TOA

“"TUI MANU'A LO'U ALI'I E"”

Since: Jun 09

Compton, CA

#46 Nov 20, 2012
KavaFarmer wrote:
<quoted text>
What that fcuk is wrong with that thick numb skull of yours? The half brother shows how close these two people are! Some parts of Fiji are so close with Tonga, they are practically the same people! That is what I'm saying!!!!!!!!! You clearly can't think outside the box! As I have said before, and I suspect I will be saying it again, "use your common sense"!!!!!
Don't talk to me about bowing down old man! You have no idea what tribe I'm from and my connection to the war against the Tongans! All you do is make assumptions day in and day out! Let me put it out there for you...Fijians had a clean show down with the Tongans and Lauans along with their allies! They fought my people, and we won fair and square! Yes, I'm from Cakaudrove! Be-careful when you talk about my history! Do you even know what went down behind close doors between Ma'afu and his ambitions? Do you even know who Ma'afu was or what he doing in Fiji? You clearly don't!!! You have no clue what his activities were, and where they were held! How can someone who knows nothing about a particular subject, try to teach it to someone who knows?
Fijians do not kiss anyones ass! You are saying this because you are American Samoan and have little if not no access to Fijians like Western Samoans! They know who we are better than youse! You don't know Fijian people! All you have in the brain is the idea that Fijians are dark, so they are inferior! That is whats in that head of yours! Well news flash, you are actually seen as inferior if you go to the highlands of Fiji! These are real warriors that Tongans warned the white man about! Victorious warriors were known to refuse the gift of Tongan women for winning the battles...it is said that it will weaken their bloodline! This still continues today in some-parts!
Kava Farmer

Did I hit a nerve there my jealous Fijian brother? Here take this tissue and wipe those tears from your eyes. To tell you the truth I actually have alot of Fijian friends, real good people, but you on the other hand are way different from them for you have some type of hate towards Samoans and to make things worst while you sit here and hate on Samoans day in and day out you steady k!ss the @sses of Tongans which is weird hence I asked you what is it with you and bowing down to Tongans.

* You Stated: All you have in the brain is the idea that Fijians are dark, so they are inferior.

My Reply: Are you that insecure about skin color that you automatically assumed that I think Fijians are Inferior just because the color of there skin? Its 2012 Kava Farmer I got more things to worry about then the color of another persons skin.

FIJI & TONGA

* I am familiar with the connections of Fiji & Tonga but it still doesn't answer my question Kava Farmer on why it seems some Fijians bow to Tongans or maybe its just you and Pingping? As for Ma'afu (Tonga) and his influence in Fiji it seems this subject is a bit emotional for you so I will do you a favor and lay off of it for a bit.

Soifua

“MASINA”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#47 Nov 20, 2012
tompingpong wrote:
i need to know this is it true that in fijian history oral SINA is the mother of all fijian she was said to look light skin as compare to tangaloa who we fijian said was from east Africa and married SINA who later gave birth to fijian and Tongan but the funny this is fijian say the landed east of Fiji right but the only island east of Fiji 2nd big island is SAVII.
OH SHUT THE FARK UP...You pathetic COMMONER SLAVE!
Stop wishing that you and the rest of your pissant Wannabe kefe fia warriors were anything but squirming, writhing yellow bellied maggots.
KNEEL at the feet of your QUEEN! hahahaha or... Else I will have no choice and certainly NO regrets in stepping and crushing that SPINELESS body of yours...anf fa'apa the TAE out of both your filthy orifices...You dumbAzz! LOL!

“MASINA”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#48 Nov 20, 2012
KavaFarmer wrote:
<quoted text>
Get your American half a grip on reality! They are finally showing signs of Samoa's fake history!
SAMOA'S History is not fake BUNHEAD.
YOU, DINGLESS-DONG,PuKio-PK and all those who espouse
a supremacy, superiority or EVEN( laughing at this)some empire of Tonga and Fiji in the region......is at best wishful thinking...and highly DELUSIONAL.
LMAO!

