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    Default Re: Passa Passa has 'no place in Grenada'

    Quote Originally Posted by g2cris
    she actually refered to dvds of the womens privates being distributed.

    if its anything like what i see on the dancehall channel trust mi dem can do without it. cause dem girls out here dont see di neeed fi draws.

    probably if they had gotten proper bikini waxes i wouldnt object as much. LOL (just kidding)

    but dem udercarraige deh no look too becoming(no pun) at all. all sorta hair bumps and whatnot.



    BTTB(back to the books).
    Yuk! Ah dem tings deh a gwaan? I don't support dem tings at all.

    As to why some women would want to degrade themselves like that, is a mystery to me.
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    The people of Grenada have a right not to be exposed to this passa passa thing because passa passa is EXTREME

    One dvd i saw had women doing upside down, underwearless, dancing and the guys would pour beer into the nether regions.

    Be careful how you guys percieve this. It is not an attack Jamaica thing it is do not import the slackness from Jamaiaca thing.

    I agree with the people.

    PASSA PASSA IS EXTREME.
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    Default Re: Passa Passa has 'no place in Grenada'

    I think some of us Yardies are to bloddy thin skinned.
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    Default Re: Passa Passa has 'no place in Grenada'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillion
    The people of Grenada have a right not to be exposed to this passa passa thing because passa passa is EXTREME

    One dvd i saw had women doing upside down, underwearless, dancing and the guys would pour beer into the nether regions.

    Be careful how you guys percieve this. It is not an attack Jamaica thing it is do not import the slackness from Jamaiaca thing.

    I agree with the people.

    PASSA PASSA IS EXTREME.


    Weh yuh a watch dem tings fah?

    But still, dem tings nuh fi gwaan still - in any nation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillion
    I think some of us Yardies are to bloddy thin skinned.
    It's not about being think skinned. I have no problem with people not wanting slackness in their yard, but people have to be careful about the message they are sending when they speak out. Make sure it's an anti-slackness thing and be fair across the board, and not just be an anti-<insert foreign nation here> thing.
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    Bwoy Jah know mi neva know seh a so dem gyal ya nasty!!!! Mi nuh wrong di ooman mi google di pic dem an oh lord, mi haffi hurry up an come off. What a slackniss. Dem nuh have no respect fi themself. As a woman mi shame, mi nuh condone dem ting deh star!!!
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    Default Re: Passa Passa has 'no place in Grenada'

    lawd dem nasty fi chu....
    You know what?! Just live everyday as if it's your last.
    Why? Because one of these days, you're gonna be sooo right.

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    Default Re: Passa Passa has 'no place in Grenada'

    look at the patience that I'm demonstratin'
    After a week or two I usually start eliminatin'
    But we got thru the convo on the phone
    Now we finally chillin' in the condo all alone
    I tried to be the expressive, without bein' aggressive
    Just bein suggestive, a lil more impressive

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    Default Re: Passa Passa has 'no place in Grenada'

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCryptoKnight
    Hold on there...

    People in the Caribbean dancing half naked long before the "Passa Passa" street dances ever started. Look how long Carnival in Trinidad going on. And this DVD Girls gone Wild business never originated in Jamaica.
    I agree that such things aren't desireable anywhere though.

    Stop right there.
    It is very apparent that you nothing of the history of Trinidad Carnival.
    You need to be educated- so I will educate you. In the 17th century carnival started in the form of slaves holding private celebrations to mock their masters and generally have fun while doing it. They would dress up in elaborate costumes. Note elaborate. E.g "Dame Loraine", "The three Minstrels" a.k.a. ole time mas.
    Trinidad Carnival never started with anybody half-naked at all and remained so for many, many years. It is only within the past three or four decades that some carnival costumes have evolved into something resembling the raunchy Brazilian Carnival costumes.
    Furthermore, contrary to your generalized statement, not all carnival costumes feature half and near naked people. There are many mas players who have taken a stand not to go that route and choose creative costumes that cover the body.

    LET US NOT GO AWAY WITH THE IMPRESSION THAT TRINIDAD CARNIVAL HAS BEEN SPORTING HALF-NAKED PEOPLE FROM LONG TIME AGO.
    PLEASE BE ADVISED!!!
    Last edited by Juliet; March 6, 2006 at 06:42 AM.
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    Post Re: Passa Passa has 'no place in Grenada'

    I don't believe the Minister was talkin bout the carnival type thing or dressin half-naked, she was referrin to copyin the "showin the punnany" part of it, tho it always have some extremely loose/crazy person in carnival that'll go naked. But since passa passa has gotten the most recognition when it comes to street parties/dances and has been so popular region-wide and prolly international (i don't kno), that's where the "slackness" is being copied from.

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