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  • n. A cultivar of marijuana said to be the world’s best.
  • n. A person who smokes this cultivar.


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Hawaiian paka (tobacco) + lolo (numbing, crazy, stupid).


  • The tent, the parachute, the cages, the coops, the bicycles, the chairs, the shopping carts, the pakalolo, the recliner, everything—everything was pulled through high grass and down the driveway.

    Shortcut Man

  • Then, some months later, he heard that Becky, calling it "tough love," had thrown Kristen out of the house for smoking _pakalolo_, and that Kristen was living with her Samoan boyfriend somewhere in Nanakuli.


  • He had gummed up his lungs with a two-pack-a-day cigarette habit and too much _pakalolo_.


  • Just don't be shocked if a friendly vendor offers you a bag of pakalolo somewhere along the route. RSS

  • And if you don't know what pakalolo is, you're probably better off. RSS

  • I'd say he is smokin 'and jokin' on some killer pakalolo.


  • When done test the DVD on your PC or in a DVD player. too much pakalolo, brah Forum

  • I'd done my previous three years (of minimum security time, with night release, aka grades 7-9) in New Hampshire, in the Boston suburbs, where, as in Hawaii, pot (or pakalolo) was easier to get (on the cusp of the '80s) than liquor, and smoking pot much easier and more likely than engaging in sexual activity...the otherwise unextraordinary sitcom THAT '70S SHOW certain has gotten that aspect of adolescence then right (though my NH schoolmates assured me that that must be a lot easier in Hawaii than in puritan New England...perhaps, but Hawaii was certainly Americanized in the 1800s by New England puritans).

    Where Are They Now?

  • If the worst thing we had to deal with is people getting into the local grown pakalolo, I’d consider the war won.

    Matthew Yglesias » Public Sector Pay


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