Nou kale bannanes, yanm nan, pois a etc. nou kite tout peau yo...

Patrick Princivil - July 9 2012, 10:59 AM

Nou kale bannanes, yanm nan, pois a etc. nou kite tout peau yo a terre a. demain si Dieu veut, yo tournin sou min-m pil fatra a, se pou gouvernment Martelly a charge nou pou sa.

Se mal-propre; surtout President ki te la deja yo te deja cochons deja, marchan yo pa suppose ap fe min-m tintin yo nan la rue a.

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