jesus h christ
Jesus H Christ
"Jesus H. Christ" is a common phrase used to refer to the religious figure Jesus Christ. Considered by some to be a vulgarism, it is typically uttered in anger, surprise, or frustration, though sometimes also with humorous intent. It is not used in the context of Christian worship.
Jesus H. Christ is an expression just as "Jesus Christ" Only with an H added in, most likely for humor. An alternative to Jesus Christ. The H is added due to numerous reasons.
Dear Cecil: How come people always say "Jesus H. Christ"? Why not Jesus Q. Christ or Jesus R. Christ or something else? Does the H really stand for something?
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The Etymology of Jesus H. Christ by Peter Kirby (May 11, 2003) Question: What is the origin of the H. in the phrase, Jesus H. Christ? There is no great mind which has not but come to rest on this important question.
2004, Marsha Moyer, The Last of the Honky-tonk Angels: “Jesus H. Christ on the cross,” he said. He caught my reflected gaze and held it. “How long have you known about this?”
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