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Puma Poland Home Shirt £8.00 @ Sports Direct

£8.00 @ Sports Direct
2008/10 home shirt With a V neck and contrast piping at sleeves. Crest badges. Puma logos at shoulders and chest. AVALIABLE IN 0NE SIZE LARGE International Teams Puma Poland Home Shirt from http:… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
2008/10 home shirt
With a V neck and contrast piping at sleeves. Crest badges. Puma logos at shoulders and chest.
AVALIABLE IN 0NE SIZE LARGE
International Teams Puma Poland Home Shirt from http://www.sportsdirect.com
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banned#1
Most of the Polish people in my area have gone home (who can blame them). Used to sell so much stuff in my trade to the Poles working for the temp agencies, hardly meet any nowadays!
banned#2
LongDongDave
Most of the Polish people in my area have gone home (who can blame them). Used to sell so much stuff in my trade to the Poles working for the temp agencies, hardly meet any nowadays!


who can blame them?

here when the money is good then when the pound weakens off they go?

good riddance

im all for people bringing skills to the country but "using" us as taxpayers isnt on
#3
can bet you are on benefit thats why you so unhappy. Who gonna work for your jsa?
banned#4
beno
can bet you are on benefit thats why you so unhappy. Who gonna work for your jsa?


at college currently studying business pal ;)

part time job at the local asda

lost that bet

i already stated im HAPPY to see them come take the jobs if they got the skills but its now a joke when businesses advertise specifically for polish workers
#5
hncb0809;4577593
who can blame them?

here when the money is good then when the pound weakens off they go?

good riddance


im all for people bringing skills to the country but "using" us as taxpayers isnt on


+1
#6
hncb0809
who can blame them?

here when the money is good then when the pound weakens off they go?





its what many migrant workers tend to do. i've got a polish mate who were our builder, top bloke and works beyond himself.

the Polish exodus will make our bone idle societies worse off, they're mainly very skilled or hard graft labourers, not many brits fit that description, few if any.

still, the 'i'm british (with viking/european/ heritage)' will be happy, they can keep on wasting their benefits gettin pished
banned#7
Poles came here like the brits went to germany in the 1980's. Its common sense, I personally thought the poles improved the country
#8
Migrant workers who have left their homes and family to go overseas to earn money in our rubbish jobs? Fair play to them, plenty of people in the UK could learn from their work ethic. Anyway, I thought this was a deal website, not a politics website, and this deal is HOT.
#9
hncb0809
who can blame them?

here when the money is good then when the pound weakens off they go?

good riddance

im all for people bringing skills to the country but "using" us as taxpayers isnt on


In the future, please make sense when you post.

When I ride the bus during working hours on my day off, it's full of native chavs and their numerous spawn, not Eastern Europeans who actually understand how to work for a living. Taxes paid by Poles and the like help to prop up the benefit-addicted British underclass, not the other way around.

Also, I think one joins the underclass by choice and behavior, not necessarily by birth, so I'm not hating on the poor here. Just those who play the system in order to avoid working.

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