Oh baby, did EastEnders slither into 2011 on a barrel-scraping low.
What does OB stand for?
OB stands for Oh Baby
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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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.
And it seems fitting to end with a special message - courtesy of the Cheeky Girls' lyrics to their seasonal song Cheeky Christmas: 'Come and get your Christmas present, close your eyes and make a wish; If you've been a really good boy, I will be your special dish; Oh baby baby, underneath the mistletoe, oh baby baby, very sexy in the snow ; Yeah baby baby, take the reins and hold on tight; This could be your lucky night.
The pink and purple top is by Oh Baby London, pounds 18, from Figleaves, which has recently introduced childrenswear to its range.
Byline: By JILLY BEATTIE OH baby - it's going to be a big day for tiny tots on Friday as Northern Ireland celebrates it's first Baby Day.
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.
OH baby - Paisley-born film star Gerard Butler looks like he has lost the plot Jacko-style.