When “OK” Became Kewl

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This is too good to ignore.

On this day in 1839, the term “OK” became part of United States vernacular. It stands for “oll korrect,” a popular misspelling of “all correct.”

As kiddos today use “kewl” for “cool” and “DZ” and “these,” young folks back then did the same kind of thing. Go figure.

The story is quite amusing. Take a few moments and read about it HERE.

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