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Numerology information Guyana:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Guyana:
former country in south america, started out as a colony of england, famous for the great jim jones incident, most of the people speak broken english which is english with certain words that are missing in a phrase or words we make up, now has a corrupt government, and isn't doing to well
"yo where you from?" "guyana" "where da fuck is that shit" "south america" "what do you speak?" "broken english" what da fuck is that?" "its like, wha da fuck wrong wi you bai" "oh" "shut ya face you scunt ya"
You know you're Guyanese... When you go to International Pancake House and ask fuh Dhal & Roti. When the only word to describe somebody that can't dance is "Pagaley". When you spit in a tin can full of carbon, and shake it good before Lighting it up. And set fire to some kerosene soaked steel wool on clothes hanger for your home made fireworks. When you know what black sage is. When you invite your girl friend for a date at the cinema, and she bring the whole family. When you ask the shopkeeper to sell you 2 cigarettes instead of the whole pack. When you go to school with green mangoes and salt and pepper in your pocket. When you cover up the mirror when lighting flashing. When yuh best fren is yuh girlfriend bruther. when you know it's time to get up because you hear the first fowl cock in the morning... When you turn up at a wedding, uninvited, eat up dem food, and drink up dem rum. WHEN.... children want to be read a "nancy story" before they go to sleep. When you spout terms like last lick, anti man, mota bike, sweetie, patacake, buddy. When you go to the cake shop and buy salara. When you refer to all chewing gum as "Chico". When ya pick up ya date and put she pon the wood bar on ya three speed bicycle and ya all gon to Brown Bettie for ice cream. When you remember Good Friday as being quiet and the only thing you are allowed to wear is black, white or purple and eat only fish . You used to know at least one banna named Reds, or Coolie boy, or Dougla or Fat Boy, or Buck Boy, or Chinee. When you know what "gimme lil ting" mean ; ) When you know when not to touch the radio, because ya mother want to hear death announcements. When you know the difference between a "ginip" and a "jamoon". When you know a "cashew" to be a fruit and not a nut. When you spend Easter Monday flying your kite at the seawall . Yuh used to run after school fuh buy flutie cone crush, and snow cone with condensed milk . Yuh went to school wid at least one girl that had a big batty. When you ask for a buckta instead of underwear. When..your Air Jordan is a yattinboots... When ya see a drunk man ride he bicycle all the way home from the rumshop and fall as soon as he reach home. When you ask for directions and you're told to "go daside and tun lef, den go pass de coconut tree and jump ovah de trench and yuh reach
Only true Guyanese people can relate to this list....that excludes ayuh pretend, "cantuh" Guyanese dat come from foreign (New York, Toronto, etc.)
One of the most beautiful places and one of the most relaxing, calming countries I've visited!
Bailey: Viva La Guyana Lucas: Hell yeah!!
tha country in South America bordering the Carribbean Sea. Most of its skilled people are livin in the States, Canada, Britain, or in di rest of the Carribbean. There is a huge Guyanese community livin in the Little Guyana, Queenz, NY.
Songs about Guyana:
Guyana Baboo by Terry Gajraj from the Album Latest Chutney Hitz
Guyana (Cult of the Damned) [Live] by Manowar from the Album Hell On Stage Live
Guyana (Cult Of The Damned) by Manowar from the Album Sign Of The Hammer
Hail To Guyana (Re-Edit) by Alex And His Soul Messengers from the Album The Best Of Disco Demands - A Collection Of Rare 1970s Dance Music - Compiled By Al Kent
Guyana Punch by Tullycraft from the Album The Singles
Mash In Guyana by Rudy Grant from the Album Pop Masters: We Gonna Jam
Dancing In Guyana by Eddy Grant from the Album Gimme Hope Jo'Anna
Books about Guyana:
Guyana by Arif Ali (Feb 9, 2006)
The Guyana Story: From Earliest Times to Independence by Odeen Ishmael (Feb 28, 2013)
Guyana/Suriname & French Guiana 1:850 000 (International Travel Maps) by International Travel maps (Mar 31, 2012)
The Guyana Gourmet Cookbook (West Indian Recipes 1) by Bina Singh (Aug 29, 2013)
The Guyana Massacre by Krausse and Stearn (May 5, 1955)
GUYANA Country Studies: A brief, comprehensive study of Guyana by CIA and State Department (Feb 1, 2012)
Guyana in Pictures (Visual Geography. Second Series) by Karen Sirvaitis (Aug 2009)
Movies about Guyana:
Story of Jim Jones - Guyana Tragedy 1980 Unrated - Runtime: 4 hrs Starring: Powers Boothe, James Earl Jones, et al.
Guyana: Crime of the Century - Cult of the Damned 2005 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Stuart Whitman, Gene Barry, et al. Directed by: René Cardona Jr.
Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones 2007 - Runtime: 3 hrs 9 mins Starring: Powers Boothe; Ned Beatty; Irene Cara; Veronica Cartwright; Rosalind Cash; Randy Quaid; Levar Burton; James Earl Jones; Diane Ladd; Meg Foster Directed by: William A. Graham
Jungle Fish - How Fly Fishing Could Save Guyana's Rain Forest -
Guyana: Crime of the Century/Carlos the Terrorist 1979 NR - Runtime: 3 hrs 20 mins Starring: Stuart Whitman, Gene Barry, et al. Directed by: René Cardona Jr.
Guyana Tragedy-Story of Jim Jones 1999 -
Il Massacro Della Guyana 2013 X - Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins Starring: Gene Barry, Joseph Cotten, et al. Directed by: Rene' Cardona Jr.
Wiki information Guyana:
Guyana, officially the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, is a sovereign state on the northern coast of South America. Although Guyana is part of the Anglophone Caribbean, it is one of the few Caribbean countries that is not an island. The Caribbean...
Georgetown is the capital of Guyana, located in Region 4, which is also known as the Demerara-Mahaica region. It is the country's largest urban centre. It is situated on the Atlantic Ocean coast at the mouth of the Demerara River and it was nicknamed...