oh and

"oh and" is the new "p.s."

When used properly, "oh" corresponds to "post" and "and" corresponds to "script".

One may add a second "oh and" by simply putting a second "oh" in the beginning of the statement to designate another afterthought. It should read as follows "oh oh and", which would correspond to "post post script".

In context it should read like the following example:

hey man go check out my new epic youtube vid!

oh and dont forget to rate it!

oh oh and make sure you tell your friends!!

by the nicksta January 11, 2011

oh oh oh



by Hi, I'm a Satanist uwu December 21, 2020

oh no, oh no


some random guy: "oh no, oh no, o-"
Kool-aid man: "OHHHH YEAHHHH"
some random guy: "wtf"

by pp123987 March 11, 2021


Used when having an orgasim or when your pretending to have an orgasim

"OH OH OH OH!" -when having sex or when messin about with mates

by Lube-Lu The Demon Child March 30, 2006


Used to declare when someone says something false in argument; a rebuttal would be said afterward.

"I beat everyone in Madden" "Oh-oh-oh, how you gonna say that, my little brother beat you yesterday"

by socitytable September 26, 2003


What we should call the first decade of the 2000's.
Oh-oh implies that a lot of stuff went really strangely, and surprisingly wrong, exactly what has happened.
- Dubya, climate change, terrorism, swine-flu, recession --> all pretty much an oh-oh decade.

"I haven't felt financially stable since the oh-ohs."
"Back in the oh-ohs, weird shit was happening every few months"
"The recession started in the late oh-ohs"

by bgnsg July 31, 2009

oh that’s not-

it’s a popular saying on twitter that you say when someone says something stupid, wrong or awkward. it’s not a full sentence but if it was it would usually mean “oh that’s not it”, “oh that’s not right”, “oh that’s not what i asked for” etc.

Example 1 :
Person 1 : “ Wait y’all wash your legs?”
Person 2 : “oh that’s not-”

Example 2
Chubby & Short Person : “Wait why am i lowkey built like Kendall Jenner
Person 2 : “oh that’s not-”

by I got the words March 1, 2022