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13.
For white geeks who are in Kenya the first
time and they think it makes them "fit in"
if they put on a Hakuna matata t shirt and so
they won't get mugged by the Kenyans as they profess there are no worries - but are really scared inside waiting to get robbed!


Matt:Man i was in Kenya and i didn't get robbed!
How come?
Jack:I said the magic words to all I met-hakuna matata!
Jason meets some Kenyans and he's just from the forex bureau and says: hakuna matata.Hakuna matata as he runs away while they chase him for his money.
by Pe ter August 07, 2008
 
1.
"Hakuna Matata; what a wonderfull phrase.
Hakuna Matata; It aint no passing craze.

It means no worries, for the rest of your days.

Its our problem free, philosophy...

HAKUNA MATATA!"
I quote "The Lion King" a Walt Disney production.
by Dave! February 21, 2004
 
2.
"Hakuna Matata" means "No Worries" in Swahili Language.
- Man, you just ran over a grandmomma!
- Hakuna Matata.
by REX since 1982 November 28, 2005
 
3.
Hakuna matata is wonderfully phrased, problem-free phiolosophy which means "no worries, for the rest of your days." (Disney's Lion King)

In Swahili, it means "no worries" or "here-there-are-no concerns." Yes, it wasn't invented for Lion King...
"Hakuna Matata!"
"Hakuna Matata?"
"Yeah. It's our motto!"
by TheSloth August 10, 2006
 
4.
No worries. Not to worry.
It's our problem free, Philosophy, hakuna matata.
by joyjoyjoyjordanjordie July 23, 2010
 
5.
meanz nO wOrriez, fOr the rest of ur dayz
hakunamatat, what a wOnderful phrase
by m ! n $ t 3 r April 03, 2003
 
6.
Hakuna Matata is a Swahili phrase that can be translated literally as "Ah, fuck it"
Had a bad day? Hakuna Matata.

Or as we say in America: fuck it.
by conworker May 03, 2012
 
7.
noun meaning "No worries for the rest of your days"

Philosophy loosely based on being a hippie.

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Movie: The Lion King
Characters: Timon and Pumbaa

Music by Elton John, lyrics by Tim Rice
Performed by Max Casella, Tom Allan Robbins, Scott Irby-Ranniar, and Jason Raize

*/
Hey, hakuna matata, everything is gonna be alright.
by a.c December 11, 2003