As infovore describes it: “A spreadsheet cataloguing all of “wallflower“‘s episode-by-episode guide to The Shield - his writing on it is so, so good.”
@wonderlandblog Have you watched ‘The Shield’? Good, tense.
@tomcoates Indeed. I was patient.
@tomstuart Click it in Tweetbot.
@pkqk I saw it written that way (again) this morning. I assume these people have never read anything and hear it as “ut-oh”. Idiots.
Still wrong to add the ’t’ into written ‘uh-oh’, but maybe culprits only deserve lengthy re-education rather than anything more drastic.
@iamseb Interesting, ta, makes some sense! Seems odd to me to add a ’t’ into the written spelling though.
@beekernortham I see people write it a fair bit (e.g. .someone on a Slack channel just now) but no one *says* it, which is what’s weird.
Is it “uh oh” or “ut oh”?
Also, “oops” or “ops”?
Obviously, the first is correct in each case ’cos I’m right, but why are the others common?