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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Here's a question for you dear. the Haitian proverb "bwe dlo nan ve respekte ve", now I know what it says in English but I need to know what it's referring to. Th

Bwè dlo, respekte vè is what I usually hear.  People say it as a warning.  It basically means Be cautious of people you're dealing with.
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