Word for today

Originally Posted by ball:

yo is talking bout Jamrah

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You know we Guyanese we gat we own words,i know
black sage bramble last lang in the kitchen garden.
 

If you Fumble when you Grumble you tend to Mumble.

That Mumble by a Bumble who Grumble can lead to a Rumble

That Rumble when you Mumble by a Bumble who Grumble can lead to a Tumble.

That Tumble by a Bumble with a Mumble leads to a Grumble.

Originally Posted by Tola:

DOOR MOUTH.

Me gun sit pan de DOOR MOUTH and dry me hair pan de sun-shine. 

It's kind of hilarious how Guyanese came up with the

words Door Mouth is entrance to inside home.

 

The bruk up english we speak came from our fore

parents who tried to speak english words,most spoke

their native language,my grandfather born in the late

1890 in British Guyana i can't recall he spoke english.

 

Originally Posted by Django:
Originally Posted by Tola:

DOOR MOUTH.

Me gun sit pan de DOOR MOUTH and dry me hair pan de sun-shine. 

It's kind of hilarious how Guyanese came up with the

words Door Mouth is entrance to inside home.

 

The bruk up english we speak came from our fore

parents who tried to speak english words,most spoke

their native language,my grandfather born in the late

1890 in British Guyana i can't recall he spoke english.

 

It might not be appropriate English according to Webster, but the language sometime seems practical for its purpose.

 

Me ah go 'dea' and me gun come back 'jus-now'. Where is 'dea' ? And what is the time limit for 'jus-now' ?  

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