verb (used with object), sna·fued, sna·fu·ing.Rare.
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Today, though, an apparent temporary snafu is showing just how simple such a free upgrade could be for many Control players on current-generation systems, at least.Control snafu shows how one publisher is struggling with next-gen upgrades|Kyle Orland|September 11, 2020|Ars Technica
SNAFU—“situation normal: all f--ked up,” as soldiers used to say—was the default position for American policy.
So is this snafu an image problem, or is the real problem the reality behind the curtain—a curtain that needed to be pulled back?
And you know what snafu stands for: Situation Normal, All Fucked Up.
"We're not giving her a chance to snafu the works," Gotch said grimly.
Everything was in apple-pie order, except for the snafu in Arzachel, Crag thought bitterly.