The Living Force
I would like to explain this silly bit Hawaiian Phonetic humor. (And God knows we need to lighten up these days). When I first moved to Hawaii I was mystified by the strange sounding accent used by the locals. I couldn't figure it out.My dog (white Shepard) was named Kea. When people said Aino Ke'a, I replied that I Know Kea. She lives with me.
At some point it dawned on me that the first missionary's that came to Hawaii and taught english were from Massachusetts. (where park the car = "pahk tha cah") So this merged and morphed with pidgin and Hawaiian and became: "Pak da Ka".
So one day I saw a bumper sticker that said "Aino Ke'a".
(roughly pronounced Eye No Kay Uh)
It took a while but it also dawned on me: "I no care!".
About this time you all are probably saying "Hey, BHelmet, Aino Ke'a!"
Hawaii is a funny odd place. You gotta be on your toes.
(oh, and "Kea" means 'white' (as in Shepard))