Who the hell says "Oh My Goddess?" —This unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs).
- Feminists. Pagans. (yes, it is real usage) Robert Ullmann 01:32, 10 October 2007 (UTC)
Is it ever written in all caps? I don't recall ever seeing it used like this...18.104.22.168 16:21, 10 February 2008 (UTC)
- I use it capitalized, but yes, it is often lowercase-only. The early Wiktionary convention was to capitalize all abbreviations, acronyms and initialisms. --Connel MacKenzie 16:26, 10 February 2008 (UTC)
oh my goodness
What about “Oh my goodness”? It seems to me that is much more common than “oh my goddess”.
DON'T put the actual f word on there! Put f*** or f---!
- Why? This is a dictionary. We want to tell people what words mean, not obscure the meaning. --EncycloPetey 23:44, 1 October 2008 (UTC)
- Wiktionary is not, was not, was never supposed to be, never will be, censored. Get over it. Skiendog 06:50, 2 January 2010 (UTC)
Feedback: Swedish usage(s)
Regarding Swedish "OMG" adjective-form. ("...Abbreviation of omogen (immature)...") (Now, I haven't looked into the Wiktionary guidelines, so this might be superfluous.)
Never ever heard of it. The main use is the initialism-form afaik. As an initialism it's heavily used slang in Sweden, online and verbally, and with the same meaning as in English. Just mentioning because: If you know some Swedish and are about to say something using slang, I really wouldn't recommend something like... (example)
- "OMG!!! Han är SÅ omg!"
- ("OMG!!! He is SO immature!")
...since: If not all, most would wonder what the h*ck you're saying! :) It would be interpreted as:
- "OMG!!! He is SO omg!" :D
If you were to encounter the English equivalent above, you too would probably wonder "What the...?!"
(Ignoring lack of adjective-form equivalent in English.) "IMT"? :P
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