noun. Wide receivers drop literal, pigskin-type balls, and the rest of us drop enormous metaphorical balls, making for a boatload of ball-droppitude in the world.
Real citation: "But for sheer ball-droppitude and apparent cluelessness, I'd still put my money on Glenallen. Though I understand that Candlestick supposedly has the most difficult-to-play right field on Earth, it bothers me a lot that Hill hasn't improved."
(Gregg Pearlman, "May Day! May Day! We're Losing Altitude!," May 3, 1997, http://eeeeeegp.com/Notes97/May97Notes1.html)
Made-up citation: "Lately, I've been suffering from frequent ball-droppitude--and yes, my testicles are doing just fine, thank you."