Pepperpot: Patois disguise not working for ageing graffiti artiste


Friday, July 11, 2014

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After being called out and exposed in last Friday's Pepperpot, the ageing graffiti 'artiste', who specialises in orgies and whom no one, apparently, is pining after since his ignominious departure, tried to disguise himself in a response. Here is the edited response:

"Dear Miss Eva-Jean,

Mi read yuh article today bout that ageing graffiti artiste ting deh. Ah me ah do the writings dem bcuz me ah try bun out dutty...and...who ah guh round ah tief ppl money... big man ting! Mista (attorney) ah tek care ah mi in ah the whole situation... not to mention mista (attorney) who support di ting... yeah man." - Peace Saunderson

Sorry to see commish go like that

My girls are all saying they are sorry to see Commissioner Owen Ellington go like that. When a man can't even say a word in his defence, things must be bad indeed.

Get well soon, Babsy

The girls also want to wish Babsy Grange a speedy recovery. We don't want Parliament to be too long without full female representation.

Cliff Hughes Online

Cliff Hughes is no Wilmot Perkins and we wonder why Power 106 did not come up with something new. But isn't Hughes competing against his own Nationwide station? BTW, what has happened to Marlene Malahoo Forte? We don't like to see a sister discarded just so, with no explanation.

Question of the week

Is it time now for a female commissioner of police?




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