A colloquial term for the region of the human brain that is key in the solving of mathematical, and theoretical problems. Derived from the idea that it 'skips' all unnecessary information, exacting conclusions in an effortless, 'skipping-like' manner, it is often referred to as the 'calculator' section of the brain.
Deficiency in the Skipper is sometimes, but not always, accompanied by increased artistic and creative skill, as brain power and space is diverted to the creative section.
However overdeveloped Skippers also have the side effect of causing slight eccentricity and random spasmodic outbursts of affection, which often can be mistaken for a mental affliction.
Professionals should always be consulted when differentiating between an overdeveloped or hyperactive Skipper, and mental conditions.
People with the advanced mathematical capacity, and eccentricity are often referred to simply with the pseudonym 'Skipper'.
That guy is on some next maths hype.
Must be a Skipper.
Is he a bit weird?
Nah just an over-active Skipper-he's good at physics too.