TOA

“"TUI MANU'A LO'U ALI'I E"”

Since: Jun 09

Compton, CA

#49 Nov 20, 2012
Kava Farmer

I dont doubt Fiji produces great soldiers its just for some odd reason you thought that Samoans had no great soldiers in the military and was only good at sports which like always I had to correct you.

ENLISTED Soldiers: The most powerful army in the world USA military

SAMOANS:

* Command Sgt Major Iuniasolua Savusa): Was in command of over 450,000+ troops etc.... His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit (2nd Oak Leaf Cluster), Bronze Star Medal with V(2nd oak Leaf Cluster), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (4th Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Commendation Medal (2nd Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Achievement Medal (7th Oak Leaf Cluster), National Defense Ribbon (Bronze Service Star), GWOT Expeditionary Medal (with Arrow Head Device), GWOT Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal (9th Award), Korean Defense Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (4), Army Service Ribbon, Multinational Force & Observer Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, Expert Infantryman Badge, Parachutist Badge, Pathfinder Badge, Air Assault Badge, Drill Sergeant Badge, Ranger Tab, and the Italian Army Parachutist Badge.

*(Command Sgt Major Falaniko Ioakimo): His awards and decorations include: The Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal (with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster); Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters); Army Commendation Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Cluster); Army Achievement Medal (with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters); Good Conduct Medal (9th Award); Army Occupation Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal; Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; Korea Defense Service Medal; Military Outstanding Volunteer
Service Medal; NCO Professional Development Ribbon etc.... etc.... etc......


*(Sergeant Major Reupena F. Togia): He was the head of the Transportation units in several countries including Italy, Korea and Germany, as well as in the US, in places such as Fort Eustis, VA; Fort Polk, LA; and Fort Ord, CA

* Command Sergeant Major Peseta Fue, U.S. Marine Corps.

* Command Sergeant Major Gaoteote Palaie, U.S. Army

* Command Sergeant Major Ve'ave'a Semo, U.S. Army

etc.... etc...... etc......

OFFICERS:

*(Capt). Leafaina Olive Tavai Yahn
first Samoan to graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY (1989). Currently stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. From the Gataivai, American Samoa. Parents: the late High Chief Atiumaletavai Kaleopa and Lauolive.

* 1LT Dave Keleti, S3, 442nd Infantry Battalion, Honolulu, Hawaii.

* 2LT Hugo Afamasaga, S2, 442nd Infantry Battalion, Honolulu, Hawaii.

* Lt. Colonel Mapu Jamias, U.S. Army

* Lt. Fighter Pilot Toa'ale Suiava Mulitauaopele, U.S. Navy
He is the first Samoan-American to graduate from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.
He currently flies the Sikorsky HH-60A, commonly know as the H-60.

* Major Stanley Snow, U.S. Air Force
He was the first Fighter pilot in the Armed Forces that was Samoan. He currently is in the National Guard and also is a commercial pilot for United Airlines in Hawaii. Major Snow flew the A-10, F-15, and F-16 Fighter jets.

etc..... etc...... etc......

WARRANT OFFICER:

* CW4 Maligi Nua, U.S. Navy: Served for 24 years spending his career in Administrative Services. He has been the assistant to Captains of Carriers such as the USS Enterprise.

SPECIAL FORCES:

* Faauuga Tia Muagututia - Navy Seal
* Lafoga Leama - Green Beret

*(Legendary) Nicholas L. Punimata - Commander of Special Forces Operational (Green Beret), Detachment Alpha 151, B-Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) in Fort Lewis, Washington. He was promoted to Chief Warrant Officer One in 1996 and to Chief Warrant Officer Two in 1998.

etc.... etc.... etc.... etc.....

* From Special Forces to High Rank to being in command Samoans have made an impact in the USA Military.

I'll post more later.

Soifua

TOA

“"TUI MANU'A LO'U ALI'I E"”

Since: Jun 09

Compton, CA

#50 Nov 20, 2012
tompingpong wrote:
<quoted text>
slaves cannot be masters that has been for told in human history tui viti and tui tonga enslaved Samoa the mark is there you know it so do all of us its just the fact everyone knows.
Tompingpong

Slaves? LMAO like I said before it is ironic for any Fijian indian or native to call someone else a slave.

* How do you think indians got to Fiji? Slavery!

