Admin, you should close this thread, its not going anywhere.
Please don't. Just tell idle people to shut up if they have nothing to say.
This topic is of interest. For instance I have always wondered why Guyanese say "bai" (boy) instead of "bwai".
One characteristic that I note with both Africans and Indians (the real ones not the fake Caribbean ones) is the use of "auntie/uncle" to address on older person who is a close acquaintance, but not a blood relative of the family.
This is also the pattern in the Caribbean and it confuses many non Caribbean people.
I find that Guyanese don't talk enough about the origins of our culture. One fact that needs to be understood is even though the two groups didn't trust each other they lived side by side so had great impact on each other. So all Guyanese use channa, and every Guyanese knows aloo. I think that the Hindi influence in mainstream Guyanese creolese is especially visible in food items.