F.U.B.A.R. is an acronym for:
1. F*cked up beyond all reason.
2. F*cked up beyond all recognition.
3. F*cked up beyond all repair.
The "M" is for Mother.
This mission is MFUBAR.
I'm 24, living with my parents. If they think the chances Social Security will be around for them when they retire is FUBAR, chances for me are MFUBAR.
(KÄN-yā), Another word for feces. Also Poop, deuce or dookie. An honor earned through years of unwelcomed egotistical outbursts, highlighted by interrupting Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. A mess you do not want to step in.
"Dude, light a match. It smells like someone took a wicked Kanye in here."
"I just had the Volcano Nachos and the Angry Whopper and now I'm about to Kanye my pants."
(foo-ger), n. , a fat woman in her 30s or 40s who actively pursues casual dinners with younger men. Sex is optional.
Turns out she's a fugar so it was cool that I bailed after dessert.
Two or more Twitter users who engage in a text battle on the popular social media site, most notably celebrities. A comment, opinion or taunt provokes a pride-driven response and feelings are vented for all to see.
Some people are just easily provoked, that's why Chris Brown keeps finding himself in a Twitter feud with somebody.
Best Twitter feud, no question Aimee Mann and Ice-T.
A complete and utter idiot move of which there is no mistaking, even more embarrassing due to the stupidity behind it.
Can you believe Stan? He really blew the rooster on that one.
He didn't just fuck up, he blew the rooster.
A dentist, unlicensed usually because: A). licensing requirements are prohibitive, or; B). they couldn't meet the qualifications. So they go underground.
Offering cut-rate prices for inferior dental care, these basement dentists attract patients who are vulnerable, desperate to save money or have low expectations for care.
A celebrity Twitter feud where a taunt provokes a response, but it ends there. This creates a strong vacuum within the fan base of each respective camp, hopelessly eager to pile on the fight. The resulting explosion plays out less between the celebrities and more by those who support them. Users fan the flames, sending waves throughout the Twittersphere. away from an otherwise quiet Ground Zero. Exchanges tend to be abrasive, most often far more angry and inflammatory than the Tweet that started it all.
Did you see the Chris Brown/Andy Levy Twitter feud? What started it was nothing compared to the etomic bomb it dropped on the internet. Everyone's chiming in.
It wasn't so much the original Tweet, there was an etomic bomb behind it like you would not imagine.
Thank goodness for a strong fan base to support you during an etomic bomb because there's a whole lot of crazy out there.