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    Question hoky doky?

    A few days ago, I heard my teacher said "hoky doky" when he was busy setting up his computer. At that time, his computer seemed to have some problems. I am not sure if I spell "hoky doky" right. I have been looking up in the dictionary and searching on the internet, and I cannot find the explanation. Could someone help me with this question which puzzles me a few days?

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    Re: hoky doky?

    He probably said "okey dokey," which is just another way of saying "OK" or "everything is all right."


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    Re: hoky doky?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    He probably said "okey dokey," which is just another way of saying "OK" or "everything is all right."
    There is also a longer version that goes:

    OKEY DOKEY ARTICHOKEY!

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