OMC
Original Male Character
Used in fanfiction when an original character is inserted into an already existing set of characters/fandom. Often shunned due to fear of Gary Stus, hence it is given as a warning.
See also: OFC
Pairing: Buffy/OMC
I'm terrified to use my OMC because some might think of him as a Gary Stu.
Por silly_walk 21 de enero de 2005
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"Oh My Cas"

Play on "Oh my God". Fans of the hit CW TV show, Supernatural, have come up with this term after the Season 6 Finale when a character (Castiel) proclaims himself as God.
Girl1: Did you see that Tumblr post?
Girl2: OMC, it was gorgeous.
Por Unsinkable Grace 15 de noviembre de 2011
OMC
Oh My Carlisle

Referring to the almost godlike compassion and restraint that the character Carlisle Cullen exhibits in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer.
Edward: Bella, just so you know... I payed Alice off to kidnap you this weekend so you don't get into any trouble!
Bella: OMC Edward, please say you're kidding!
Por EpiceEmilie 08 de diciembre de 2007
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Oh My Cher, instead of Oh My God (OMG). The phrase is popular in the gay community, whom stereotypically are obsessed with the famous singer Cher.
OMC, that is insane!
Por Matthew Weyer 08 de agosto de 2005
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"Oh My Chuck"

Used by fans of the show "Supernatural" as an alternative way of saying "Oh My God" since Chuck the prophet is actually God.
A: Do you like my new shirt?

B: OMC, I love it!
Por ClaireK 02 de febrero de 2014
Old Man Crush. Having a crush on a sexy, older gentleman who may or may not be married.
O.M.G.! I have a serious O.M.C. on Sean Connery, yo!
Por A.P. Ferrara 21 de febrero de 2009
OMC
Stands for "old man cock"

Sometimes used to disguise actual meaning when the company around you would take offense to you saying "old man cock."

As in, you can't interact with a webcam (ie. on Chatroulette) without some old man cock popping up on the screen once in a while.
I like to start my day off with a bit of OMC.

You know who has the best OMC? Your dad.
Por KCohen 24 de abril de 2010

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