And I Oop


What Does And I Oop Mean?

And I Oop is an "Expression of Shock, Surprise or Embarrassment."

The phrase "And I Oop" is typically used by VSCO Girls, as an expression of shock, surprise or embarrassment. "And I Oop" originated on YouTube in October 2015, in a video by the drag queen Jasmine Masters. In the video, Masters is complaining about friends who can't handle their alcohol when, with a pained expression, she suddenly exclaims "And I Oop!" Masters then explains "I just hit my balls."

Since the video by Masters went viral, "And I Oop" has become a favorite catchphrase of VSCO Girls and is widely used by them to express shock, surprise or embarrassment (either feigned or genuine).

Here's a remix of the famous moment when Jasmine Masters first coined the phrase "And I Oop!":


Summary of Key Points

"Expression of Shock, Surprise or Embarrassment" is the most common definition for And I Oop on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Here is some more information about And I Oop:
And I Oop
Definition:Expression of Shock, Surprise or Embarrassment
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Teenagers and Under 13s

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When I write And I Oop, I mean this:

meaning of And I Oop
And I Oop is a phrase much favored by VSCO Girls.


Examples of And I Oop in Sentences

Here's an example of And I Oop being used in conversation:
  • Claire: What's the phrase that no-one wants to heat in a biological warfare test lab?
  • Steve: I don't know. What is it?
  • Claire: And I Oop!

An Academic Look at And I Oop

And I Oop is an interjection. Interjections are words used to express feeling or emotion. They can be standalone or used as part of a sentence (usually at the start). An interjection can end in an exclamation mark to express a strong feeling or emotion.

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before Jasmine Masters first coined the phrase And I Oop, we would probably have just said something like "oops!".

Example of And I Oop Used in a Text

And I Oop

See Also

:$ (embarrassed) >//< (embarrassed) BLIMEY (expression of surprise (see also omg)) EEK (expression of surprise (with a negative connotation)) JEEZ (expression of annoyance or surprise) SHOOKETH (shocked)