Despite the language barrier and nasty mutual jokes, thousands of German-Polish couples go down the aisle every year. The problems already start at the wedding.
How to refuse the second glass of vodka without snubbing the Polish side? When does the party actually end? And why doesn't anyone tell you that, as a bonus, you've married the bride's mother?
Despite everything, the prognosis is good. German-Polish marriages are statistically even more durable than German-German ones. Should the cultural differences in the end even be smaller than feared?
All these questions answer Steffen Möller in its new program, which addresses itself also to single persons, which were so far never beyond the Oder. Step-by-step is introduced to the ancient art of flirting, which is still in full bloom in Chopin's homeland. Release the romantic in you, just say "kocham cię!" And that doesn't mean "cook for me!" at all.