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3-30-2012 @ 11:28AM
I don't think 'kk' is short for 'ok' - it's short for 'okay, cool' (or 'kool' if you can stand it...). Ok just means, 'I hear what you're saying'. 'kk' means 'I hear what you're saying - and I like it!' I use both ok and kk, depending on how happy I am about what I'm hearing. :-)
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