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Derivative of the more common "sokay" or "it's okay"

Used in a jokingly condescending tone, when it is actually NOT OKAY. Used to place guilt onto the person.

Normally used in a high pitched, falsetto voice, and often dragged out, or said quickly two times (ex: "sooooookay" or "SOOKAY! SOOKAY!"
"Oh, you don't want to hang out? SOOKAY!, SOOKAY!.. I go alone, Sooookay"

"You're seriously going to buy an Xbox One instead of PS4?, you must enjoy basura. SOOOKAY!"
by Fabrikator October 28, 2013
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