Les gens qui ne rient jamais ne sont pas des gens sérieux

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Saturday, February 16, 2008


I turn my head as a mother tells her child to 'chodź tu!' and smile as two girls enter a shop in front of me, discussing last night's 'dyskoteka'.

A group of men standing around a removals van break their conversation as I wander past, but I get snatches of 'strasznie zimne' and 'jutro zobaczymy' as they resume their chat.

Two boys crossing the road in the opposite direction fight over a bag and I hear 'oh! widzisz!' as they drop it.

The one thing I wasn't quite prepared for about Brussels life was the Polishness of it all.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

just an everyday scene in brussels:)

but honestly, surprising, innit?

12:04 am  
Blogger pinolona said...

It was like that when I was home for Christmas. I never noticed it before.

5:31 pm  
Blogger Becca said...

It is indeed Pawel, (if you are the same polandian as the one from the comment on koleda!!) I've been meaning to update my links list - polandian is a new discovery that will have to be added asap :)

You too Pinolona, I'm letting the blogging world down...

11:41 am  

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