FIJIANS (SLAVES NO MORE)
http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx...

* According to the history that was passed down to the Lovoni people by the late Tui Wailevu Ratu Isikia Rogoyawa, the people of Lovoni people and their lands were sold off to planters, traders and others who could afford to buy a servant.

The facts of this story were given to the late Ratu Isikia by a Saumatua man who was only 15 years-old when the events took place in 1871.The four page document explained how Ratu Seru Cakobau could not subdue the Lovoni people through open warfare and reverted to treachery to defeat them. Ratu Cakobau offered the people of Lovoni an olive branch by inviting them to Levuka Village where he prepared a feast for them. The feast was his way of saying that any animosity between the two warring people has ended, but as soon as the Lovoni people laid down their arms, he ordered his army to arrest them.

The Lovoni people came down to Levuka on June 29 of 1871 and were sold off as slaves on July 7 of the same year.But first they were tortured by being forced to crawl on their hands and knees through Levuka with a heavy basket of soil hanging from their necks. According to the document, Ratu Cakobau gained 5,695 pounds from the sale of all the Lovoni people, which were being sold at three pounds per head. The Lovoni people were scattered into the wind and villages which have connections to the Lovoni people are the people of Vanuakula in Waidina, Naitasiri, the people of Kavala in Kadavu, the people of Daku in Tailevu and the people of Ono-i-Lau in the Lau Group.Four of them made it as far as the United States of America where they became an act in a touring circus.

The sum Ratu Cakobau gained from the sale of the Lovoni lands is not known.It was only in the 1900s that the people of Lovoni were allowed to return and rebuild their villagesLovoni village headman Samueli Saurara said when the history of his people used to be read from the pulpit, people always openly cried.This is one time of the year which is a stark reminder to the Lovoni people of how they have been treated as pariahs from their very own lands.The way they responded to this tag varied but many have resorted to violent physical behaviour as a reminder to themselves and the rest of the world that they are the unconquered people.Much of the time this has not worked in their favour and considering the very spiritual and superstitious nature of the iTaukei, many see this as a curse or still feel maligned in general society.They still feel like a people scattered. The hurt and the pain that is more than 100 years-old still linger like a festered sore.As the men of Lovoni gathered at the residence of the Lovoni chief the Tui Wailevu, after the church service, one of the men,Vatere Mateiwai shared his thoughts about the church service.Vatere said Mr Jovilisi's sermon struck a chord in his heart. He said when he was growing up in Lovoni, his elders always reminded him that he came from a line of people that were never conquered in war.He said this has always made him proud, even to the extent of involving himself in fist fights and other rowdy behaviour to show that he was a kai Lovoni. He says because of this thinking, many of them have ended up in prison.But he was baffled by what Mr Lutu shared with the congregation. He may have expected some sympathy from Mr Lutu since he is a Lovoni man too, and pointedly adds that they were asked to surrender 141 years ago when they were sold off as slaves. Now they're being asked to surrender again.
tuipinngpongslav emaster

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#51 Nov 20, 2012
Taupoimasina wrote:
<quoted text>
OH SHUT THE FARK UP...You pathetic COMMONER SLAVE!
Stop wishing that you and the rest of your pissant Wannabe kefe fia warriors were anything but squirming, writhing yellow bellied maggots.
KNEEL at the feet of your QUEEN! hahahaha or... Else I will have no choice and certainly NO regrets in stepping and crushing that SPINELESS body of yours...anf fa'apa the TAE out of both your filthy orifices...You dumbAzz! LOL!
no you shut up Tangaloa is the father of Fijian and Tongan you go find your own daddy and mama just cause we fijian and Tongan made you and you went and hump a chinese coolie made you look like a aboooo lamoooo.
tuipinngpongslav emaster

