A phrase used to describe someone who comes up with multiple reasons to excuse oneself from work, and is most commonly used in the army to describe soldiers who wish to avoid participating in tedious activities. 'Chao' (臭) means ‘smelly’ and ‘keng’ (装) means ‘pretend’ in Hokkien. The phrase literally translates to 'smelly person who pretends'. For the slack Singaporean.
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