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    RasYardHindian Simon S's Avatar Simon S is offline
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    Jamaican Slang - translated

    straight : constantly (alternate to seen/zeen sometimes)
    bun : burn ; denounce.
    fassy - pu**sy ; as in a person. comes from avoiding censorship - cursing is illegal in JA.

    as used in a sentence.

    "mi bun dem fassy deh straight"

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    more slang terms:

    "Kiss mi neck" = oh sh!t.

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    who else does use babylon to refer to police...........cause ah see ah next meaning dey..............lol although it can pertain to police also

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    antiguans use babylon to say police and bun also means to knuckle somebody or as they say in trinidad, horn dem.

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