A slang phrase appended to a word (usually a noun), to form a rhetorical question, which denotes superiority (ie. so-and-so Rules, OK?) It sometimes appears without a comma or question mark, but always appears with the informal "ok" as opposed to "okay". The phrase's first recorded use was in 1975, but it is rumored to have originated as early as the 1930's among the Glasgow "Razor Gangs". Rival gangs were known to tag each other's turf with "(gang name) Rules, Ok?" during disputes over territory as a part of gang warfare.
Actual Examples:
Dandys Rule, OK?

Heisenberg probably Rules, OK?
James Bond rules, OOK?
Dyslexics lure, KO.
Potassium Ethoxide rules C2H5OK
by Kinguy May 5, 2006
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A funny phrase James May wrote on the side of Richard Hammond's pickup truck for the US Special of the BBC series Top Gear. This phrase became popular for them almost getting shot by people in Alabama. During a fuel stop they were confronted by "rednecks", who were offended by the slogans causing the crew and presenters to flee.
James May: *writes "Man Love Rules OK" on the side of Hammond's pickup truck*
Jeremy Clarkson: "what you've done James, is killed your friend..."

*later in Alabama*

Woman: Now, are y'all gay looking to see how long it takes to get beat up in a hick town?
Jeremy Clarkson: I am running for the border.
Richard Hammond: They could have killed us!
Jeremy Clarkson: I honestly believe that in certain parts of America now, people have started to mate with vegetables.
by Julian-does-a-lot November 13, 2022
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