Since: Apr 12

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#1419 Feb 7, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
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LMFAO! hilarious! Can you tell me more about Fiji and it's culture? I would like to know more about Fiji and Tongans.
Fiji's past was a dark one. Even today, most of what happened in the past is still a mystery. It was a divided land, whose borders were drawn by rivers of blood. Fijians were once known to be the most ruthless people in the pacific realm, ferocious warriors and a dangerous people to come into contact with. Giants were said to have warred with each other in Fiji. It is where gods were said to have been slain by mere man, and where demons fought alongside warriors. A very dark world. In Fijian those days were called,'gauna ni tevoro'...the time of the devil. A chiefs house is said to be equivalent to the height of a 4 storey building, and canoes that were equal to none at that time.
http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx...
A place where Afro hair was seen as holy and held in great regard. Missionaries were brutally murdered and eaten just for touching the fro. Hahaha. The whole of Polynesia knew about Fijians, and Fijians knew nothing about their existence lol. When a Fijian straggler strays from Fiji, he makes history in wherever in Polynesia he goes. It was said that a Samoan chief was hunted down all the way to Hawaii by furious Fijian men.
Fiji is a very dark place.

Tonga on the other hand was Fiji's closest friend and ally. It was as if they were just one of the kingdoms of Fiji warring around as usual. Tonga as a people were united and had brilliant kings that knew how to rule its people. They scaled heights that has become a sense of pride even for Fijians, because we were mingling very heavily. This is the two most active places in the past in terms of civilization and human activity.

Samoa..........lol

But today, we Fijians are the friendliest people on the face of the earth, ironically. lol. A humble and quiet people. A Fijian wouldn't think twice about taking the shirt of his back just to help a stranger. We love everyone, Indians are loved aswell, but not as much as the rest of humanity hahaha.

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1420 Feb 7, 2013
Poly KING wrote:
<quoted text>yea... they are looking for anything... And even in the complexion department, they lose again... Cuz Europeans, Persians, Asians/Orientals are still lighter skinned then them and much more slimmer with human noses... i just don't understand how a whole race ended up such flat lopsided noses? It's like two donuts mushed together on their fat faces...
Oh well, they brown and black, obese, they ugly, and they broke... LOL
Check this video out of the common average look of the true authentic Samoan. Note how they are all brown to black and well, bless their hearts, aren't all that, LOL. So I don't understand where they get the notion that they are light skinned. Is it that they are just dying to have some kind of reason of a false worth or pride.:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =DGE0Pk_yOJkXX
lol stop hating jonah lomus nose lol.. But dont b ashame that half of tongans resemble fijians.. Lol.. U keep going on about white man skin color.. Im talkin bout brown skin.. Nicca.. Which u tongans dont have.. Whats wrong to look like james lebron

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1421 Feb 7, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
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Lol gal you're posting stuff that is happening in modern day's after European contact. in 1 country I mind you lol typically nomadic tribes usually practice witchcraft not cannibalism.
eating people.. Was never döne in samoa or human scarfices.. The white man only knew this happen through.. Samoan oral history.. But the practice of eating people is still alive in congo and ppng.. It as bad as tongans eating dogs 4 breakfast

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1422 Feb 7, 2013
bejacopt wrote:
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Greeting Samoan Irish.
Listen cannibal there are many Samoan gangs in Long Beach California, i would think you give up your uncivilize barbaric village ways once you come to the west, but obviously you did not. Then again, Once a cannibal is always a cannibal. Whereas my people come to places such as the states, and Australia, and being outstanding citizens, due to the fact we come from a superior stock. It is what it is.
no i asked u gangs in samoa.. Or civil war.. Or u too blind to see and hear riots in haiti to la.. The killings in rawanda or the eating of people in congo and libera.. The starvatiön in somalia.. Lol wheres ur proof of primitive thoughts.. When earlier writings of samoans said.. We were the most christan in manner.. Thou we were pagans

