Term in Bahamian dialect meaning "badly mangled" or "warped." It is always followed with the word "up" hence kapunkle up.
Kapunkle up is used more to describe how a person looks or feels and less to describe objects.
"Iron your clothes bey, you look so kapunkle up" - meaning ragged. The clothes on their own will be described as rough-dry but wearing them will make you look kapunkle up.
"After that roller coaster ride, I felt so kapunkle up" - meaning broken up.
"Da gymnast was so kapunkle up when she landed, I thought she did hurt herself."
"Dem contortionists is look so kapunkle up. I don't know how dey does get like that. It must be dey genes dread."