Top Definition
To presume that a task will be short in length, when in reality it turns out to be the complete opposite, and an unbelievable nightmare to boot. First used by Sir Laurie Painter of Salisbury
"Listen I've got a quick job for you, 5 minutes in and out"
by Von Winkle of Le Froy November 05, 2008
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