IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Guest » 28th June 2011, 17:53

lesa-ni-ma-lyotola (in English, kleptomniac)... lol
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Guest » 28th June 2011, 17:58

Airborne wrote :
> I was even shocked to hear that the man had some rev by his side all along.
> What is becoming of us in the churches?
>
> I believe God cannot be corrupted like our men of God where. Infact the
> mula remained on earth. Imagine, all that the man did and Regime spent less
> than an iota of energy to acquire it. Can someone hook me up with her?

I can assure you, mate, that she had to count the ceiling and floor tiles when and how he wanted. Zamahala zinata. Front door, back door, kitchen floor, garden, kumweshi, kaufela, wherever, whenever... 'Back it on up...'
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Guest » 28th June 2011, 18:01

And you know what they say about 1.5's, te? They want to assert their presence, kaili they think they are short and cannot be easily seen so, muchifukushi, ni vuka-vuka like there's no tomorrow.
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Shuwa » 28th June 2011, 18:15

I know the man is dead and respect for the dead and all, but man, the dude had a libido that was out of control. Imagine stealing another man's wife when you know you are in the public spot light. Some guys at least steal wives in obscurity, away from public scrutiny,, not so openly! gees.
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Female » 28th June 2011, 22:52

Matope, I agree with you all the way . . . ambidextrous- ability to use both hands with great ease. Yes one hand held the Bible and the other . . .
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Guest » 29th June 2011, 01:01

Female wrote :
> Matope, I agree with you all the way . . . ambidextrous- ability to use
> both hands with great ease. Yes one hand held the Bible and the other . . .

Female,

NAIL ON THE HEAD!! And props to whoever thought of that one, all encompassing adjective; ambidextrous. I am so proud to be Zambian right now.
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby GN » 29th June 2011, 01:55

Guest wrote :
> lesa-ni-ma-lyotola (in English, kleptomniac)... lol

Can I take this translation to the bank or is this just a joke? i don't want to use it and then peoples laugh at me.
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Matope » 29th June 2011, 02:02

Guest,
that was Matope who posted the word. Although being typical Zambian, I had to look up the correct spelling in the dictionary. Otherwise I would write it phonetically;)
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Guest » 29th June 2011, 11:06

GN wrote :
> Guest wrote :
> > lesa-ni-ma-lyotola (in English, kleptomniac)... lol
>
> Can I take this translation to the bank or is this just a joke? i don't want to use
> it and then peoples laugh at me.

GN
The correct spelling is kleptomaniac. Missed out the 'a'. You can take it to the bank now...
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Re: IN ONE WORD...What did FTJ mean to you?

Postby Guest » 30th June 2011, 08:43

GN

'Lesa ni malyotola' loosely translates into 'God is a vindicator'. The kleptomaniac translation was intended to be sarcasm. A thief, or kleptomaniac, in Bemba is 'Kabolala', or 'Kabwalala', not quiet sure.
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