Using corporate funds to visit a client that you really don't need to see. The real reason for visiting the client is to explore the area, visit a friend, try the food scene, or some other personal reason not associated with work. Your boss is unaware of your true motive and believes you are actually conducting work.
Salesperson 1: "Jim is going to Hawaii to visit his client next week."
Salesperson 2: "Bullshit. Jim's client there is tiny. That's just a boondoggle so he can surf all week. I bet he only goes to the office once."
by FQ_GFY February 11, 2020
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a business trip, often to an exotic destination, in which you do more relaxing/fun stuff than work
During my boondoggle in Honolulu, the company put me up in a mighty nice resort hotel. I came home with a great tan.
by creaternity May 28, 2006
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On our boondoggle in Laughlin Mr. Laughlin took us to his ranch and Patrick prepared a hot pocket for him.
by Bpcjamin February 22, 2015
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The act of braiding ones pube hair in varies patterns; which may include spiral, zipper, zig-zag, brick, etc.....
My wife pulled my pants down to perform oral sex and seen I had a few boondoggles dangling so she divorced me.
by That1Guy42069 July 25, 2023
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An extravagant masturbatory extravaganza proving you are a complete jack ass.
Boy, after that boondoggle, I just pict up and movied.
by KR November 1, 2004
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a fun retreat, often to a vacation destination, which is equal parts celebration, inspiration and collaboration; an extremely effective and fun way to build team culture
"I'm really looking forward to our annual team boondoggle in San Diego! Last year we hiked Torrey Pines, did yoga on the beach, ate awesome fish tacos, drank champagne...oh yeah, and learned oodles about being a successful entrepreneur!"
by Lexa11 November 2, 2015
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