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Stephanie Lyew Quote of the week "The art is not in making money, but in keeping it." ~Anonymous Joke of the week A company, feeling it was time for a shake-up, hired a new personnel manager, one that was determined to rid the company of all slackers.On a tour of the facilities, the new personnel manager noticed a young man leaning on a wall. The room is full of workers and he wants to let them know he means business!
Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer Quote of the week "Cherish your yesterdays and dream your tomorrow, but most importantly, don't forget to live your today's." ~Anonymous  BB phone tip
Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer Quote of the week "Be yourself, because an original is better than a copy." ~Anonymous  Joke of the week
Jamaican PROVERB of the Week 'CHICKEN MERRY, HAWK DEH NEAR' Usually used by parents or adults when children are romping to warn them that if they continue to play rough, someone would get hurt.  Quote of the week "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to not stop questioning." ~Albert Einstein.  Joke of the week Big shot or not?
Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer Jamaica 50th Word of the Week: 'LABBA-LABBA' This patois word means to talk too much and is sometimes used to describe someone as a 'Labba-mout' or a chatter box.  Quote of the week "Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius, and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring." ~Marilyn Munroe  Joke of the week Big shot or not?
Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer Jamaica 50th Word of the Week 'BHUTTU/BUTUH/ BUTTU' This patois word means 'an uncouth, out of fashion, uncultured person'. For example, "Wey yu a go inna dem deh clothes? Yu fayva bhuttu! Quote of the week "Tough times don't last but tough people do." - The Reverend Dr Schuller.  Joke of the week
Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer Jamaica 50th Word of the Week 'prekeh' PREKEH has three meanings:1. To be a fool.2. A good for nothing.3. To describe (or as an expression for) a surprising or upsetting occurrence. For example: "Wat a prekeh!"  Quote of the week
Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer Jamaica 50th Word of the Week 'PYAA PYAA' This word is used to describe someone's weak behaviour or matters that are considered mediocre or inferior.  Quote of the week "Rowing harder doesn't help if the boat is headed in the wrong direction." - Kenichi Ohmae (corporate strategist)  Joke of the week
Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer Joke of the week
Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer Quote of the week 'Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.' - Italian proverb  Joke of the week Two naughty boys steal a bag of oranges from the grocer and on their way home decide to stop inside a cemetery to share the loot. As they are scaling the fence, two oranges fall out of the bag and are left behind at the gate.