Ten Great Things About Being A Jamaican

I am a Jamaican

I am a Jamaican

Shin_Lovelife pays homage to the 52nd Jamaican Independence Day (6th August 2014) by listing Ten Great Things About Being A Jamaican. 

1. Our ability to be happy and have fun with little. Wi nah need money fi happy.

2. Our Food

http://the-sweet-life-ja.tumblr.com

the-sweet-life-ja.tumblr.com

http://ampliphycation.tumblr.com

ampliphycation.tumblr.com

3. Our Music

 

http://www.tumblr.com/myjamaica

tumblr.com/myjamaica

 4. Speaking Patois

5. Sport

Asafa Powell

Asafa Powell

Yohan Blake

Yohan Blake

Usaian Bolt

Usaian Bolt

To di world

JA Athletics Women team

I am a Jamaican

6. Our Country – Sun, Sand & Sea

Jamaica beach

7. Our history

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tumblr.com/foolishliesofgrowingold

http://www.tumblr.com/blackhistoryseries

tumblr.com/blackhistoryseries

8. People are inspired by us – because we are cool

9. Our Dances

Ja dances

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Ja Dancing

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10.  Our Swag

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rawrr-enigma.tumblr.com/

I am a Jamaican

I am a Jamaican

Let me know what else is great about being a Jamaican or what you like about Jamaicans to us @rifemag

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