By | August 30, 2019

What’s up YouTube people and welcome to
another episode of people of color in Poland. I’m sure that’s the name now. So
today we have Ebby! Ebby. Ebby, where are you from? I’m from Nigeria, yeah. Born in — State. Right 042, shout out to 042. I haven’t heard a good area code shout out
in a minute alright Yeah, that’s an American thing though but
that one I just said, it’s quite– So y’all just be shouting out area codes
too, like at…? I don’t think so, not as much We don’t rep like y’all do. 803 shawty. And how long have
you lived in Poland? So this month will make my third year, third year here. Alright, and how do you feel, three years? Quite good, yeah. Three years being independent. living on my own okay yeah that’s great
quite cool. And did you choose Poland or did Poland choose you?
I chose Poland. I chose Poland. Yeah, it was a good option for university. My living costs were low. The university was affordable. It was an easy choice. What are you
studying? Economics. No. It’s not that bad It’s really not that bad. and so alright so I guess it’s your last
year and you’re gonna stay in Poland? I plan to. Okay, so you must be really comfortable?
Yeah, so far so good. alright and just because I forgot to add,
this is actually our first time meeting we met through Michael and she’s gonna
be my new friend, guys. I knew that. I knew that coming in. I had a feeling. So how has it been for you making friends here? It was easy. you know easy so to say.
Being that I knew some people, I made connections before coming. You
know and those connections happen to be the friends live with now so through
mutual friends you know my circle grew and also it was quite easy making
friends at university because you know being there five days a week, it was obvious. and so how
did you make, you said you made connections before coming here. How did
you make those connections? Well, the initial connection I made was through the
research for and of my University, like I went through I was actually through
Facebook and I went through you know the members of the group, my university Facebook group. So I went through it,
you know found a couple of names or people that I could relate to and I messaged them. It was
a bold move. Oh thinking aback, it was a bold move but I
messaged females. And then the males I messaged was just to give me an
idea of what the university was like. actually yeah Facebook saves the day in so many ways. It does. Social media and technology and so have you tried
learning polish at all? No. Okay, did you at least try or was it just–?
I did not. I did not want to try. Okay. I don’t want to try, okay. I
think like for me to get Polish, I would actually have to dedicate some time
to it. Yeah. Time I’m not willing to, right now. That’s the honest truth you know. Okay, and so how– I’m sorry to cut you off, but do you know any Polish words? I know a few. Mowie troche po Polsku. I’ve never heard that one. Movie troche po Polsku. What does “troche” mean? A little. I speak a little Polish. Oh, I just say Nie rozumiem. I don’t understand. Moj po polsku nie bardzo dobzre.
My Polish isn’t very good. That’s it. She’s better at this than I am, and I’ve been here longer. I’m trying though. And I have more free time than you. You are in University, I just be at the house. Well, that’s great. And since you’ve been here, what cities have you visited? A couple I’ve gone to a couple
you know I like to travel even if it’s within the country alright so I’ve been to
Krakow, Gdansk, Lublin – -Wroclaw. The one that’s called War-claw. I also went to the mountains.
Zakopane. What did you do in the mountains? Mountain stuff. Like skiing, snowboarding.
snowmobiling is amazing. Do you like trees? To look at them.
Well, try snowmobiling through them. It was amazing. How fast can it go?
I mean we tumbled over a few times so it’s pretty awesome yeah all right. Ao I
went there twice so that’s why I did all that. You what now? I went there twice. okay um and how was your first skiing
lesson? A lot of falling down yeah yeah but it was fun okay yeah I might have to
try Zakopane. uh-huh because you know I took my
first skiing lesson like ten minutes away from here in Ochata with the fake snow, and the artificial mountain with all
the children no. all right so what are some of your favorite things about
Poland? There’s a lot to like about the city you know. The way the city is set up. I like it. The mixture of architecture both
old and new mm-hm that’s nice I like I like the
public transport it’s pretty cool okay and you just be taking all. I just be
taking whatever oh yeah the subway Metro the tram, the bus yeah. I know it’s cheap. what how
much is it Depends on a student card and an non-student
card because it’s reduced from the normal. The normal is much more expensive.
student life, it’s great. Gotcha yeah okay and all right so what
has been your like interaction with Polish people? How has that been? A majority
of it’s been quite quite nice. They are very receptive and quite friendly you know
despite a few a few that the select few are not very, very nice but yeah.
For the majority they are very nice and they are always willing to get to
know foreigners some of them yeah and then this question that they love to ask
anybody. It’s like Why Poland? They’re genuinely curious as to why why are you going to
choose Poland and there’s some people some people really receive that question
badly you know mm-hmm they were like so some of them receive it in a such a you know,
tone of voice matters so if you say Why Poland? They can receive
that badly but from my perspective they are always willing to know like
seriously, there are better countries out there in the EU
you know why Poland? I also think it’s like some people are like when you say okay yeah I’m
from the USA and they’re like oh how long have you been in Poland? Are you visiting?
Are you living here? I say I’m living here and they’re like welcome to my
country like thank you. I’ve had you know thank you for choosing Poland. I’ve had that
maybe like twice but the question is you know why Poland? They
love asking that. And do you have like a little–? I just tell them
the speech, it’s cheap, it’s affordable. I came here to study, and I intend on staying, yeah.
and so I mean you know how the interactions with people are now because
you’ve been living here, but what hesitation did you have before coming All the hesitation only pertained
to the possibility of racist encounters which I really haven’t really
experienced you know but from what I heard from people that lived here even
longer than I have is that the racist encounter are mainly towards male. Yeah, so if you ask a man that has been living here, a black man I think I think he
will have a lot to say. See that’s kind of bothersome because you know like if my
