Have you found yourself a fantastic Polish date? If so, there’s more good news. The benefits are numerous; getting to experience a new culture means that having a Polish partner is a huge plus. Here are the top five reasons to try Polish dating.
Delicious Polish dishes
From dumplings to hunter’s stew, Polish food is hearty, comforting and often indulgent. Polish dating veterans will tell you that a bit of Polish cuisine can go a long way when impressing a date, and there are plenty of restaurants and bakeries a Polish date will take you to if you want to find out first hand.
Polish Language and accent
One of the best Polish dating benefits is having a partner with a great accent! There’s also lots of interesting new vocabulary to learn, including the all important ‘Szczesliwych Walentynek’ on Valentine’s day. Learn the basics and you’ll score brownie points galore; there are some cute nicknames too, for example, ‘kotku’ means kitten…ahh.
Polish dating and good looks
Dating a Polish prince or princess? Those Slavic genes will ensure the attraction factor stays in place long after you first start dating. Scarlett Johansen and Gwyneth Paltrow are just two Hollywood stars with Polish ancestry. Polish people are known for their great bone structures and this is another enticing reason to take your first forays into Polish dating.
Polish Family values
Polish people place emphasis on the home and family, and this can often be an attraction for those looking for similar values. Polish dating novices should be prepared to meet family members and go on family outings with the object of their affections; they should expect celebrations for birthdays, name days and other holidays to be full of food, fun and laughter. Oh, and buy a good hat – Polish weddings are also lavish, three day affairs which will make ordinary weddings look a little dull in comparison.
Visits to Poland
Last but not least, one of the biggest perks of Polish dating is being taken from dating websites all the way to your partner’s town or village in Poland. If you get this far, things are probably getting serious, and you’re guaranteed to have a great time sampling Polish culture first hand. From the 14th century Gothic castles of the north to the cafes, nightclubs and shops of Warsaw, this is a country where new and old collide to produce an ideal romantic getaway. Lakes, mountains and beaches combined with the warmth of the Polish people are just some of the things which will make you want to return again and again.