Which makes me think of the word copasetic. A few months ago a friend used it on me. It sounded so official I figured it was a "real" word. I looked it up and it appears to be now largely unused slang from the US on the 20s. Anyone heard of it?
The guy I know is from Toronto and I have heard him use other phrases that appear to originate in the northeast US. Torontonians seem more affected by New York et al than places like, say, Iowa.
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