Snafu



noun
1.
a badly confused or ridiculously muddled situation:
A ballot snafu in the election led to a recount.
Synonyms: snarl, bedlam, tumult, disarray, disorder, confusion, mess; foul-up.
Antonyms: order, efficiency, calm.
adjective, Rare.
2.
in disorder; out of control; chaotic:
a snafu scheme that simply won’t work.
verb (used with object), snafued, snafuing. Rare.
3.
to throw into disorder; muddle:
Losing his passport snafued the whole vacation.
Synonyms: confuse, mess up, bungle.
noun
1.
confusion or chaos regarded as the normal state
adjective
2.
(postpositive) confused or muddled up, as usual
verb -fus, -fuing, -fued
3.
(transitive) (US & Canadian) to throw into chaos
smurf
snafu
1.
situation normal all fouled up
2.
situation normal all fucked up

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