We’ve been asked about it before and knew the day would come eventually, so we’ve tackled a subject that we really, really we nervous about.
We’re probably upset you all at least once, but that’s OK, we upset ourselves all the time. What an awful world it would be if we were happy all the time. Sure we wouldn’t be people then, we’d be Canadians or something.
Anyway, pretty much everyone we talk about gets a roasting, except for Donald Tusk, Poland’s former PM and the Irish comedian Dylan Moran. Jarek Kaczynski is so unimportant that he didn’t even warrant a mention.
Anyway, let us know what we got wrong, we love hearing for you lovely, sexy, beautiful, patient people.
Wilkommen, fáilte roimh and witamy to the 10th (I can’t believe we made it this far either!) episode of The Poland Podcast, the podcast that almost didn’t happen.
Go easy on us though, we 3 find ourselves 850km apart this weekend so we’ve enlisted the help of skype where we natter about Law & Order in Poland, crazy drivers and a couple of incidents of road rage.
We also talk about Grandfather’s Day and a few of the other celebrations that crop up all year round in Poland.
Dog Poo & Cat People, Skinny Vs Curvy Women, Barbórka (Coal Miner’s Day) and an interview with the Polish man who translated James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake into Polish
We’re back baby!
In this week’s episode, we battle it out over Dog Poo & Cat People.
Polish ladies are obsessed with being skinny, so listen to our take on it.
We also take the time to salute Barbórka (Coal Miner’s Day), a day where coal miners drink their body weight in alcohol and finally we natter with the Polish man who spent 10 years translating James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake into Polish.
Along with the usual favourite Polish words of the week and our blooper reel at the end.