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Sunday, November 4, 2012

sak ki tet pikan nan angle?

Someone with nappy, brillo pad hair (as they call it) may have earned this nickname.
It literally means head of thorns

You gotta give me more info here:)  Is this a nickname?, Did someone use it to describe another person?,   or Does this involve someone with nappy looking hair?
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  1. Yon neg nan yon video te di tet kode ak tet pikan pap rete nan lakay mwen

    1. oh... they're talking about people with dreadlocks or braided hair and braided extensions.

      Tèt kòde ak tèt pikan pa rete lakay mwen
      can be translated as:
      People with dreadlocks are not welcome at my house.