gee whiz, O.J., couldn't you have just been boring like most athletes and almost all celebrities?
That was the era of airy elegance and feeble clown shows, of yuck-yuck punchlines and toothy performers saying "gee whiz!"
As archetypically “presidential” as Mitt Romney seemed, his perfectly square, gee whiz speech style was part of what did him in.
I don't lose mine much, but gee whiz, I mislay it sometimes.
gee whiz, I used to make fun of girls, but anyway, I like them a lot.
gee whiz, good turns are his favorite fruitgood turns and doughnuts.
And, gee whiz, it sounded just as if it came out of his own throat.
gee whiz, I knew that Scout Harris wouldnt make any mistake about that, anyway.
gee whiz, I pictured him getting madder and madder every second.
gee whiz, you should have seen our young hero; I thought hed jump off the mountain.
(also Gee whiz, gee whillikins, gee willikers) An exclamation of approval, surprise, mild disapproval, emphasis, etc; gosh: But gee willikers, he does arithmetic like lightning (main entry 1885+; others somewhat earlier)
An armed pickpocket
[1950s+ Underworld; fr gee, ''gun,'' and whiz, ''pickpocket'']