Origin of oops
Examples from the Web for oops
Unlike the chaste boys club devotees of ‘Dungeons and Losers’ (oops, ‘Dragons’) of yore, women play the new games and like them.
And so, a few months later, Smith announced he was leaving the race at last and that—oops!
This includes things like pharmacies, which sometimes don't have the cash to order new drugs, and oops!Sorry, Folks: One Way or the Other, You'll Never Be Able to Completely Count on Retirement|Megan McArdle|March 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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!
He runs the secret government agency trying to kill Jason—oops, I mean Aaron—and Marta.‘The Bourne Legacy’ Starring Jeremy Renner: 7 Reasons to See It!|Ramin Setoodeh|August 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There was a tremendous crash from the kitchen, a shriek of surprise, then a small “oops.”Makers|Cory Doctorow
He saw my look and said, "Oops, I mean this milestone in paper technology once it is announced to the world."The Professional Approach|Charles Leonard Harness
British Dictionary definitions for oops
Word Origin and History for oops
"a natural exclamation" [OED] of surprise at doing something awkward, but attested only from 1933 (cf. whoops).