brother ever wanted to come visit me that’s something that– I think that he would
definitely have more encounters with Polish men being racist towards him than
you would. so is this an appropriate time So is this an appropriate time to ask about your dating life? Well, when it comes to my dating life, there’s nothing Zero? Zilch. It’s not alive and breathing. Okay, so you’re still in school. You’re much younger than I am. Much, much younger? Yeah. When I
your age I wasn’t concerned about dating like that okay yeah I was just graduated
college, was trying to move to a new city– many people feel like now’s the time for
them to start dating. Wait, what? To be more serious. At your age? Yeah. Possibly,
possibly. Because I feel like I’m playing catch-up
you know I look on Facebook my friends are either married, engaged, or
married with kids and I’m up here trying to figure out what’s you know, can I get a 3rd date? But when it’s your time, it’s your time. You’re right. I’m
about it it’s more things like I just not pressed about it. It’s more things like I know how old I am and I know how old my
mother was when she got married and when she had kids and then you know I also
have like family members. I remember last time, well when I was home. I
hadn’t seen one of my cousins in a while. I just walked in the room just seeing
how he was doing. And he was like what you got going on? You know, I’m just home right now. So when you just gone sit down
somewhere and have some kids? I’m like Sir. I just came to say “Hey.” I just get comments like that. But do your parents pressure you about it? No, my daddy always told me he feels sorry for whoever ends up with me. My Dad tells me the same, so.
My mama tells me keep hope alive. That’s what they say when the hope is dead. That’s what they say when they’ve given up.
is giving up I guess they got my brother I don’t know? I guess they have my brother so maybe they’re looking at him like
okay maybe he’ll do something with his life. So that’s that, I feel you. Yeah. One day we’ll both– I’ve been on I suppose
one date. Only one? Did it go to a second? No, it stopped there. It was one date, just one. That’s it. There was nothing further. Did you eat? I mean yeah. He paid too. Okay! From woman to woman, I must ask how has your hair care? How have you been
handling that? but it’s not so bad, well it’s not all bad.
Okay. It’s not all bad it is a bit bad but it’s not all bad
okay because you can you can find hair braiders. okay all right you can do
the braiding thing. There are some natural, but obviously they’re expensive
yeah incredibly expensive being that they are imported or what not but that’s about it.
So if you’re natural, you’re going to be team natural
all the way. Braid here and there. Have you gotten a trim? A what now? I need a trim so bad! And then they blow it out? So like a cut, a hair cut? No, a hair cut is different. A trim! No. Because I wear it, I straighten my hair. So trims
are important and right now it’s in real real bad shape. It looks pretty though. because the ends are tucked. It’s like this for a reason. Oh, they’re inside? So just braiding? Just braiding. Okay, I did bring some packs of kanekalon with me so I might– Well, you can find somebody that can braid it for you. I’ll braid it myself. Oh, that’s nice. That’s fantastic. Yeah, it takes about 2 days. –you have to be
resourceful. Right yeah because I don’t even want to know what the braiders are
charging. Oh, they’re not that bad actually. If you can afford Uber, you can afford them. We’ve covered dating, we’ve covered haircare, let’s see… Safety. Safety, okay.
Do you feel safe? Relatively safe, yeah. Yeah, pretty safe because I
have no troubles walking home at night. Except for the you know standard fears
of being a woman okay. That is forever unfortunately going to be that in the back of
your head but I mean walking home at night I don’t feel like anyone’s
following me or anyone’s hiding in the bushes
no I feel pretty safe. Okay, I actually wondered that. I was walking to the store one time at night
and I was wondering that. I was walking to the store one day or one time at night and because like– Did someone attack you or? No! But it ran through my mind, should I have went to the store earlier? That’s standard.
Yeah. Just that you have to be precautious. All right, well that’s
good to know for anyone who’s curious about safety. It’s relatively safe.
So our final question, what advice would you give to anyone who’s thinking about
visiting or moving to Poland. I would say it’s a good idea. I would say do it. Yeah, move to Poland, come here! You’ll have a blast. I mean Michael will tell you. Oh yeah, Michael’s
in the corner. This is actually his place. On an honest note, I feel like it’s a great start. There are
many you know directions you can navigate starting here in Poland. Okay. Yeah, you can start– Is it traveling? Traveling is one thing, education is another as well, because once you’re in an EU country,
it’s quite easy relatively speaking to go to another
EU country to study. Right that’s nice my perception and I feel like it’s
quite accurate and to travel as well, you can travel through to EU with a karta pobytu which is the residency permit. Have you got yours? I don’t know the
names of what I what I got going on. Oh, wow. I just submit the applications they tell me
to and I wait. That’s pretty much it, but like yeah I feel like it’s a great place
to start but some may even go as far as saying that it’s a great place to build a family. Maybe. So it’s good for traveling. I know that when my residency permit comes
through, I’ll be traveling. I don’t know where? No idea? The first place I’m going, no lie and I know this is kind of–
Paris, isn’t it? The first place I’m going to is home, really I’m going home. I’m going to see my
mom and I’ll see my dog. Pet him, say what’s up and I’m gonna go get my hair
done. Can’t you do that now? Because I’m still in my application I process, yes
and so I know that some people say you– don’t travel. Well, the rule
is you’re not supposed to leave during your application but people do it and I’m
just not about that breaking rule life. No, no I’m not about that life either. You know what Ebby. Thank you so much for agreeing sit down. We have been struggling. This is
our third take, cameras have died, but where there’s a will, there’s a way. There is a way.
So that’s it for us. Thank you guys so much for watching.
Don’t forget to drop a comment below. What are your thoughts on this video? If
you have any questions for Ebby, drop some comments or questions for her as
well and I’ll see you guys next time. Bye! Can you hear me? Yes! Sorry! There was something that was so good in
a previous video and I can’t remember what it was? The previous or the previous
previous? Bye. And we finished! Done! you


