lithium lick

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lithium lick definition

NeXT employees who have had too much attention from their esteemed founder, Steve Jobs, are said to have "lithium lick" when they begin to show signs of Jobsian fervour and repeat the most recent catch phrases in normal conversation, e.g. "It just works, right out of the box!"
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