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12.03.06, 21:56
Polskie sunie nie dostają Ruskim do pięt! Mają pruchnicę, dupiastą figurę i
jedzie im smrodkiem z paszczy. Nie warto, choć sami może też nic jesteście
warci bo kiwi to mały ptaszek. Aloha!
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  • hardenfelt 13.03.06, 06:26
    usenetposts wrote:

    > Could somebody put that into either Polish or English?


    Polish girls are much inferior to Russian girls. They have holes in their
    teethes and a miserable figure and it stinks from their mouths. It’s not worth
    it, but after all maybe you are also worthless because easy-going guys have
    small cocks. I love you all!

    This is just a suggestion. Maybe someone reads it differently! Other
    suggestions welcomed.
  • hardenfelt 13.03.06, 11:07
    Actually gryps is a very interesting language, although what we saw here was
    not clean gryps-language. From a linguistic point of view you might be
    interested in a small study (62 pages) about jail language and culture. It
    includes the basics – i.e. enough to understand simple communication. I’ll mail
    it to you if you like.
  • hardenfelt 13.03.06, 13:47
    David wrote:

    > Sure,Michael, that'd be very interesting.

    OK. I sent it.
  • portulaco 13.03.06, 14:15
    What is the meaning of kiwi-guys? Someone from New Zeland?
  • hardenfelt 13.03.06, 14:55
    portulaco wrote:

    > What is the meaning of kiwi-guys? Someone from New Zeland?


    Kiwi guy is the only expression I’m not sure about. It is used about New
    Zealanders, but I’m petty sure this is not what Mr. Red.ken had in mind. In
    lingo it also refers to easy going people and/ or working people. I opted for
    the easy going solution. There could though be other meanings I don’t know.
    Would be happy to hear other opinions.

    The sentence “kiwi to mały ptaszek” is a word game referring to another meaning
    of kiwi (a small bird). The meaning would be: a small bird is a small bird,
    which in Polish also means a penis.
  • usenetposts 13.03.06, 15:04
    hardenfelt napisał:

    > David wrote:
    >
    > > Sure,Michael, that'd be very interesting.
    >
    > OK. I sent it.

    Thanks for that. The stuff in that document makes Jeffrey Archer's prison
    diaries look tame.

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  • portulaco 13.03.06, 15:30
    I think I understand what red-nek meant.

    All Polish women are toothless, yeah... my neihgbour won the lotto so I think
    I'm the next one.

    I reed that when somebody who uses some forum or the virtual community
    considering others like a nickname only and not respecting their feelings is
    called e-troll isn't it?
  • portulaco 13.03.06, 16:00
    I'm sorry, my English today is worse than it usually is... smile

    Desculpem, przepraszam bardzo!
  • portulaco 13.03.06, 20:38
    Muchas gracias usenetposts, eres muy simpático y veo que eres también un poliglota.

    Se vas a Portugal y hablas el idioma español lentamente todos te van a entender, no es problema además hay muchas personas que hablan Inglés, si te vas al Algarve, nel Sur, entonces no hay muchas personas hablando portugués pero si el Inglés.

    smile) Hey estoy bromeando!

  • usenetposts 14.03.06, 16:39
    portulaco napisał:

    > Muchas gracias usenetposts, eres muy simpático y veo que eres también un
    poligl
    > ota.

    Muchas gracias.

    >
    > Se vas a Portugal y hablas el idioma español lentamente todos te van a ent
    > ender, no es problema además hay muchas personas que hablan Inglés, si te vas
    a
    > l Algarve, nel Sur, entonces no hay muchas personas hablando portugués pero
    si
    > el Inglés.

    Yo tendria ganas de visitar Portugal en el futuro.

    >
    > smile) Hey estoy bromeando!
    >

    I didn't get that bit...?

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  • portulaco 14.03.06, 20:22
    smile) Hey estoy bromeando!

    This means "I'm Joking" in this case about the fact that in Algarve there are so many English that Portuguese is the second language.
  • usenetposts 15.03.06, 12:04
    portulaco napisał:

    > smile) Hey estoy bromeando!
    >
    > This means "I'm Joking" in this case about the fact that in Algarve there are
    s
    > o many English that Portuguese is the second language.

    Thanks for that.

    How are the British regarded by the locals, in this instance?

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  • portulaco 15.03.06, 12:23
    smile The question is... how British regard locals smile

    Ok, now seriously.

    I know that region quite well since I have family there, English and German people used to be much more, anyway and because they bought land and have very beautifull houses there they're still very present.

    Nowadays Morocco it's cheaper and more quite.

