A prefix pertaining to a certain social situation, to give it more emphasis and meaning. Can be used in response to a question or as a stand alone statement. Often used as a filler behind a subject or clause of a statement.
Originated as a parody of the extensiveness of the the popular Australian coopers beer range, in particular Coopers clear.
Often confused as a homage, or advertising for coopers. But reference was orginally intended as parody.
Mike: No one laughed at that joke
Luke: Coopers Tough Crowd
Julian: Do you want to go for a run?
Sam: Coopers exams
Luke: Coopers is that your real name?
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