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An administrative term used in SE NM, for taking off on Friday afternoon and doing whatever you want to do, i.e. screwing off.
by Rob on May 18, 2012
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This is an incorrect definition of Rat Killing

When dad has unruly boys needing something to do, he'll say "Boys, there's too many rats down in the barn, we need to kill them." Gets boys up in the middle of the night and they kill rats with shotguns.

Of course, there's always just as many rats down at the barn..

By extension, a "rat killing" job is one designed to kill time but which doesn't have any net effect accomplishing anything...
by Sam Fullman on Aug 20, 2015
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Old time Southern expression. Long ago farmers who had an infestation of rats in the corn crib would invite the neighbors over to kill off all the rats they could. It became something of a community party to go to a rat killin'.
by Tony on Feb 16, 2017
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Chinese Buffet
by Beezer on Feb 16, 2017
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Most likely rookies job or a job that would make as much as a difference of killing a rat
by Carlo on Jan 04, 2016


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