Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#1858 Feb 15, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
<quoted text>
LMFAO Greeks? LMFAO Greeks?
LOL you mean the people that created the great Greek civilization? LOL I doubt it.
He's gone to lala land on this one

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#1859 Feb 15, 2013
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>nope dont twist the meaning.. White settlers compared polynesians to greeks aka maoris.. Etc.. Easter islanders..
Sole, did you take your medication?

“esa hembra es mala”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#1860 Feb 15, 2013
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>lol.. Who the primitive know.. Ha ha ha ha.. Lol
lol you.

“esa hembra es mala”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#1861 Feb 15, 2013
KavaFarmer wrote:
<quoted text>
He's gone to lala land on this one
lol yes true.

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1865 Feb 15, 2013
KavaFarmer wrote:
<quoted text>
Maoris are afatasi Fitis HAHAHA
my goodness u fitis r dumb.. U have to b black.. Try and act intelligent.. Look up.. Ideas of moari origin.. And see how they in the 19 century thought maoris was ayran race.. Since u r a primitive.. The word melanesia in english means black islands.. Why whites call fiti that

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1866 Feb 15, 2013
Beer Belly Bob wrote:
<quoted text>They were scared you might eat them so they tried to be nice.
true story in congo and ppng still eat people 2013.. Found any stories among samoans.. Or u talkin in the time.. We travelled the south seas.. While u africans still sticking plates in ur mouths.. Lol

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#1867 Feb 15, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
<quoted text>
lol yes true.
id b shocked if u ever take the time to read.. Ideas of maori origin.. U see how whites.. Not moaris thought they r an ayran race.. What about aa..

“esa hembra es mala”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#1868 Feb 15, 2013
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>my goodness u fitis r dumb.. U have to b black.. Try and act intelligent.. Look up.. Ideas of moari origin.. And see how they in the 19 century thought maoris was ayran race.. Since u r a primitive.. The word melanesia in english means black islands.. Why whites call fiti that
LOL a stone age dweller calling someone d*mb and primitive???
plNGPong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#1869 Feb 15, 2013
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>my goodness u fitis r dumb.. U have to b black.. Try and act intelligent.. Look up.. Ideas of moari origin.. And see how they in the 19 century thought maoris was ayran race.. Since u r a primitive.. The word melanesia in english means black islands.. Why whites call fiti that
Ofc we in melnesia but the fijian empire is western polynesian and parts of Micronesia kairibati people are fijian so are some parts of samoa Ahahahaha tongan is a province of fiji a mini Kingdom of the lau province bow down to the tongafisi slave.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#1870 Feb 15, 2013
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>my goodness u fitis r dumb.. U have to b black.. Try and act intelligent.. Look up.. Ideas of moari origin.. And see how they in the 19 century thought maoris was ayran race.. Since u r a primitive.. The word melanesia in english means black islands.. Why whites call fiti that
What are you on about? My gf is a maori!
http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-...
Read!
Now give me a link and prove something!

“esa hembra es mala”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#1871 Feb 15, 2013
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>id b shocked if u ever take the time to read.. Ideas of maori origin.. U see how whites.. Not moaris thought they r an ayran race.. What about aa..
LOL Whites never ever believed that you were White. What about AA? I never claim whites thought AA were white LMFAO!

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#1872 Feb 15, 2013
Here, I'll even help you read it numb nuts! Northern Maori's are mixed Fijians.

In volume 26 of the Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, Dr. J. H. Scott has a paper on the osteology of the Maori and Moriori. It contains some interesting data based on the measurements of a series of eighty-three Maori skulls, obtained from different localities in the two Islands. He remarks:“We know the Maoris to be a mixed race, the result of the mingling of a Polynesian and a Melanesian strain. The crania already examined leave no room for doubt on this point.” He also shows the average or typical Maori skull to be at the lower limit of the mesaticephalic group. Forty-three per cent. of the skulls examined were dolichocephalic. In conclusion he remarks:“If any further proof were needed of the mixed origin of the Maori race it is given in this paper. An examination of the cranial indices and of the extent of their variation shows this clearly. These demonstrate two distinct types and intermediate page 4 forms. At the one extreme we have skulls approaching the Melanesian form as met with in the Fiji Group—long and narrow, high in proportion to their breadth, prognathous, and with wide nasal openings. At the other are skulls of the Polynesian type, such as are common in Tonga and Samoa—shorter and broader, with orthognathous faces. And it must be noted that these extreme forms do not belong to different tribes or districts, but may both be found in one.” In view of our latest information as to the original settling of these isles, a remark by Dr. Scott is of much interest:“The Melanesian characters are therefore more accentuated in the North than amongst the natives of the South Island.
taka

Brisbane, Australia

#1873 Feb 15, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
<quoted text>
LMFAO Greeks? LMFAO Greeks?
LOL you mean the people that created the great Greek civilization? LOL I doubt it.
"...Bougainville was so enchanted by the Venus-like quality of Tahiti's women that he named their island New Cythère -- after the Greek island of Cythera, associated with the goddess Aphrodite (Venus).

