- n. Plural form of snafu.
“Also earning credit are Texas' fans, who apparently contributed a major assist in the bullpen call snafus, writes Jayson Stark on ESPN.com, and catcher Mike Napoli, who just keeps clobbering the ball.”
“Aside from all the regular kind of snafus to be expected when running such a trial and all the regular kinds of annoyances of dealing with airports, one particular problem stood out.”
“As I read the LA Timesthis week about the snafus that VH1 made in selecting Jasmine Fiore's (alleged) killer, Ryan Jenkins, as a contestant on Megan Wants a Millionaire, I wondered how these background check "snafus" keep happening time and time again.”
“A couple of election day "snafus" or a late breaking story working against your candidate, and you go home a loser.”
“My guess is that snafus are almost inevitable, especially in the early days of the system.”
“Production-line snafus happen occasionally to all aircraft makers, despite strict standards, substantial quality-assurance teams and constant government oversight.”
“Despite its critics and its various privacy snafus, millions of people love Facebook, and it is fast becoming a very profitable business.”
“You may be familiar with recent snafus over the baby shaker app and the rejection of the Nine Inch Nails apps.”
“The company used to be a press corps favorite and has been lauded by the last two Presidents, but it shut down its cellulosic operations earlier this year to work through technical snafus.”
“Sign snafus in Northwest D.C. are flummoxing residents and passersby.”
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