Oh My Rowling.
Inspired by the musical "A Very Potter Musical".
"OMR! What happened?!" -Ginny Weasley in A Very Potter Musical
Old Money Richmond; ONLY refers to Richmond, Va. Nowhere else
He lives over in O.M.R.
*At the Harry Potter premier*
Person 1: OMR! It's Jo Rowling!
Person 2: *faints*
The abbreviation OMR means OH MY RUKI and for the fans of the GazettE has the same meaning as OH MY GOD.
Word is commonly used in online or web chat when a person does not have time to print out the entire word OH MY RUKI.
When you want to exclaim that something is fantastic and gorgeous.
When you want to express that you are surprised with something nice or beautiful.
Person 1. : OMR have You seen the GazettE new look?
Person 2. : Yup. OMR they look really GORGEOUS n BRILLIANT.
Means "Oh My Rod", something different to say than "Oh My God". Can also mean "Oh My Ra", which is usually used by Yu-Gi-Oh!
OMR, I can't believe how hard this rainforest report is to write.