  1. Jasmine T TV Post author

    Thank you all for watching! ❤️ If you enjoyed the video, don't forget to give it a thumbs up. 👍🏽 Your support is greatly appreciated! Be sure to check out Part 1 if you missed it. I look forward to seeing you all next Thursday!

  2. O Mundo para Iniciantes Post author

    Great video! I am Brazilian and live in Wroclaw. I just made a video with my friend from Angola on my channel about racism and xenophobia in Poland and she also said that she feels safe here. I guess most Polish people are really interested in foreigners, in a nice way.

  3. Veronica Post author

    😂😂 this was hilarious. Y’all vibe so well and will make great friends. That area code shout out conversation at the beginning was hilarious 😂😂😂

  4. Łukasz Perła Post author

    Genialny wywiad. Pośmiałem się, teraz mogę iść spać. Dobranoc 😉

  5. Chillstep 4life Post author

    ❤️❤️I luv' you black people❤️❤️! ❤️❤️Make some mulatto kids in Poland❤️❤️! ❤️❤️And may spiritual-diversity triumph over Marxist-diversity❤️❤️!

  6. wojtek besz Post author

    Ladies please understan. We just hate man. We don't care what color they are ( white , black or whatever) we just hate them. Don't ask me why.

  7. ensun rizz Post author

    Thumbs up to Jasmine for learning Polish – U go gurl !!!

