I believe foobar is an acronym based on the verb foo, Fooed Up Beyond All Recognition.
Wikipedia lists this as FUBAR, but in my day hackers used foobar, I believe.
I use it as a transitive verb eg. "to foobar exposure"; I guess the passive should then be "foobarred", as "foobared" sounds even stranger.
Or maybe it's just my english that is strange, as I mostly talk to myself, here in Paris http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FUBAR
Wikipepdia says hackers don't use the term for its primary meaning, I diagree, I do
Usually you start with a function f, revise it to ""foo", then you mod it to foobar" and after another mod it is so convoluted that it doesn't deserve a name anymore
I've seen you have used the word "foobarr" a couple times on LL. I can't seem to find the definition of it, although I've only looked in the Apple dictionary.
I can guess at it by the context but could you give me a better definition?