I went to a national conference in high school for a vocational education organization. This conference is pretty big, and each state has pins that you can trade/collect. Some states also brought things, like hats or necklaces, that become hot items. Hawaii has the most desired pin because they send the fewest students, and they also tend to bring goodies like leis to trade. One of the other students I was with (I'll call him Frank) exchanged his hat for one of these knickknacks from, Hawaii. A necklace made out of shells or wood or something, I am still not entirely sure what it was.
The leader of our schools group did not go because none of his students were attending, but he had attended in the past. he had never gotten a Hawaii pin and asked us to get one. I managed to get him one, and asked my teacher chaperon if I could tell him when she was checking in on the phone. I blurt out "I got you your Hawaii pin, and Frank traded his hat for a lei!" My teacher realizes this sounds like he traded it for a lay, and she started saying "A flower one!" I don't realized what happened, and I shove the foot in further and say "No, it was wood!"