Makuta Means No Worries

Random Thought: Hakuna Matata. You take the 'H' and the 'N' from 'Hakuna' and trade them with the 'M' the 'T' from 'Matata'. What do you have? Makuta.
Makuta is Hakuna Matata mashed together.

Therefore Makuta's name means 'no worries' though it may mean no worries for himself, and not those around him....I need to go to bed...

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This is a fun thought, but I don't think it really deserves its own topic.

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...For the rest of your days.
Makuta matan(ui)!

Good timing. XDD

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Moving to the ctrl+v topic 'cause I think it could kinda fit into the chaos there. XD

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