"It took me two and a half hours to get home today." - "Bloody hell, why?!" - "Americans run our public transport, that's why." - "Fucking yanks."
"Mommy, the dog crapped in your bed again." - "Oh, bloody hell."
Gandalf: *irritated* Oh, bloody HELL! *whacks Denethor with his staff*
Hermione: *punches Malfoy in his snivelling face* Bloody hell, I've wanted to do that for ages!
Ron: Bloody hell! I think I love you.
Such as: "Oh, my God!" "Holy shit!" "What the fuck?!" "Whoa!" "Damn!"
Danielle: Bloody hell! Are you serious
(They embrace each other crying.)
Ron: What the bloody hell was that all about?
Ron: Bloody hell!
Ron: Bloody hell. Whoever shed this must be 60 feet long, or more.
Ron: in own voice Bloody Hell!
Harry: We still sound like ourselves. You've got to sound more like Crabbe.
Ron: in lower voice Um... Bloody hell
But say it with a Scottish or English accent. It sounds weird when Americans say it
"Bloody Hell, that's amazing".
"Bloody Hell, I feel like crap."
"Bloody Hell, get off me!"
2: Bloody hell, why did you drive drunk and crash the car?
3:Bloody hell, that woman shouldn't wear tights in public.
4:Where the bloody hell are all the tourists Oprah was meant to bring us here in Oz? Are they scared off by our flaming lingo?
The less controversial "Blood of Christ wounds" is the usual meaning which is merely bad in the sense of making vows without permission of a vicar and degrading their seriousness. Vows by the "Blood of Christ" were supposed to be reserved for the most serious of matters like going on crusade. In this case "Bloody Hell" is more shorthand for saying "by the Blood of Christ Wounds I swear it is as bad as if Hell itself has broken loose on Earth".