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    can you relate more to hispano caribbeans or english caribbean?

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    Stop with the idiot threads

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    de french caribbean got de latino passion n romance in deh music


    not dat different frum dis banna
    Last edited by bobolee; 05-20-2011 at 09:31 PM.

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    english

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    dominica is anglo carib though

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobolee View Post
    dominica is anglo carib though
    ye, das why i said english

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    Even de French islands would relate quicker to st. Lucia and Dominica and maybe even Grenada before DR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Insane View Post
    Even de French islands would relate quicker to st. Lucia and Dominica and maybe even Grenada before DR.
    ...but those are Creole speaking or formerly creole-speaking nations with significant cultural influences from France, they're practically French islands themselves. Most D/cans and Lucians didn't even speak English until the 1970's.

    Could you say the same for Anguilla or Guyana or the Bahamas? Probably not.
    Last edited by SKBai1991; 05-21-2011 at 07:45 AM.
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    Someone list the Creole and formerly Creole-speaking nations in the Caribbean for that poster please. Goodness...

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