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“Pray for Sex” refers to graffiti painted on a rock on Makua Beach in Oahu, Hawaii using the humorous play on a surfing term. Local surfers originally used the common phrase “Pray for Surf” which changed to “Pray for Sets” referring to “sets” of waves. In the 1960s, “Pray for Sex” was spray-painted on a large rock and has since become part of the surf culture lexicon.
Not a hawaiian aphrodisiac chant – pray for sex beach. (2014, January 31). Hawaii Aloha Travel. Retrieved February 12, 2021, from https://www.hawaii-aloha.com/blog/2008/10/11/not-a-hawaiian-aphrodisiac…