We don’t care if you’re a carpenter, a banker, a traveller, a teacher, an engineer or whatever — we want you to do whatever it is you’re meant to do.
If we have to come home every day only to find that you’re miserable because you have a job that you hate, but can’t actually be bothered to do anything about it, then we’re not going to let up until you leave it.
This is the definitive list of ‘things to remember’ …at least until I think of the next definitive list.
1 Her name Bear with me, I’m not being (completely) flippant. If you can’t remember your Polish girlfriend’s first name ask her what her second name is. Unfortunately it’s usually just one of the above, but you might get lucky and come across a Jadwiga (if you’ll pardon the expression). Women’s Day This is one of approximately 74 occasions during the year when you are required to give a Polish girlfriend flowers.
We might be known for being fairly stern and serious, but that’s because no one can tell when we’re joking.
Growing up in a British household teaches you many important life lessons.
Like: the water follows the teabag, and once it’s brewed you may add the milk.