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Saturday, July 13, 2013

monte bourik a homme et a femme- se diferan?

A homme, ou monte tankou gason.  Ou mete yon janm ou sou chak bò vant bourik la.
Si w monte l "a femme", toude janm ou va sou yon sèl bò vant bourik la.

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2 comments:

  1. "A homme", you ride like a man. You put one of your legs on both sides of the donkey's stomach.

    If you ride it "a femme", both of your legs will be on one side of the donkey's stomach.

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