Tiki Talk

tikigodIt’s not such a bad life, being a tiki god outside the Tahiti-Fa’aa International Airport in Papeete.

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Nobody really worships me anymore, but the hepcat money just rolls in. And I get to watch the planes come in.

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I wonder who’s president in America now. It’s probably not still that Kennedy. I don’t get to see the paper much except when one flutters past.

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Still, almost all the people who get off the plane are white guys with expensive clothes, so I guess there can’t have been too much of a shakeup.

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It gets kind of boring during the off season, but it could be worse.

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Hapahala says that this place is a real dump compared to Sydney Airport in Australia, but I think he’s full of crap. I don’t think he’s ever even been to Australia. Unta-Tahiki says he’s never even seen him move from that rock over by the customs house.

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One good thing is that I get to work close to my wife. She’s mounted over the baggage claim.

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Of course that’s way over the hell on the other side of the building. But you don’t see me complaining! Women.

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I wonder if today’s flight will have any Japanese dudes on it. They usually come off the plane totally ripped. That’s fun to watch.

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No, it’s not such a bad life, being a tiki god outside the Tahiti-Fa’aa International Airport in Papeete.

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