kerflooey

kerflooey

(kəˈfluːɪ)
adv
into a state of destruction or malfunction (esp in the phrase go kerflooey)
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Other things I'm afraid of: running out of magazine story ideas and the magazine industry going kerflooey. Having books to fall back on or replace magazine work would be nice.
Our lives seemed to go kerflooey. Our forty-two-year-old mother's auburn hair developed a broad white streak nearly overnight, I stopped eating and got a malnutrition thing, and my seven-year-old brother was suddenly told he was "the man in the family now." (Every family has its quirks.)
So, should your laser ever go kerflooey on you, you'll still have your back up iron sights.