Originating from the Hawaiian hand gesture and meaning “hang loose,” it is used as "goodbye, talk to you soon" in the San Diego suburb of Cardiff by the Sea, typically by Plumerians. Sometimes it’s used as a thank you, but that’s a stretch.
1. make a fist.
2. extend both your pinky and your thumb.
3. lightly rock your pinky and thumb back and forth.
4. say, “shaka
til we talka” in a Matthew Maconahay inspired (read: stoned) voice.
This pickle-and-spit fruit smoothie is delicious. Shaka til we talka.