In life people got to dream and everybody has a dream. Some dreams does frighten you—that is nightmare; some does mek you wake up happy—that is when you get wet dreams; and some does haunt you. That is when you thief people thing and you conscience pricking and depriving yuh of yuh night rest. You can’t sleep. And dem boys ain’t talking ‘bout de ordinary thief man who does snatch chain, jump in people yard and carry dem draws from dem clothes line. Dem does sleep more sound than a baby and don’t even get a dream.
Some of dem who can’t sleep and got to count sheep whole night is Brassington, Jagdeo and Ashni.
Dem boys at de Waterfalls paper does sleep and dream like water baby when de night come. That is how dem dream that dem same three sheep counters dead on Christmas Eve and were met by Saint Peter at the pearly gates.
Peter tell dem that if all you want pass in to Heaven ‘You must got something to do wid Christmas pun you.
Peter didn’t know de level of scampishness wid dem three.
Ashni fumbled through his pockets and sift out couple wad of money and a lighter. He try fuh bribe Peter, but Peter seh “nah.” Then he flick de lighter and seh ‘It represents a candle’.
‘You may pass through the pearly gates,’ Saint Peter said.
Jagdeo watch Brassington as he push he hand in he pocket and pull out a big bunch of keys wha he carry wid he from de Marriott. He shook them and said, ‘These are jingle bells.’
Saint Peter said, ‘You may pass through the pearly gates’.
Jagdeo started fuh search desperately in he pockets and couldn’t find nutten. After he didn’t feel nutten, he pull out all he pocket and finally see a pair of panties.
St. Peter looked at him with a raised eyebrow and asked, ‘And just what do those symbolize?’
“Is me own. I name Carol and these are Carols—Christmas Carols.”
Talk half and sing ‘Jingle Bells, Carol panty smells.’
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