Norwegian word used to describe something so horrible that the word drit
won't be adequate. Extending the word with an extra descriptive "møka" to drit
, gives the impression of extra dissatisfaction from the user of this word. "Møk" itself means something like shit
or even drit
, though in physical shape as stool, "møk" often tends to be softer, wetter, and often from animals. This means that "møkadrit", can only to a certain extent be synonymous to "shittyshit".
If you ever travel to Norway and the weather is horrible, an easy conversation starter to Norwegian inhabitants can be something like "man, Norwegian weather is a real piece of møkadrit"