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Sunday, March 10, 2013

I was trying to translate this on the google translator, but I'm not sure if what I am getting is accurate. There it is, 'flanke deye (with accents on the "e") ou yon kote" . mesi pou ed ou.

Flanke dèyè ou yon kote.
Sit your butt down.
Sit your ass down.
Stay put.

This is what you might say to someone who's being a handful and you want them to sit and quiet down.  But since it's a little vulgar you should not invite guests in your house to sit down in your living room with that sentence .... unless you don't want them coming back :)

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