In ancient greece, when they load ships with cargo, when tey check the cargo, (always placed in big vases,amphoreis), at the top of each vase, after sealing it they marked it with 2 letters. O K. that means Ola Kala.
everything is fine. so the vase was ready to "travel" in the cargo ship.
Many of those vases where found at greek shipwrecks in the deapths of seas, during ages.
But there are many other options, how the word ok was born, very intresting and worthly to investigate.
Taff :- You ok Pusher?
Pusher :- Yeah im Ok Taff are you ok?
Taff : Yeah im ok too, is Eve ok? I hope shes ok.
Pusher:- Yeah Eve's ok she said to ask if your ok too ok? oh and how are Wild Tol Havoc and Gow are they ok too?
Taff :- Gows says hes ok, Havoc says hes ok, Tol says hes ok and are all wondering if your ok.. ok?
an expression used when someone either understands something
something someone says when they are tired of talking about something, and they want to talk about something else but they don't want to be rude and just say so.
when used more than 3 times in a conversation, it gets really, really annoying.
person #2: ok
Jane: What do you think of me?
Person #1: i am playing in a concert tomorrow night.
Person #2: ok.