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Polynesian dating customs

Almost every islander you come across is able to drink you under the table. You know someone loves you when they know your Zippy’s order and surprise you with it.Zippy’s is a fast food staple in Hawaii, especially on Oahu where it’s got more than 20 locations.Depending on which danger zone a house is located in it can get pretty pricy.

While it may be difficult to take a true vacation, locals have perfected other ways of having a good time and they’ve gotten really good at throwing parties.Most days, people on Hawaii have no problem going without nice slacks or dress shoes, some days don’t even require a shirt.The one thing you do have to spend money on is a great pair of slippers to wear to the beach.Practically everyone living in Hawaii knows how to surf, but with so many beaches and such awesome weather that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise.So, if you’re dating someone on the islands, there’s a good chance they’ll be more than happy to give you a few tips.

Everyone looks like they should be modeling the latest swimsuit in a magazine ad, but that would require leaving the island, something they’ll never do.

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Some of the unusual magic traditions of Polynesia were also noticed by the ethnologists working in the area. In New Guinea and Fiji the custom prevailed of cutting off a finger joint in mourning a dead relative, as did the bushmen of South Africa. They firmly believed in mermaids, tailed men, and dwarfs. One group of natives. 
03-Oct-2018 22:24
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In the Pacific, the leaders of this new approach to oceanic exploration criss-crossed the ocean, finding and mapping the locations of islands, cataloguing the plants and animals found there, and investigating the islanders, their language, and customs. Only then was the true extent of Polynesia realized, and was credence. 
03-Oct-2018 22:28
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Culture. Tahitians describe their laid-back culture as 'aita pea pea,' an expression meaning 'not to worry' in English. Many Tahitian traditions and oral legends date back to their Maohi ancestors, including the bamboo huts built with pandanus roofs they still live in and the colorful pareus they still wear. The bustling Papeete. 
03-Oct-2018 22:31
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