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Karolina, 25 y.o.
Warsaw, Poland [Current City]
Białystok, Poland [Hometown]

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Joined 8 days ago, profile updated 6 days ago.

Displaying posts 1 to 6 of 6.
Reply - Conversation - 12 hours ago
God is a DJ.
Reply - Conversation - May 14
The more and more I read posts here, and see all dudes from certain countries making comments full of hatred on women just because ladies don't want them (side note: they have no literal obligation to even want you, grow up man?👀) , I become legit convinced that Polish restrictive approach towards foreigners is the proper way, LOL.
Reply - Conversation - May 13
To those, who are learning Polish - you may find that Poles often use totally abstract sayings in conversations. 🤨 It's good to know them, either to relate or just to laugh!

#1 Commonly used saying: Ni z gruszki ni z pietruszki

Literally: Neither from pear, nor from a parsley. (😂)

Similar in English: Out of the blue

Used to express that something happened out of sudden, unexpectedly.

Other similar versions: ni stąd ni zowąd (literally: not from here and not from the side), jak grom z jasnego nieba (literally: like a bolt from the bright sky).
Reply - Conversation - May 13
Childhood of a Polish kid in Polish household is full of various traps. You want to grab that ice cream box out of the freezer - there's chopped up parsley or dill inside. You get a bottle of some dark fizzy drink without reading label or no label - it's Kvass and not Coke. You open up the cookie box, boom - sewing kit inside. Mom gives you chopped up apple - surprise, it tastes like onion or sausage. 🤷🏻‍♀️
Reply - Conversation - May 13
Fun fact: if you visit Poland to study or to live, the first thing younger generation of Poles will try to show you will be most probably a song: Pięć Dwa Dębiec - To my Polacy and they'll love the opportunity to show you it.
Reply - Conversation - May 10
Legit hope that Ukraine doesn't hope for our votes on Eurovision 2024, after their singer promotes UPA by wearing a BANDERCIAGA blouse. It refers to a war criminal who encouraged genocide on 120,000 Polish in Volhynia and Galicia 81 years ago. Know your heroes better :-)
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