It's The Same Old Soup
(It's the literal translation for è sempre la solita minestra)
This is the perfect example of a Low Quality Question that also happens to be a Single-Word-Request. The question consists of one sentence
I am looking for a single word that describes: a mixture of a lot of things that ends up pretty messed up.
The accepted answer, quality-wise, is a hundred times worse than the one under scrutiny in the OP's question.
That question should have been closed hours ago, if it had been, the OP would have been forced to clarify his Q and I wouldn't be feeling so incensed as I do now.
I deleted my previous answer because when a user, who you are actually defending, posts a hostile-sounding comment you just want to say: Ahh fuck it. Why do I bother? However, from that deleted answer, here are the first two paragraphs.
Low Quality Questions. What to do?
The thing is, if you know the question is weak, don't dignify it with an answer. If you know it's weak and you have voted to close it, all the more reason not to answer it. Weak questions, and those that are perceived to be low quality should NOT be answered in the first place.
Q: Does a weak question legitimize a weak answer?
A weak question does not ‘legitimize’ an answer that lacks depth and detail, but six answers do legitimize a low quality question in the eyes of visitors. Also consider the eventuality that one or more high quality answers will tell visitors, and the OP, that the question is acceptable.