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Expression used to denote ones depressive, apathetic attitude toward their work. Usually, it expresses your inability to change anything and your inevitable departure from said job.
Example 1:

Guy 1: "Did you get the memo? I guess they're taking money back because they overpaid us $600 for per diem on that business trip last week."

Guy 2: "They can keep it. In fact, they should take more of my money. Who needs college tuition? Not my kids."

Example 2:

Guy 1: "You hear, man, we have to stay late again because the boss can't get her shit strait."

Guy 2: "She can keep it. In fact, she should take more of my nights. I don't mind missing my sons' birthday."

Guy 1: "It's hers. She can have it."
by simpledude March 23, 2010
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