Tuesday, April 17, 2012

OOOOOOooooooo ......

Hi, all,

It's Tuesday and we are now jetting into this new week. I hope you all are doing well. Yesterday was a great day, after power walking on the beach, I took clients shopping for fixtures for their great room remodel, and found AWESOME lighting. I can't wait to post some pics... I will in May, after our A-Z challenge is "O"ver.

Yes, today is "O" and I have a fun riddle for you. I hope you like it. It's a relatively easy one. As always, please leave your answer/ opinions in the comments. Today's post wants your "O"pinion.

Have a great day everyone and I will see you tomorrow.

I am an expression. Once considered to be blasphemy. But now, in today’s world it is spoken on the lips of many a person.
A decade or so ago only younger teen girls shrieked these words. It has evolved. 
Adults have adopted this vernacular in daily life. How odd? I often wonder why? Many don’t believe in a higher being, so why use this particular expression? 
There are more appropriate ways to get one’s point across, don’t you think?
What is the attraction?
Why use me in this way? 
“Oh, my God ... I’d really like to know!” 


  1. I was thinking OMG right off, but then you used it yourself farther down. Am I missing something??

  2. No clue but very interested to find out.

  3. I think the shortened OMG is what you are going for and are just being kind to those of us who are terrible with riddles! LOL. Roland

  4. Is it OMG? Or is that too obvious?

  5. OMG! I'd riddled out, batman! :)

    Awesome riddle. I like making the, too.

  6. I'm guessing OMG! Unless it is really obvious and actually "Oh, my God" written out as you mentioned in the riddle. ;)

  7. I'd guess OMG, but that seems too obvious . . .

    The Golden Eagle
    The Eagle's Aerial Perspective

  8. OMG; this was cool. And you know how anxious I am to see your pics of your remodeling work.

    I sent you an e-mail Dude. Look for it.


  9. OMG - how I hate that term when it's used in a derrogative manner - although, it's almost used like punctuation these days!

    (I brought a colleague up short when she was saying this in virtually every sentence, by replying '...I thought He was everybody's God, actually!)

    Hi, Michael - funny, I 'found' you on the 'surprise me' button in last year's challenge, and here I've landed again with the random blod-selector! ;-)

    Happy A-Z'ing! (oh, and I hope you WILL let us see the lighting you purchased - love to see what people do with their furniture and fittings!)

    SueH I refuse to go quietly!
    Twitter - @Librarymaid

  10. Hi Michael
    OMG breaks a commandment, yep, one of the big ten... serious stuff. ;)
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