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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Princessa Kokosawa? do you like it? :holmes:
    I DIED unwrapping a kokosowa for the first time only to see it was white... idk what I was expecting but tasting it was an even more disgusting experience. The mleczna is the best. :daydreaming:
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    Hey polish kurwa friends

    cto tam u was? xD
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    (Original post by Wienerwald)
    Yes, however I have to force it.
    What do you mean, "force it" ?
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    (Original post by Withengar)
    Would you rather have Kaliningrad in Russian hands, or have it returned to Germany as Königsberg?
    If I was to decide, I would choose the second option.
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    (Original post by fyey)
    What do you mean, "force it" ?
    Thinking in Polish doesn't come naturally to me. As simple as that.
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    (Original post by Wienerwald)
    Thinking in Polish doesn't come naturally to me. As simple as that.
    So how many languages can you think in?
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      (Original post by Wienerwald)
      Well, Princessa Kokosowa is a pretty good snack as far as I know. The last time it was in my mouth may have been a few years ago so I don't really know whether or not I liked it.
      YOU'RE BEING SO VAGUE AND DIPLOMATIC WITH YOUR ANSWERS I'M DEAD :rofl:

      (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
      I DIED unwrapping a kokosowa for the first time only to see it was white... idk what I was expecting but tasting it was an even more disgusting experience. The mleczna is the best. :daydreaming:
      it. is. EVERYTHING OK.

      have it with a Tymbark
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      (Original post by fyey)
      So how many languages can you think in?
      An exact number of three. From the highest proficiency to the lowest: Ex aequo English and Polish, German.
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      (Original post by homeland.lsw)
      YOU'RE BEING SO VAGUE AND DIPLOMATIC WITH YOUR ANSWERS I'M DEAD :rofl:



      it. is. EVERYTHING OK.

      have it with a Tymbark
      Describe its taste pls? :beard:

      I'm not sure wth a Tymbark is... sounds like an RnB artist....
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      (Original post by Wienerwald)
      An exact number of three. From the highest proficiency to the lowest: Ex aequo English and Polish, German.
      How can you think in German? What age did you learn German?
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      (Original post by homeland.lsw)
      YOU'RE BEING SO VAGUE AND DIPLOMATIC WITH YOUR ANSWERS I'M DEAD :rofl:
      I see. That's the way I was taught to speak English.
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      Favorite type of pierogi?

      Zywiec or Okocim?
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      (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
      Describe its taste pls? :beard:

      I'm not sure wth a Tymbark is... sounds like an RnB artist....
      It's a juice, usually with an apple flavour and a considerable amount of sugar.
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      (Original post by Wienerwald)
      It's a juice, usually with an apple flavour and a considerable amount of sugar.
      Oh I see :lol: - do Polish people drink it a lot?
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      (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
      Oh I see :lol: - do Polish people drink it a lot?
      SinsNotTragedies

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      Do you think a gin and tonic is better with lime or lemon?
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      (Original post by fyey)
      How can you think in German? What age did you learn German?
      I think in German only when speaking it and reading in it. When I was around 8 years old. If you don't mind me asking, why are bilingual people so interesting to you?
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      (Original post by riskobarz)
      I voted for Brexit. No more Poles and other Eastern Europeans coming. Thank lord. No more foul-mouthed, racist, drunkards in the UK.
      BREXIT!!!!!!!!!!!!
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      (Original post by riskobarz)
      I voted for Brexit. No more Poles and other Eastern Europeans coming. Thank lord. No more foul-mouthed, racist, drunkards in the UK.
      BREXIT!!!!!!!!!!!!
      You don't like a little competition at being a foul-mouthed, racist, drunkard?
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      (Original post by riskobarz)
      I voted for Brexit. No more Poles and other Eastern Europeans coming. Thank lord. No more foul-mouthed, racist, drunkards in the UK.
      BREXIT!!!!!!!!!!!!
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