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26th Oct '17 3:10:40 PM LavonPapillon1
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* BigOMG: When Nino finds Marinette in Chapter 1 of ''Fanfic/WontTellASoul.''
-->Ladybug: Oh my god.\\
Nino: Oh my god.\\
Ladybug: Oh my god!\\
Nino: [=OH MY GOD=]!\\
Ladybug: Nino shut up!\\
Nino: [[TheUnintelligible STAFHKSOIFHKS]].
9th Oct '17 7:06:52 PM PaulA
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* On ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}'', Ann Romano turned it into a catchphrase. She didn't say it loud, but she did draw it out: "Ohhhh, myyyy goooood..."

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* On ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}'', Time|1975}}'', Ann Romano turned it into a catchphrase. She didn't say it loud, but she did draw it out: "Ohhhh, myyyy goooood..."
9th Oct '17 6:25:00 PM PaulA
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* On ''Series/OneDayAtATime'', Ann Romano turned it into a catchphrase. She didn't say it loud, but she did draw it out: "Ohhhh, myyyy goooood..."

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* On ''Series/OneDayAtATime'', ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}'', Ann Romano turned it into a catchphrase. She didn't say it loud, but she did draw it out: "Ohhhh, myyyy goooood..."
9th Sep '17 6:18:26 PM Gideoncrawle
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* In ''Fanfic/TheLegendOfTotalDramaIsland'', people say variations (“Oh gosh” and so on) as well as stronger things in various situations; but when somebody says the exact words, "Oh my God", it means that the speaker thinks someone's life is in grave—and usually immediate—danger.

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* In ''Fanfic/TheLegendOfTotalDramaIsland'', people say variations (“Oh gosh” and so on) as well as stronger things in various situations; but when somebody says the exact words, "Oh my God", it means that the speaker thinks someone's life is in grave—and grave and usually immediate—danger.immediate danger.
20th Jun '17 11:58:28 AM erforce
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* In ''Film/TheWickerMan'' (1972), Sgt. Howie lets out a few of these in the final scene, as well as a well-delivered BigNo. Given Howie's strict Christianity, it seems likely that he is deliberately invoking God, rather than simply using the Big Man's name as an expletive.

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* In ''Film/TheWickerMan'' (1972), ''Film/TheWickerMan1973'', Sgt. Howie lets out a few of these in the final scene, as well as a well-delivered BigNo. Given Howie's strict Christianity, it seems likely that he is deliberately invoking God, rather than simply using the Big Man's name as an expletive.
16th Jun '17 12:48:41 PM whatkindofadayhasitbeen
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* ''Series/TheWestWing'': C.J. does this in response to Bartlet's comeback in the presidential debate.
* In a case of GratuitousEnglish for ''Series/HyakujuuSentaiGaoranger'', Gao Yellow yells this upon seeing a vampire-type thing rising from a coffin, smacking it with the nearest blunt object to emphsize each word.

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* ''Series/TheWestWing'': This happens a few times, usually comedically.
** The most notable examples are
C.J. and Donna's reactions to Josh's disastrous press briefing, which are, respectfully, "Oh my God" (repeated several times with increasing emphasis) and "Oh my God, Josh. I mean, oh my GOD!"
** Donna does this when she finds Josh hungover in his office, although she is speaking loudly intentionally to bother him.
** C.
J. does this in response to Bartlet's comeback in the presidential debate.
* ''Series/GreysAnatomy'': This is Meredith's reaction when she realizes that [[spoiler: John Doe is George.]][[spoiler: Then Meredith rushes off to tell everyone, they rush him into surgery, and he dies, making this far worse.]]
* In a case of GratuitousEnglish for ''Series/HyakujuuSentaiGaoranger'', Gao Yellow yells this upon seeing a vampire-type thing rising from a coffin, smacking it with the nearest blunt object to emphsize emphasize each word.
13th Jun '17 9:06:47 PM TheBigBopper
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Anime that use this as GratuitousEnglish are always strange because they enunciate it like a ValleyGirl -- but they obviously intended the less... silly version. It's routinely texted as OMG, and sometimes the ValleyGirl will literally say the letters, "OMG!"

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Anime that use this as GratuitousEnglish are always strange because they enunciate it like a ValleyGirl -- but they obviously intended the less... silly version. It's routinely texted abbreviated as OMG, OMG when typing, and sometimes the ValleyGirl will literally say the letters, "OMG!"
13th Jun '17 9:06:13 PM TheBigBopper
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Anime that use this as GratuitousEnglish are always strange because they enunciate it like a ValleyGirl -- but they obviously intended the less... silly version. It's routinely texted as OMG, and sometimes the ValleyGirl will say the literal letters, "OMG!"

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Anime that use this as GratuitousEnglish are always strange because they enunciate it like a ValleyGirl -- but they obviously intended the less... silly version. It's routinely texted as OMG, and sometimes the ValleyGirl will literally say the literal letters, "OMG!"
13th Jun '17 9:05:31 PM TheBigBopper
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[[caption-width-right:256: [[MemeticMutation Even Joseph Joestar is afraid!]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:256: [[MemeticMutation [[Memes/JoJosBizarreAdventure Even Joseph Joestar is afraid!]]]]
10th Jun '17 1:38:06 AM Nitramy
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* Mari Ohara in ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine'' lets one out after Aqours passes the preliminaries.

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* Mari Ohara in ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYMLbBG1dOg lets one out out]] after Aqours passes the preliminaries.qualifiers.
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