Utilizing words that combine the syllables 'O' and 'No' to refer to a suspect of breaking up something special, bringing to the table similarities to Yoko Ono and The Beatles. Popularized by the HBO series "Flight of the Conchords" (New Zealand's 4th most popular folk parody duo).
"Ron, it's the pancake breakfast. We do it every month."
"O No. Ron's ditching us again." You ought O No he would pull this.
Bret's girlfriend Coco, "Flight of the Conchords