Author V’s New Book Translates the Language of the Bayonnee People

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Second edition book chronicles a dialect that is raunchy, rude and vulgar to the core.

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A little known town, just outside of Manhattan, nestled within the boroughs of New York, Bayonne has an eclectic bunch of folk, and these people are the residents of Bayonne, known as the Bayonitte. These people are said to be fun loving and big hearted creatures. They are a cast of characters, a multicultural population of ethnic backgrounds, religions and freak shows.

Bayonnease 201: 2nd Edition Jersey Shore Chronicles written by author V. chronicles America’s full frontal language book that maybe considered as raunchy, rude and vulgar to the core. Simply put, this book is all about talking the Bayonnease language which is typical for those who visited the borough of Bayonne, N.J.

This book shares the language of Bayonne which is Bayonnease. Readers may find that the words contained within these pages much like many words that have been associated with the typical language of the modern day New Yorker, proves that Bayonne is, in fact, the lost 6th borough of New York. Their dialect may be considered Soprano-esque, so readers should expect to encounter shock and awe in this translation of a full frontal language.

Bayonnease 201: 2nd Edition Jersey Shore Chronicles serves to guide readers with a good dose of the uniquely Bayonnease language. Those who will read this book must proceed with caution as they may find it gibberish but with a little bit of a sense of humor, it is definitely an entertaining read.

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Bayonnease 201: 2nd Edition Jersey Shore Chronicles * by V.
Second Edition: The Jersey Shore Chronicles
Publication Date: August 12, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 108 pages; 978-1-4836-6039-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 108 pages; 978-1-4836-6040-0
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-6041-7

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