Posted by Ray Gough on December 04, 2000
In Reply to: Re: Okey-dokey posted by ESC on January 14, 19100
: : I have seen the origin of the phrase okey dokey as a slang expression for OK. I also see that it was first used in the 1930's. Can someone tell me how and where it was first used in the 1930's? In newspapers, magazines, radio, movies? Does anyone have specific instances of its early use? Any information along these lines will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Pastor Ray Gough