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Evrything Is Okey Dokey

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  1. Kazizragore
    Everything's Okey-Dokey. 27 likes. If you say okey-dokey, we and Dean like you!Followers:
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  2. Naran
    Everything's okey-dokey in the Okefenokee That sheriff ain't snoopin' around So cook that moonshine down 'Til it's good and clear Everything's okey-dokey in the Okefenokee That sheriff he'd soon mess around with the devil Than to get his self long messin' around in here Location website: [Web Link].
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  3. Kazralar
    Everything is Okey Dokey Sheet music – January 1, by John Jacob (Music and Lyrics Loeb (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John Jacob (Music and Lyrics Loeb.
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  4. Yozshujar
    Nov 25,  · Like okay, 'okey-doke' is used to indicate that all is well, e.g. 'everything is okay here', but may be used when responding positively to a request. That is exemplified in this piece from Colin MacInnes' book City of Spades, "One Guinness stout, right, I thank you, okey-doke, here it is.".
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  5. Kazralmaran
    Dec 03,  · Everything is okey dokey when you do the hokey pokey. seems to have been forgotten, replaced by the much blander: You do the hokey pokey and you turn yourself around. What’s up with that? Comments are no longer being accepted.
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  6. Mok
    Jun 08,  · My friend and I got into a really heated argument on whether "okie dokie" or "okey dokey" is correct. I was on the -ie side, she was on the -ey side. We took about 30 fellow students and asked them which way they spelled it. All of them said that they use -ie. We consulted her mother, an English teacher, who said that she spelled it -ey.
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  7. Vitilar
    Okey-dokey What's the meaning of the phrase 'Okey dokey'? 'Okey-dokey' is just an extended form of 'okay'. There are some alternative meanings, coined in the late 20th century and limited to the USA, e.g. 'absurd or ridiculous' and 'to swindle or deceive'. What's the origin of the phrase 'Okey dokey'? This little phrase is a variant of okay.
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  8. Mezilabar
    Okey Dokey Donkey () Okey Dokey Donkey. Not unlike Casper the Friendly Ghost, little Spunky the Burro, is having a hard time finding a friend, so he takes a horse from a carousel and sets out to visit the fair with his synthetic, See full summary»/10(1).
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  9. Shabar
    Translation of 'Okey Dokey' by MINO (Song Min Ho (송민호)) from Korean, English to English.
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