Ay dios mio
ADM, I can't believe I forgot to call you!
NP. We can talk tomorrow.
|OMG||Oh my gosh|
|Ermahgerd||Oh my gosh|
|Gerd||Oh my gosh!|
|OMGD||Oh my gosh, duh|
|OMFG||Oh my freaking gosh|
|OMGYS||Oh my gosh you suck|
ADM is the Spanish equivalent of OMG. It typically indicates surprise, excitement, or disgust.
You will likely see ADM in various types of digital communication, such as text messages, online messaging, emails, and social media. For example, your friend may text you, "ADM! Did u see that goal!!"
People across all age groups may use ADM, but teenagers most often use it because they naturally gravitate to hyperbole. Additionally, ADM is one of several OMG variations, including ohemgee, OMFG, ermahgerd, and ZOMG.