Screwed. An uncomfortable situation. In a bad situation that seems to have no way out. Comes from one of two meanings:

1) To have figuratively taken it up the ass (the hoop).

2) railway terminology where new (additional) work orders were passed along to a train crew. The orders were printed on paper, tied with string, and held up high on the end of a pole. The string had a loop for the trainman to lean out of the window of a moving train and aim his arm through the loop (hoop) to get the orders.
"How you gonna explain that to your wife?"
"I dunno man, I'm hooped."

Yardmaster: "Theres more work for you down the line."
Conductor:"Damn, Why can't we tie up and go home?"
Yardmaster: "I got the orders from above. I'll hoop them up to you."
Trainman to Conductor after grabbing order successfully: "We're hooped"
by Gambrinus September 28, 2005
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caught in a situation that has no obvious solution
We are kind of hooped because the guy to interview you doesn't come in to work for another two hours.
by dp June 11, 2003
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Non-functional, exhausted.
I was too hooped to go to the party tonight.
by David Kamloops December 9, 2004
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when someone steals your rims or wheels.
Those guys hooped my wheels...
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As in the colloquial usage of "hooped it". The act of balancing a volleyball, football or other inflatable object under ones buttocks while in a swimming pool.

Although giving the appearance and sensation of floating, the proponent runs the risk of opening his (or her) anus and "ingesting" the ball (or other object) into the colonic tract. Thus rendering the protagonist a "permanent floater" having hooped the ball.
Freakboy: "Dude, where's the damn volleyball? I wanna get on with the game!"

Hoopy-boy: "Man, I was floating on it and now it's gone. I think I hooped it!"
by Monty Cornwall May 31, 2008
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