View Full Version : another spin on what moomba means

08-24-2009, 03:03 PM
ok, so this year we bought an 0'8 lsv.. we knew our neighbors friend was going to Australia within the upcomming weeks, so we asked him to find out what MOOMBA means the the aborigines, i already know moomba is a water festival.. now that you know that ill say this,,, at the boat show this year we met one of the representatives of skiers coice from the Supra area, he told us some intersting information, that mastercraft and skiers coice are all made within a mile of each other in tenessee, and that SC was started by a bunch of pissed off mastercraft employees. so they started to make moomba and supra boats.. now our neighbors friend came back from Australia and told us what he came up with.. he said that the aborigiones said.. that if you break it down it means..

MOOM in aborigionie means like a hole or butt ( he wrote what the guy told him)

BA in aborigionie means up

so pretty much the moomba name is saying up your you know what to mastercraft! hahahahah who knows if this is the real deal just thought id put it out there

08-24-2009, 03:34 PM
Natural skeptic that I am, I poked around and found that Urban Dictionary concurs with what you learned. Hmmm, learn something new every day!


08-24-2009, 06:44 PM
Wayne, thanks for the link. That is too funny especially the examples:

Larry: That girl is hot!
Dave: No chance, I moomba-ed her last night

What the **** Johnny, I got another Moomba from you pushing so hard!

08-25-2009, 06:35 AM
OMG thats too dam funny. I'm going to give my boat crew a lesson and a good laugh this weekend LOL.

08-25-2009, 11:04 AM
One more source that is consistant with the others.