My son has a unique Samoan dialect of his own devising. I'm reluctant to correct him when he uses his slang version of Samoan because it's just too cute. I hear it so often that I am guilty of using it too, which just makes him think that his version of the language is more correct than mine. He has "corrected" me on more than one occasion!
Madison-ism #1: Ligi
Usage: Daddy, kago e ligi Papa i le kelefogi ua ou fia kalagoa ia Papa.
Madison-ism #2: Fukitown
Meaning: Lucky Foodtown
Usage: Daddy, kakou o i le Fukitown e faakau sa'u drink lanu red.
Madison-ism #3: Kigipo'o
Usage: Auoi, ua kiga laka kigipo'o.
Madison-ism #4: Niu Sheeland
Meaning: New Zealand
Usage: Daddy, ua ou fia alu a i Niu Sheeland i luga o le vaalele.
Madison-ism #5: Faapelea
Usage: Se leai Daddy! Fai faapelea!