What Is the Hawaiian Tradition behind the Flower behind the Ear?

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The Hawaiian tradition behind the flower that is put behind the ear is about someone's relationship status. If the person is married, the flower is to be tucked behind the left ear if they'd like people to see they are married. If someone would like to advertise a status of eligibility, the one flower gets pinned behind the right ear. The way to remember is that the left side is closest to your heart/love.
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