I invented a new word because the English language can't explain Southeast Asia

I invented a new word because the English language can't explain Southeast Asia

Internet, I'd like to introduce you to a new word I've invented: fouf 

Fouf is actually an acronym. It stands for full-of-unending-fuckery. I invented the word because I didn't have a way to explain the logistical disaster that is Southeast Asia. Also, the head scratching decisions made by many of the people around me was throwing me into such a tizzy that I just wanted to run out into the middle of the street and scream "WHY IS EVERYTHING SO GODDAMN..." and then I'd draw a blank, because no word existed to adequately represent this level of idiocy/frustration/incompetence. 

What the fouf? Why is my driver dragging his tuk tuk through the gas station? He never stopped to actually get gas. 

What the fouf? Why is my driver dragging his tuk tuk through the gas station? He never stopped to actually get gas. 

But now, dear world, we have fouf. The best part is that fouf can be a noun, adjective, and a verb because as much as it's an acronym, it's also a state of mind. Fouf is what happens when life gets so ridiculous that the only thing you can do is watch the train wreck happen, throw up your hands because whatever God you believe in smited you again, and laugh at the ridiculousness of your situation. For example:

Why did the tuk tuk driver take a hard left, barrel over the median, and go down the wrong side of the street? Because there aren't any road rules in Cambodia and instead everything is fouf.

Why are we still waiting for her? Because she decided to make things foufy and got drunk on rice wine with the locals.

Why did the 7 hour trip take 36 hours? Well, we thought we could do things logically, or we could do things foufily. Fouf is cheaper. 

And of course, 

I foufed. 

ETA: Fouf has been accepted into Urban Dictionary, which means it's real.