OMG!

Oh My God! That is what the topic would be for the proposer of the topic Maria.

Whenever we are in communication, when she says Oh My God, I inevitably say “He is mine too”. And if the topic is a little more intense, I might even say “What May I Do For You Now Dear?”

Somehow or the other OMG in India has come to mean only one thing and I have posted about it earlier and without being a bore, I recommend that my readers to there.

OMG who cares?

What else can I write about this very odd topic?

This topic was suggested by Maria the gaelikaa for the weekly Friday Loose Bloggers Consortium where currently nine of us write on the same topic every Friday. I hope that you enjoyed my contribution to that effort.  The seven other bloggers who write regularly are, in alphabetical order,  AshokgaelikaaLin, Maxi, Padmum, Pravin,  Shackman and The Old Fossil. Do drop in on their blogs and see what their take is on this week’s topic. Since some of them may post late, or not at all this week, do give some allowance for that too!

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15 Responses to OMG!

  1. Looney says:

    Since OMG is not a complete sentence, I generally encourage those who use it to finish the thought. e.g. OMG, please help get me through another day with this madman boss who is terrorizing me …
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  2. Thanks to you, I watched and enjoyed the movie. 🙂
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  3. Ursula says:

    OH MY GOD! It’s not a phrase in my daily vocabulary. Too gushing. But will use it when I write. My preferred phrase is “Dear dog in heaven”. Sounds more laid back then my default “for fuck’s sake”. Not that I say the latter out aloud. Ever. It’s not the done thing. One does have standards. As does dear sweet gaelikaa. Who knows what she REALLY thinks at times. Being Irish, Catholic and all that – boundaries were drummed into her with her mother’s milk. Now she lives in India, does have an Indian MIL, a – by all accounts – somewhat distant husband (Indian) and a loved brood to bring up (in India). It’s enough to drive anyone to the brink. OH MY GOD.

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  4. nick says:

    Oh my God, what can I say? Like Ursula, I tend to use it when I’m writing but not when I’m speaking. Mainly because the Northern Irish are very religious and I might easily offend someone with the expression.
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  5. tammy j says:

    i said it just this morning. having turned the corner back to the land of the living.
    as in. OMG. i can’t believe it!
    ursula makes me laugh.
    one of the cutest movies about GOD is the one with the late george burns as god. it’s called ‘oh god!’
    in the last scene he’s in a safari outfit … off to take care of his wildlife.
    if you didn’t see it years ago… it’s worth a look.
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  6. wisewebwoman says:

    I sue it on texts or PMs but favour the f-bomb more, it has always felt empowering to me as my upbringing was so strict.
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