Wat Da Heck Is Dat?

June 20th, 2014
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Anoddah Feel Good Friday and we're just about half way through 2014 already!

Wassup Wit Dat!

Time sure does fly by even wen we not thinking about it but I wasn't thinking about time wen I saw these two photo ops.

Dis first one made me chuckle and scratch my head at da same time.........






Dis container is ALWAYS in front of da Pearl City Wal-Mart loading dock area and made me wondah wat? Our fish going die? Only fish? Wat kine signage is dat wea we one container going kill fish? And wat is da "blank" one? We all going die slanting to da right? And then a movie scene from Day After Tomorrow I think flashed in mind wea da Matson ship lost its load. :shock:

Then there's dis one while walking between isles in Target.........






In case you can't/don't see da words, it says "Nasal Aspirator". Now I dunno who da heck marketed such an idea wea you would stick a vinyl hose up your baby's nose and suck it out with your own mouth but da person must be sitting pretty sucking up da moolah. :lol:

Really? Really? You would really suck up booger's? And da kid is smiling??

Wassup Wit Dat!

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Have grrrrreeeeeat Feel Good Friday!








10 Responses to “Wat Da Heck Is Dat?”

  1. Ynaku:

    Heh? Wat Dat mean?

    I think I know da answer but I like wait


  2. Lowtone123:

    In the old days, mothers actually placed their mouth over the kids nose and sucked the hanabata out.


  3. cojef:

    Lowtone123, I nevah no dat. Really mothers suck the hanabata. Yuk! Maybe da aspirator moh sanitary cuz the tube is long. As to the container, dunno?


  4. bee:

    The container markings are "Environmentally Hazardous Substance" (dead fish and tree) and "Limited Quantity" used when shipping dangerous stuff (it's blank one is for ground shipping).


  5. makaha wahine:

    Lowtone123 is right. Heard this from my mom and grandma. Us Hawaiians you know. I just couldn't do it. I used the suction bulb. Looks like that tube will disposable and you can stop once you see the hanabata in it.


  6. Ynaku:

    Bree is right. That's what I found out. Perhaps the container was full of this:

    http://youtu.be/7zyYZfRw28I


  7. Ynaku:

    FGF gang Chee Huuu


  8. Manoa Mist:

    Hanabata is a dish best served cold.


  9. 9th Island Girl:

    Lol! That suction story...ew!

    Thanks for the explanation, Bee!


  10. Braddah Lance:

    Lowtone123:
    In the old days, mothers actually placed their mouth over the kids nose and sucked the hanabata out.

    HEH? Really????
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    bee:
    The container markings are "Environmentally Hazardous Substance" (dead fish and tree) and "Limited Quantity" used when shipping dangerous stuff (it's blank one is for ground shipping).

    Mahalo for da explanation! So akamai you! :grin:
    E Komo Mai to WWD! bee! And mahalo again for sharing your mana'o.
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    makaha wahine:
    Lowtone123 is right. Heard this from my mom and grandma. Us Hawaiians you know. I just couldn't do it. I used the suction bulb.

    Unless my keiki was dying..... NO FRICKIN' WAY! :lol:
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    Ynaku:
    Bree is right. That's what I found out. Perhaps the container was full of this:

    lol
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    Manoa Mist:
    Hanabata is a dish best served cold.

    Um, I'll pass on dat appetizer.