omigod


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omigod

(ˌəʊmaɪˈɡɒd)
interj
informal an exclamation of surprise, pleasure, dismay, etc
[C20: from Oh, my God]
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"Omigod, what's that big wrinkly thing ('ting' if spoken by the Irish hopeful).
And if you keep making that wallet ever bulkier by putting receipts, other people's business cards, et cetera into it every day TRAVEL LIGHTWhen I had my "omigod" moment, I took everything out of my wallet and laid it out.
GET ready to scream "omigod, you guys" as one of the 21st Century's biggest musicals struts on to the stage at Playhouse Whitley Bay stage this week.
The high-pitched screech of opening number Omigod You Guys somewhat sets the tone for this show which, rather like a big ball of sugary candyfloss, envelopes you with its sickly sweetness.
She who didn't have a hint of soul in her monthly editorials in Vogue, in which, as soon as she took over Grace Mirabella, who took over Diana Vreeland, the true artist, and the only artist ever at the helm of Vogue as EIC, she turned everything like bags and shoes and belts and people, especially herself, into sacred objects, objects worthy of worship, and brandnames, once forbidden in the news, were all of a sudden in the headlines or titles, like The Devil Wears Prada, turning from proper to common nouns, turning into verbs, "Let's FaceTime!" turning into adjectives, "I'm having a Chanel moment, omigod." A bag is a bag is a bag, unless it's a Birkin.
This show may be lacking gravitas but Omigod You Guys it is a great night out.
"Omigod. Forget about the opioid crisis for me, man.
Sympathizing and no doubt drawing from her college courses, Lily solemnly concludes: "Omigod, the Catholic Church is, like, always bad."
There's one true dance number in Amelie, but people have told him, "Omigod, the entire show was choreographed!" while others say, "There was no choreography!"
Stereotypical "teen language" used in the dialogue, such as "epic" and "omigod" burdens the story throughout.
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