Tag: Jamaican proverbs

10 Life Lessons From Shakespeare … In Jamaican Patois






Imagine what would happen if William Shakespeare decided to visit modern-day Jamaica. Can you visualise his utter discombabulation as he tried to figure out what these people were trying to say? Can you see how Jamaicans would ‘eem’ and ‘ahm’








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10 Jamaican Proverbs To Make You Laugh Out Loud






1. “Monkey mus know weh him gwine put him tail, before him order trousiz.” Translated: The monkey must know where he is going to put his tail before he orders the trousers. Meaning: Be clear of how you are going








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