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Google "Warrington Forum" and this comes up before Warrington Worldwide,

Try it.

 

RC.... Any chance you can edit your title a bit and put a few spaces in it or perhaps something like <without this bit> in it (ie so it's not a direct web link format).  

 

Only reason is to stop the back link and also all the foreign automated and foreign human spammers from picking up on it that's all so don't take it personally :wink:  I would have done it for you but it wont let me. 

 

I wonder why we have never had any genuine 'local foreign people' registering on here though... saying that I don't blame them really and they wouldn't have a clue what we were all on about anyway just as we don't   :lol:

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RC.... Any chance you can edit your title a bit and put a few spaces in it or perhaps something like <without this bit> in it (ie so it's not a direct web link format).  

 

Only reason is to stop the back link and also all the foreign automated and foreign human spammers from picking up on it that's all so don't take it personally :wink:  I would have done it for you but it wont let me. 

 

I wonder why we have never had any genuine 'local foreign people' registering on here though... saying that I don't blame them really and they wouldn't have a clue what we were all on about anyway just as we don't   :lol:

They wouldn't be the only ones Dizz, most of the time I haven't got a clue what's going on here anyway. :D:wink:

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And they have a face book page with you and your car on it too Baz (from July 2012).  I guess they like you :)

 

I thought you were kidding..... and I went to look just in case..... and they do have a picture of my car......

 

The caption in Polish underneath reads "Watch this guy.... he doesn't like Europeans..... Not like the other fella Kije; he loves us all"

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:lol:  :lol:

 

So you didn't believe me at first then Baz.  Charming and as if I would have joked about something so serious.    Not just your car though is it... unless the person sat in the drivers seat was trying to pinch it :lol:  

 

PS have you checked out the job sections on the main site that RC mentioned.  Maybe it's just the translation but some of them are actually rather funny :oops:  :lol:

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:lol:  :lol:

 

So you didn't believe me at first then Baz.  Charming and as if I would have joked about something so serious.    Not just your car though is it... unless the person sat in the drivers seat was trying to pinch it :lol:  

 

PS have you checked out the job sections on the main site that RC mentioned.  Maybe it's just the translation but some of them are actually rather funny :oops:  :lol:

 

I did.... (we must think alike) and using the instant translator built into Google Chrome they did come up with a few gems!!

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I personally believe that it is to their credit that the Polish community in Warrington have taken the initiative to construct a social website to help each other to intigrate into our town and why shouldn't they, British ex-pats do exactly the same when the are abroad, i don't have a problem with Polish people living in the UK, let's face it they fought alongside our lads in WW2 and after it was over many stayed here and in numerous cases not out of choice, there families had been obliterayed by the Nazis. I do however have a problem with  eastern Europeans (and other nationalities) that have entered the UK illegally, many being the scum of those countries who won't work in their own countries and have no intention of working here either, their only intent being to live on the proceeds of crime.

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I really didn't expect this topic to be of interest and am very encouraged by the variety of replies.

My (late) father-in-law was a Polish freedom fighter flying Spitfires with the RAF who settled in UK but he didn't really learn to speak English (well he did but with an accent that very few English people could understand).

Apologies to Dizzy but I don't know how to change the thingy either!

In my opinion it would be good for the native Warringtonians to welcome the Warrington Polish community with open arms and I have asked them if they run a class teaching Polish to English. I believe they do and I for one would like to sign up.Dzien dobry!

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A lot of my fellow Officers are Polish and are good blokes (with the odd not-so-good ones mixed in as you might expect!)

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My Grandad was one of the toughest blokes I ever knew, even in old age he was a proper handful.  He was a Desert Rat and was at , amongst other places, Monte Casino.  He swore that the Polish fighters were the hardest bunch of men he ever met and I think it was the Poles that eventually took the position.  He would balk at some of the things that get posted about Poles on here and things that get said about Poles in general, especially by some work shy chav looking for a scapegoat but I guarantee you this, if he were still alive you would not insult them to him twice...

 

I enjoyed that rant :wink:

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Are the crew of the Sarnia Liberty aware of the sea conditions on leaving Scabster?

You could bet your life on it RC :wink:

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... I have asked them if they run a class teaching Polish to English. I believe they do and I for one would like to sign up.Dzien dobry!

 

I tried (briefly) to learn Polish on line RC and there are loads of free sites and youtube clips.  You should check them out.

 

Unfortunately I have never been any good at learning foreign languages (as my French school teacher would probably still confirm) and gave up on Polish as quickly as I started as  none of would embed in my brain cell.  Their alphabet is strange too as it has the same letters as the English alphabet but also has more with little squiggles, tails , dots and slashes that look similar but aren't.

 

The only Polish word I can remember is Czesc (with two squiggles above it) which I think meant 'hello'.  

 

Not much good for me earwigging when shopping that's for sure   :lol:    :lol:

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