little shaka

To these memories I will hold
With your blessing I will go
To turn at last to paths that lead home
And though where the road then takes me
I cannot tell
We came all this way
But now comes the day
To bid you farewell

I bid you all a very fond farewell


about the aiolia vs shaka scene 

  • they were both holding back 
  • Angry Aiolia is much stronger than regular aiolia and thats a fact
  • shaka has little twink arms!! what was he thinking trying to physically fight aiolia!! just one of aiolia’s arms = both of shaka’s like what on earth 
  • “all aiolia could see was shaka, and all shaka could see was aiolia” out of context sounds like a line from a romantic drama
  • actually with context its still a romantic drama
  • as much as i defend how strong aiolia is (bc his strength is commented on a lot even by characters like mu and saga) shaka easily could have wiped the floor with him if he wanted to but shaka just wanted to hold hands a lil longer u_u
Watch on

🌺 ACAI BOWLS’ n SHAKAS All Around! 🌺Mini clip by @lieberfilms ! Here’s a little Shaka trivia for ya… The Shaka originated from Laie local Hamana Kalili, who lost his three middle fingers working at the Kahuku Sugar Mill here on Oahu. After being reassigned to the near by sugar cane rail road, he used his upheld hand to signal that the train was ready to roll. Train operators and local children began to imitate this friendly mans waves and the gesture gradually spread around the islands and surf culture used to convey the aloha spirit ~good vibes, to let go, to relax, to share the love and just ‘hang loose’ … How rad is that! Talk about finding the good 🌴🙌🏽🌴! Loving the Shaka in the bottom left corner girl.. 😂✨ (at Pipeline, North Shore Oahu, Hawaii)

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