lowesteemforeveryoneelse asked: There are a bunch of international high school all over the world, so people whose parents work internationally can still have like an American or British or Canadian or whatever style education. Like I go to an international school in Moscow right now and basically like my school is part of a league of international schools in Europe, so whenever we have like competitions, we travel to other countries and shit.
That’s kinda cool. I’ve heard about the international schools but never really experienced meeting someone attending that type of school. I’m not even sure if the last sentence is understandable.
Where are you from then?
lowesteemforeveryoneelse asked: Okay how is it that I have only met nice Polish people? (with the possible exception of one guy who took a high school knowledge competition way too seriously, but I think he was American and just happened to go to school in Warsaw)
I have no idea! Maybe cuz you know, you’re a nice person. Also the way you met them could take a huge part on how your reaction to them was and vice-versa.
The only thing I keep thinking of now is WHAT THE HECK WOULD AN AMERICAN GUY STUDY IN POLAND? This is interesting.
to everyone with finals and exams and big projects due very very soon and haven’t started anything yet
Oh shizzz. Thanks for reminding me.
lowesteemforeveryoneelse asked: Okay, so is there like a rule where all Polish people have to be nice? Because you are nice. I have two Polish friends who are both nice. And then every other Polish person I have met is nice. Like I am just meeting the creme de la creme of Polish people or all you all hella nice?
Awww… You’re so nice!
This is some serious shit question. I am glad all the Polish people you’ve met were nice. And I’m really happy you think that of me. But, to be honest, there is some dumb Polish people on this planet. Just like there are in every single country.