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But they always laugh HUGE at the end, when the other person drops. Even to this day, the women won’t juggle at night in fear of something bad happening to them or their families. See And they juggle 3-7 (confirmed) with the lore of up to 9 or even 11. His film also referenced that Hiko gave more status to the women and a higher eligibility for marriage to a nobleman.

Strong, bold, powerful, and they have no idea why I’m interested in them. And there are myths of Tongan Goddesses/Gods (Hikuleo), who are half male and half female, that juggle eyeballs in the underground and only in the daytime. And if these ladies do juggle 9 or more, then they are at world record status at this time. Bob Crossley produced a segment on Hiko in the 1980’s in his film ‘Juggle.’ In that film, he showed a woman juggling 7 nuts, a world record at the time.

At the last Census 79 per cent of people said they were European, 15 per cent Maori, 9 per cent Asian, 7 per cent Pacific and 1 per cent others - a total of more than 100 per cent because many had more than one ethnicity.

by Connie “Paprika” Leaverton, https:// Tonga Hey, jugglers and historians. I asked about this particular lore while in Tonga, and could not confirm it.

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Conversely, European men are far more likely to partner with Asian women, who tend to be smaller, than Asian men are to partner with European women.

The most common inter-ethnic combination in New Zealand, European/Maori couples, showed a weaker bias in the same direction than European/Pacific couples - 33,500 babies born in the five-year period had Maori fathers and European mothers, compared with 27,400 with European fathers and Maori mothers.

New Zealand has one of the world's highest rates of ethnic intermarriage, reflecting our diverse demographic mix.

"It's this evolutionary pressure that is still alive and well," said Statistics NZ demographer Robert Didham, who presented the results of the study at a Population Association conference in Auckland this week.

"You could say that we haven't changed much in those patterns and drivers and propensities for a large number of millennia." The study found European-mother/non-European-father couples were more than twice as common as the reverse combinations for babies with European and either Tongan, Tokelauan, Samoan, Niuean or Middle Eastern parents.

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