Girl 1: You wanna go clubbing?
Girl 2: Absotively Posilutely!
A term coined in the 1988 Disney film " Oliver and Co." For those cats that are just too cool for school and have mad amounts of street saviore faire
Dodger: And once you got the beat,
you can do anything.
Oliver: I can?
Dodger: Absotively Posilutely!
A confirmation, made whimsical from swapping word-endings... The usage goes back at least as far as "Dirty Duck", a comic strip (graphic novel) written by Bobby London in the 1970's, including the tag line: "Posilutely, Weevil!" "Absotively, Mr. Duck!".
This, in turn, refers back to the theme song by the Gallagher and Shean vaudeville act (big in the 1922 Zigfield Follies), each stanza ending in a punchline, and followed by Shean's query, "Absolutely, Mister Gallagher?" and Gallagher's reply, "Positively, Mister Shean!"
Blunting the offense of doubting someone: "You'll be on time, then? Absotively?", "Oh, posilutely!" (Absotively Posilutely)