Early on in their lives, girls in Poland are taught to clean, cook, knit, sew, and mend clothes. Girls are expected to help their mothers with the housework. Since many women in Poland work outside of home, young girls are often expected to even take over their mothers’ housework duties such as grocery shopping, cooking, washing the dishes, and doing the laundry.
As teenagers, Polish girls enjoy many of the same things that girls from other countries do. As teenagers, the girls are encouraged to pursue their hobbies. They like to listen to music, dance, play sports and watch movies. Many of the girls belong to clubs of interest where they can share their talents among teenagers with the same interests.
Girls from Poland attend coeducational schools where they receive equal education to the one boys get. They are brought up not only to excel at all the subjects but also to be disciplined students. They are usually quiet and very well mannered. Their education is not only comprehensive but also very much in-depth. Girls study arts, sciences, and foreign languages, and practice sports.
Polish girls, unlike girls from Western countries, are brought up in close-knit families where mutual love and respect are priorities. Therefore family life is very important for them. From the very beginning Polish girls are taught to care not only for their immediate family and their distant relatives as well.
I've had a chance to talk to few girls and must say that they're not only very good looking, but also have amazing character and personality. At the end of the day who wants to hang out with a boring princess? Thanks God our Polish girls have also got something interesting to say.
In 2007 was the "face" advertising campaign, the French company Hermès.
In 2008 was selected for the Australian festival fashion "Australian Fashion Week" which triggered a controversy in the media of Australia's young age-related models.
Probably the most beautiful in the world...
Scorupco was born on June 4, 1970, in Bialystock, an industrial town in northeast Poland, to Madgelena and Lech Scorupco. Her mother, a , and her father, a jazz musician, divorced when she was one (her father died 18 years later). In 1978, Scorupco and her mother relocated to a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden.
I'm moving to Poland and never coming back...
Polish girls are... angels sent from heaven...