Entertainment Trends

Trends: That’s What She/ He Said & OMG!

BROOKLYN CURT – GRZEXP.com Staff

You might have heard or said “omg!” or “that’s what she/ he said.” These phrases are very popular during this time when you are a teenager. The term “omg” is used often by many people. It can be used in a good way and a negative way. “Since so much of our communication today happens online, the Internet has developed almost its own language”, according to the article , Explore the Interwebz: 30 English Slang Terms for Internet Noobs, written by, by  Yuliya Geikhman. Some people say “omg” when they drop something or something bad happens but other people use it when something good happens, for example “Omg, I love it so much! Or, Thank you!” In this example someone is using the term in a good way, they got something new and they like it. The word omg stands for “oh my gosh” it is just abbreviated. Most of the time you don’t say omg in person but you use it when you’re texting someone.

For example all age groups use the term omg but older people sometimes use it not abbreviated like omg. It is a very common word to use, mainly used when something goes wrong or bad but I have heard people say it in both ways. The other term is “she said/ he said.” Many teenagers use these words when someone makes a joke or something like that. It can be used in many different ways. Most people don’t really ever say this phrase because it doesn’t really make sense, unless you are trying to be funny. “Since so much of our communication today happens online, the Internet has developed almost its own language. This language is even more casual and has many abbreviations”, from the article Explore the Interwebz: 30 English Slang Terms for Internet Noobs, written by Yuliya Geikhman. These phrases are very fun and popular to use. 

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