Saturday, 20 November 2010

Are you Japanese? Want to learn Polish? Watch this.

Storm Freerun - featuring Jan Barcikowski - "JashMan / Rufio"

Jan's Youtube account

Jan on Facebook!/profile.php?id=630895861

Martin Oliwa - a talent from the east of Europe

With his business in Poland about to fail due to recession Martin Oliva decides to try his luck in England. He comes to London - the city of opportunities - and based on his portfolio gets multiple job offers. Now, a few years down the line Martin has a well established reputation, his name is a brand in itself, has many returning clients and even won the title of Best Jeweler in Britain.
Apparently the products of his hands are worthy of stealing (or at least attempting).

Martin now has plans to open a store and establish a presence on the commercial retail market.
I'd like to wish Martin continued success in making the polish community proud of him.

Article about Martin - in Polish
Rough translation via google of above article

Thursday, 30 September 2010

New underground attraction in Krakow [VID]

Krakow is opening its newest attraction — twenty feet under the main market square (Rynek Glowny). The new underground archaeological park will show off the city’s foundations dating back to the early Middle Ages, while multimedia exhibits immerse visitors in the ambiance of Krakow at the start of the 13th century.

To watch the video on yahoo click here. (Ads)

To watch it on Youtube click here

Besides archeological displays the site contains also

25 plasma screens

13 LCD screens

104 players

160 signal converters

27 multimedia projectors

37 touch screens

190 degree projection screen

1 fogscreen

98 speakers

28,000 m - total length of cables

5 holograms

150 audiobooks

700 archaeological monuments

500 models of the historic monuments

8 animated movies

5 documentary films

7 mannequins and scale models

5 time capsules

600 3D digital reconstructions

30 multimedia posts

25 display cases

64 digital cameras

From Poland with love

A series made by, sponsored by Wodka Wyborowa

Full length 64 minute documentary

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

10 words unstranslatable to English

" This list looks at some special words that are not from English and, furthermore, are untranslatable to English. These are words which have, for the most part, not become loan words, but describe concepts we generally understand in English, but need many more words to convey."

Friday, 24 September 2010

Polish Boy - a dish from Ohio

The Polish Boy is a sausage sandwich native to Cleveland, Ohio. It consists of a piece of kielbasa sausage placed in a bun, and covered with a layer of french fries, a layer of barbecue sauce or hot sauce, and a layer of coleslaw.While the sausage is typically grilled, some establishments will quickly deep fry the sausage after grilling and prior to assembling the sandwich. While Polish Boys can be found at various establishments throughout Cleveland, a popular place is Freddie's Southern Style Rib House, known for their southern style barbecue sauce. Esquire named theirs as one of the best sandwiches in America, calling it "soul on white."

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Awkward t-shirt and Tyskie beer in hand.

If you don't know what Bukkake means, you probably don't want to know.
It is, after all, something you cannot "unknow". So under any circumstance don't click this link (NSFW).

Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Polish ice cream.

Would fit well with these:


Sellfridges - oh yes they do!

After all, good branding is key!

Polish girls like polish sausages

Jack Dee

Jack Dee during Live At The Apollo, reads text messages at the end of the show, after giving out his number at the beginning. Here's the last one:

"Blond Polish girl in row seven, wearing a short skirt, looking for a nice comedian"

His reply:
"Sorry. I already have a cleaner"


Massive fail from the BNP

A f*cking gas barbeque!

Dodgy polish plumbers

(sorta) polish girls in the UK.

UK HSBC Commercial with Polish washing machines

Polish f*cking businessman in UK

A very old, chavvy polish hit, heard in China!

One song, two sides of the planet

The original

The (probably licensed) copy

Polish food enjoyed in the States

Working hard or hardly working?

Alligator attacks a polish immigrant! Hilarity ensues.

Monday, 16 August 2010

Respecting the disabled

How works carried out have been organised around disabled requirements.

UK Trains standard class

Ever wondered how standard class looks like in the UK?

Yeah. TV's in every seat.

What I used to enjoy back in Poland:

Polish "Iskra" ship docks near Tower Bridge

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Ahhh, the joyous life of an immigrant.

I'm at a loss for words.

Translation: "She gave him a BJ at work and so he was happy. Polish are living the dream in UK."

Friday, 14 May 2010

Met Police warned about CHWDP

POLICE have been warned about posing for photos with Polish pranksters. The move comes after two officers were fooled at Buckingham Palace. Read more
Tip: "CHWDP" is an abbreviation from "f*ck the police in the ass" in polish.

Saturday, 10 April 2010

Here's a tough one for you.

What is wrong in this picture ?

Spoiler: "Opening hours"

Monday, 5 April 2010

Polish clothing

Looking for a distinctively polish piece of clothing?
Look no further :)!-t-shirt.m,1068528

Gypsy clothing. I Like! High five!

Huge hole prepared for a building in Canary Wharf.

Wonderful Jazz concert at The Barbican.

Tomasz Stańko covering Krzysztof Komeda's repertoire. Guest appearance by Justyna Steczkowska. Captured in the lobby beautiful and shy Magdalena Cielecka.
Such wonderful events happening in London for Ł10? Unbelievable!

Robert Janowski giving a great example.

Excellent work by Robert Janowski. Well done.

Sad license plate. (dark humour)

When cutting is not enough.

Spoiler: "Wisi" means "hangs". Told you it was dark humour.

Poles are proud of Jolanta!

A lovely face representing polish professionals in London.


The scarfes, jackets, hair and bags may be different but same e-book reader :)
Oh, did I say they were twins ?

Collections not frequent enough.

A failure of the council. This happens all the time there. Sad, really.

Chopper in Covent Garden

A helicopter landed in the middle of a junction in Covent Garden to help transport an injured bicyclist. Impressive stuff.