I have noticed that a lot of atheists and skeptics will still say “Oh my god” or “Jesus” when they are surprised by something.
I always tell people, “Don’t use the g-word”, or “Don’t use the j-word.”
People will defend the practice by saying that it is due to habit. Some excuse it, saying that it is just part of the culture.
For those who say it is habit, I say: Say strong, my naturalistic brothers and sisters. Change your habits to reflect your rational outlook.
For those who say it is okay because it is part of the culture, I reject that excuse. How did it come into culture? From religion. We must remove all religious and superstitious influences from our culture and our thinking. If we do not remove religion in small ways, how can we remove in large ways?
People should not replace “Oh my god” with something like “Oh my Darwin”, or “Oh my Hithchens”. We do not worship fictional characters. We should neither invoke nor give the appearance of worship of fictional or actual people, living or dead. Do not personify or
anthropomorphize the impersonal universe.
The only exclamation I can think of at the moment is: “Uranium 235!” [Note 1]
Make your awe and wonder reflect the mechanistic nature of the universe.
 Would “Thorium Tits” count as a compliment amongst the scientifically literate?