GUYANESE GRANNY LIGHT UP SOCIAL MEDIA - SCHOOLS TAXI-DRIVER!

link XDFIX Joined: Mar 2, 2003
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3/18/17 10:11:13 PM 

link XDFIX Joined: Mar 2, 2003
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3/19/17 4:51:20 AM 
Grandmothers say the darnedest things!

link Curtis Joined: Dec 4, 2002
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3/19/17 9:39:14 AM 
In reply to XDFIX

she's classic - ah shucks! yuh living donkaydam... lol lol

link XDFIX Joined: Mar 2, 2003
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3/19/17 12:52:41 PM 
In reply to Curtis

Man, I can't stop watching for kicks

donkaydam - never heard the term b4!

link Runs Joined: Jan 4, 2003
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3/19/17 1:01:38 PM 
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In reply to XDFIX

Don't care a damn

link ray Joined: Feb 7, 2003
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3/19/17 1:02:01 PM 
In reply to XDFIX

transalation

don't care a damn lol

link XDFIX Joined: Mar 2, 2003
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3/19/17 1:04:33 PM 
In reply to Runs

Ahhhh thanks!

link black Joined: Feb 28, 2004
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3/19/17 1:31:51 PM 
Guyanese Ole people used to use the Donkay N word too. lol

"Dem deh ah Donkay N-man" lol

link Kay Joined: Feb 1, 2015
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3/19/17 2:29:00 PM 
You unlegal.... smile

link XDFIX Joined: Mar 2, 2003
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3/20/17 10:14:39 AM 
In reply to black

Oh, so, the term don kay is legit as part of the Guyanese lingua? Yardie sey dun cah = don't care!

link black Joined: Feb 28, 2004
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3/20/17 10:17:35 AM 
In reply to XDFIX

Yes. Same thing, just pronounced a little different.

I heard it most from the older folks.

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