Spam musubi! Broke da mout, brah! Ho, cuz! We like sample.
In Haiwaiian Creole English (often referred to as “Hawaiian Pidgin” or “Dakine”), you say “broke da mout” (“broke the mouth”) to say that something is really delicious, or “onolicious,” to use another Hawaiian word (based on Hawaiian ‘ono ‘delicious’).
W. Morgan (Member of Lowlands-L)
Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, India, March 30, 2008