I did IT.mmmmm!!!

Yep, Cain has done it, I opened up a book, I've started reading Walk Good Guyana Boy by Bernard Heydorn. The author's brother is married to a cous of mine and while visiting I found the book which sat on a shelf for a long time collecting dust. Since borrowing it, I have a few asking me fo borrow the dam ting when I done it. I does jus suck my teet an sniff up my nose an so...I doan got time fo waste with people I got a book to read.

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cain posted:

Yep, Cain has done it, I opened up a book, I've started reading Walk Good Guyana Boy by Bernard Heydorn. The author's brother is married to a cous of mine and while visiting I found the book which sat on a shelf for a long time collecting dust. Since borrowing it, I have a few asking me fo borrow the dam ting when I done it. I does jus suck my teet an sniff up my nose an so...I doan got time fo waste with people I got a book to read.

RASS RASTA YOU KNO TO READ???  You attended Jha High School??

I'm putting my neck on a block to state that a lot of GNI members did not read a single Guyanese book this year. Yet no one is willing to support my nomination of Cain as GNI Reader of the Year for completing "Walk Good Guyana Boy".

Y'all spend day and night hey arguing bout Guyana and busing down one annada. But y'all grudge a little praise for a patriot like Cain who took the time and effort to read a book on Guyanese, for Guyanese, by a Guyanese. Shame on you packoos.

Cain put y'all to shame.

In Gilbakka's book, Cain is GNI Reader of the Year 2015. Congrats again, brother.

Chameli posted:

how's dat book going Mr Reader of the year recipient ...cainstah?

 

Look yeh doan make I vex, dat dam book is 224 pages you expect it fo done jus like dat, start an done same month?

Lemme see if I remember anything so far.

The banna left Georgetown for New Amsterdam

This banna uses words such as, Baay for Baie another word I don't recall used at Christmas time the guy's dad would hold a Bram...a big fete. Other words I don't recall

Police oil...tap water used for sprucing up hair.

Bumbah  A jungle boy

The last of the book really hit me hard. It tells of the disturbance and also mentions the Abrams family except names being changed. He mentioned one of the daughters who went out with his older brother the night before she died.

I did some laps on my bicycle with other fellas around the cathedral where the Abrams family lived. One of the younger daughters stood at the window and would blow kisses at yours truly,yep da cain......applause...thank you...thank you..applauseeeee...thank you.

The next day her kisses were being done elsewhere....complements of a molotov cocktail.

I give it 8 (1-10)... I does mark hard, Iman doan make joke when I read I is a bad bad readman an I doan have time fo waste havin to work at deciferingin whaderass someone sayin.

Oy banna, u doan listen to a book, you either read it, leh someone else read it for you, hit someone with it,use it to prop up a table leg,swat a fly, as a ping pong racket,use the pages in the outhouse,

but you never listen to it.

Bibi Haniffa posted:

I read Coolie Woman by Gaiutra Bahadur.  It is a masterclass piece of writing.  You can't stop a PPP woman with a Bachelors degree from Yale and a Masters degree from Columbia. 

a ppp women,now she have to write about the fall of the ppp

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