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The rudest way possible to say ok
"Dude I'm so happy I got an A on the test!"

by Unknownlololol January 09, 2017
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Briefly, "the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own." Originally from the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, which has a lot more beautiful neologism definitions like this you might enjoy.
I felt deep sonder thinking about the all the people who looked up this word along with me.
by rednos January 10, 2013
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something a guy or girl will say sometimes when they dnt really care about what u just told them
txt from gal;hey,baby i just got home
txt from guy;ok
by rockstar_famous July 10, 2008
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The word you use when people ask how you r but ur life is a pice of shit so you say I'm ok how r u
Dad: how are you son
Nate:I'm ok. How are you

Dad: I'm swell
by Hey violet12 May 04, 2017
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"Ok" is used when you best friend is mad at you and she doesn't want to talk to you.
girl: I just saw End game
friend: ok
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I'm not okay, I'm dying inside, but I'm not going to tell you because you don't give a shit, and it would make me feel even worse.
by Pfffft no November 29, 2014
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OK is a quintessentially American term that has spread from English to many other languages. Its origin was the subject of scholarly debate for many years until Allen Walker Read showed that OK is based on a joke of sorts. OK is first recorded in 1839 but was probably in circulation before that date. During the 1830s there was a humoristic fashion in Boston newspapers to reduce a phrase to initials and supply an explanation in parentheses. Sometimes the abbreviations were misspelled to add to the humor. OK was used in March 1839 as an abbreviation for all correct, the joke being that neither the O nor the K was correct. Originally spelled with periods, this term outlived most similar abbreviations owing to its use in President Martin Van Buren's 1840 campaign for reelection. Because he was born in Kinderhook, New York, Van Buren was nicknamed Old Kinderhook, and the abbreviation proved eminently suitable for political slogans. That same year, an editorial referring to the receipt of a pin with the slogan O.K. had this comment: “frightful letters... significant of the birth-place of Martin Van Buren, old Kinderhook, as also the rallying word of the Democracy of the late election, ‘all correct’.... Those who wear them should bear in mind that it will require their most strenuous exertions... to make all things O.K.”
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