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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

I have 'je baton' from 'fout yo yon je baton' translated as EYE STICK on my translator. The meaning is lost for me here... 'Give the an eye stick???'

I'm not sure what the context is, but I would translate "yon je baton" as "a good whipping / a good beating (with a stick)".
Basically Fout yo yon je baton will be translated as Beat the hell out of them (or something similar)

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