out of control
yo tar drank two whole cases and got OOC. shit was off the hook
Out Of Character. A term used in roleplay when a person wants to step outside of their character for a minute and speak as themselves.
OOC is shown in a couple of ways, commonly with a label or as double brackets.
((Can I say something for a sec?)) or
OOC: Can I say something for a sec?
OOC's antonym is IC, or BIC-- "In Character" or "Back In Character."
((I'll just step OOC for a second here to say that roleplaying isn't evil and it's not a cult. It's a game.))
Out of character or out of context.
Used in fanfiction to describe a character who has been characterised differently to the canon.
Severus Snape being portayed as a kind, student-loving, tree-hugging human being
Out of Character. Used in rpg posts at the end or the beggining to signify that you are no longer in character and have something to say that may or may not have anything to do with your post.
ooc; Ewww tha post sucked. sorreh guys!
ooc; So should I bring in adrentie now? whos turn is it?
ooc; I have somuch museee!
an acronym that means Out Of Control, but it is pronounced like it is spelled. most of the time it is when you have spent all day drinking and dont remember the last 5 hours of your day. During this blackout phase you literally lose control of your judgement and say and do whatever you want especially if it is in your worst interest.
tony- i dont know what happened last night, but i woke up in a jail cell.
mike- yeah you OOCing out last night, you were hitting on some bouncer's girlfriend and when they threw you out you started throwing snow balls at them.
paul- why didnt you stop me?
mike- I tried but you were too OOC'd out, i just had to let you learn the hard way.
paul- i think i got her number
Out of character. Used in role-playing games or in other instances where one is pretending to be something other than him or herself.
OOC: I am a horrible monster and I pray for your death.
Out of Control
Trav was O.O.C at KC's party.
An abbreviation used in roleplays that stands for Out Of Character, prefixing a sentence that is spoken from the roleplayer's point of view, rather than the character being played.
Roleplayer: "My Knight Templar runs across the field and picks up the magical stone.
OOC:: the magical stone was still there when we left it right?