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Noisy, non-violent confusion, perhaps involving some scuffling, arising through ignorance or incompetence

I am Australian and have been using "kaffufle" all my life, although I just realised I did not know how to spell it.
Students were causing such a kafuffle in the hall that a security officer had to investigate.
by OzzieSusie March 12, 2009
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I heard this word being used in an NHL hockey game. The commentator had indicated that the participents had taken part in a kafuffle. To me it meant a minor or meaningless tussle or fight of no consequence.
"The kafuffle between Johnson and Smith didn't amount to much; not even minor penalties."
by Hendrikus J. Kleiss April 04, 2004
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Something that takes a lot of organising and causes an issue.
I tried to reorganise our hotel but it was a right kafuffle
by Darran September 09, 2005
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a screw-up, a SNAFU or confrontation or altercation
the two crackheads got into a kafuffle over the last rock.
by lungpig June 18, 2003
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When a task is troublesome or involves tedious work, it is referred to as a kafuffle.
Changing the bed sheets is such a kafuffle!
by RAnts March 27, 2005
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Contrary to other entries this has zero to do with Little Britain. Its just slang for "Much to do about nothing" and creeps up in every day conversations all the time, its been around long before Little Britain.
Oi blimey, what a load of kafuffle!
by Dan Dodd January 01, 2006
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