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Honolulu called, and the news was that the King had gone particularly pupule "(insane)," that there were Catholic and Protestant missionary plottings, and that trouble with France was brewing.
But today, pool reporters have turned into pupule laū kanaka--crazy people; they're now reporting on their own foodie misadventures, since Barack's not providing enough action.
Dis rock-a-hula kitteh get all da purrfec mooves, drive all da boyz pupule, crzy crzy.
At fist the cowboy Uncle John had loaned me with the horses protested, then he followed stolidly in the rear, shaking his head, and, I know, muttering over and over that I was pupule.
Nor am I involved in a revolutionary movement or any such pupule-such nonsense.
Honolulu called, and the news was that the King had gone particularly pupule (insane), that there were Catholic and Protestant missionary plottings, and that trouble with France was brewing.
Ia ia e au ana, olelo ae la o Laieikawai i kona mau hoa, "E! pupule o Hauailiki."
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