To digress in an extensive way. To divert the conversation to a topic that is not only unrelated to the topic at hand, but a topic that will likely have no immediate resolution either.
That's an interesting discussion, but let's stay on track and not go down a rat-hole.
作者 The Colonel 2003年7月18日
A place where you put some money to save that no one knows about.
father to son...... Son, you better rat hole some money.
作者 steven algren 2008年12月28日
Made famous by the TWIT podcast Macbreak Weekly, a rat hole is when a discussion follows a constant tangent and ends up with a topic that has nothing to do with the original discussion.
That discussion of Macs which changed into a discussion of classical music was quite the rat hole.
作者 Steven Legault 2008年1月21日
A topic of conversation that has diverted wildly from the original conversational thread and is generally viewed by all (but the one leading the topic) as being without resolution, or at the very least is uninteresting to others in the group. Ratholes usually open up when related but tangential topics are discussed which are explored in much more detail than is required for the relational reference to the original thread.
I was trying to keep things on topic, but you've opened up a big rathole with all this talk of comic book plot twists.
作者 Stark Raven Mad 2007年8月02日
Ratholing can take the form of scamming someone or just generally handing them a bad beat. A rathole can also be an income account in the world of accounting and finance.
Debit Magic Online Inventory, Credit Rathole
作者 BoddyT 2011年8月06日
Poker jargon for a no-limit strategy of buying in for only a small amount and leaving the game as soon as the buy-in is doubled.
A guy with 10 bets in front of him doubled up and then jumped back in his rathole.
作者 c88pokahz 2010年4月29日
A dirty, dingy room, or apartment.
Why don't you clean this rat-hole up?
作者 Rod Brock 2006年5月14日

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