oh, Lord of the dance!

instead of saying “oh, lord!” — “oh, jesus!” –“oh, g-d!”–“really, u think that!?”

not used as : “jesus christ!” or “oh my god!” this is usually when you’re in shock. this term is more like someone is saying something really annoying or not too bright.

this also helps so you do not use his name in vain.

-rolling eyes usually goes along with the saying-
julio: “i think twilight the movie is sooooo cool!”

christina: -rolls eyes- “oh, lord of the dance!” and most of the time “really!???” follows.

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