PRONUNCIATION: (OM-ni-sham-buhlz)

MEANING: noun: A situation that is a complete mess, especially when resulting from mismanagement.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin omni- (all) + shambles (a state of great disorder). The word was coined by writer Tony Roche in The Thick of It (video, 2 sec.), a satirical television series about the inner workings of the British government. Earliest documented use: 2009. Some related terms are dumpster fire and clusterfuck.

SOMNISHAMBLES - so messed up it puts you to sleep

OMNI-SHAM, LES - Lester, it's all a fake

OMENISH AMBLES - if we go walking maybe we'l see the shape of things to come