Well i used to have some skilled sticky fingers of my own back in the day so i know a shoplifted dress when i see one mmkay.
I looked back to him...mmkay brown hair dark eyes...high cheek bones that lucky monkey I wonder if he has some native American.
C: I want you to re:st (.) re:st (.) as much as you can do (.) is just re:st (.) hhh when >you go< home (.) >you tell< your husband you make dinner honey (.) hhh you take care of me (.) . . . I need >to set< down (.) I need >to rest< (.)P: mmkay (.)C: and >get down< (.) watch your sodium (.) the salt=
“I’ll tell you a secret if you promise not to tell anybody, not even the missus, m’kay?”
But do keep in mind that this film [viz. South Park] is not for the faint of heart, and it ain’t for kids, m’kay?
“Well, I’m going to take a picture of your arm and then this nice doctor is going to fix it for you, okay?”
Drugs are bad, m’kay?
She was sitting perched on her desk, in that nonchalant, ‘mmkay?’ way teachers do when they’re trying to pretend they’re down with the kids.
Origin of m-kay
- Nasalized variant of okay. Perhaps made popular by frequent appearance in the cartoon South Park as Mr Mackey's catchphrase; earlier, apparently only in linguistic transcriptions of speech.