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Saturday, January 12, 2013

I love the Haitian Creole proverb in #7 of post previous. "SILA KI MET KANNARI A SE LI KI MET DLO A TOU. - He who owns the water jug also owns the water. "

Sila ki mèt kannari a, se li ki mèt dlo a tou.
sometimes they also say:
Mèt kannari a se mèt dlo a tou.
He who owns the water jug also owns the water. 

This kind of reminds me of the banks and mortgages :)
Whoever owns the land on which you build your house, also owns your house and everything in it.

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