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Case Study Number Three: Did Someone Get Told?

Building on yesterday's pioneering work in "Did someone get told?", we bring you another case study in the proper use of "OH SNAP!" in conversation. Remember that in order to use "OH SNAP!" someone must get told. You may do the telling, or someone else may do the telling. 

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When we say "someone else," we mean anyone. Even deities. 

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Remember the litmus test? Did someone just get told? Yes, Lane Kiffin. Who did the telling? God did. It's on.

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OH SNAP!  

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Case Studies in "Oh Snap!" is part of the "Talk To The Hand Lecture Series: 1990s Hip-Hop Slang Explained For Easy Use By Your Mom And Other Relatives." Entire series available on audiotape for $79.99. (Via.)