Oh I’m sorry. Did I break your concentration?

September 24, 2019

Presenting to you today is our very own Jan Wyrwiński. A Full-time coder and part-time bartender. Ready to kill you with his charms and super slick jawline. Watch out for the punchy flavours and smooth lines 😉 

Tell us a little about yourself.

I was born in Gdańsk, but I spend some time living in Sopot before moving to Warsaw. Since finishing high school, I started to work in the hospitality industry, was bartending in the Atelier Club, located next to a beach. Had attempt with studies on Gdańsks Polytechnics – Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications, and Informatics but I guess that wasn’t for me. 

About two years ago, my friend Bartek, who I was working in Sopot with, invited me to work for No Spoilers, so I moved to Warsaw. A year ago, I returned to hospitality, starting the second job in Backroom Cocktail Bar.

What is your hidden talent?

I know how to keep a straight face when people want to make me laugh. To look serious when I want to. People call it… My poker face. 

Any favourite line from a movie?

It would have the be the speech that Samuel Jackson gave in Pulp Fiction. Ezekiel 25:17, this part of the movie solidified my opinion that this is one of the best films of all time. 

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you?

I’ve heard a few times that I look a bit like Cole Sprouse, had to google this guy and don’t really agree with that. I’d go for Andy Samberg or Michael Palin, I wish my character were that funny. But if I could be a director of this movie, I’d cast myself as me and make it as The Dave Chapelle Story skit from Chapelle’s Show.

What is one thing you cannot live without?

My friends are so important in my life, I really cannot live without them. I try my best to go back to my hometown from time to time to catch up with them. Everything I have experienced and learned in Gdansk has helped me become successful not only for the company I work for but overall with life in Warsaw. 

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