television remote control; term dates from the late 1960s when the first tv remotes made a loud click when the buttons were pressed (because they sent an audible high-pitched noise to a microphone in the tv which would then change channels or volume. The click was actually a small hammer inside the remote that struck a small metal tube which made it resonate. Each button on the remote had it's own tube.) The type was discontinued due to the fact that someone dropping their keys or the phone ringing would cause the tv to go crazy and change channels by itself.
I can't find the clicker. Did it get lost in the couch again?
A noun which refers to players of World of Warcraft and other MMORPGs who click on spells/abilites in their user interface as opposed to binding them to buttons on a keyboard or mouse. In game, this gives them the appearance of being very slow, noobish and just plain out dense due to the increased time required to use these spells/abilities.
It is a dynamic derogatory term which can be applied in many circimstances.
"A guy at the office just stapled his hand to his forehead."