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#52 Nov 20, 2012
TOA wrote:
<quoted text>
Tompingpong
Slaves? LMAO like I said before it is ironic for any Fijian indian or native to call someone else a slave.
* How do you think indians got to Fiji? Slavery!
FIJIANS (SLAVES NO MORE)
http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx...
* According to the history that was passed down to the Lovoni people by the late Tui Wailevu Ratu Isikia Rogoyawa, the people of Lovoni people and their lands were sold off to planters, traders and others who could afford to buy a servant.
The facts of this story were given to the late Ratu Isikia by a Saumatua man who was only 15 years-old when the events took place in 1871.The four page document explained how Ratu Seru Cakobau could not subdue the Lovoni people through open warfare and reverted to treachery to defeat them. Ratu Cakobau offered the people of Lovoni an olive branch by inviting them to Levuka Village where he prepared a feast for them. The feast was his way of saying that any animosity between the two warring people has ended, but as soon as the Lovoni people laid down their arms, he ordered his army to arrest them.
The Lovoni people came down to Levuka on June 29 of 1871 and were sold off as slaves on July 7 of the same year.But first they were tortured by being forced to crawl on their hands and knees through Levuka with a heavy basket of soil hanging from their necks. According to the document, Ratu Cakobau gained 5,695 pounds from the sale of all the Lovoni people, which were being sold at three pounds per head. The Lovoni people were scattered into the wind and villages which have connections to the Lovoni people are the people of Vanuakula in Waidina, Naitasiri, the people of Kavala in Kadavu, the people of Daku in Tailevu and the people of Ono-i-Lau in the Lau Group.Four of them made it as far as the United States of America where they became an act in a touring circus.
The sum Ratu Cakobau gained from the sale of the Lovoni lands is not known.It was only in the 1900s that the people of Lovoni were allowed to return and rebuild their villagesLovoni village headman Samueli Saurara said when the history of his people used to be read from the pulpit, people always openly cried.This is one time of the year which is a stark reminder to the Lovoni people of how they have been treated as pariahs from their very own lands.The way they responded to this tag varied but many have resorted to violent physical behaviour as a reminder to themselves and the rest of the world that they are the unconquered people.Much of the time this has not worked in their favour and considering the very spiritual and superstitious nature of the iTaukei, many see this as a curse or still feel maligned in general society.They still feel like a people scattered. The hurt and the pain that is more than 100 years-old still linger like a festered sore.As the men of Lovoni gathered at the residence of the Lovoni chief the Tui Wailevu, after the church service, one of the men,Vatere Mateiwai shared his thoughts about the church service.Vatere said Mr Jovilisi's sermon struck a chord in his heart. He said when he was growing up in Lovoni, his elders always reminded him that he came from a line of people that were never conquered in war.He said this has always made him proud, even to the extent of involving himself in fist fights and other rowdy behaviour to show that he was a kai Lovoni. He says because of this thinking, many of them have ended up in prison.But he was baffled by what Mr Lutu shared with the congregation. He may have expected some sympathy from Mr Lutu since he is a Lovoni man too, and pointedly adds that they were asked to surrender 141 years ago when they were sold off as slaves. Now they're being asked to surrender again.
IF HE DIDNT FIJI WOULDNT HAVE UNITED HE BECOME THE 2nd TUI VITI all people who are his enemy became his slaves like you Samoan in black-birding 20,000 of you were sold off some lived in FIJI the rest send to OZ.
tuipinngpongslav emaster

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#53 Nov 20, 2012
IF HE DIDNT FIJI WOULDNT HAVE UNITED HE BECOME THE 2nd TUI VITI all people who are his enemy became his slaves like you Samoan in black-birding 20,000 of you were sold off some lived in FIJI the rest send to OZ.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#54 Nov 20, 2012
Taupoimasina wrote:
<quoted text>
SAMOA'S History is not fake BUNHEAD.
YOU, DINGLESS-DONG,PuKio-PK and all those who espouse
a supremacy, superiority or EVEN( laughing at this)some empire of Tonga and Fiji in the region......is at best wishful thinking...and highly DELUSIONAL.
LMAO!
Its all fake hun...trust me! Samoa history is simply made up! Tui Manu'a empire, fijian and tongan slaves, ruling fiti, tonga being Samoa's defence against fiti, and on and on! All Samoan history! All fake...

Stop smiling salty, I know that you know that I'm right!

