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Oh My Gosh What Do I Do

“Oh My Gosh What Do I Do” is a meme that went viral on TikTok.

It’s essentially a catchphrase that’s used when something goes wrong or something is bad.

On TikTok, the hashtag #ohmygosh has over 660 million views.

On the other hand, #ohmygoshwhatdoido has over 1.7 million views.

The sound is used in many videos about nausea, partying, and cringeworthy moments.

This article contains the Oh My Gosh What Do I Do original video and memes of it on TikTok.

Oh My Gosh What Do I Do original

The original “Oh My Gosh What Do I Do” video was posted by @cadetarchick on TikTok.

In the video, the guy drank sparkling water, started burping, and banged his head against the garage door.

Before he banged his head, he said this, “Oh my gosh, what do I do?”.

Unfortunately, he was banned from the platform and the original video is permanently removed.

Many TikTok users started re-uploading the video on TikTok and others reacted to it.

A user by the name of @smile1972ny re-uploaded the video and got over 2.5 million views and more than 170k likes.

One of the most popular stiches of the video was uploaded by @xxedgaar.

In the video, the guy drank Raspberry Blackberry Sparkling Water by Market Pantry.

When he opened the drink, it spilled all over the floor.

Immediately after he drank the water, he started burping.

The video got over 8 million views and more than 1.3 million likes.

Oh My Gosh What Do I Do memes

A user by the name of @thesotyfam posted a video using the “Oh My Gosh What Do I Do” sound.

The video has the caption, “When they tell me my sister is cute”.

The video got over 230k views and more than 20k likes.

@thesotyfam is part of the Shot of The Yeagers family who has over 5.9 million subscribers on YouTube.

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