SAFU ? I'm not sure about the usage note. I can only find two references on the web to SAFU which in both cases is explained as "Self-Adjusting Foul Up". Is this really what most people mean by SNAFU? — DavidL 12:44, 8 Sept 2004 (UTC)
All three links at the bottom are dead, link rot, entered wrong? leaving them until someone who knows about them can fix them—This unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) at 08:34, 9 April 2006.
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- Agreed. Usually we just expand an initialism and link to the corresponding Wiktionary or Wikipedia article where the user can see what the expanded term means (eg, "UK" need only give United Kingdom as its definition, as there is a Wiktionary article for the expanded form). Where the term is not used in its expanded form, as here, we must should explain what the full form means, how it is used, or both. Here a usage note is probably sufficient. — Paul G 16:38, 14 March 2007 (UTC)