I’ve wondered about this for awhile. I see a lot of people like to sub Og for God. Fine with me, I can see why you might. But it’s used in the same context of God. As in , “For the love of God/Og”, “And I think to myself, For God’s/Og’s sake!” etc.
So who is this Og you speak of? Is it a higher power? This wouldn’t be appropriate for atheists. Is it some spiritual entity? If you’re atheist and use this, do you beleive in Og or is it just a phrase?
So while it sounds snarky, it really isn’t. Just wondering if there really is some Og people understand, or if it’s really just a phrase.
A while back, there was some idjit (since banned, I belive. Hopefully someone can find the original thread) blowing a gasket over in the Pit. Nothing noteworthy about him except that he reapeatedly made the same typo when writing “of God”, having it come out instead as “og God”.
He was already starting to be mocked when someone asked who this Og God fellow was, and from there a mock mythology sprang up.
So Og demands tasty sparrow sacrifices? Burnt or raw?
Dammit, AskstillfunnierthanMosesNott, I’m going to be running out of spit sacrifices by the end of this thread. Yeah it was only a well-deserved, apres work Budweiser, but I am saving the Guinness for a special occasion.