Ghanaian Slangs Mistaken for Other Slangs


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Up until social media made its way into the world of communication and entertainment, us as Ghanaians did not realize that a number of our slangs were actually similar in spelling and/or pronunciation to other non-Ghanaian slangs. There have been some confusing moments on social media where non-Ghanaians thought we were referring to a different situation. To clear up these hilarious confusing situations, we discuss five (5) Ghanaian slangs (with their comparisons) that are often mistaken for other slangs. The team: Wendy, Jeff, Peaches, Eamy and Cobbie. Music by: Jeff (also known as Niney) Title: Chiiild (On SoundCloud) This episode is based off our blog post on WordPress, Five (5) Ghanaian slangs that get mistaken for other slangs. Read blog here: We're available on all popular podcast streaming platforms. Let's get slanging! --- Send in a voice message:

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