noun. A catastro-f-word for the young or freaky.
Related term: catastrofrak.
Real citation: “Which means we would have to go through this commercial catastrofreak only one-fourth as often as we now do!”
(JT Evans, Dec. 24, 2006, http://jte39madjeffin.blogspot.com/2006_12_01_archive.html)
Made-up citation: “This operation is one freak short of a catastrofreak. Better call the home office: I hear there’s a speed freak, a health freak, a meth freak, a Jesus freak, a control freak, and a freak magnet just hanging by the watercooler, freaking each other out.”