‘OMG’ Turns 100

‘OMG’ Turns 100
“OMG” might be used by younger people, but the story behind the abbreviation has a long, rich history. NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with linguist Ben Zimmer about the abbreviation turning 100 years old.

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