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"Gosh"-nyms — 13 of Them


Good gosh

Goodness gracious

Gee whiz

Great Caesar’s ghost

Good gravy

My gosh

Oh my goodness

Good grief

Gadzooks

Gaw

Geeminy

By gum

By golly, Ms. Molly


There. Thirteen things I can say whenever I get riled up about that guy who thought he could buy Greenland.  

It's time for some ABC Wednesday and Thursday 13. Come check out these weekly memes with me.

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  1. That was fun! Does cricket come after Geeminy? That's the only one I didn't recognize.

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    1. You got it, Colleen. Geeminy is a form of Jimminy Cricket. Or, is it the other way around?

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  2. In Vermont, many say: "Gol-Durned", as in "That guy's a Gol-Durned idiot!"

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    1. I've heard that before, in my younger years. The speakers must've come from Vermont. :-)

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  3. you're nicer than I am.... I sound more like a Sailor! Leeanna

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    1. I sound like a sailor, too, hence the search for G-rated words.

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  4. My descriptors tend to be a little more . . . flavoursome! :)

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    1. The flavoursome ones pop out in private, mostly. lol

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  5. "Good gravy" and "by gum" were new to me, but this is still very nice:):) Love your cacti wheelbarrow (hope that's the spelling!)

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    1. Those two are from earlier decades. I think in The Music Man, teenagers said "Good gravy!" I don't know anymore whether it's cacti or cactuses, or if both are acceptable. So, I say succulents. :-)

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  6. ;-) Treating things with humor can lighten up life

    Have a heartwarming en splendid ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    M e l o d y (team ABC-W)
    https://melodyk.nl/25-G

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  7. The head of Greenland sarcastically offered to buy the US. I wish they would.

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    1. It's a wonder the gee whiz kid didn't take that as a slight and declare war. Thank goodness only Congress can do that.

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  8. Wow, you're keeping it PG. Every time I see the orange menace on TV (I think my second fave title is Hair Furor) the words out of my mouth start with "F".

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  9. Wish I could keep my comments that calm. - Margy

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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