I think a better question would be Kto lubi gęsi?
That might make more sense
Geese are borderline evil, one casually walked into my friend's house and then proceeded to attack everyone and destroy a bunch of things.
I don't like geese, one of them bit me when I was a child. :c
JA. They poop on my god damn ogród
Shouldn't "gęsi" be in the genitive? After all, there is the word "nie," which implies that the sentence is negated.
Yes, and it is.
Also Genitive for "goose" and "geese" is identical so I added "a/the goose" as well.
Geese have twice now attacked my car. Evil incarnate.
Just before they fly south, they get together in their hundreds and all together crap all over the grass in the park. Selfish gits.