Bougainville took back to France a young Tahitian named Ahutoru, who became a sensation in Paris as living proof of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's theory that man was, at his best, a "noble savage." Indeed, Bougainville and Ahutoru contributed mightily to Tahiti's hedonistic image."

http://www.frommers.com/destinations/frenchpo...
taka

Brisbane, Australia

#1874 Feb 15, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL where is the proof?
There's your proof

lolol

“esa hembra es mala”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#1875 Feb 15, 2013
taka wrote:
<quoted text>
"...Bougainville was so enchanted by the Venus-like quality of Tahiti's women that he named their island New Cythère -- after the Greek island of Cythera, associated with the goddess Aphrodite (Venus).
Bougainville took back to France a young Tahitian named Ahutoru, who became a sensation in Paris as living proof of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's theory that man was, at his best, a "noble savage." Indeed, Bougainville and Ahutoru contributed mightily to Tahiti's hedonistic image."
http://www.frommers.com/destinations/frenchpo...
LOL wow now where did it say that Polynesians or Sumoans were similar to the greeks.

That's a stretch coming from people living in the d*mn stone age LOL!
taka

Brisbane, Australia

#1877 Feb 15, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL wow now where did it say that Polynesians or Sumoans were similar to the greeks.
That's a stretch coming from people living in the d*mn stone age LOL!
lolol
Were you reading it properly or were you just brushing it aside like how you brush aside the fact that your people were eating cow shid to keep alive and were/are cannibals??

read it again lolol..this time properly
taka

Brisbane, Australia

#1879 Feb 15, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL wow now where did it say that Polynesians or Sumoans were similar to the greeks.
That's a stretch coming from people living in the d*mn stone age LOL!
I haven't delve in Samoan history much but they were described to be the tallest and most robust they've(Europeans) ever seen.

"Lapérouse then proceeds to describe the physical appearance of Samoan men,‘the tallest and most robustly built we have met’, and how they are ‘painted or tattooed in such a way that one could almost believe they are clothe"

“esa hembra es mala”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#1880 Feb 15, 2013
taka wrote:
<quoted text>
lolol
Were you reading it properly or were you just brushing it aside like how you brush aside the fact that your people were eating cow shid to keep alive and were/are cannibals??
read it again lolol..this time properly
LOL excuse me? But where did it say your people were like the greeks?? LOL nothing came out of those barren Islands back than and even today.

You are getting West African's confused with you stone age dwellers west Africans were never cannibals nor did they eat poop. However your people were made to eat Tongan shid and did practice cannibalism..

“esa hembra es mala”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#1881 Feb 15, 2013
taka wrote:
<quoted text>
I haven't delve in Samoan history much but they were described to be the tallest and most robust they've(Europeans) ever seen.
"Lapérouse then proceeds to describe the physical appearance of Samoan men,‘the tallest and most robustly built we have met’, and how they are ‘painted or tattooed in such a way that one could almost believe they are clothe"
LOL please show me where it described you all to be similar to the greeks! LMFAO! D*mb a$$ id*ts.

“esa hembra es mala”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#1882 Feb 15, 2013
Beer Belly Bob wrote:
<quoted text>But see in your small island mind you cant grasp or understand the diversity of A BILLION people on a continent thats larger than all your islands,America and western Europe combined. When we're talking about such a large area with so many people it's simply absurd to lump them all into one type. Africans are not like Polynesians who are all pretty much related to each other. The difference in genetic dna between Africans is greater than the difference in dna between races even.
But your brain is small because your existence on earth has been limited. You cant help it. You are simply...simple.You people are not important in the whole scheme of humanity. You were not the first of mankind nor were you the most advanced. You have contributed nothing in any way to humanity nor do you have any influence. I'm being very serious here.
As a race of people,Polynesians are insignificant. At least Africans cause a reaction in all other peoples because they cannot be ignored...your people on the other hand can and are.
It's like trying to explain to a 3 year old child the difference between a moon and the galaxy.
LMFAO you're talking to an Id*t and so are many of his people.

Example taka the m0nkey likes to post remote nomadic tribes to prove his point of Africa cannibalism and other weird occurrences and yet historically Africans as a whole never and still don't practice cannibalism..

lol such simple minded individuals can't be taken serious. We have proof that Sumoans were cannibals..

You're right about them being insignificant and blacks being more well known obviously.

how else would they know about comedians like Bernie mac and low grade actresses like Gabriel sidabe aka Precious.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Samoa Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
What polynesian countries have the hottest girl... 4 hr fgsake 11
Why was Samoa called the Navigators Island? (Jan '14) 6 hr koko ngati 16
Why cant Tonga be good at Sevens Rugby??? 8 hr Manusopo44 2
Trying to find the name of an old church song 9 hr Alayna 1
Samoa Birthplace Of Kings (Hawaii) (Nov '09) Mon SalaJr 88
Who is the best looking black race? (Apr '12) Oct 19 tongangodz 84
which 1 would you marry Tarryn Luafalemana, MZ.... (Apr '13) Oct 18 1989calidreamin 4

Samoa People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE