Folk costume from Kurpie - Puszcza Zielona (Green Forest), Poland. Vintage postcard.
by Robert Manuszewski
Polish Pottery: Manufaktura w Bolesławiec
Folk costume from Kraków, Poland. Vintage postcard.
Folk costume from Kraków East (around Zalipie village), Poland. Vintage postcard.
Folk costume from Kraków, Poland from the mid-19th century. Vintage postcard.
Side note: According to the historians and ethnographers, the old-Polish (old-Slavic) folk costumes of women were similar to the Biłgoraj or Lasowiacy costumes, which are said to be the the least-changed in the course of the 19th-century industrial revolution.
( Also I won’t be on since tomorrow evening my time until Sunday evening at least because I’m going on a Sabaton concert in other city and such /u\
this is gonna be so exciting ahh )
I’m not married to it, plus I’m like….half way taken. I can’t do that, it’d kill my chances with the mr lucky who’s almost mine. -just frowns- That’s impossible, I don’t have to worry about shit like that.
That’s what you say now, but I’ll humor you. I wouldn’t pick you either, sweet sweet Feliks, but I bet you wish I would. It’s ok, everyone does, don’t feel bad.
Good luck for you with this second half. I mean I wonder whom you’ve managed to trick into liking you, you’re the most irritating person I’ve ever met. Anyways, once again good luck, err. Yeah. /he purses his lips for a moment/
In your dreams, you see, I am actually happily taken. I’m not that blind and stupid to abandon them for you. Why is this conversation even happening.