Co za asy means ''What an ace'' in polish. It is a comment wich was posted on a video where a guy in Poland is moving some kind of couch in his underwear, and he drops it and breaks a window. Co Za Asy became popular when Ray William Johnson reviewed the video on his youtube show and mentionned the polish comment.
Dude 1: Co Za Asy!

Dude 2: Hahahahaha!

Dude 3: What the fuck are you talking about?

Polish dude: Ok, get over it...
by Mysteriousdude March 05, 2011
A supposed comment on a video called "Couch Mover FAIL" on Failblog's YouTube account. Ray William Johnson featured a screenshot of this comment in his video entitled "GET A JOB". The commenter's YouTube username was "MrMal" with capitalized "M"s. However the is no user on YouTube with this exact name, nor is there any comments saying "Co za asy" by a MrMal on the "Couch Mover FAIL" video. It is clear that the comment was made-up by Ray William Johnson in a bid to create a meme, which he succeeded in doing.

The phrase roughly translates as "What aces" in Polish.
Co za asy.......
MrMal
by xAnne April 02, 2011
“Co za asy” is a Polish phrase and video comment posted by YouTube user MrMal on a FAILblog video and later popularized through a webisode by YouTube personality Ray William Johnson. The phrase is roughly translated into “What an ace…” in English, though in the context of FAILblog video, it is likely the comment was written in sarcasm.

Because the phrase "co za asy" is so fun ( and catchy) to say it is being commented on almost every video that has to do with the Polish.
*Polish guy blows him self up accidentally*

Person that likes to use overused comments: CO ZA ASY...
by Stuntmanuel123 March 11, 2011
“Co za asy” is a Polish phrase and video comment posted by YouTube user MrMal on a FAILblog video and later popularized through a webisode by YouTube personality Ray William Johnson. The phrase is roughly translated into “What an ace…” in English, though in the context of FAILblog video, it is likely the comment was written in sarcasm
CO ZA ASY
by Mr.Pringles March 05, 2011
A sentence, used in one of ray william johnson's videos. it is polish and means something like: how genius! in an ironic way. but most of the people dont know what it means and just write it as comment under nealry every video. now it is way over used, you can find it everywhere!
A comment from a video about a cute kitteh:
Co za asy .........
by Minsyaa March 09, 2011
An awesome meme started by RWJ on one of his episodes "Get A Job". It roughly translates to "What an ace" and it widely found on popular youtube videos.
Dude 1: Dood I burned my toast.

Dude 2 : Co Za Asy....
by SomeAwesomeMothafkerxD March 13, 2011
One simple sentence to describe any video
A:hey bro did u see the new video?
B:yeah
A:co za asy!!!
by Define urself!!!! March 11, 2011
A word used as a substitution of the word "fail", usually said as its own sentance. pronounced (koa zah AH-See)
Daniela-10 + 13 = 27 right...?
Andrew-co za ASY
by Co za yo moma ;) March 09, 2011

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