|—||Corrie ten Boom (via biblesandtea)|
Out ah (pronounced Oww-tah)
Meaning 1: Out of
Example: Koom out ah mi face.
Translation: Come/get out of my face.
N.B. “Out ah” is frequently used when listing options or making comparisons e.g. “out ah axtail ar muttn which wan yuh feel fah? In other words, would you rather oxtail or curried mutton.
nothing says spring better than a jumpsuit and sandals.
Senait photographed by Andrew Vowles for Under the Influence Magazine Spring/Summer 2014