Pass Patipiso, Past Participle, Or Is It Present Continuous Tense? – Creō Concept Tricked Us

You must’ve seen this video already, especially if you’re Ghanaian and fully understand the dialogue. If it didn’t make you laugh, you’ll need some anti depressants. Allow me to translate it into the English Language, literally: Mr. Creō: Akwasi,when you find yourself doing something incessantly, how will you term it in English Language? Akwasi: Pass Pasitipo Mr. Creō: What did you say? Akwasi: Pass Patipiso? Mr. Creō: Pass what? Akwasi: Pass Pasipito Mr. Creō: Herh! When you keep doing something… when you keep on doing something, how will you term it in English Language? Akwasi: Pass Pasitipo Mr. Creō: Pass […]

YOO BRO! Tickle Me

Just when we thought Facebook was getting boring, suddenly the videos have gotten more interesting. Talk of those who only update their statuses with ‘deep quotes’ and ‘deep sayings’. Everything is deep nowadays. Back in High School, in English Literature class, everything symbolized something, and wasn’t exactly like it seemed. It made me paranoid; I’d read into everything.

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