  8. Robert Skrocki Post author

    Haha, it was fun! For a long time I have not seen such a clever and brilliant conversation between girls on YT and in general.
    You two fit together 😉

    BTW. Being aggressive towards a woman is a disgrace for a Polish man – it is an old school, but it is still valid. Therefore, this is the reason why women can feel safe, regardless of the color of the skin, even in the middle of the night.
    Men, regardless of color, probably do not have such a good, but generally it is not as bad as the urban legends tell 😉

  9. Victoria Morgan Post author

    Jasmine, I'd love to know more of what you're doing there. How you're surviving financially. How you decided on Poland. How long you are deciding on staying. Differences between US and Poland, and Korea and Poland. Love seeing your vids again!

  10. Regine Jules Post author

    Jasmine this was a great interview😂😂😂

  11. mezmare Post author

    Hi girls!
    For a hairdresser I'd try to google "afro fryzjer". A bit of Polish might be necessary, though. I've found these two saloons, one in Warsaw and the other in Poznan: and
    You could also ask some other Black or mixed race girls on their IG or YouTube channels, who are either Polish or living in PL for a long time, like @osiugonoh, @dorota_chojecka, @neen_nah, @amello.goddess, @cynthia__iyo
    , @therapeuticmama. It's worth to try, especially if it doesn't cost you anything 😉

  12. Funi Max Post author

    Shout out to Jasmine and Abi (excuse the spelling).

    Very refreshing to see 2 gorgeous black women sharing their bravery, experiences and humour about living in Poland.

    I wish you both great experiences, prosperity and love in all your endeavours.

    Peace from South Africa

  13. Toxic LostInWonderland Post author

    hair care-> for your information – on fb there is a group "curly girl Poland" (our curly hair are different, but it may be useful). In addition, when it comes to products- at the store you can get such brands as Canty, sheaMosisture. And of course in Warsaw there is an "African shop" which also sells online on fb.

  14. Zgrywus Post author

    Trzeba być wybitnie uzdolnionym żeby przebywać w jakimś kraju trzy lata i nie nauczyć się żadnych słów ;]

  15. Kay sapphire Post author

    I enjoyed this video. Learning about different culture and countries

  16. Bogdan Pantal Post author

    so funny and refreshing and will for sure motivate more people to visit or move to Poland and take care of all this faces asking "why Poland" 😉

  17. indigoarcher Post author

    I really enjoyed the rapport between the two of you in this interview. Keep em coming Jasmine. I have to admit I was hoping for some success in the dating arena. Maybe one day…

  18. sednoid Post author

    Those "why Poland" questions come mostly from Polish inferiority complex – many Poles have a pretty low opinion of our country and are just genuinely surprised that someone from abroad would actually come and live here. We're just not used to it (yet).

  19. Marzena Nikiel Post author

    Warsaw, beginning of April 2019
    I was exhausted yesterday
    About half past eight in the evening I returned home with my head down.
    Coming to the bus stop, I looked up and here in front of me, at the bus stop there is a really big, black man.
    I sat on the bench waiting for the bus, looking around.
    I look and two black girls are heading for the same bus stop.
    I thought OK they are probably together.
    But no, these two girls passed a black man, stopped and also waited for the bus.
    Then a bus arrived, two black girls got in and drove away.
    Later, my bus arrived, I got inside, I sat on one of the double seats, the other was free, I looked around and on the other side of the passage on the bus sits a black boy.
    Then a black man (the big one) sat next to me, the same one who stood at the bus stop.
    Four unconnected black people at the same time at the same bus stop in the evening in Warsaw are something extraordinary.
    It's like seeing four pregnant nuns at the same time.
    It was not around the airport, nor the tourist part of the city, around no shopping centers, no restaurants, just a big intersection.
    I thought it was so unusual that I should buy lottery tickets, because such events are extremely special, but it was too late.
    By the way, no one was staring at neither on the bus nor on the street.

  20. mpingo91 Post author

    5:20 WROCŁAW /FOLKLORE/ – that's correct pronunciation! 😛

  21. Duke Silver Post author

    I think the worst mistake foreigners do when moving to Poland is chosing to live in Warsaw. There are so many nicer cities in Poland…

  22. enhifhupwq Post author

    Stay in Poland. Dont want to learn polish. GL

  23. Thomas Kwiatkowski, Esq. Post author

    Yer daddy wuz right! No, I am joking, try not to let you bio clock rule you, if it won't happen, heck, it doesn't meant that's it's your fault, it's just that there wasn't any dude around who appreciated your particular qualities.

