to-do haole
 n.— «In these jungled thickets, hot enough to make lipstick melt, the escapist Garden of Eden fantasies of “to-do haole,” as rich Caucasians are called, converge and occasionally collide with native truths.» —“In the Land of the Lotus Eaters” by Patricia Leigh Brown in Maui, Hawaii New York Times Sept. 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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