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    Was reading i pinball book and came across this title 'Snafu'.

    Was wondering if the acronym has the same meaning on this pin??

    The playfield on IPDB is snafu'ed
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    AMF-YOYO - Adios Mother ****er, You're On Your Own
    BOHICA - Bend Over, Here It Comes Again
    "Charlie Foxtrot" - From the phonetic alphabet letters C and F, meaning Cluster ****
    DILLIGAS - Do I Look Like I Give A Shit
    DILLIGAFF - Do I Look Like I Give A Flying ****
    FIDO - **** It-Drive On
    FISHDO - **** It, Shit Happens - Drive On
    FIFI - **** It-Fly It
    FUBAB - ****ed Up Beyond All Belief
    FUBAR - ****ed Up Beyond All Repair/Recognition/Reason
    FUBB - ****ed Up Beyond Belief
    FUBIJAR - **** You Bitch, I'm Just a Reservist (US Army Reserve)
    FUBISO - **** You Buddy, I'm Shipping Out
    FUJIGMO - **** You Jack, I Got My Orders
    FUMTU - ****ed Up More Than Usual
    JANFU - Joint Army-Navy **** Up
    KMACYOYO - Kiss My Ass Colonel, You're On Your Own
    SNAFUBAR - Situation Normal: All ****ed Up Beyond All Repair/Recognition/Reason
    SOL - Shit Out of Luck
    SRDH - Shit Rolls Down Hill
    SSDD - Same Shit, Different Day
    SUSFU - Situation Unchanged, Still ****ed Up
    TARFU - Things Are Really ****ed Up, or Totally and Royally ****ed Up
    TAUFU - Totally And Utterly ****ed Up


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      I've worked for two US-owned companies now. What's really funny is that "Snafu" to them is just a word meaning something that went wrong. I've heard it thrown around in board meetings where corporate bigwigs use it, not knowing where it came from.

      The original acronym of course is "Situation Normal: All ****ed Up". But Americans and their love of acronyms forget these things.

      My all time favourite is "BOHICA". It sums up the way big bastard corporates treat their employees:

      "Bend Over, Here It Comes Again".
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      • #4
        Osprey publishing have this book on their lists. Have been meaning to "find" it on the net for ages. Should be an interesting read.
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