Of course I’ve seen them drive. A Polish person gets in a car, the engine starts, and the vehicle roars off into the distance in a cloud of blue smoke. They’re clearly pushing the right peddles and pulling the right levers. But that’s where it seems to end. As far as I’m concerned the real trick to driving is avoiding running
into things, for example other cars and human beings. I’m always slightly worried by this sign:
Do you really need a sign reminding you NOT to drive into people?
Polish drivers are absolute bastards. I tried to find a more polite word, but there wasn’t one. Walking across a road in Poland is taking your life in your hands. For some reason, that I am completely unable to understand, Polish drivers believe that they become enormously more important than everybody else as soon as they step into a car. This means that they are perfectly entitled to barge other people off the road or run down pedestrians as they see fit. In other words they don’t give a flying kurwa for anyone else (English translation: begins with an ‘F” ends with an ‘K’ and isn’t ‘Fork’).
Poland! Why is this? What the hell is wrong with you people?