Ubiquitous Hawaiian hand gesture formed by making a fist and extending the thumb and pinkie fingers in opposite directions, sometimes accompanied by a hand wiggle; the sign is typically used as a greeting, or to demonstrate enthusiasm and approval, and has been used by surfers worldwide for decades. "I used to throw ironic shakas all the time," author Chas Smith wrote in 2014. "But it accidentally...

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