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Saturday, March 2, 2013

Poukisa Bondye bay chen an maling dèyè tèt li?

Petèt Bondye bezwen fè chen an rekonèt limitasyon l.
Petèt Bondye ap teste longè lang chen an.
Petèt chen an byen merite l.

Mwen bwè pwa :)

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2 comments:

  1. haha, kisa?!

    Mwen renmen dezyèm eksplikasyon ou.

    Kisa "bwè pwa" vle di?

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    1. LOL!

      Mwen bwè pwa basically mean "I give up. I don't have any more answers for you."

      We use "mwen bwè pwa" more specifically when telling tales and riddles, as a way to say to the "tale teller" that we've had enough guessing for one question. Then the tale teller, if he had given a riddles, would say what the correct answer is.

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