When I was growing up and my mother was mildly irritated she would often delcare: “Oh, pifflefoot!” I am moving into a new office (same job, same building, new floor, nicer space) and realized my initial configuration plan is not going to work, and so I uttered (to myself) “Oh, pifflefoot!” And it dawned on me that I had not heard that phrase in some time, made me curious about how common it is (and provided an excuse not to unpack).
Well, I am uncertain whether this expression is a single word or two, but either way, while it is not a singleton, it is pretty darned close!
All of this reminded me of a book I am reading that is quite fun in which a couple of geeks persuaded Google to let them do ngram work on a random sample of Google Books. Here is a review of Uncharted.
Well, back to unpacking and setting up my new office.