Oh baby, did EastEnders slither into 2011 on a barrel-scraping low.
What does OB stand for?
OB stands for Oh Baby
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We have 18 other meanings of OB in our Acronym Attic
- Occult Blood
- Ocean Beach (California)
- Octave Band
- Odense Boldklub (Danish soccer club)
- Off Break (cricket)
- Office of Budget
- Official Building
- Official Business
- Ogre Battle (game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Her education and impending motherhood drove Fran Free Gunsaulis to launch Oh Baby Foods, a company that makes baby food from products bought directly from local growers and delivers it to local grocery outlets.
Oh baby baby, underneath the mistletoe, oh baby baby, very sexy in the snow ;
The pink and purple top is by Oh Baby London, pounds 18, from Figleaves, which has recently introduced childrenswear to its range.
OH baby - it's going to be a big day for tiny tots on Friday as Northern Ireland celebrates it's first Baby Day.
RHIANNA KENNY (above), a newcomer who apparently had offers from over 20 labels before she finally signed up for S2, has released the self- written Oh Baby as her debut single.
But the four men look so comically ill-suited to their roles that viewers could be forgiven for echoing the opening lines of Britney's song: Oh baby, baby / How was I supposed to know / That something wasn't right here.
Participants will also get to see the show's latest arrival, the Oh Baby, baby and as one last surprise, they will be revealing the results of the baby-naming poll held last season, which garnered over 160,000 votes.