Dating polish guy

Dating Polish Girls Getting a date with a Polish girl is easy enough.

The high competition makes all approachable and, for many, a foreign boyfriend is still the ultimate accessory, promising travel, money & jealousy from other women (not to be underestimated).

The legion of Anias, Agnieszkas, Alicjas and Asias which invaded the EU like African Killer Bees when Poland got the nod in 2004 verified all the rumours of a stunning, nubile race of supermodels and their apparent lack of pickiness with regards to men was an unquestionable morale-booster.

Local women hissed and spat at these brazen new-comers in the most uncomplimentary of terms but for unattractive, ignored males everywhere, the impossible suddenly became possible – simply rough it in Poland for a day or two, take your pick and then swan back home to wallow in the envy of your not so high-and-mighty peers.

For me, Polish men overall seem to be more down to earth. It was like they wanted you to come to them or they thought they were too good for you.

I barely dated in college (I went to the University of Florida) Why is that? And when they did show interest, it was short-lived or you had to hunt them down for another date. Granted, there weren’t a lot of great options for women so the guys had their pick and knew they could easily find someone else, especially if they were good-looking.

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Finding a foreign woman with a Polish boyfriend, on the other hand, is on the same scale of probability as being able to pronounce Szczecin perfectly at the first attempt. The simple fact of the matter is that no woman, unless either extremely charitable or strait-jacketed, will choose to make a (long-term) conquest of a shaven-headed plumber who doesn’t speak their own language. They do after all live among that stunning, nubile race of supermodels.It’s our way of creating plenty of occasions where you can meet other members over shared interests.We’re always looking for new ways to support our members to make your Polish dating journey an enjoyable process.So I haven’t been single much since I moved to Poland. I mean like 6-7 years in college and after and just couldn’t commit. In Poland, it doesn’t seem like the majority of people have commitment problems, another sign of maturity. Is it because Poland is a more religious and traditional country? People feel the pressure to get married early from their family or society? Generally, Poles seem to get married earlier than Americans, even right after college around 24 or 25. Like I said, maybe I’m just overanalyzing and men are the same everywhere… Poland is very much a hunting ground for the male tourist.

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