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#55 Nov 20, 2012
TOA wrote:
Kava Farmer

ENLISTED Soldiers: The most powerful army in the world USA military
SAMOANS:
* Command Sgt Major Iuniasolua Savusa): Was in command of over 450,000+ troops etc.... His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit (2nd Oak Leaf Cluster), Bronze Star Medal with V(2nd oak Leaf Cluster), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (4th Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Commendation Medal (2nd Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Achievement Medal (7th Oak Leaf Cluster), National Defense Ribbon (Bronze Service Star), GWOT Expeditionary Medal (with Arrow Head Device), GWOT Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal (9th Award), Korean Defense Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (4), Army Service Ribbon,
*(Command Sgt Major Falaniko Ioakimo): His awards and decorations include: The Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal (with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster); Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters); Army Commendation Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Cluster); Army Achievement Medal (with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters); Good Conduct Medal (9th Award); Army Occupation Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal; Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; Korea Defense Service Medal; Military Outstanding Volunteer
Service Medal; NCO Professional Development Ribbon etc.... etc.... etc......
*(Sergeant Major Reupena F. Togia): He was the head of the Transportation units in several countries including Italy, Korea and Germany, as well as in the US, in places such as Fort Eustis, VA; Fort Polk, LA; and Fort Ord, CA
* Command Sergeant Major Peseta Fue, U.S. Marine Corps.
* Command Sergeant Major Gaoteote Palaie, U.S. Army
* Command Sergeant Major Ve'ave'a Semo, U.S. Army
etc.... etc...... etc......
OFFICERS:
*(Capt). Leafaina Olive Tavai Yahn
first Samoan to graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY (1989). Currently stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. From the Gataivai, American Samoa. Parents: the late High Chief Atiumaletavai Kaleopa and Lauolive.
* 1LT Dave Keleti, S3, 442nd Infantry Battalion, Honolulu, Hawaii.
* 2LT Hugo Afamasaga, S2, 442nd Infantry Battalion, Honolulu, Hawaii.
* Lt. Colonel Mapu Jamias, U.S. Army
* Lt. Fighter Pilot Toa'ale Suiava Mulitauaopele, U.S. Navy
He is the first Samoan-American to graduate from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.
He currently flies the Sikorsky HH-60A, commonly know as the H-60.
* Major Stanley Snow, U.S. Air Force
He was the first Fighter pilot in the Armed Forces that was Samoan. He currently is in the National Guard and also is a commercial pilot for United Airlines in Hawaii. Major Snow flew the A-10, F-15, and F-16 Fighter jets.
etc..... etc...... etc......
WARRANT OFFICER:
* CW4 Maligi Nua, U.S. Navy: Served for 24 years spending his career in Administrative Services. He has been the assistant to Captains of Carriers such as the USS Enterprise.
SPECIAL FORCES:
* Faauuga Tia Muagututia - Navy Seal
* Lafoga Leama - Green Beret
*(Legendary) Nicholas L. Punimata - Commander of Special Forces Operational (Green Beret), Detachment Alpha 151, B-Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) in Fort Lewis, Washington. He was promoted to Chief Warrant Officer One in 1996 and to Chief Warrant Officer Two in 1998.
etc.... etc.... etc.... etc.....
* From Special Forces to High Rank to being in command Samoans have made an impact in the USA Military.
I'll post more later.
Soifua
LOL. I just realized how tiny American Samoa is! So silly of me to try and compare the two! For such an insignificant place...that is quite an achievement! LOL. Maybe in a couple of years time, you can actually reach the level of foreign conflict involvement like your neighbor! Until then, you lost! Try and reply earlier next time, I loose interest very quickly! Quick thinking mate...
tuipinngpong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#56 Nov 20, 2012
Soraia wrote:
<quoted text>If any of the 3 Islanders were likely to be Slaves back then, it's Samoans. You can tell by their poor Customer Service Skills; lol
i think USA SAMOA is pretty develop rofl. i have made respect for them
tuipinngpong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#57 Nov 20, 2012
Soraia wrote:
<quoted text>
You are the Pig in the video! lol.
aahahaahaha funny buggger i am sure the fiji meat is good for all of you.

