a word commonly used throughout north east and south east england it means the same as OK but is a laidback and 'chilled' way of saying. it is pronaouced as if you are trying to say OK when you are pissed. it can also be lenghteend to yohokaokokaokahoyoa
fred says:
ok
fred says:
or should we say
fred says:
yoka
jamie says:
no
de hotkins 14 juin 2008

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