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Warsaw girls

Is it just me or are the girls better looking in the Warsaw area than true country girls?

I scanned the train this morning and noticed several absolute stunners.

Doesn't compare with Era headquarters though, where they hire reception staff solely on the basis of their looks. I once got caught up in a meeting of receptionists when I worked there - intimidating!

Perhaps it's just my wife's home village where they're all rough - with the occasional massive exception, of course

Re: Warsaw girls

Maybe it's about use of cosmetics? Access to money to buy them.

Re: Warsaw girls

Sounds more like looks are a prerequisite for a good job. Are the men good looking too?

Re: Warsaw girls

Some of them. It's the capital, so there are more than the average both of bright young things and people working in fashion, theatre etc.

Re: Warsaw girls

Another Ania was talking about Era.

No - although I'm an appalling judge of men's looks, they looked like a sack of potatoes to me.