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1423 Feb 7, 2013
KavaFarmer wrote:
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Fiji's past was a dark one. Even today, most of what happened in the past is still a mystery. It was a divided land, whose borders were drawn by rivers of blood. Fijians were once known to be the most ruthless people in the pacific realm, ferocious warriors and a dangerous people to come into contact with. Giants were said to have warred with each other in Fiji. It is where gods were said to have been slain by mere man, and where demons fought alongside warriors. A very dark world. In Fijian those days were called,'gauna ni tevoro'...the time of the devil. A chiefs house is said to be equivalent to the height of a 4 storey building, and canoes that were equal to none at that time.
http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx...
A place where Afro hair was seen as holy and held in great regard. Missionaries were brutally murdered and eaten just for touching the fro. Hahaha. The whole of Polynesia knew about Fijians, and Fijians knew nothing about their existence lol. When a Fijian straggler strays from Fiji, he makes history in wherever in Polynesia he goes. It was said that a Samoan chief was hunted down all the way to Hawaii by furious Fijian men.
Fiji is a very dark place.
Tonga on the other hand was Fiji's closest friend and ally. It was as if they were just one of the kingdoms of Fiji warring around as usual. Tonga as a people were united and had brilliant kings that knew how to rule its people. They scaled heights that has become a sense of pride even for Fijians, because we were mingling very heavily. This is the two most active places in the past in terms of civilization and human activity.
Samoa..........lol
But today, we Fijians are the friendliest people on the face of the earth, ironically. lol. A humble and quiet people. A Fijian wouldn't think twice about taking the shirt of his back just to help a stranger. We love everyone, Indians are loved aswell, but not as much as the rest of humanity hahaha.
lol unlike samoans.. We had no gods.. Like the jews god was in everything.. The motto of samoa remains the same.. U cant b a samoan if u dont believe in god.. In fact.. The golden key of samoa was the same as jesus.. The belief system was so simalar.. In 1 day.. We became christans..

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#1424 Feb 7, 2013
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>lol unlike samoans.. We had no gods.. Like the jews god was in everything.. The motto of samoa remains the same.. U cant b a samoan if u dont believe in god.. In fact.. The golden key of samoa was the same as jesus.. The belief system was so simalar.. In 1 day.. We became christans..
One day was all it took... It was that easy, Samoans were ready to be taken down at anytime, anywhere, anyhow, by anybody and anything! Lmao. A strong contrast of feminine culture amongst some of the worlds most masculine societies. No wonder youse were easy, you had fafas (homosexuals) for warriors lol.

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1425 Feb 7, 2013
So far we have fiji tonga, aa, ping pong the black indian.. and a somali on this thread.. If we get a abbo and a bantu.. U fellas could form a united negro leauge.. Lol..
Sasa

Australia

#1426 Feb 7, 2013
KavaFarmer wrote:
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One day was all it took... It was that easy, Samoans were ready to be taken down at anytime, anywhere, anyhow, by anybody and anything! Lmao. A strong contrast of feminine culture amongst some of the worlds most masculine societies. No wonder youse were easy, you had fafas (homosexuals) for warriors lol.
haha....se kava, you are forgiven , and i accept your apologies ...thank u thank u bula , just a question , I'm going Fiji in August then to Vanuatu then Samoa , where's the best hotels and best beach spots in Fiji , serious please , thank u
plNGPong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#1427 Feb 7, 2013
Sasa wrote:
<quoted text> haha....se kava, you are forgiven , and i accept your apologies ...thank u thank u bula , just a question , I'm going Fiji in August then to Vanuatu then Samoa , where's the best hotels and best beach spots in Fiji , serious please , thank u
Up to you explore the Fiji Islands from top to bottom take the bus there are also Samaon clans in fiji 500 islands and more to explore.
Sasa

Australia

#1428 Feb 7, 2013
plNGPong wrote:
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Up to you explore the Fiji Islands from top to bottom take the bus there are also Samaon clans in fiji 500 islands and more to explore.
are you telling me the truth lol...sole ia faafetai lava , you not the bus driver are u lol....ok il check online anyway
plNGPong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#1429 Feb 7, 2013
Sasa wrote:
<quoted text> are you telling me the truth lol...sole ia faafetai lava , you not the bus driver are u lol....ok il check online anyway
You go and see for self there is 3 city in the big island explore abit. That's think with you samoan travel a bit.
Come visit my other home new celadina.
plNGPong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#1430 Feb 7, 2013
Sasa wrote:
<quoted text> are you telling me the truth lol...sole ia faafetai lava , you not the bus driver are u lol....ok il check online anyway
Mate take your ass of the airport with some clothes go swimming there 8s bitiches every were. And go island hoping.
plNGPong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#1431 Feb 7, 2013
Sasa wrote:
<quoted text> are you telling me the truth lol...sole ia faafetai lava , you not the bus driver are u lol....ok il check online anyway
Come to my town savusavu we have hot springs there.
plNGPong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#1432 Feb 7, 2013
Sasa wrote:
<quoted text> are you telling me the truth lol...sole ia faafetai lava , you not the bus driver are u lol....ok il check online anyway
When you go fiji act like a local don't act palagi just like when you go to samoa. Fijian only know samoa from apia thats all they don't know anything esle if you say Samaon they think your a student from usp lol.
Sasa

