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Synonyms for snafu

Synonyms for snafu

an acronym often used by soldiers in World War II: situation normal all fucked up

cause to be in a state of complete confusion

snarled or stalled in complete confusion

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In San Francisco, for instance, concerned individuals and neighborhood groups have formed the San Francisco Neighborhood Antenna-Free Union (SNAFU) for the purpose of preventing "the placement of wireless antennas on or near residences, schools, health care centers, day care centers, senior centers, playgrounds, places of worship, and other inappropriate locations..."
11 TUE RAYMOND MEARNS SNAFU Tuesday 11 Breakneck Comedy presents Raymond Mearns plus special guests at Snafu.
Public Advocate Mark Green was absolutely right when a few weeks ago he said he planned to investigate the administrative snafu resulting in the loss of files pertaining to a Housing Court eviction case.
Anthony Weiner's and his Twitter snafu gets even funnier when Bill Maher and Glee star Jane Lynch, took time out to read messages on Friday's "Real Time" on HBO.
On Friday, he'll be at Snafu in Aberdeen (celebrating nine years of Snafu), Saturday in the Sub Club, Glasgow, and Sunday hitting the Liquid Rooms in Edinburgh.
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star seemed oblivious to the fashion snafu as she strolled to West's Manhattan apartment wearing similar leather pants and Christian Louboutin stilettos.
Breakneck Comedy presents the Billy Kirkwood plus special guests at Snafu. Tickets cost PS11.
Beattie does his editorial cartoons in the morning and early afternoon, and "Snafu" at night.
To avoid another tax snafu, don't forget to change your W-4 form with your human resources department.
This is the story of one such law -- the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) -- and how, in one isolated case, Congress stepped in and cobbled together important relief from what could have been a catastrophic snafu. That relief came at a price.
Last April, General Motors had a snafu with the new sport utility vehicles (SUVs) that it had just launched, the Chevy TrailBlazer, GMC Envoy, and aids Bravada.
Oregon isn't the only state burned by the form snafu. "It's pretty much nationwide," Carroll said.
A snafu caused turbulence in the Little Rock National Airport's ad agency quest, but airport manager Phillip Lannius considers it minor and insists an even playing field remains.
The snafu won't affect the pic's prospects as a candidate for a doc Oscar.
* The state GOP may be clawing its way back, but the latest snafu over dueling debates--its Jan.