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Friday, June 7, 2013

Lè yon tèt chavire èske sa vle di li vin fou?

Wi, se sa menm wi.

Ou kapab di sa diferan lòt fason tou.
Tèt li chavire.
Tèt li pati.
Lòlòj li chavire.
Lòlòj li chavire dèyè tèt li.
Li pèdi tèt li.
Li fin tòltòl nèt.
Tèt li pa byen.
Li pèdi yon fèy.

Ou kapab di tou:
Ou fè lòlòj mwen chavire.
angiz 
Ou fè'm fou
for "you make me crazy"

Fanm nan vire lòlòj misye.
The woman made him crazy.

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2 comments:

  1. Kisa vle di 'lòlòj' egzakteman?

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    1. lòlòj, from horloge (clock) in French, can literally mean clock.
      We also call people with nystagmus as having je lòlòj
      and finally it means one's mind .

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