The Shaka is re-slanging the term, "The Shocker." It is when the two first fingers are placed in the vagina, while the pinky finger is placed in the anus. The ring finger is tucked away during this process.

Obviously, the term was coined because the broad gets shocked when she catches one in the butt as well as the vag.
"So I pulled off her undie wundies and put two in the pink, and one in the stink.."
"Oh damn!! you gave her the shocker?!"
"Hellz yeah brotha, hellz yeah."
by danny$$taylor November 27, 2004
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Derivative of The Shocker in which the previously excluded ring finger is used purposefully and joyously by at least one of the sexual partners.
The thumb is to be pressed tightly to the outside of the index finger whilst inserted into the honey pot. Simultaneously, the middle, ring and pinkey finger are to be inserted into the dark knot (the good Lord willing).
First seen displayed publicly at the University of Illinois/Urbana Champaign as a show of support in the pursuit of Shaka Smart as new men's basketball coach.

I'll see your stinker Witchita, an raise you two!

Bet your sweet little asses it Smarts ladies*!!!

*May not hold true to women hailing from Michigan...
Mixed it up a li'l last night an threw the shaka at the girlfriend!

Sweet! Good times?

HELL YEAH! Li'l nervous this morning though... I can't find my wedding ring!

Shaka Zulu! That's why I went with the tattoo!
by Randle P. March 20, 2012
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to make sweet sweet love to a woman while looking totally adorable
wow, look at that totally cool stud pulling off a shaka
by Anonymous March 23, 2003
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Hawaiian hand gesture. It has many meanings. Originally it means to "hang loose", or to chill and be laid back. It can be used as a positive reinforcement. If somebody did something good, cool, or righteous; You can give them a shaka as a sign of approval or praise. It can also be used as a welcome/goodbye sign. Most people would give the shaka as a sign of wassup or hello, use it as a way of saying goodbye, and even use it as a thank you.

To make a shaka:
1. make a fist (not a tight fist)
2. extend both your pinky and your thumb.
3. lightly shake your hand (too fast makes you like retarded or like a tourist, and too slow make you look stupid.)
4. If you don't want to do the shake, you are also able to do the "I'm tuff" motion. In a downward motion, move your hand. Giving a kind of downward wrist flick at the end. It gives you a more "i'm bad look". It's mainly used by old school Local boyz.
by darren December 22, 2003
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Originated in Hawaii-

Our great great grandfather Hamana Kalili invented it.

It all started with a bang. One afternoon he was down at Kane'ohe Bay tinkering with his fishing boat, as he often did. When the daily drizzle rolled in, he began to wrap up his project in a hurry and crossed two wires that should never have been crossed…BOOM! Old Grand-pappy blew his three middle fingers clear off—on both hands.

Once the smoked cleared, he hollered out, “Oooeee! That was quite a shaka. But, no worries, at least I still have my thumbs and pinkies.”

Soon after, Grand-pappy became a living legend for truly embodying the Aloha Spirit: Everything is gonna be alright, no matter what.

When locals passed him on the beach, they’d wave a friendly hello. Grand-pappy would smile and wave back—with only his thumb and pinky, of course. The locals soon followed suit and the shaka gesture was born.

So, whether you’re shacked in a deep barrel on a double overhead day at Trestles, or cruisin’ down PCH in your 1973 VW bus, be sure to flash a friendly shaka to your fellow Shaka People…and remember our great great grand-pappy Hamana.
To make a shaka:

1. make a fist (not a tight fist)

2. extend both your pinky and your thumb.

3. lightly shake your hand

Remember-only bust out the shaka when you are super stoked!
by Shaka-People July 14, 2013
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