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Oodles

(Novel Creation) Denoting a large quantity of something. =Probably first used among young children but then took on familiarity with parents and older siblings. The term holds comedic value More…

Oof

A way of conveying empathy without putting effort into coming up with an actual response (shows you care but not too much). =“I just broke up with my girlfriend.” “Oof.” Etymology : The More…

OOMF

stands for One Of My Followers as in one who follows another's tweets =Used primarily as a hashtag on twitter when referring to an individual that follows one’s tweets. See Subtweet* More…

Oop

an exclamation typically made following an something insulting, inappropriate, or offensive. Occasionally, it takes on the meaning of accident or apology. =The dropping of the More…

Oop (2)

(Novel Creation) To be caught off guard (normally by something that is unfortunate yet funny). =“Oop” is an onomatopoeia based on a sound someone makes when surprised, similar to “oof” or More…


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