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Derived from Steinbeck's protagonist's in "Of Mice and Men"

1. To travel large distances in order to find and/or maintain work during hard economic times.

2. To accept temporary employment, particularly when the hours are long, the task is difficult and has no chance of becoming permanent.

3. To rely on male camaraderie for support during tough economic times.
1. We'll just have to Lenny-and-George it, and take whatever job we can get.

2. We've been Lenny-and-Georging the area for work lately.

3. We're Lenny-and-Georging our way through this.
by OjaMentabe April 09, 2009
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