|This sign is the sign you see upon leaving Kaua'i's main airport in Lihu'e.|
It reads, Mahalo, Until we meet again. The sign should read. A Hui Hou, (Until we meet again)
There is a sign upon approaching the Kauai airport that reads in big bold Type, "Mahalo, and underneath it reads , "until we meet again."
This is confusing since Mahalo translates to Thank you and Until we meet again translates to A Hui Hou.
This reminds me of the visitor that thinks Mahalo translates to garbage can, since they see Mahalo written on most rubbish containers.
The signage makes our Visitors Bureau and County look like they think 'Mahalo' translates to, 'Until We Meet Again." The sign should be replaced with "A Hui Hou, Until we meet again."
May I say to everyone reading this Aloha, Thank you very much.
Hana Hou, (Encore) Shared from Facebook...
One day a little boy woke up and sat down at the table expecting breakfast. However, his mother says, "You don't get any breakfast until you do your chores."
A little pissed off, the boy goes out to do his chores. When he goes to milk the cow, he kicks it. When he goes to get eggs he kicks a chicken, and when he goes to feed the pigs, he kicks a pig.
When the little boy sits down his mother gives him a bowl of dry cereal. "Where is the bacon, eggs and milk?" asks the little boy. His mother replies, "I saw you kick the cow, so you don't get any milk; I saw you kick a chicken so you don't get eggs; and I saw you kick a pig so you don't get any bacon!"
Just as she finishes saying this, the boy's father comes down the stairs and kicks the cat. The little boy looks up at his mother and asks, "Do you want to tell him, or should I?"