There was ALWAYS a lesson behind everything mama used to tell yuh when yuh was a pikni growing up, an if yuh still a grow wid mama, listen up to why shi a seh weh she seh! Learn the lesson behind some of the Jamaican proverbs and sayings your mother always used to say to you as a child. What are some sayings that stuck with you?
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Falla mi pan di Twitta @JamaicanSinting fi nuff more!
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**THIS WAS MODIFIED FROM A SKETCH ON THE INTERNET**

Video Clips used:
Road Runner clip http://bit.ly/M8fJYp
Kids playing clip http://bit.ly/J8qw5o
Runway model fall http://bit.ly/kYFqWJ
Treadmill fall clip http://bit.ly/BBCKX
Little girl cussing http://bit.ly/lwXDf
Baby crawling http://bit.ly/KUU72h

I do NOT own the music
“A song for Mama” by Boyz to Men
“Get vex money” by Red Dragon
“Thank You Mama” by Sizzla

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