national football team, because a polish friend and a croation friend always played Poland vs. Croatia in Fifa 2002 and 3
Actually I only know 2 players, Dudek and Rzasa...and that's because they play or used to play in the Dutch league.
Hehe. Poland is famous for football players. I don't believe it. Yeah Dudek played in Feyenord but now he's playing in Liverpool, Rzasa and Smolarek are still playing in Feyenord. Oh and don't trust Fifa 2002 and 2003 because maybe they knew about some players but their position on the pitch is not the same as in the really world.
I know more about Poland than about football, so it doesn't make much of a difference to me
my favorite name was ... hehe, absolutely can't spell it
Kryszaowisz? Something like this. I hope that's not a nasty word now
It is Kryszalowicz. He plays (or played) in Eintracht Frankfurt.
And no it's not a nasty word.
And yes we have a water holiday and it's always on the monday after Easter. It's called Lany Poniedzialek or if you want a traditional name it's Smingus-Dyngus. This day is a one big water war. It's everybody Vs everybody
hey wow, I only had two letters wrong
I didn't knew Smolarek is also from Poland
Feyenoord must really love Polish players...or maybe it was 3 for the price of 2
Yeah they really must love them in Feyenord
It seems You people know more famous polish players than We (Poles)
And this Lany Poniedzialek (~`Wet Monday') is really a battle between everybody, no matter whether they like it or not. Unfortunatelly in some cases tradition turns into hooliganism. but, you know - there are always some jerks among the people.
What do you know about Poland ?
Poland is the birth country of the Pope, isn't it?
Polish are said to be stealing a lot
while that is nonsense, it makes for many good jokes
"Why do russian thieves steal two cars in Germany? Becaue they need to go through Poland"
Sorry No offense meant, or my polish friends IRL would have beaten me up multiple times already
Yes Pope was born in Poland. In Wadowice correctly.
LOL I must say that's a good joke.
Hi! I'm Pole.
I want to say that we don't have any polar bears (except the ZOO) and we don't speak Russian.
But unfortunalety Poles like stealing everything, even tracks (I don't know for what.)
I know a geat joke!
Devil with German, Englishman, Frenchman and Pole stood on the edge of a precipice.
He told German:"Jump!"
Devil said:"This is an order!"
And German jumped.
Next he told Englishman:"Jump!"
Devil said:"A gentleman would jump."
Next he told Frenchman:"Jump!"
Devil said:"But this is in fashion."
And Frenchman jumped.
Then devil told Pole:"Jump!"
So devil said:"Ok, don't jump."
And Pole jumped.
What do you think about this?
I think I'd jump too. But I'm a Polish so this explains it
As someone who has lived in the U.S. and then spent the past two months living in Poland, I must say that's it a beautiful country and not at all cold. It makes me wonder why people would rather go to France or Italy instead.
I love poland, my father use to go the there every month to work! I would like to go with him soon! , in few years Poland will be a powerful country in Europe... you will see...
pirry, We woun't be a powerfull Cauntry unless we wold have a normal Government
Be patient my friend... be patient