1. Used to express approval or agreement.
2. A response some bosses or executives expect after a question of status or quality of work
1st Person: I want you to clear out your desk.
2nd Person: Okie Dokie
1st Person: I need you to keep a record on those orders, and make sure to include the weekly gross.
2nd Person: I will make sure to do that, sir.
1st Person: You got that? keep up with those orders and don't forget the weekly gross amounts, Okie Dokie?
2nd Person: Okie Dokie.
1st Person: Okie Dokie, I'll see you next week.
"A-Rod will never be able to hit that Okie-Dokie, damn those Yankees suck."
when you go out and have no money.. You might use the line on a associate such as : Let me borrow $20 till i get to the ATM tonight. An escape route has already been mapped out to get away from the associate soon after the monies are in your possession.. This is know as pulling A okiedokie
convincing someone to go out for a couple pitchers of beer and having them pay for the first two
couple = two