Hawaiian (pidgin english) for flip-flops, zories, etc.
Hey, no take my rubbah slippah.
by Sailor September 23, 2003
Rubber slippers, japanese-introduced slippers which are the common footwear of Hawaiian locals. They are attached to the feet by a strap which goes between the big toe and the second toe and to the sides of the slipper.
Ey brah wea my rubbah slippah stay?
by kanakaman January 18, 2004
Local Hawaiian version of "camel toe".
Like when you are wearing socks and wearing rubbah slippahs..look at your socks and you'll see what it means.
by japfarm September 18, 2007
pidgin for cheap, rubber thong sandals (rubber slippers). every hawaiian local knows 101 ways to fix their broken slippah: 50 with tape, 50 with glue, and 50 with a stick to poke the strap back in the hole. every hawaiian local owns 2 or more pairs. at least one of them is "dah bus' up kine" and the others are "dah ok kine"

rubbah slippahs were brought to hawaii as a cheap way for the japanese and filipino plantation workers to have shoes.
1) Ey braddah, my rubbah slippahs wen' go bus' up. han' me dat steeke.

2)Brah! don' tell me u try wear dah bus' up kine slippah to jur cuz's wedding! put on dah good kine fo' dat brah!
by who the fuck knows? January 26, 2006