If you don’t know by now, I love all things Bahamian – the food, the culture, the people, the accent, and of course, the colourful things we say. So, for my new YouTube video, I decided to give a “how-to” tutorial on a few Bahamian words and phrases.
There are so many words to choose from and it was tough to narrow them down, but I ultimately wound up with a few that I think people can relate to.
Bahamians are very creative people and they certainly have a knack for taking everyday words and giving them an entirely different meaning. Wink wink.
I have to say, I have been enjoying this new phase of my life where I have taken my content to YouTube. I still enjoy blogging, but there’s nothing like actually hearing someone’s voice and seeing their face.
Click the video below to take a look at the new video. I hope to do weekly videos, but I have been so busy relocating to a new country that I have not had much time to blog or vlog. Now, that I am settling in, that will all change.
Enjoy the video!
This Bahamian Gyal
Tomar Smith says
I love the Bahamian slang.
Rogan Smith says
Thank you so much! I know you already know a lot of Bahamian words. Haha. All the bad words, that is. Thanks so much for watching.