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omg
Possibly the most irritating piece of chatroom vernacular in existence. Often used by teenage girls in chatroom who, for some reason, punctuate their sentences with "Like", "Totally", "soooooooo" and "Lolz."

Correct Response - "Speak proper, or STFU, N00B!"
"OMG WTF! u nevaz did dat, like, dats like, fkin gay! if i did dat id be like, wowz!!!!" - Actual AOL chat quote.
von KHD 27. August 2003
 
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OMG
Net-centric abbreviation for the popular exclamation "Oh my God!" (generally used in conversations to exclaim surprise or disgust). Most commonly used by teenage girls who find it depressingly hard to type out an entire word. Reinforces assumptions that humans seem to be getting dumber from generation to generation. See also u, like.
Teenage idiot: "like OMG did u c dat totaly cutte gy? he wuz like, so cutte"

Silent then proceeds to sock her in the face.
von Silent 21. April 2003
 
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OMG
Used by retarded teenagers.
They say it stands for OH MY GOD, but they really mean it stands for OBSERVE MY GAYNESS
Retarded Teenager: OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!
Me: I am
Other Person: Hey dipshit is it really too hard for you to spell Oh My God
von Scribbler 18. März 2005
 
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OMG
An acronym of the Phrase Oh my God, originated from online chat, and is commonly used in online games and web chat.
Chat: OMG she is so hot!

Gaming: Liek OMG i pwned you!
von Terry Baldock 4. April 2005
 
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omg
Acronym. Generally "Oh my God!" For some people that don't like taking the Lord's name in vain, "Oh my gosh!" For Googlists, "Oh my Google!"
OMG there's a lot of pages on the internet!
von mikeejimbo 13. Juli 2006
 
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OMG
Oh My God
Oh
My
God
also see OMFG
OMG I just got laid!
von F4T4L 20. September 2005
 
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A internet abbrieviation that has managed to break communication boundaries and is spoken by some in public.
Simply put OMG means, Oh my god!

Person 1: "Look at her outfit, can you believe someone would wear that?"

Person 2: "O M G. , have they even heard of the word fashion."
von Sean Big Red 1. Juli 2006