A comment of mine (quoted in this meta-question by Dog Lover), began with what I thought was the innocuous expression 'Jesus H Christ'. Dog Lover, to whom my comment was originally addressed, took exception to it, asked me not to "blaspheme", and my comment disappeared with no explanation.
The use of the name/phrase by me was inspired by the intriguing ELU question Who is Jesus H Christ?
Note the information in the answer of Peter Shor:
The H. was inserted to avoid committing blasphemy by saying Jesus Christ. It's the same phenomenon as replacing damn with darn. So Jesus H. Christ here is presumably not the son of God but just somebody else with a very similar name.
Unfortunately tone and intention are sometimes not easy to either encode or decode in quick, short written communications. I don't think the expression is any more "blasphemous" than the songs of Jesus Christ Superstar or Godspell. And we English speakers often say such things as 'Jeez' and a multitude of other invectives, usually without knowing that they are short forms or corruptions or euphemisms of 'sacred words'. The first word of my comment ("a very similar name") was meant to express mild frustration/annoyance at the advice given by Dog Lover who gave what I thought was poor advice to a non-native speaking newbie on the site. I suppose 'Golly Gee Whiz' or 'geewhillikins' (both corruptions of holy words) didn't encode the same frustration, and one wonders, casually if the OP would have been offput by either of those words. Whatever the case, those who use the phrase asked about in Who is Jesus H Christ? might have their comment subject to censorship. Seems to me a curtailing of freedom of speech, but whatever, I'm not here to defend anything or anybody.
I've also read that offensive words are not allowed to stand in titles (they're replaced by xxxxx). Another sign that Jesus H. Christ is not considered offensive by the mods.
My entire comment is reproduced:
Jesus H Christ @doglover 16 hours haven't even elapsed yet. Selecting an answer greatly lessens the chances of a question getting other, possibly more useful, answers.
Thanks to Dog Lover for not considering the comment so "blasphemous" as to refrain from reposting it him/herself in their meta-question.
Related comment by Flater contains Holy sweet Jesus (since changed to Arrgh).