Let’s take a walk through the question. It’s meant in jest, not to put you down for being concerned with avoiding sin… Hopefully it will help to illustrate my point.
So you wanted to say “gosh.” But isn’t “gosh” just a derivation of “God,” and therefore also sinful? So is “golly”! Gee, I wonder if - wait, “gee” is the letter that “God” starts with! Oh my goodness! And isn’t “goodness” what God is essentially and therefore also just another way of profaning the Lord’s Name?
Zoinks! What is left for us? Wowzers…
“God” is not the Name of God.
We teach little kids in Catholic schools not to say, “Oh my God.” We tell them it’s a sin against the 2nd Commandment… It is really? It might dispose to sins of irreverence and blasphemy and perjury, but… It is really not. (Even worse is that we tell kids that all bad language is sin against the 2nd Commandment, as if these words were the Name of God!) This does not seem to me to be how language works. Maybe I’ll do a post on the topic later, even just to organize my own thoughts.
The 2nd Commandment is primarily against perjury and directly, intentionally blaspheming the Holy Name so as to denigrate the One to Whom that Name belongs.
Melodeonist - For every thread you create and read through there is time gone which you could have spent actually educating yourself through studying principles rather than individual cases. For the second time, consider whether it might be sinful to be so lazy and obstinate as to ignore literally a hundred repetitions of the same advice because you, as you said elsewhere, “just don’t like reading” or something like that.
I think this is the last time I’m going to comment on one of your “was it a sin” threads. I’m confident that everything you have asked about and will ask about in this area (until you educate yourself) is either not a sin or is so breathtakingly slight that all the contrition needed on your part is an apologetic eye roll.
Get a director, read the Catechism.