Tak sie tworzy szczeście...


13.07.2008, 19:00 ::
ma ktos pin do karty laboratoryinei w still life numer gg 756288 dzieki

24.12.2006, 13:14 ::
w dniu radosnym oczekiwanym,
gdzie gasną spory, goją się rany
życzę Ci zdrowia, życzę miłości,
niech mały Jezus w sercach zagości,
szczerości duszy, zapachu ciasta,
przyjaźni,która jak miłość wzrasta,
kochanej twarzy, co rano budzi
i wokół samych życzliwych ludzi

ściskam mocno

14.12.2006, 02:56 ::
Sorry Brat wiem ze to dlugie
ale nie mam Twojego maila.

Polonijne BS (czyt. BullShit)

You know that You Polish when:

>1. You or someone in your family owns a van with a PL sticker
>proudly displayed on the back windshield and/or a custom-made
>European license place in the front (most likely with your name
>written on it)
>2. You have relatives who aren't really your relatives
>3. You sing the same song - "100 lat" - on every occasion weddings,
>birthdays, baby showers)
>4. You watch soccer
>5. You know very well Pope John Paul II was Polish and his name was
>Karol, not Carol
>6. You go to Midnight Mass every Christmas Eve and keep your
>Christmas tree up till February.
>7. You drink your wodka straight
>8. You open your presents on Christmas Eve.
>9. You don't feel the need to add an "s" to Pierogi because you
>already know the word is plural and it annoys you when others do.
>However, you still add 'y' to already plural english words...
>"chipsy", "dzinsy"
>10. You are convinced your pets only understand Polish
>11. You are forced to listen to Disco Polo by your parents
>12. You can spot Polish people like Asians can spot each other
>13. When others find out you're Polish, they tell you about every
>Polish person they've ever known, which is most likely followed by
>them mispronouncing common phrases such as "czesc" or "dziekuje"
>14. Your name always gets slaughtered on the first day of school
>15. The thought of eating cow stomach (flaki) doesn't gross you out
>16. When you're at a stranger's house, you expect their garbage can
>to be under the sink
>17. Every window in your house must have "firanki", even in the
>18. Once in a while, you do a big "przemeblowanie" at home
>19. You always take off your shoes as soon as you step into someone
>else's house
>20. You celebrate your birthday AND your nameday, "imieniny"
>21. You were extremely surprised to learn that American weddings
>last hours, not days
>22. your grandmother insists that you wear kapcie in the summer
>23. you write sms messages like crazy.
>24. You know Chopin was born in Poland and not in France
>25. You were speaking Polish before you were English
>26.You never ate meat on Christmas Eve or Good Friday (or any friday
>during the year)
>27. At every party that you attend ppl tell dowcipy and there is a
>disscusion about politics
>28. You watched Bolek i Lolek before bed time
>29. You park your car on the side walk
>30. You know how to "kombinowac"
>31. you or someone you know wears bursztyn
>32. when your parents have no idea how to use a computer except for
>33. Your grandmotherhas a picture framed of Pope John Paul II, right
>beside your school photo.
>34. when your family considers mushroom picking as 'having a good
>35. when your mom tells you to wear papcie/kapcie because the floor
>is cold and you'll get a cold...even if its the middle of summer!
>36.You know you're Polish when you have paper towels in the house
>but they're just for show, because everyone knows you're supposed to
>use a szmatka.
>37.You know you're Polish when your mom looks through your school
>phonebook and points to a name and says "Popacztysie...Polak!"
>38.You thought that your Uncle's name was 'Szwagier' until you
>turned 12.
>39 when you were sick as a child you were stuffed with czosnek until
>you felt like you were gonna vomit
>40 when something breaks easily, is of crappy quality or is an ugly
>looking bike... you call it Ukranian
>41. All your friends wished they were polish because of smigus
>42.Your were beaten at least once with a wooden spoon, belt, broom,
>or all of the above.
>43.You couldn't say a bad word, even stupid, around your mother
>without getting smacked.
>44.You have at least one relative who plays the accordion.
>45. if you fail a blood/ drug test because you've eaten so much
>poppyseed cake some time before it
>46. Sometime in your life when you were sick you had one of these 2
>remedies: hot milk with butter and garlic (mleko z czostkem) or
>syrop z czebulie (onions with sugar) ewww gross
>47. your dad doesn't care what you do or what time you're home, as
>long as your mom said it was okay. if your dad calls you and
>proceeds to yell at you to come home, you only need to say "ale mama
>wie gdzie jestem i powiedziala ze moge zostac jeszcze dwie
>godziny..." and he promptly
>replies "oh. okay. have fun then," and hangs up.
>48. there is a book by sienkiewicz on display in your house, but no
>one has ever read it.
>49. When you, or your family/Polish friends talk in English, you
>occasionally slip in Polish words, and it's ok because you all know
>what eachother are saying.
>50. You might know ur polish when you get stopped by police and
>instead of him handing you the ticket, you hand him money.
>51. If your born in Canada, you are regarded as the inferior genetic
>counterpart to the purebred pole.
>52.Your parents don't realize phone connections to foreign countries
>have improved in the last two decades, and still scream at the top
>of their lungs when making foreign calls "MAMO!? HALO?!? KTO TAM?"
>53.Your dad ever butchered a pig or lamb.
>54. you are surprised to find that the toilets in the
>pub/restaurant/shop are free of charge
>55. You have kielbasa hanging somewhere in your kitchen.
>56. If your family had at least three working Fiat Maluchy sitting
>in their front yard...one of which, at any given, time usually had 5
>or more people stuffed into it.

10.12.2006, 20:59 ::
tylko kawaleczek!

10.12.2006, 20:59 ::
to ja tez poprosze kawalek szczescia... :)

10.12.2006, 19:35 ::
Zabardzo nie wiem co to jest.. ale ladnie to wyglada.. Zdjecie nizej ciekawe. Pozdrawiam.

04.12.2006, 01:23 ::
w zeszycie w kratkę ?

03.12.2006, 23:58 ::
trafny komentarz do otaczającej nas rzeczywistości. Bo chyba rzeczywiście tylko tak się tworzy szczęście. Na bilboardach i tym podobnych.

03.12.2006, 23:50 ::
ciekawa metoda tworzenia szczescia... zdjecie jak zwykle bardzo interesujace :)