Friday, June 29, 2007

Friday

It's Aloha Friday!

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Ainokea (pronounced I no Kay uh) is pidgin for I No Care, or I don't care.

As in:
1: You gonna be in big trouble, brah.
2: Ainokea, I do what I like.

Here are some ways to add Ainokea to your life:

It seems a little chilly to go to the pool today, doncha think? Ainokea, we're going anyway.

I don't want to clean my room! Ainokea, get up there and clean it up!

I don't like Taco Bell, I want chicken nuggets. Ainokea, I need a bean burrito no onions.

I wanna go play with my friends. Ainokea - no playing until you get that room cleaned up.

Mom, those are mom jeans, ew! Ainokea, they are comfy.

Can I have a bowl of cereal? Ainokea, I gotta work here on my blog, get whatever you need.



Interested in an Ainokea sticker for your truck?
or your own pair of Ainokea flipflops?
or my favorite, an Ainokea bikini?
Click here, or don't,
Ainokea...

20 comments:

Deanne said...

That's funny, 'ainokea'! So, tell me, are these words that your kids come home using? And are you picking up and using the lingo too?

wendy said...

deanne - not so much. I just like to pretend like I'm cool like that on my blog. sorry if that disappoints you!

Toni said...

Ok- this is my favorite by far! Have a great weekend- I will be working on my ark!

Amanda said...

What a great word! I just might have to adopt that into my vocabulary!

Anonymous said...

Do you really sell those cute shark towels? I'm interested in 2? What other hooded towels do you make/sell?

Stephanie/Colorado

wendy said...

Hi Stephanie,
Thanks for stopping by!

My standard towels are sharks, ducks, ladybugs, and bunnies.

I have also done some special orders - pink sharks, green dinosaur, purple cat, and fish and sharks out of larger beach towels. Once I even made a patriotic hooded towel with a striped towel and a star hood.

You can email me if you are interested in purchasing or if you have any more questions:
wbarrm@yahoo.com

wendy said...

Stephanie - I meant to add that I also make them for babies - a regular hooded towel, not a poncho.

Mary said...

That's awesome! I'm going to start channeling ainokea in my life. I could use a little of that zen-like attitude :)

Erin said...

cute towel! i love those towels... you should make one for my coming baby...just an idea! love you!

Tori :) said...

I think it shall be my new word. Ainokea if people don't like my blog. Wendy likes it.

Butterfly Wife said...

I love it! :D

Anonymous said...

I'll email ya!

Stephanie/Colorado

Sketchy said...

Now this could be useful in my everyday life!

Anna said...

So hilarious Wendy. YOur blog is so fun. Got your message last night, I will give you a ring. I was putting the boys to bed when you called, and was too tired to call you back!

No Cool Story said...

This is why I love Aloha Friday :)

Annie said...

Aloha Friday is the best!

Carrot Jello said...

So, if you speak pigeon, do you also have to follow people around and pester them for food?

Thoroughly Mormon Millie said...

:: cooing like a pigeon ::

I love Hawaii. We had a lady at Activity Day camp teach us about the differences in the Island races - Tahitian, Hawaiian, Samoan, etc - it was so interesting. I could have stayed there and watched her dance all day. It inspired me to sew muumuus but I haven't done it yet.

Butterfly Wife said...

OK. I sent my friend from Hawaii over here to see this very funny post (which she loved by the way). But I hadn't thought about your Wahine linkies. She found me out!! Hmmm.

Anyway, I'm working Ainokea into my conversations with her!

muse said...

Is that the hawaiin for "mellow"