adj. A common self-fuddling state.
Real citation: "Lexicographers are interested (professionally, that is) in words they can put in dictionaries. They watch new creations to see if they stick around; if not, they forget them. Linguists are interested in how speakers form words, among many other things. Linguistilexicographers, on the other hand, are selfconfoozled."
(languagehat, Oct. 1, 2008, MetaFilter, http://www.metafilter.com/75294/Fandiddlydamntastic)
Made-up citation: "Would you rather be self-confoozled or just confoozled? Or merely foozled? Choose your fooz wisely, my son!"