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Last Updated 1999-02-14


"The Haole Man Can!"

"The Haole Man Can!" chopsticks aid (Chopsticks not included)

Are You Haole?

According to Merriam-Webster OnLine, the Hawaiian word for a newcomer or stranger is "malihini." A white person, or someone who can't trace his or her ancestry to the aboriginal Polynesian inhabitants of Hawaii is called (sometimes disparagingly) a "haole."

As they say... Necessity is the mother of invention.

A 6th grade school "invention convention" winner finds a solution: When "F Haole" was only twelve years old, he got tired of being frustrated and not getting any food in his mouth while using chopsticks. So he invented The Haole Man Can! chopstick aid. "This simple device can save years of frustration, and the embarrassment of asking for a fork when ordering Chinese food."

The wood block is 100% Maui-grown Koa. The rubber band is 100% worn-out-on-Maui bicycle inner tubes

Made in Maui (U.S.A.) by
F Haole Enterprises
550 Awalau Road
Haiku, HI 96708

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