Bragging - Fè Djòlè (Haitian Creole)

Bragging - Fè Djòlè (Haitian Creole)

To brag is to say something in a boastful manner... In Haitian creole they call it "Fè Djòlè"

But wait a minute, isn't it what Companies do in comercials?

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Toto ak Ti Joel desann nan yon estasyon tren pou yo wè tren an pou premye fwa... Lè yo te wè gwosè mons tren sa-a ki ap vini, Toto di: "Pa gen anyen ki ka kanpe bagay saa..." Tren an rive, li kanpe. Lè sa a, Toto di: "Pa gen anyen ki kapab fè-l deplase ankò..." Tchou kou tchou kou ... Tchou kou tchou kou ... tren an te kòmanse deplase ankò ... Toto di: "Ann al lakay nou!"

Read: Toto ak Ti Joel ki we yon tren premye fwa

The average Haitian person cannot stand a "Djolè" (A Bragger). I mean if you like to brag, they may NOT say anything in front of you, but wait until you leave... If only you left a tape recorder behind...

Read: Fe Djolè (Bragging) Is OK If You Do It Right

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