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“Co za asy” is a Polish phrase and video comment posted by YouTube user MrMal on a FAILblog video and later popularized through a webisode by YouTube personality Ray William Johnson. The phrase is roughly translated into “What an ace…” in English, though in the context of FAILblog video, it is likely the comment was written in sarcasm.
The FAILblog video “Couch Mover FAIL” was uploaded via YouTube on February 21st, 2011:
In the comment section, YouTuber MrMal posted: “Co za asy…” As of Feb 28th, it has over 200 mentions of the phrase only 4 days after it is introduced to the internet.
Ray William Johnson reviewed the FAIL video in his Feb. 24th webisode Get a Job and noted it was a video originally from Poland due to prevalence of comments in Polish. He then followed up by trying his best to pronounce them and then finally came to a comment by MrMal that read “Co za asy…”. Since then, it has been seen around on a number of other videos’ comments and is usually the depiction of a fail. When someone does something stupid or something ridiculously dangerous, but people either miraculously survive or get really hurt; however, never killed.