Mujo is generally used nickname (in Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as in other countries of ex Yugoslavia region) for someone whose name is Mustafa (eng. Mustapha). This nickname is commonly used as name of main character in urban jokes. It has also been used by Serbian propaganda to represent Muslims of the region as stupid , bad mannered, impolite etc.
Mujo is walking down the street carrying scissors. His friend sees him and asks why you are carrying scissors. Mujo replies I had a call from the E.R. (emergency room) they told me that my mother in law’s life is hanging by a thread.
An onomatopoeia for the sound that people from the former Yugoslavia region use often. Whether young, old, girl, boy, scholar, or someone raised in the upbringing but can't speak the language, it is a universal phrase. It is often used when one is stretching, in disbelief, disappointed, or other situations where noise comes out of the mouth for no apparent reason. In English, "joj" is essentially the equivalent of "oh" or "ah", and "ay" in Spanish.
Joj is pronounced "yoy", like boy with a y at the beginning.
American stretching: "Ughhhh. Ahhhhhhhh. That felt so good."
Yugoslavian stretching: "Ahhhhhhhhh. JOOOOOOOOJ, daj mi jos jedan cevapi."
"That was due TODAY?! Jooojjjjj!"
Mihajlo: "What do you call a Yugo with brakes?"
Zvonimir: "A Yugo? I don't know."
Suljo and Zvonimir: "Joj hahahaha."