When Barack Obama came to Jamaica on Wednesday April 8th 2015, he popped over by the Bob Marley Museum (The Jamaica Observer, 2015, April 8) to pay tribute to the artiste.
Later on Thursday April 9th 2015, when he had his Town Hall Meeting at the UWI (University of the West Indies), he took it upon himself to salute our culture yet again with as customary Jamaican greeting: “Greetings, massive! Wah gwaan, Jamaica?”.
Jamaica’s Creole Language – Great Follow-up to Lover Boy
Well, if you’ve always wanted to understand our colorful tongue, then this latest book by Jamaica’s Creole Language by up and coming Manchester author Penric Gamhra will help you on that quest.
This book gives you the chance to learn how to speak like a Jamaican. With a little practice and help from Penric Gamhra book Jamaica’s Creole Language, you can master our beautiful language used in Reggae music and our poetry.
Penric Gamhra Jamaica’s Creole Language – Pickup lines for Jamaican Girls
A quick but thorough read at just a little over one hundred (100) pages, Penric Gamhra’s language treatise Jamaica’s Creole Language on Createspace can be your for only US$9.50.
Most importantly, you can earn some good pick-up lines to talk to those beautiful local Jamaican Girls like a true Lover Boy. In so doing you’ll be able to come to Jamaica not as a tourist but as a True Traveller.
Here’s the link:
- The Jamaica Observer, (2015, April 8). President Obama visits Bob Marley Museum. Retrieved from http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/latestnews/President-Obama-visits-Bob-Marley-Museum
- Deer, L. (2015, July 25). US$8.50 Lover Boy by Penric Gamha is a Spiritual Journey of Love. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2015/07/25/penric-gamha-sadie-turner-lover-boy/