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Friday, November 23, 2012

what does pike zepeng

pike zepengto stick a pin

This may be used in the expression Pa gen kote pou pike zepeng which literally means there no place to stick a pin

1. Foul la si tèlman sere, pa gen kote pou pike zepeng.
    The crowd is so dense, there's not even a place to stick a pin.

2.  Si tèlman te gen moun nan konsè a, pa't menm gen kote pou pike zepeng
    There were so many people at the concert, there wasn't even a spot to stick a pin

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