Why we say “OK”
- Published on: 2018-09-12
- There’s a two-letter word that we hear everywhere. OK. Okay. OK, are you OK Annie? OK OK OK, OK ladies… OK! OK. Alexa, turn off the living room light. OK. But, what does OK actually mean? And where did it come from? Hm. OK. Okay then. OK, thank you. Haha. was in order. in the Boston Morning Post. clear: Old Kinderhook was “oll korrect.” Konspiracy” or “Orful Katastrophe” Hah. But it was a win for OK. and dashes representing letters of the alphabet. This was OK’s moment to shine. operators on the expanding US railroad. OK had become serious business. they’re easy to communicate. It has to do with how OK looks. around 22nd in the alphabet. Krispy-Kreme and Kool-Aid. It’s the K that makes it so memorable. believe. Choctaw gave us the word OK… was embedded in our language. OK then. Okay then. Learn to truly love yourself. OK. OK. Get yourself up here! OK! I don’t know what to say. Say OK. OK. It’s settled then! and accepts information. If your “food was OK,” then it was acceptable. And “OK” confirms a change of plans. it. Not bad for a corny joke from the 1830s. Alright guys, cut it out.
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