Monger, that one was a gol danged piece o' work!
Beelzebub Jesus Harley Davidson Howard Murphy Halloway Christ
Jumpin' jimminy crickets! That's a blinking-winking long name!
Who can forget captain haddock in tintin?
Thousands of Thundering Typhoons! Billions of Blistering Blue Barnacles!
Well, cock-a-doodle-doo, cowdung chased the bull. This is udderly unacceptable sheepish behaviour. If you want to say it, then go ahead and say it. Don't have a cow man.
Merry Andrew got it right. Who cares how "rednecks" say? If I hear that, I'd smile away
Jehosephat was the fourth king of the Kingdom of Judah and successor of his father Asa. It is believed that Jehosephat reigned from 873 to 849. The king's name in the oath "Jumping Jehosaphat" was likely popularized by the name's utility as a euphemism for Jesus and Jehovah. The phrase is first recorded in the 1866 novel The Headless Horseman by Thomas Mayne Reid. The longer version "By the shaking, jumping ghost of Jehosaphat" is seen in the 1865 novel Paul Peabody by Percy Bolingbroke St. John.
He'll probably reply once another NINE YEARS has passed.
That's most interesting, Heather.
I miss ole Kicky.