You didn't know that OK stands for oll korrect in old English, amirite?

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It stands for oll korrect in Andrew Jackson's version of spelling, actually

So then OK is not an abbreviation, but okay is an un-abbreviation?

I thought it was for old kinderhook

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I was told it was from WWI or WWII, they'd say 0 killed at the end of the day, but it eventually got shortened to OK

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