rule OK

rule OK

To be the best; to be the most dominant or in control; to be the most favored or supported by the public. (Used originally in relation to football clubs or local gangs in graffiti writing.) Primarily heard in UK. Someone had come with a can of black spray paint and crossed out the big "Leeds Rules OK" that was painted on the side of the school. But in this part of the country, the conservatives rule OK with almost no opposition.
See also: OK, rule

— rule(s), OK?

used to express your enthusiasm for a particular person or thing. informal, humorous
2000 Elle Here at ELLE we've always been big fans of Kerrigan's urban babewear, and this season…she really rocked. Daryl K rules, OK?
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David Holland, from Results Rule OK, will set off in a rocket-styled car for Europe's rally adventure Monte Carlo or Bust Charity Rally.
I've always quite looked forward to the golden years of life (I'm an old soul: crosswords and crafting Rule OK) and, armed with a good primer and a slimming mirror, I've embraced my wrinkles and chucked away everything sequined.
The good lady Kathryn's top choice was the sushi and shell fish starters and, just in case you're forgotten from the last review, the British Rock Oysters still rule OK!
After releasing their debut album, Dandys Rule OK, in 1995, the quartet have gone on to clock up seven Top 40 singles in the UK charts.
Skullduggery and chicanery rule ok. Cover-ups and corruption are rife.
District Judge Bernadette Kelly told him: "It's a case of Lithuanian rule OK.
The emotional manipulation of viewers has to stop - it's patronising, pathetic and it makes my pal Linda and I sob into our chicken kormas every Saturday (saps rule OK).
Of course Newcastle supporters will have none of it publicly ( Mags rule OK? ( but privately the fear must be that Keane is their Keegan.
Since 1995's "Dandy's Rule OK?" the band has been putting out records through Columbia.
Rule 2: TLAs Rule OK! For many of us, NASA put acronyms--especially three-letter acronyms (TLAs)--firmly on the linguistic map during the moon-landing program of the 1960s.
Fabiano Martell (Bernardo) and James McEvoy (Riff) convince us that hoodlums rule OK. And Anita Vettesse gives a performance that would fit into any future production of this musical.
HIT 70s comedy favourites the Goodies are back and bring their hit show The Goodies Still Rule OK! to the Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham tonight.
I'M reliably informed that The Goodies Still Rule Ok! will be a big hit at the Edinburgh Festival but what about Jammy Tarts and Spare Parts?
Rhodri Owen previews a new book which claims that granny and grandpa rule ok