  24. Amat Ullah Post author

    I love this interview! It was really dope! You should make it thing!

  25. Adaś Paker Post author

    Poland isn't definetly a good place, people are awfull and grim, they hate jews.

  26. Vienna Lisowska Post author

    3 years in Poland and didn’t even try to learn it lmaooo just leaveeee

  27. Arrato1977 Post author

    If you respect our culture and values, feel invited to Poland !

  28. Krzysztof K Post author

    Good luck to you guys I wish you both all the best. If people stare at you do not take it as an offense, people look at something they have not seen before. My wife is Chinese I’m polish when I go to china people look at me, actually I quiet like it for a brief second it makes me feel popular. You should take it as something to be proud of, that you’re different.

  29. Krystyne Harris Post author

    Interesting conversation, great connection, but one thing baffles me, you are not prepared to learn the language, even though you speak very positively about Poland, but are prepared to take the best on offer. Do you hang out with English speaking people only? I can't imagine that it would be easy to connect with people if you can't communicate.

  30. sanderus421 Post author

    Hmmm…let me think. Your contract is up with in a year, and you are planning of staying in Poland after that, but yet you are not even trying to learn polish. How about if you have kids while living in Poland, mommy would not understand her own children.

  31. Krzysztof J Post author

    I used to work with a Polish girl whose father was from Ghana.
    It was back in mid-90s and life of coloured people here was pretty tough. She grew up in one of bad neighbourhoods in Warsaw (Bródno) and being a dark-skinned person was extremely tough.
    I am really glad to see attitudes change. The colour of the skin does not make a difference now. Curiousity – yes, but much less aggression than in the past.
    Please keep attracting people to my country – blogs like yours make much better job than any commercials. 😊👍

  32. HotShot Post author

    3 years in a foreign country and you don't even try to learn the langage? Too bad for you, that the majority here is not political correct and you can't play the slavery victim card huh.

  33. Blank X Post author

    Skiing lessons LMAO
    I was just told as a child to go down the hill close to the edge and if you are losing balance or want to stop just crash onto the side.

  34. Mariusz Borowski Post author

    I'm not very happy to see here the people with no wil to learn polish. Do I really have to learn english to communicate ones like you in my own country? Really?

  35. wojstube Post author

    Szczere dziewczyny 😉 Ja bym z przyjemnością nauczył się jakiegoś nowego języka, który miałbym wokół siebie. Na razie angielski i rosyjski pomagają mi oglądać dużą część yt 🙂
    Honest ladies 😉 I would have learned foreign language if I was sorounded by people speaking that language. English and Russian languages are helping me to watch a lot of yt videos so far 🙂

  36. SioMusic Post author

    My hope is that this turns into a tv series! Pitch it <3

  37. Krzysztof Platek Post author

    Poland nad other central European counties becoming actually better in many ways, than western countries. Life is slower, more relaxed, economy is very dynamic, There is actually easy to achieve some sukces, because market is stil not saturated, is safe, is clean, is lots to do, Poland Has fantastic weather, amazing cities with georgus atmosphere, polish people are nice, smart nad friendly.
    I belive that in near future life standard will be actually better than those one in some western european countries, ( l dont mean just money, because in this matter Poland is stil poorest than West, ) I mean everything what making Life sweet and plesant. Questions: why Poland? are made mostly by people whom never been in Poland, nad still thinking of Poland as of country Poland was 15, 20 years ago.

  38. Dawid Lyczko Post author

    In most cases if you try to learn language, even few words, wherever you are, you will recive very good reaction from locals. If you dont even try, you dont lick history of that country, it put you in a bad light on your purpose here, your contribution to socjety. I have alergy reaction when i hear you dont even try. Beeing Polish is not about colour of skin, but about frame of your values that you put on table. It is more visible not far from big cities, wherever you go. So dont close in your ghetto here, come to us, we dont bite 🙂
    Question why Poland is tricky. Polish people love to complain, about country too. But it is beloved mother, so only Polish people can complain about it. When you try it it will triger hell, especialy after alcohol. One reaseon to learn language, so you can complain too 😉
    Reason why only male black have bad encounters from time to time, not womens, is becouse in Poland there is biger respect for womens who act like womens. Not like man like in western societies. So nobody will rape you if you dont be drunk like skunk and exposed yourself. In most cases, you can only hear some stupid coment from people that want to easy lift steam from their nerves. Man get undeserved, becouse of EU policy of open borders. And after all our hisory, all we want is Poland as we know it, with our patriotism implicated to us by our parents. We have only one God, here are only two genders, family structure still means something and lets keep it that way…

