A twist on the good ol' "okey-dokey". Has the same jovial tone as okey-doke and okey-dokey but can also be used in a resigned or exasperated tone. Whatever the tone of voice (or text) the meaning is the same - it means OK.
May also be spelt: okecky-dokecky.
Mel: So I was thinking that instead of blue paint for the window trim we use yellow...
Kel: No, no - it has be blue. The clients specified blue!
Mel: Well maybe we should ask the -
Kel: NO. They've already said their decision is final.
Mel: (does a half-shrug) Okeky-dokeky.
1 — A term used for females who wear excessive make-up which results in them looking either whorish or like a circus clown or BOTH, but nevertheless extremely ridiculous, gross and tacky.
2 — Also used to describe a particular style of make-up which if often darkly outlining facial features such as eyes, lips and cheeks for glamour purposes. It could focus on all three or a combination of them. This style of make-up is intended to look that way and is usually done in a manner that does NOT look completely taste-less (not really 'day make-up', though).
1 — "Did you see that teacher? How can she wear so much make-up when she's coming to work to teach Maths? She looks like a fucken clown hooker."
2 — "My daughter, Sabrina, was in a magazine photoshoot for this Winter themed article. They put really heavy 'glamour' make-up on her. The photographic director told the make-up artist to create "a cold clown hooker feel", whatever that means."
- The feeling of being so 'not-amused' that you might just slip into a coma.
- When comedy just ain't comical.
Donna: I watched this Billy Connolly stand-up DVD with my brother and I was so bored. I nearly slipped into a comady!
Martha: Really? I think Connolly is good for laughs, except sometimes I find what he says to be a little incomprehensible.
When a guy or a girl sounds very smart in a (most often private) conversation about romanticism (i.e. love, nature, etc...) and it seems very romantic and delicious.
Bree: How was your date with Kath?
Troy: It was quite good actually. Truth be told, when you introduced us I thought she was a bit dull, but she turned out to be rather romantilicious.
Bree: Yeah, she's a smart cookie. And a fun one at that.
Troy: I'm seeing her again the day after tomorrow.
Where the fandom often pretends that the writers got it wrong.
Irene: "I wrote some fanfiction where Fred Weasley survived the Battle of Hogwarts and he and George move their shop to Hogsmeade."
Benita: "That's not what happened in the books."
Irene: "Er, yeah. That is why it is FANFICTION."
Benita: "Oh, right."