Busman's holiday

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For the 1936 film, see Busman's Holiday (film). For the 1985 TV series, see Busman's Holiday.

A "busman's holiday" is a holiday spent by a bus driver travelling on a bus: it is no break from his usual routine. By analogy, anyone who spends his holiday doing his normal job is taking a "busman's holiday".

It is so named after coach drivers being paid to drive others to their holiday destinations.[1]

See also: Busman's Honeymoon

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Busman's holiday". Merriam-Webster. Retrieved 3 April 2014.