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Saturday, August 4, 2012

Lavi se tankou latè. Lè ou jwenn yon woch jaden an, pa mete woch anko nan latè. Ositou, lè ou jwenn peche a nan lavi, pa mete peche a anko nan lavi. :-) Does that make sense? Is there a more correct way to say it? What is a good word for "remove"? Mesi!

Yes it makes sense to me.  I understand it as: Do not make things any worse than they are.  
Perhaps you might add the preposition 'nan' before 'jaden'.
Mwen panse se bèl pawòl nèt!

A good H. Creole word for remove can be retire or wete
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