If you live in Fiji, then you’ll most likely have come across a group of people that love speaking in opposites.

Speaking in opposites used to be limited to yes or no questions and then it just slowly started spreading to other sentences and words.

Now, however, it has spread to restaurant names, street names, and even the most mundane words of the day that you never thought could be included in the opposite’s vocabulary.



Now we all know that we have none other than our brothers and sisters of the rainbow community to thank for this and we hope it doesn’t go anywhere anytime soon.

We managed to collect some tweets from Fijians who shared their own experiences with speaking in opposites and we’ve got some of our favourite ones here.






Let us know in the comments some of your opposites experiences!