Haiti - Ti Poul dèyè Manman - What does it really mean?

Haiti - Ti Poul deye Manman - What does it really mean?

In Haitian Creole, "Ti Poul dèyè Manman" can mean many things... Literally it means baby chicks following their mother, the hen or female chicken. but it has other meanings as well...

When a Haitian tells you: "Ou se yon Ti Poul dèyè Manman," what they are really trying to tell you is that you have no experience, you dont know what you are talking about.

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