  39. Warsaw -Chicago-Direct Post author

    That was funny… the "mountain stuff" "a lot of falling down" certain comments. Your I speak Polish a little bit would definitely win you over with Polish people, it doesn't take much btw, any Polish person sees you're taking an interest and learned something will immediately help you, it's our nature. Keep going girl! You may single-handedly change that stupid media propaganda about Poland.

  40. Bilion Długu Post author

    Koreańczycy uczą sie polskiego, bo wiedzą, że Polska ma przyszlosc

  41. Bilion Długu Post author

    O co chodzi z tym przyrostem ludności Afryki? Przecież tam taka bieda. 😉

  42. imcornholio55 Post author

    Once you go to Poland, you don't want to leave.

  43. Ma JA Post author

    Funny . No one said to me or anyone I know welcome to my country and I'm in the USA for the past 20 years . On contrary I've heard "go back to your country" very often . In the USA you don't see a face smiling to you .

  44. biesoid Post author

    Don't move to Poland, go back to Africa or wherever you came from.

  45. Wojtek Turski Post author

    We really do appreciate our homogenious culture and civilisation. We consider to stay a white christian country.
    No one can blame us for it.

  46. SEBSKI YYY Post author

    got cought in warsaw tram few days ago ,penalty 250zl. tried to bribe chance:(

  47. Sam Ruthless Post author

    i dont think it must be that racist of a country, i've seen many black people moving to poland lately

  48. Sarah Mwangi Post author

    Shout out! Been here for almost 13 years now.

  49. Sylwia Ruła Post author

    As native Pole living in here since the day I was born (1995) I can tell you why people keep on asking "Why Poland?". Basically for centuries we were the ones who were migrating FROM Poland (political, economical reasons etc.), there's even a joke that second biggest polish city is Chicago. And I can't really say emigration is a past for our society. My dad was working abroad for 10 years, my uncles and aunts are still living in Germany and UK so it's just weird for us to come from position of being a country everyone's leaving to be a country people are moving to (on their own will! yay! :D). Cause even 8 or 5 years ago it wasn't like that. Not to mention that our past as society is very harsh, our history is one disaster after another so you may not feel it but living in Poland is sometimes rather masochistic from native Polish point of view.

  50. S.M.G.21 Post author

    You are a Guest in this Country, and a Guest in Our Continent of Europe.
    Treat us with Respect & We will Return the Favour.

  51. Carolyn C Post author

    "Mountain stuff." I love it! Thank you for these videos. I've become very interested in going to Poland.

  52. Joe Know Post author

    I've always wondered why anyone would chose Poland too, If i was to choose a country to study in Europe Poland does not come to mind, or any country East of Germany, intact Germany would be my 2nd choice after UK. I know you said is cheaper but the income income if also much less, about oh people don't Tania's this. minimum wage in UK in Moldavia is rich but that's because their economy is in ruins.

  53. Voltulasp Voltulaentertaiment Post author

    Poland is the worst choice. Drunk, racist and poor. Sincerely, a polish guy.

  54. then benagcz Post author

    I think no 1 big thinking you would not be shot by cop when you black and being pulled over xd

  55. misza Post author

    Fajna z ciebie kobieta Jasmine, bardzo pozytywna. Przez przypadek obejrzałem teraz twoje filmiki 😋bądź radosna, uśmiechaj się i życzę Ci w Polsce wszystkiego dobrego 😉

  56. Mysterious Star Post author

    Hi I have a question. Dose poland provide freedom of religion to Christians? Thanks.

  57. marvellous ukpong Post author

    hey can i get abby contact for some more infomation

  58. Bartek990 Post author

    I love your video, but say to your friend, that she should learn some basic Polish – it'll make her life so much easier in Polish culture 😉

  59. Simon Post author

    Do Uganda next. I wanna know if Uganda is a good place for people of colour.

  60. Mark Davis Post author

    Jasmine for you to be single you must be surrounded by a lot of half-blind men.


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