[surf rock music]
- Hey, Adam,this place is amazing.
- Adam!- Hey.
- Whoo! Aloha and mahalo,my new friends.
- Oh, thank you.
- Aloha mahalo.
- Oh, thanks.- Aloha mahalo.
- Aloha mahalo.- Thanks, dude.
- You guys look very...
- Tired.We just got here.
- Yeah, well, I was gonnasay you look like kooks.
- Wait, what does that mean?- That sounds really racist.
- It's not racist.I want you to know that.
It's actuallythe opposite of racist.
It's how traditionalHawaiians speak,
and that's now I speak now
'cause I've been herefor a few days.
- Wow.- Oh, wow.
There is not enoughpineapple in that.
- There's so muchpineapple in here.
- Ew, mmm, have you guyshad pineapple before?
- Yeah, I've had pineapple.
- A kook is when someonefrom the mainland comes here
and doesn't assimilateinto the Hawaiian culture,
which you have toor you look like
a freaking idiot, all right?
I been here for days,
and I've got leis for days,
and now you guys do too!
- Oh, okay.- All right.
- Here you go.Mai tais, that's what we drink
and also that's what I wear:my tie is also Hawaiian.
I have it.Later, I'm sure I'll wear it.
- Okay, lesson number one:
get a new wardrobe.
- What are you doing now?- Whoa!
- No, no!- Come on, man!
- That's my grandma's!- Stop! What're you doing?
- She's dead.
- We get a discountat the gift store.
15% off, just drop my name.
Get yourself some new fits,you kooks.
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