(verb): The act of saying, whether by voice, e-mail, text message, or other form of communication, the phrase "Jesus Christ" as a direct response to a communication from another person. (i.e. "Can you help me with something?" -- "Jesus Christ, can't you do anything yourself")
The verb Jesus Christ does not need a suffix as it can be used in its original form in past, present, and future tense. After all, it is Jesus Christ, Superstar.
Don't you dare Jesus Christ me!
Why did you Jesus Christ me?
If he Jesus Christ me one more time, we are through.
February 13, 2009