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Hello, my wonderful Comedic Factor readers! Happy Good Friday and Happy Easter! Remember, Jesus is the reason for the season. What funny ratchetness will I be talking about today you say? Well, I find this particular topic near and dear to my heart. Yup, that’s right…. Jamaicans lol. Yup, I said it. Jamaicans lol.
Jamaicans say and do some of the most craziest and funniest things ever and sometimes you just have to laugh at the foolishness. Most of the stereotypes about Jamaicans are true lol, and I can say this because well, my parents, my aunts, my uncles, most of my cousins and well shoot my whole freaking family is Jamaican lol. I am very proud of my Jamaican roots and I will rep them all day, but Jamaicans are crazy and hilarious at the same time.
So, when I stumbled upon a few of @DormtainmentTV videos with Comedian Mike Anthony a.k.a @Leaning Leon, I was dying of laughter in my seat. Mike’s Jamaican accent is superbly on point and it’s hilarious.
In this particular video #CookinwithLeon, Leon is demonstrating how to properly cook the infamous Jamaican Ackee and Saltfish dish lol. Two-thumbs up and a snap for Leon! He does a great job in hitting those stereotypes about Jamaicans on the nail. Kudos to you!
Top 10 common and very true stereotypes about Jamaicans lol:
With that being said, Happy Easter everyone! Don’t forget to channel your inner Jamaican today and eat some Ackee and Salt fish and Jamaican Escovitch Fish, in that order! #BOOM.
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Executive Chef Robbie Joseph brings more than 35 years of culinary experience to his Montego Bay, Jamaica based restaurants and bars: THE SEAHORSE GRILL and ROBBIES KITCHEN. Specializing in fresh seafood, steaks, pastas, local Jamaican favourites and world class, gobal cuisine with a twist of west indian flare. Combine this simply great food with the casual elegant ambiance of both restaurants and you have an experience you won't soon forget!!!
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