A young Jamaican yute, Errol, asks his step-dad for some help. He says, '
Dad, can you tell me the difference between potential and reality?'
His step-father looks up thoughtfully, and says, 'Mek mi show yuh. Go ask your mother if she
would sleep with Beres Hammond for one million dollars.
Next, ask your sister if she would sleep with Beres Hammond for one million dollars. Then go ask your brother
if him would sleep with Beres Hammond for one million dollars. Then come back and tell me what you find out.'
The yute is puzzled, but he decides to see if he can figure out what his stepfather means.
He asks his mother, 'Mammy if someone gave you a million dollars would you sleep with Beres Hammond?'
His mother looks around slyly, and then with a little smile on her face says, 'Don't tell yuh poopah, but yes, I would.'
Then he goes to his sisters room and asks her,'Sis, if someone gave you a million dollars, would you sleep with
Beres Hammond?' His sister looks up and says,
'Cho! Him kinda old still but with the amount a clothes I could buy
definitely I would give him a grine!'
Then he goes to his brother's room and asks him, 'Eh yow, if someone gave you a million dollars,
would you sleep with Beres Hammond?' His brother thinks about it for a minute and says,
'Fyah bun fi dem ting deh but fi a million bucks, I suppose I would. Just one time though'.
Errol goes back to his stepfather and says, 'Poopah I believe that I figure it out.
Potentially, we are sitting on three million dollars, but in reality, we are living with two skettels and one battyman.'
A Rasta and his Empress are in court getting a divorce. The problem was, who should get custody of the child?
The Empress jumped up and said, "Your Honor. I brought the child into this world with pain and labor. She should be in my custody"
The judge turns to the dread and says, "What do you have to say in the matter?"
The Rasta sat for a while contemplating ... then slowly rose and said, "Yow ... your Honour, If I and I put a dollar in a vending machine and a Pepsi come out, a who fa Pepsi ... 'I and I' or the machine?