In the end, you've got a study of unusually compliant and stable people (who may be different in all sorts of ways) and oops!
This includes things like pharmacies, which sometimes don't have the cash to order new drugs, and oops!
Instead, he settles with “oops” after failing to find the answer in his cue cards.
The oops Heard Round the World Ever wanted to see a presidential candidacy implode on live TV?
He invited her to the prom then remembered, oops, he had actually already invited someone else.
Late-night comedians may lament the absence of Rick Perry—no more magical “oops!”
And so, a few months later, Smith announced he was leaving the race at last and that—oops!
Waiting for the elusive above-the-fold headline in the USA Today screaming: oops!
An exclamation of surprise, dismay, apology, etc, esp when one has done something awkward: Mr Belve, oops, I mean Webb, is ecstatic (1933+)
(also oops up) To vomit; barf (1980s+)
[echoic, fr the involuntary lip-rounding and expulsion of breath that accompany a regrettable mistake, and from an approximation of the sound of vomiting]
"OOPS: A Knowledge Representation Language", D. Vermeir, Proc 19th Intl Hawaii Conf on System Sciences, IEEE (Jan 1986) pp.156-157.