Pidgin to Da Max

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Bess Press, 2005 - Humor - 208 pages
Upon publication twenty-five years ago, Pidgin to Da Max became a best-seller and remains one today, with over 200,000 copies in print. The sequel, Pidgin to Da Max Hana Hou, also became a best-seller. The anniversary edition combines the words and illustrations in those two collections in a paperback format.
 

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Pidgin is the slang language spoken in Hawaii by locals which is difficult for visitors and nonlocals to understand. This humorous "dictionary" spells and defines each popular word in the language while poking fun at local and tourist behavior. Read full review

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