Friday, May 14, 2010


Question of the Day: When y'all use the acronym OMG, how many of you translate it thusly:

"Oh. My. God!"

And how many of y'all translate it in this fashion?

"Oh. My. Gosh!"

Just sayin'.


Ma What's 4 dinner said...

OH please, I'm a valley girl, a for real legit, grew up in the San Fernando Valley in the 80's and hung out at the Galleria valley girl. So it's like totally OH MY GOD!

Lots of yummy love,
Alex aka Ma What's for Dinner

Traci said...

Oh my gosh!!! You're right.

P.S. Did you see on Oprah? He paid off mortgages for two hardworking famiies who hit rough spells. I like him because he lives what he speaks.

Jenners said...

Always 'Oh My God" ... though I probably shouldn't.

Susie said...

I love Ma's comment!!

Kristin said...

I can't hate on Usher...YEAH YEAH.

June Freaking Cleaver said...

Usually, it means "Oh, My God"...but once in a while, I have an Annie flashback and say, in a highpitched, whiny tone "Oh my goodness, oh my goodnessssssss".

Lucy said...

I wish I could be a good Catholic girl and say 'Oh My Gosh' but truly it is 'Oh My God' and as I tell my students in religion class if you say 'Oh My Gosh' but in your heart you are thinking 'Oh My God' then well, you are screwed. Oh, I don't say screwed in religion class that would get me fired but you get the gist (lol)

HappyChyck said...

Oh, I always mean God, but in places where I might offend, I say gosh or goodness.

Betty said...

I always mean God; when writing:OMG,
when talking; oh my goodness; I just wouldn't like to offend anyone.
B xx


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