“MASINA”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#58 Nov 21, 2012
tuipinngpongslavemaster wrote:
<quoted text>
no you shut up Tangaloa is the father of Fijian and Tongan you go find your own daddy and mama just cause we fijian and Tongan made you and you went and hump a chinese coolie made you look like a aboooo lamoooo.
Oh stop your stupid dribble...you filthy...lowly dirt eater. Go and kiss your so called Ndegei and Biki and Kele's flotsam god's arse. You and your worm folk, can cry all you want...you pathetic crybabies...WAAAAAAHH...WAAAAA H! HAHAHA!
TAGALOA has nothing to do with your sorry arse. You just wishing too hard to be like the Samoans.
I know where I came from you ignorant piece of trash.
YOU...However, came from the ta'e pile on the ground and the maggots that infest it.
HAHAHAAAAAAA!

“MASINA”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#59 Nov 21, 2012
KavaFarmer wrote:
<quoted text>
Its all fake hun...trust me! Samoa history is simply made up! Tui Manu'a empire, fijian and tongan slaves, ruling fiti, tonga being Samoa's defence against fiti, and on and on! All Samoan history! All fake...
Stop smiling salty, I know that you know that I'm right!
SOUNDS like you've been toking too much ganja weed.
I'm not smiling you fool. You may know. what you think you know, but you don't know what I think. So please stop trying to impress me with your weak ass attempt at ESP. I actually feel sorry for you
and the fact that you are in total denial, because of your
blaring ignorance.

Cut the weed, maybe you'll make more sense then.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#60 Nov 21, 2012
Taupoimasina wrote:
<quoted text>
SOUNDS like you've been toking too much ganja weed.
I'm not smiling you fool. You may know. what you think you know, but you don't know what I think. So please stop trying to impress me with your weak ass attempt at ESP. I actually feel sorry for you
and the fact that you are in total denial, because of your
blaring ignorance.
Cut the weed, maybe you'll make more sense then.
Me in denial of what? Who is smoking the cigar weed now aye? haha.
C'mon salty, don't be mad... Everything's algud! Samoan history is fake...and thats algud! Nothing wrong with it, only needs to be corrected, thats all that is to it man!

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#62 Nov 21, 2012
KavaFarmer wrote:
<quoted text>
Me in denial of what? Who is smoking the cigar weed now aye? haha.
C'mon salty, don't be mad... Everything's algud! Samoan history is fake...and thats algud! Nothing wrong with it, only needs to be corrected, thats all that is to it man!
What Tagaloa is to Samoa Degei is to Fijians.
tuipinngpong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#63 Nov 21, 2012
Soraia wrote:
<quoted text>
What Tagaloa is to Samoa Degei is to Fijians.
lets me more vasu kids i be the great shaggyer tangaloa or degei you be SINA lamooooooo.

TOA

“"TUI MANU'A LO'U ALI'I E"”

Since: Jun 09

Compton, CA

#64 Nov 21, 2012
KavaFarmer wrote:
<quoted text>
Me in denial of what? Who is smoking the cigar weed now aye? haha.
C'mon salty, don't be mad... Everything's algud!

Samoan history is fake...and thats algud! Nothing wrong with it, only needs to be corrected, thats all that is to it man!
Kava Farmer

The only thing that needs to be corrected and is fake is YOU! You sit here and try to hate and Samoans only to get put in your place over and over again.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#65 Nov 21, 2012
tuipinngpong wrote:
<quoted text>
lets me more vasu kids i be the great shaggyer tangaloa or degei you be SINA lamooooooo.
It's spelt 'Tagaloa'. There is the first greatest clue that Tagaloa is Samoan and not Fijian you Nadi Nandi you, lol.

TOA

“"TUI MANU'A LO'U ALI'I E"”

Since: Jun 09

Compton, CA

#66 Nov 21, 2012
KavaFarmer wrote:
<quoted text>
Me in denial of what? Who is smoking the cigar weed now aye? haha.
C'mon salty, don't be mad... Everything's algud! Samoan history is fake...and thats algud! Nothing wrong with it, only needs to be corrected, thats all that is to it man!
Kava Farmer

I dont blame you for hating on the proud history of Samoans I would be mad to if indians made up 40% of my countries population, my countries national anthem fully in English, the british flag on my countries Flag etc.... etc.... etc....

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