Hawaii's a pretty cool place, if you like Asians and Quicksilver. It's funny, though, because basically everyone here is Japanese. Or at least part Japanese. Everyone is about 195701976 ethnicities, so there isn't much racial discrimination. Except against haoles. Which means white person. We're kind of backwards like that. In Hawaii, you gotta speak pidgen English.
Guy 1: Ho braddah cuz, you when see dat wahine wid da nice kine booty?
Guy 2: What?
Guy 1: What, brah, you no like dat kine? What wrong wit you, cuz? You mahu? Ho, braddah Kamu, dis boy rite here stay mahu!
Guy 2: ...Get away from me.
by PistolVirgin June 4, 2005
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its like florida, but more beautiful and with less old people; a tropical paradise with kind people (although native hawaiians are a minority in their own land), beautiful scenary (oceans/rainforests/volcanoes), and great weather
by StatesDude April 4, 2004
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The 50th state. The only state with an anthem in a native language, the only state completely composed of islands, and the only state that has good poplulation ratios. It is not the only state that was overrun by invaders though.
Hawaii was true paradise until Captain Cook arrived.
by mike o October 23, 2003
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The end result of a huge bowel movement. Like the island of Hawaii, it has built up from the bottom of the toilet bowl to crest above the water, creating an island of poop.
After eating those killer nachos, I laid some mad heat in the toilet and I totally hawaii'd.
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Norwegian slang for "without a care in the world".
The sun was shining, the birds were chirping, and everyone was hawaii.
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Hawaii, aka Tahiti but more Asian (seriously, like everyone here is Asian or part Asian).

All jokes aside, it’s a very nice place. People here are generally friendly (with the exception of Waianae) and the culture is very diverse. If you’re going to visit the islands, then make sure to respect local customs and have fun.

It is important to point out that Hawaii isn’t a perfect paradise. There are many issues such as the homeless population and high cost of living. There’s also a lot of tensions between Native Hawaiian activists and the state government. Be careful when bringing up a sensitive issue.

Also, not a lot of people speak Hawaiian anymore, so don’t worry about having to learn a different language. However, I would recommend learning Hawaiian pronunciation since many of the place names are in Hawaiian. For example, “Likelike” is pronounced “lee-keh-lee-keh”, not “like-like”.
Hawaii is a nice place, although it has issues. Mahalo nui loa for reading this definition. A hui hou!
by kmgk August 24, 2020
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