Australia

#1433 Feb 7, 2013
plNGPong wrote:
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When you go fiji act like a local don't act palagi just like when you go to samoa. Fijian only know samoa from apia thats all they don't know anything esle if you say Samaon they think your a student from usp lol.
hahaha....don't worry won't
Sasa

Australia

#1434 Feb 7, 2013
plNGPong wrote:
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Mate take your ass of the airport with some clothes go swimming there 8s bitiches every were. And go island hoping.
lol...my wifey will kipi my polo lol....no worries but i will have to blind fold myself to avoid those temptations
Sasa

Australia

#1435 Feb 7, 2013
plNGPong wrote:
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You go and see for self there is 3 city in the big island explore abit. That's think with you samoan travel a bit.
Come visit my other home new celadina.
sole...u setting me up for an ambush lol....swt then August I'm there il hola out to ya when time gets near
bejacopt

Los Angeles, CA

#1436 Feb 7, 2013
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>no i asked u gangs in samoa.. Or civil war.. Or u too blind to see and hear riots in haiti to la.. The killings in rawanda or the eating of people in congo and libera.. The starvatiön in somalia.. Lol wheres ur proof of primitive thoughts.. When earlier writings of samoans said.. We were the most christan in manner.. Thou we were pagans
The point of the matter is your people have not really accomplish or contributed much to humanity. Which is a absolute fact. As far as the Congo, Liberia, Haiti, or AA i really don't know what is going on there, because i am not from that part of Africa nor those ethnicities. Needless to say, i am from the nile valley region Egypt and North Sudan, and many of my people told me how much trouble your people get into in places such as New Zealand and Australia. You don't see people from Egypt forming gangs or getting into gang activity, it is quite the opposite when we live in those countries.

Your people cannot create works of art such as this.

http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highligh...

Which was child play for my people you primitive savage. Your people are only fit enough for slavery. You are lucky that the whites got to you first. LOL consider it your fortune.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#1437 Feb 7, 2013
bejacopt wrote:
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The point of the matter is your people have not really accomplish or contributed much to humanity. Which is a absolute fact. As far as the Congo, Liberia, Haiti, or AA i really don't know what is going on there, because i am not from that part of Africa nor those ethnicities. Needless to say, i am from the nile valley region Egypt and North Sudan, and many of my people told me how much trouble your people get into in places such as New Zealand and Australia. You don't see people from Egypt forming gangs or getting into gang activity, it is quite the opposite when we live in those countries.
Your people cannot create works of art such as this.
http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highligh...
Which was child play for my people you primitive savage. Your people are only fit enough for slavery. You are lucky that the whites got to you first. LOL consider it your fortune.
And you are lucky your white father saved your mother's pimpin ass from the Apia seawall to have you. Just be thankful lol.

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1438 Feb 7, 2013
bejacopt wrote:
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The point of the matter is your people have not really accomplish or contributed much to humanity. Which is a absolute fact. As far as the Congo, Liberia, Haiti, or AA i really don't know what is going on there, because i am not from that part of Africa nor those ethnicities. Needless to say, i am from the nile valley region Egypt and North Sudan, and many of my people told me how much trouble your people get into in places such as New Zealand and Australia. You don't see people from Egypt forming gangs or getting into gang activity, it is quite the opposite when we live in those countries.
Your people cannot create works of art such as this.
http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highligh...
Which was child play for my people you primitive savage. Your people are only fit enough for slavery. You are lucky that the whites got to you first. LOL consider it your fortune.
no beja copt.. Stay on subject.. A primitive or savage would also mean a lawless society.. Which is the oppisite from samoa.. Ur right.. If samoa did have any impact on american society.. Guess what.. There b no gangs.. Why cause in samoa the cops dont deal with lawless behaviour.. The chiefs do.. So u have to show in the past what whites said how samoans soicety was like.. Guess what no different today.. The beauty of christanity.. Was it unified the waring clans.. Thats all..

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