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It’s an American Slang (which is used across the world also) to signify an extravagent and useless project .

During the late 1920s and early 1930s, Boy Scouts at summer camps spent their days not only swimming and playing games but participating in the latest scouting craze in which boys braided and knotted colorful strands of plastic and leather to fashion lanyards, neckerchief slides and bracelets and a scout magazine coined the term for this new handicraft—boondoggling.

Critics say the dam is a complete boondoggle—over budget, behind schedule, and unnecessary
But really, aside from these nice side benefits, the whole thing is a boondoggle, at least it is for us.

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