… but this one, despite its hilariously abstract headline, is apparently true: German women flock to Polish hair salon heaven Had to go for the bold headline. So, according to expatica.com, A village on the Polish-German border is becoming a hotspot for German bargain hunters seeking cheap haircuts. It may only be a small Polish [...]
Found in a magazine over the weekend. Exactly what I’ve been telling you all along, just look at the name of the category this was posted in. (OK, there’s not much else in the category yet, but it’s simply because I haven’t been ‘sampling’ much recently’…. *ahem*)
This was sent by my friend in Belfast. It was used in a council team building exercise – to get people to start thinking about what Belfast might be like in the future. By the way, ARE there any Polish councillors anywhere? → More from It’s a sign!
If you ever see this logo on any Polish products, you can be sure it’s something of a really good quality, something Poles are really proud of. ‘Teraz Polska’ (literally: ‘Poland Now’ or ‘Time for Poland’) is a national competition, in which brands, products, producers – and recently also individual city councils – compete for [...]
I popped into my corner shop the other day on the way back from work and – as my neighbour friend was with me there – I decided to show him the tiny Polish ‘section’ there. (Actually, it’s growing fast – they already have three shelves full of Polish food there). So here we are, [...]
I went to Frieze Art Fair in Regent’s Park last Saturday and it was quite fun – as always with such things, a bit of a mind-blowing experience. But that’s to be expected from Frieze. What I didn’t expect to see was a Polish newspaper turned into a piece of art. I came across this [...]
Another day, another sign. OK, this one is a couple of months old, the picture is not great (mobile, after work, grumpy), but that was probably the first advert for a Polish wódka (not ‘vodka’) I saw in London. Sobieski, named after a Polish king, was – surprisingly – advertised in Polish. ‘Król jest tylko [...]
Hiya, I’m back. Spent two glorious weeks on the beach in Greece, swimming in the sea, eating and drinking too much. Nothing new then. Now I’m back home and I have to say I keep noticing more and more let’s call them ‘informal’ signs of the Polish ‘invasion’ on the streets of London (or should [...]