Discussion in 'Reggae Bashment' started by knowitall, Sep 27, 2010.
old gal has had enough...
As the old people say, "long grass does carry news..." ... In other words, watch what you say around children cuz it will be repeated elsewhere.
bwahahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahhahahahah me nah bada we her again!!!
she meant it too.
me seh oooh god don badda badda me......... lool
Mi Nah chat to no body...QUIET! lol
Girl is hella cute....the accent makes it ten times cuter lmao she gon give some poor man a hell of a time when she gets older lmao
is she really saying "QUIET!"? ...I'm not Jamaican, but I thought she was saying "GWEY!" ...go away .....
These videos had my dying ...
First time I saw the first one I watched it 10 times in a row.
yeah she's saying 'me nah chat to nahbady, g'way'.........
both of these had me dying, can you imagine some poor lil dude getting this on blast?
Mr. K consider yourself well & truly repped
I aint gonna front i didnt understand all of it lmao accents hella thick...i got the jist of it tho lmao
is that what you was like when you was a nipper lucy?? i saw that picture with you on your dads shoulders (very cute!)
I'm like that now lool
Did you hear when she said ....
"Me cyan pray wid it!" ......LOL
"Mek de fada bade 'er!" .....LOL
"Me nah give she no more milk to put inna de cornflake!" ....LOL
I don't think anyone but me realized how funny these vids are. This girl is dangerous to her parents. She's like a little tape-recorder. Everything you say is absorbed to be played back later.
The first vid is probably her take on her aunty complaining about her.
The second vid is just wrong....smh
nah I loved these..... made my day when I saw them. watched both several times. that hard core JA accent is like music to my ears lol I intend showing my grams when she visits- she will really appreciate.
I liked where she says her aunty made her go lie down pon stinkin bed ... she got the screw face on lock too
I liked these that much I posted them in AEH........ not ONE reply
made me ponder something that has always puzzled me - how little CERTAIN black Americans appreciate their culture. I have spoken to several guys from AEH & Lipstick - asked them where they are from, to which they have answered 'America' so I'm like yes but where are you FROM lol
some of them honestly DONT KNOW......... so sad.
I may up that thread just to see..
In all fairness Lucy, a lot of black American families have been in America for many generations ... not like in Canada or the UK, where most of us are relatively recent immigrants.
But I know what you mean. Cuz originally, we're all from Africa. But I think the west indies kept a little more of the african flavour ... haha
I listen to some west african beats and it's damn near the same thing as calypso. Even the movements are the same....
I wanted to ask you, Do you dig soca and/or calypso?
only when its carnival ha ha
seriously though? not really
I appreciate what you say about the generations, I do really, but to have no cultural identity/awareness to the extent they dont even know if they are of African or Jamaican or Dominican etc. blood ?? I just find it alien
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