OMGWTFBBQ

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Pronunciation[edit]

oh my God what the fuck barbecue, or /oʊmaɪgɑːdwətðəfəkbɑːrbɪkjuː/.

Etymology[edit]

OMG (oh my God) + WTF (what the fuck?) + BBQ (barbecue, irrelevantly, as another three-letter abbreviation).

Interjection[edit]

OMGWTFBBQ

  1. (Internet slang) An exclamation of extreme surprise or excitement (usually facetious, sarcastic, or exaggerated).
    • 2001 November 9, “Roach” (author), “Re: I Seek Sage Advice..or personal opinions...”, in alt.mountain-bike, Usenet,
      OMGWTFBBQ DOOD UR HELMET IS SO IMPORTANT OBVIOUSLY GO WITH RED FOOL THEN YOU GET LESS SPEEDING TICKETS LOOLOLOLOLOLLL!!!!!
    • 2005, Katherine Blashki and Sophie Nichol, “Game Geek’s Goss: Linguistic Creativity In Young Males Within An Online University Forum (94/\/\3 933k’5 9055oneone)”, in Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society, volume 3, number 2, page 83,
      Leet is a highly metatextual language characterised by increasingly complex layers of signification with each subsequent use of the term coined in the discussion and constant reference within the word itself to its previous iterations:
      […]
      6 ‘OMGWTFBBQ
    • 2007 November 2, “Acidqueen” or “Sorlak” (author), “Stories posted October 2007 (1/5 TOS)”, in alt.startrek.creative.erotica.moderated, Usenet,
      Summary: OMGWTFBBQ? I wrote het? Between Spock and Chapel... What is wrong with me today? This is a response to challenge number two in the Evil Plot Bunny Strikes Again thread.

References[edit]

  • “OMGWTFBBQ” in Jay LaBonte, Parents Guide to the Internet,[1] Lulu.com (2006), ISBN 1-4303-0769-2, page 115.
  • “omgwtfbbq” in Ryan Jones, Internet Slang Dictionary: An Authoritative Guide to Understanding Internet Lingo,[2] Lulu.com (2006), ISBN 1-85728-752-2, page 105.