mmkay is the american version of saying ok,basically it is just a lazy way of saying ok.British folk are simple minded like me we dont want to extend our vocabluary so its just k.The british find this very amusing so were just retarded mmkay? do you understand people? mmmmmmkay
Student: Miss I feel poorly!
American Teacher: MMMkay!
Student 2: HA HA
Student 3: wats so fucking funny??
American teacher: No swearing mmkay?
Student: MMKAY you american bitch
Student 4: why the fuck am i involved again?
Student 3: OH NO I HAVE AMERICAN ITIS >.<
THIS WAS WRITTEN BY MY FRIEND LOUIS WHO IS VERY HOSTILE AND CALLS EVERYONE ALL THE TIME SO PLEASE ANY AMERICANS READING THIS DO MOT TAKE OFFENCE OR BLAME IT ON ME!!!
student 3: mmmmmmkay mmmmkay mkay you your sucH a MMKAY!!
Another way of saying OK. It is not used by the principal of South Park Elementary, it is used by the guidance counselor. It is also used by the teacher from the cartoon Beavis and Butthead.
Drugs are bad, mmkay?
A alternative slang word for OK. Originated from Comedy Central's South Park Counseler Mr.Mackey
Now kids, if I didn't know any better I'd say you were smoking, mm'kay?
2.added at the end of every sentence
drugs are bad mmkay.
now, i want you boys to clean this up mmkay?
a term used to say okay but instead with an M. Gets very annoying after used more than once.
did that teacher just say mmkay?
A slang word meant for "okay" which began in the southern dialect.
"Mmkay, I'll drop the kids off later."
Saying 'mmkay' is a type of a baby talk that people use to soften the mood.
"would you please clean your desk?"
Used in british/american cartoon South Park,it's MR.Garrason's favourite word "Mmkay!"
Its used in New york accents like my teacher she always replies mmkay even the answer should'nt be that.Mmkay is used to replicate the british word ok.Us british cannot be bothered to extened our vocabulary so lets just chill mmkay? understand mmkay.say thankyou to me mmkay?
student:Miss im feeling ill
American teacher: mmkay
Student 2: Miss he's feeling ill do you mean ok or your not bothered.
American teacher: mmkay?
Student: ok miss we will leave you now on your own
American teacher: mmkay mmmmmkay! mmaka mmkay!!