- Imitative. Later popularised by the cartoon character Homer Simpson in The Simpsons. Voice actor Dan Castellaneta has said he modelled his version on the drawn-out "do-o-o-o" sound made by Jimmy Finlayson in the films of Laurel and Hardy. (Wiktionary)
“The real "d'oh!" moment for me was seeing this on another site and not realizing that was Susie until you spelled it out for me.”
“Of course, I have to wait until Di gets home to get the card info, because, like a fool, I forgot to write it down ... d'oh.”
“June 9th, 2009 LONDON - Homer Simpson's classical abuse 'd'oh' has been voted as a favourite catchphrase from a children's TV programme in a brand brand brand new poll.”
“Homer Simpson's 'd'oh' voted tip kids 'TV programme catchphrase”
“Is there anyone out there whose background does not affect what s/he does and thinks? d'oh!”
“He says people are realizing the government is hurting us (d'oh).”
“Sigh of relief from friends/family/fans turns into a collective, "d'oh!”
“NEW YORK—Fans of "The Simpsons" can breathe a "d'oh!" of relief: The animated series was renewed Friday for two more seasons.”
“It was kind of a Homer Simpson-ish "d'oh!" moment for me.”
“The restaurant was the new Stella's, on Cambie/20th (the one I tried to take you to before it actually opened - d'oh!).”
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