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A phrase used on every single Polish video on the internet - EVERY SINGLE ONE. Phrase popularized by RWJ in his =3 series.

Means "What an asshole".

Commenting with "Co za asy..." automatically guarantees that you have the top rated comment.
by 92BTTB92 February 28, 2011
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When you have nothing better to say, you speak this overrated Polish word.

Made popular by RaywilliamJohnson
*Watches Cat Video*

comment- "co za asy!"

mom-Go clean your room!

You-co za asy!
by yoururbandictionary March 01, 2011
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1. Polish for "What an ace" (roughly)
2. A forced internet meme thanks to Ray William Johnson, who thinks he is the shit. He was trying to pronounce polish comments in a video he was reviewing, and the tweens who watch him became enthralled with this phrase.
Jack: *falls down stairs*
John: Co za asy!
by R0FLBOB March 02, 2011
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Polish phrase trending on YouTube. It roughly translates to "look at these aces" and is usually sarcastically used to point out a dumbass.
"I DON'T wanna marry someone if I don't have a job first."
"Co za asy...." (9 likes)
by Doctor Jello February 26, 2011
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“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
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A term "coined" by Ray William Johnson (AKA RWJ or fag). Basically, he used a common Polish expression in one of his videos and now every single one of his cult fucking followers claims to be the most original fuck in the world by screaming it in every failblog and break video on Youtube.

Isn't RWJ just hilarious and original in every mortal aspect possible?

No. He isn't.
1337player97: LOL! :D what a co za asy. :D :D :D :D :D

anonymous: Fuck RWJ.
by NotRWJ March 02, 2011
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“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
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