Pronounced: qí mǎ zhǎo mǎ
Literally: “ride a horse, seek a horse”
Means: Apparently this can be used a couple of different ways: (1) working one job while looking for a better one (what I’ll be doing if I ever end up teaching English in China). (2) to not realize that you already have the thing you’re seeking.
If anyone has a clearer explanation, I’d love to hear it! (Thanks, fran!)