Mombasa is an expression that has stood the ultimate test of time. Mombasa is neither an object nor an adjective but rather, a summary of a situation in its entirety. Mombasa is often used with negative emotional connotations and is widely accepted as a sign of displeasure or disapproval. Mombasa is not merely a part of a sentence; Mombasa suffices as the sentence itself.
1.
Life sucks. Simply nothing good has come out of it. It's just Mombasa.

2.
Tony is in jail. His wife was recently impaled on a picket fence. His children have all had sex changes and punch babies for a living. Tony has lost count of how many times he has dropped the soap. Tony's situation is Mombasa.
by Summiser January 27, 2009

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