    In many restaurants and cafes the menu is written first in English and then in Portuguese, I read an article about some English men who spent his vacations in Algarve and how he was pleased with the price of food at the local restaurants, he was saying that he payed around 75 euros for a meal and a bottle of Portuguese red wine.

    For locals 75 euros in a restaurant is a unberable expense in the monthly budget but that's good for the country economy.

    They say the best Golf ressorts of Europe are there but anyway it's still slightly cheaper to spent vacations in Spain... surprise surprise...

  • portulaco 15.03.06, 13:19
    Buen viaje y hasta la vista (without baby) smile)

    Maybe during Summer we can meet in Lisbon, I will gladly show you the surroundings.



  • usenetposts 15.03.06, 14:11
    portulaco napisał:

    > Buen viaje y hasta la vista (without baby) smile)
    >
    > Maybe during Summer we can meet in Lisbon, I will gladly show you the
    surroundi
    > ngs.
    >

    OK, thanks. I might well take you up on that.

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  • usenetposts 13.03.06, 16:50
    > I reed that when somebody who uses some forum or the virtual community
    > considering others like a nickname only and not respecting their feelings is
    > called e-troll isn't it?

    Well, it was clearly a troll post but it gave us a couple of interesting things
    to talk about, so that's cool.

    Nobody in their right mind thinks that Polish women have worse teeth or breath
    than Russian women, or that their asses are bigger.

    Russian women are great, but if what you happen to want in a woman is a tiny
    ass and great teeth, you're more likely to be find it among the daughters of
    Lech or Czech than of Rus.

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  • russh 14.03.06, 07:50
    'Russian women are great, but if what you happen to want in a woman is a tiny
    ass and great teeth, you're more likely to be find it among the daughters of
    Lech or Czech than of Rus.'

    Hey Dave, leave me out of this one. Nothing wrong with my kids' asses or teeth!
  • usenetposts 14.03.06, 16:36
    russh napisał:

    > 'Russian women are great, but if what you happen to want in a woman is a tiny
    > ass and great teeth, you're more likely to be find it among the daughters of
    > Lech or Czech than of Rus.'
    >
    > Hey Dave, leave me out of this one. Nothing wrong with my kids' asses or
    teeth!

    You don't have a Russian wife. I think you understood me the other way round,
    but that's not hard to do with me being pompous and longwinded, and all.

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  • nasza_maggie 15.03.06, 11:39
    Actually gryps is a very interesting language, although what we saw here was
    not clean gryps-language. From a linguistic point of view you might be
    interested in a small study (62 pages) about jail language and culture. It
    includes the basics – i.e. enough to understand simple communication. I’ll mail
    it to you if you like.
    ---

    can I get a copy of that too?

    Thanks
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  • hardenfelt 15.03.06, 12:22
    Sure - I sent it.
  • the_real_kris 13.03.06, 18:39
    Hi guys,

    I am a polish native speaker and have been in the cultural context for most of
    my life so I'm 99% sure that this A-hole wanted to offend Australians or New
    Zealanders (that's what he means by kiwi guys). To make things worse he also
    suggested that since kiwis are small birds (word bird is very often used for a
    substitute of penis in polish) Australians have small dicks... sad

    Sorry for the idiot.

    As you know idiots are part of each population.
  • chickenbaby 13.03.06, 18:57
    What's the crack lads?

    Kiwis are naturally New Zelanders.Australians ar Aussie or ship shaggin'
    bustards if u likesmile

    Cheers
  • chickenbaby 13.03.06, 19:05
    Sheeeeeep shaggin' bustards, obviously
  • usenetposts 13.03.06, 19:38
    chickenbaby napisał:

    > Sheeeeeep shaggin' bustards, obviously


    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bustard
    I see that the Australian bustard, Ardeotis australis, doesn't have much
    information in Wikipedia, just a passing mention. Maybe you could be the first
    to write that article, since you seem to have some familiarity with the subject?

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  • varsovian 14.03.06, 12:36
    Is that another little bird?
  • usenetposts 14.03.06, 16:51
    I wrote:

    > chickenbaby napisał:
    >
    > > Sheeeeeep shaggin' bustards, obviously
    >
    >
    > en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bustard
    > I see that the Australian bustard, Ardeotis australis, doesn't have much
    > information in Wikipedia, just a passing mention. Maybe you could be the
    first
    > to write that article, since you seem to have some familiarity with the
    subject
    > ?
    >

    But nobody seems to have got my bustard/bastard joke, and so I'd just better
    drop the subject. Otis just an example of one of those semantic Trappen you can
    drop into, and then need to crane your neck to get outarde of.

    pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dropiowate
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