Letter To Winston Churchill Contains First 'OMG'

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The first use of the text speak phrase OMG ('oh my God') has been discovered - in a letter to Sir Winston Churchill.

A letter published by the US Library of Congress from Admiral John Arbuthnot "Jacky" Fisher to Churchill sent in 1917 contains the phrase.

It is used in reference to some "utterly [upsetting]" headlines.

"O.M.G (Oh! My! God!)-- Shower it on the Admiralty!!" wrote Fisher.

It was first re-published by Letters of Note.

Take a look, below.

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