Non-Overlapping Magisteria, a term coined by Stephen Jay Gould and occasionally mentioned by atheist writers such as Richard Dawkins. This refers to the notion that science and religion answer different types of questions and as such, do not overlap.
"NOMA is popular only because there is no evidence to favour the God Hypothesis" - Richard Dawkins
Name Of My Autobiography
It's the new "Story of my life" ... except this acronym is easier to say in conversation. It can be used in nearly any situation, sometimes even as a replacement for "That's what she said."