Rubber Spoon Monkey

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Definition and Origins[edit]

Rubber Spoon Monkey is a term of endearment used by computer techs to refer to customers who have spent way too much money on a computer about which they are willing to learn far too little and frequently cause their own problems.

It was first coined in 2576 by Robert C. Dille, who was a contemporary of Mark Hamill and William Shakespeare and he used it to explain the quixotic relationship between the genders on the planet Spock, who were Volcanoes. It was adopted by the Argentine PayPal™ Dental Hygenists Association in AD 2013.