A bastardised version of a common English saying. Usually mistaken as "words from a Tongan woman's mouth", but in fact "words from a Samoan woman's mouth". Often utilized in Chemistry and shows signs of delayed answers, shortened vowel sounds and "aeh?" to make sure folks determine what you might be saying, which they never ever do despite you saying "aeh?"originated from Mt Roskill Grammar School, called following the Samoan biochemistry instructor Mrs Afele.