One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to express approval or delight.‘They went to Europe? Cool beans’
- ‘In short, Al is cool beans.’
- ‘Cool beans, Jeff's back and I can claim my prize!’
- ‘He's wearing stage make-up, which he carries in a little bag, and he uses expressions like "Cool beans!"’
- ‘If he's downloaded OpenOffice I know what his reaction was after installing it - cool beans.’
- ‘Cool beans, here's Arthur Clarke presenting Adapted Screenplay.’
- ‘Cool beans if you have an SLR, but I wonder how much the lens/software package is going to cost you.’
- ‘They're doing the song in character. Cool beans.’
- ‘I have a cool beans idea, but I need some advice.’
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