What does Coinkidink mean?

coinkydink (plural coinkydinks) (humorous, informal) A coincidence.

Who first said Coinkydink?

The use of “coinkydink” for “coincidence” is sometimes referred to as “eye dialect,” though that term (coined by the language scholar George P. Krapp in 1925) usually refers to the literary use of a nonstandard spelling to indicate the pronunciation of a poorly educated speaker.

What is meant by coincidental?

1 : resulting from a coincidence a coincidental resemblance. 2 : occurring or existing at the same time coincidental deaths.

What is a Quinky dink?

These Oreo donuts are light and fluffy original and chocolate glaze rings embellished with crushed Oreo biscuits. They can be stacked on top of each other to make a small donut cake.

What is a coincidence phrase?

A coincidence is when two events strangely or remarkably happen at the same time, but without any apparent reason or causal connection. For example, if you and your friend ran into each other in a big city out of the blue, that would be called a coincidence. B: What a coincidence! That’s what my mom’s cooking tonight.

Is Uncoincidental a word?

In a way that is uncoincidental.

What is coincidental contact?

happening by or resulting from coincidence; by chance: a coincidental meeting. existing or occurring at the same time.

What does quirky mean in English?

: having many quirks : unusual in especially an interesting or appealing way a quirky sense of humor quirky ideas/behavior a quirky and creative artist …

What is Coinky Dink slang for?

Coinkydink meaning (humorous, informal) A coincidence.

What a serendipity means?

: the faculty or phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for also : an instance of this.

How do you respond when someone says what’s a coincidence?

  1. If the coincidence has a positive outcome, you could say it was a happy accident, TFD gives the following definition:
  2. If the coincidence has a negative outcome, you could say it was a mishap, OLD gives the following definition:
  3. A more neutral noun is turn of events, which CD defines as: