“Dawg nyam yuh suppa”:
You are in great trouble!
“Even up gal/bwoy”:
Way too assertive
“Born back a cow”:
Behind current issues, late with the current trends.
“How you dance a yard, you dance abroad”:
What you are exposed to and practice at home, you will display it in public.
“Duppy know who fi frighten”:
A person knows who he/she can intimidate.
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