“Okie From Muskogee” made fun of hippies and extolled small-town virtues, but it did it with some tongue in cheek.
When do you arrive in this favorite land of yours for you Okie junket?
Okie managed a fainthearted grin, uncertain of whether his leg was being pulled.
Okie, the proprietor, was on duty readying the place for the night shift.
Okie arbitrarily judged the gold piece to be worth ten dollars.
"Listen, you guys," Okie pounded his fat finger into Sartan's chest.
Okie took the piece between his fingers, examined it and frowned.
It was Okie, massive and mean looking, using his barrel belly to push his way through to the two aliens and the unlucky gambler.
He removed a large pentagonal piece of metal from his pocket and gave it to Okie.
"Comin' right up," Okie mumbled, his attention still wrapped around the crypterpreter.
"migrant agricultural worker," especially one driven from farms in Oklahoma during the Dust Bowl, 1938, short for U.S. state of Oklahoma.
"Okie use' ta mean you was from Oklahoma. Now it means you're a dirty son-of-a-bitch." [John Steinbeck, "The Grapes of Wrath," 1939]
A native or resident of Okinawa (WWII armed forces)