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Bat and trap is an ancient English ball game related to cricket and played at country pubs in the county of Kent.
John: 'Hey Reb, fancy a game?'
Rebecca: 'Yeah, I love playing bat and trap'
by left5eye August 28, 2008
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A ridiculous pastime, played mainly in "pubs" in Kent by tossers called Rupert with plums in their mouths and cocks in their arses (in fact, homosexuality is often a requirement to actually participate in the sport in some pubs).
Rupert: "Fancy a quick game of bat and trap, Miles?"
Miles: "Only once we've finished this round of the biscuit game, looks like I've lost again!!!"
by steve March 11, 2008

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