Wednesday, June 14, 2006

I'm not proud to be a Samoan today

You know how we Samoans are supposedly very prideful of where we come from?
It's a rare thing, because its almost strange when an Australian would say, "I'm proud to be Australian and i love my culture...(well, thats a bad example, coz Aussies come from English exiles and rejects, and they basically raped and murdered off the indigenous 'cultured' Aboriginal people).

The point of the bottomline of the story is,
Being shamed into the corner because a young female Samoan first year dumb ass got wasted at the dorms, removed her polka dotted panties, got screwed by the fijian boys, before running down the stairs singing loudly, stripping to nothingness and yelling "I'm proud to be Samoan, I love Samoa, Fook you all you white madafakas"
The thing is, there were no white madafakas around at that early hour of the morning.
There were only island nation representatives at an ill-planned exam period drink-up.
Ill-fated because the girl screamed enough to wake up the neighbourhood, wardens, academic staff and the cows in the pasture.

When she was comforted that there was enough audience, she rolled starkers down the hallway, singing Samoan melodies while she did acrobatic moves that Kama Sutra have yet to discover.

Meanwhile, one of the males walking back from the labs heard the commotion from outside and ran to his all-male floor, screaming "Drunk nude Samoan girl ...wake up wake up! you can't miss a free show guys" ...thus the crowds got bigger.

To cut the story short, they couldn't bring the girl out, she was delirious, drunk, hyperactive, Kama Sutraic and telefuaring.

So yeah, the Uni Security was called, No luck, so the Ambulance and the POlice had to extract her from the building.
Just imagine two able bodied cops, all prepared to break in, and then the door flips open and she comes running outside for the world to see.

She was definitely a proud Samoan.

Proud being the key word.

She refused to accept any blankets being thrown to cover her sheer nakedness..she was just 'a proud Samoan, so fook off you stupid Bolice, I'm an independent weman'.
Oh yes, LIfe has it's strange twists, and sometimes, we just don't see it coming.
One moment, you are fine with your identity, the next, you just wish you didn't tell anyone that you are also Samoan, and shamefully proud of it, sometimes.

Of course, the next morning, Miss Kama Sutra strolls back to the halls, and into the cafeteria, while everyone stopped, in a hushed mode,

wait for it
she asks "What's up with everyone? They look like they've seen a ghost or sumfing"
'Not just a ghost dear child, they saw a big fat brown naked ghost doing acrobatic flips'


Shark Girl said...

LOOOOOL. That's funny. Very very funny.

And on a more sober note, very embarassing. I'm not going to say "typical Samoan" (I just did, didn't I?) because that is not a typical Samoan woman's behaviour. And a first year student? It takes years to build up a reputation and national pride in one's country, and one stupid, naive, fia pala girl to ruin it.

Lol @ seeing a ghost. Kei lava i le amnesia.

Ciao darls...

Pinky in Boots said...

Funny story.

Duma Sutra has nothing on this girl. lol.

Looks like Foreign Affairs has a lot to answer for on this one :)

tel said...

e suga, is this one of the first years at waikato?! hmmm...just when you think things can't get worse. And just when I was proud to be Samoan with the Aussies in Soccer World Cup mode right now and Tim Cahill and the rest of the soceroos doing well.
So, how you been? Been so slack at blogging and very busy with work. Starting to plan my baby shower, it's on 1st of July in case you find yourself on this side of the Tasman.
New house huh?! Awesome, can't wait to visit!!!
Well, I'ma go put me feet up and try and rid my mind of the embarassing image now in my head, hehe.
Take care darl and keep them stories coming ;)
Lots of love from us here

Omega & Alex said...

Needless to say we all feel embarrased just reading about it arrrghhh balali idiot. Kalofa e i gai professionals all of a sudden they weren't equipped for such a show hahaha! Wt an idiot.

dasifi said...

I'm still proud to be Samoan coz I can't be anything thing else, but I am ashamed and pissed off to think that my beloved homeland can produce an idiot who couldn't hold her liquor and lost all sense of respect for herself when she decided to show da whole damn world her assets.
Wassup with our best n brightest these days?!@#

Peachy.. said...

Where were the other Samoans, if any???? Another blaring incident of Students ill-prepared to handle the new found freedoms of being away from home and the watchful eyes of everyone and there mother. Kalofa e, I guess my college mishaps and ulavale can't compare.

I like me just fine :)) said...

What an incredibly stupid ar*e!

You chuckle a little until you remember that Samoa is a tiny place and that any publicity it gets is BIG publicity...

and this, well this isn't going to go away now is it?

fotu of samoa said...

Not at all forgetting that any of us have had our fair share of idiotic mistakes as Uni students (No time for details - Powering on!) but it's one thing to get completely shitfaced at a Uni drink up and a WHOLE NOTHER matter to run around showing your ipip to an entire dorm screaming and shaming the culture you're so (apparently) proud of. In my view: O le aikae vale le mea le ga.

Amy said...

Gosh, that's horrible! I don't even really have words to comment! I would probably have had the same reaction as you...But on other words, I love your writing..incredibly funny!

reesa said...

shucks...i think all the other comments above have expressed what i wanted to say BUT...i still wanted to say sumfing....well, i dunno what to say now... other than to re-confirm fotu's words: O le MAKUA aikae vale lava. And yes, Samoa is a small place and so wonder if the story will reach the ears of her parents and family...ka-lo-fa e. O le teine valea e faanoanoa ai le tina o le sa'o lea?...never heard truer words...Malo Jodie ma le tusi tusi news mai.

supasta said...


wat an ekkbrain..

I like me just fine :)) said...

hey miss Savai'i thanks for stopping by my page...

Now for the real reason for stopping by, besides from missing your updates :( May I please put a link your site on my blog? ta-rah for now xx

dasifi said...

missing ur charming & witty takes on life.

from someone without one choo hoo.

Goddess of Savaii said...

haha malo dasifi kaufaalili, sorry ive been out of blog action lately, ive been very very busy in reality, we have lots happening that;s reducing my time online,'ll be another week before i start back, and will start with a new blogspot page as well coz this is tiring me out...will keep you posted!!!

cheers to you all cybersamoans...

jp crocka said...

good one suga! so dorm life is still wild. put it down as a learning curve and don't dwell on it or it'll be a thorn when you least need it.
deas more +'s dan -'s 4 our people to be proud of who we are in our global family.