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Remember YOUR "small keed time"?

Those were the good old days! YOU were young, innocent, naive and maybe even a little bit "kolohe" (rascal). When you look back, I bet you cannot help but grin, yeah?  I bet you can just feel a longing oozing up inside of you for a time when life was much simpler. Wherever you live now, if you grew up in Hawaii, you must remember your "hanabuddah days". Eh, no shame ... we all had "hanabuddah".

Eh … right now get choke stories already online written by Hawaiians and Hawaiians at heart. Most all writers had the unique life experience of growing up in Hawaii. That’s why the site is called ”Hanabuddah Days”.

Enjoy these personal stories.

 


 

Of Bikes and Football

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O.K. den all da kids in da neighba-hood get bikes, but not me. Always gotta ask for ride your friends' bike. Make "A" wen you do dat.

The Yeun family lived up da road. The father had all kinds of bikes and bike parts but for some reason he just wouldn't give away any. Their house was in the lane that had all the Quonset huts off Farrington Hwy. where the old Feed Store used to be. The Quonset huts were built standing on four by four posts. That left a lot of room underneath the house. Most

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Jes U Wait Kainoa

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At sixteen years old, da most awesome babes in school wuz Kainoa Kane. She was fine. And she wen' know dat too! She made one list of da bestest!

  1. Best Legs
  2. Bestest Sexy Smile
  3. Bestest Big Muscle Body
  4. Best Nicest White Teets (in da mouth li'

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Stringing Me Along

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I was the oldest of four children who grew up in Kilauea, a small sugar plantation town on the North east side of Kauai. Kilauea has grown since and its townsfolks have come and gone, but my memories are as clear as the crystal shores of Kahiliwai

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Golden Children

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I was one lucky keiki. I grew up in beautiful Manoa Valley on O'ahu. This was before the days that real estate got so expensive there. I lived my first 4 years up Tantalus, then we moved to Manoa, valley of na anuenue... the rainbow.

I have many

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The Baby Bruddah

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When I was eight years old my mudder had my bruddah.  Hoo..at first was good cause I neva have to watch him and change his stinky diapers. But den da dreaded "Big Brother" syndrome wen strike.I suddenly became da built in babysitter. You gotta

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The East End Rodeo

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Moloka'i's first ever East End Rodeo was held on the Fourth of July at a working ranch in Kamalo. The ranch was "working" in the sense that cattle and pigs were raised on it and slaughtered. Kualapuu Suprette sent a meat truck twice a month from the

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People and Games

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The 1950's and 60's sure was a fun time to be growing up in Hawaii. It was a time when music had real tunes and real words! It was a time when gang violence meant two "bulls" from different areas of Kalihi punching it out in some park bathroom and

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I No Like Beef

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My story is about my fada and all my bruddas going to a football game at the old stadium. I can rememba i had jus got back from da service and us guys went decide we going watch the Kam vs Kaimuki High game.

We stay driving down King Street just

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