Prohibited items in Poland

Poland - a country located in Central Europe whose capital is Warsaw. If you decide to travel across Europe, Poland is one of the best places to eat as well as holiday resorts, as well as historical. If you love skiing, you south, if you prefer beaches and curative mineral spas, you north, but if you are a lover of sights, then go to Warsaw. But, as in any country in the world, in Poland, has its taboos that tourists is better not to disturb.

Prohibited items in Poland

is most often referred to as the building hair dryer, I think this name is not correct, because it is used not in the construction industry. Alternative title: Technical hair dryers, professional hair dryer, industrial dryer, heat gun, Melt, and even termoduvka and termovozduhoduvka. Russian synonym - dryer.

Prohibited items in Poland

1. Introducing Tanya

Nothing personal! Just in the Polish language, the word "Tanya" means "cheap". Agree that it is presented in such a way when meeting is not very convenient and absolutely unnecessary. But to worry about it not worth it. Just to use the full form of the name - Tatyana - and you can safely communicate.

In Polish, by the way, it is quite unusual for Russian ear names. If you tell someone that loves Kalina or berries, then it may well go to women.

Prohibited items in Poland

2. Do not drink

It was in Poland was recorded case of a person survived to 14, 8 per thousand in the blood. For comparison, the lethal dose is between 5 and 6. One of the most popular beverages in Poland - beer. In the summer to drink cold beer and juice through a straw, and in winter - hot beer with cinnamon and orange. In fact it's not juice, and syrup, which is added directly to the glass before serving the customer but order a "beer with juice."

Prohibited items in Poland

3. Add the potatoes in the soup, and use the word "cup"

In Western Europe, the soup - a festive meal, so rare. But here the soups are eaten in the same mass quantities, as well as in Russia. Most interesting is that very often the Poles do not eat soup with a spoon from a plate and pour the liquid into a cup and just drink it. Not so it would be convenient to catch pieces of vegetables out of the cup, so no potatoes or roasted vegetables to soups here are not put. By the way, if the word "soup" in Polish and will be - "Zupa", our word "cup" means "skull", and, if you ask a cup of soup or tea, you, God forbid, will take over the maniac.

Prohibited items in Poland

4. take sick leave when ill

It sounds a bit strange, but if the child is ill, then you absolutely do not need to go with him to the doctor, to sit in the queue and infect others. In schools and kindergartens do not require an official confirmation from the doctor. Suffice it to note, phone call or fill in an electronic application by parents. Self-medication can lead to serious problems, you might say, but the Polish statistics say otherwise.

Prohibited items in Poland

5. Talking about money

All money issues - information classified as "secret". It is not accepted to talk about who gets how much, how many have bought this or that thing, how much to spend for a gift or a holiday. This topic is considered to be highly intimate, and similar issues - in this invasion of privacy. Husband and wife do not always know about each other's income - to say nothing of friends, colleagues or acquaintances.

Prohibited items in Poland

6. Staying in the office after work

"It's not laziness, it is the rational allocation of time", - says any Pole. If you do not finish the project, did not have time to finish the job or burn time - all this can wait until the next day or even until Monday. If the working day ends at 17:00, then ideally you need to complete the case as early as 16:55. If you pay the more time it can cause damage to the family, and the time spent in the family, priceless!

And no like "beer" on Fridays. Friday - it's too good day, to spend it on conversations with colleagues. In this case, the team can be very friendly, but he was far from the family's status.

Prohibited items in Poland

7. To work on Sunday

In Poland, the general is not accepted to engage in business matters during the weekend. And this applies to absolutely everything. The gym will not be queues in the laundry room, you can be alone. Moreover, the government passed a law banning sales of some Sundays and holidays, citing the fact that people need to spend more time with his family and attend church. Therefore, shopping or even just buying bread for morning toast on Sunday take on the character of the quest.

Prohibited items in Poland

8. Do not try coffee with breast milk

Of the latest innovations in the capital - a cafe where, in addition to regular cow's, soy or popular now lactose-free milk, coffee can be obtained invigorating feminine. Yes, it is a separate item on the menu. As explained by the manager, cafes is working with women who are lactating agreed to pump and sell them some of its milk. The proposal came before the winter cold to the idea of ​​boosting immunity. What do you think, would like to strengthen the body in such a way or all the usual tea with ginger, you can do?

Prohibited items in Poland

9. Take a pet from a shelter just

It needs to go casting to get the right to take him less than the others. First, the income should be more than adequate. Secondly, the availability of sufficient living space for the entering of the animal. If these conditions meet the requirements, you can proceed to the second stage. For example, put screens on the windows. A final decision will be a special commission.

10. Predict the weather,

Weather in Poland - a phenomenon very unpredictable. Warm, gentle, sunny morning, and an hour or two this magnificence can be changed beyond recognition: hail the size of a walnut, a little later, a strong wind and rain in the evening - this is a very common situation. That is why you must always carry and warm clothing and an umbrella and sunglasses. The climate is not very hot, so in Poland is not accepted to install air-conditioners, they simply do not need.