Descended from the Greek word 'Confloptus'. To upset the equilibrium. To distress harmony. To create a disturbance.
We've just been jacked! Mans rushed up and conflopped everywhere y'all.

I say, what's that on the horizon? Is it a Navy vessel preparing to fire? I dare say we are about to enter a state of complete and total confloption.

by Lethal B October 25, 2006

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