Get a life!

imp. Hacker-standard way of suggesting that the person to whom you are speaking has succumbed to terminal geekdom (see computer geek). Often heard on USENET, esp. as a way of suggesting that the target is taking some obscure issue of theology too seriously. This exhortation was popularized by William Shatner on a "Saturday Night Live" episode in a speech that ended "Get a *life*!", but some respondents believe it to have been in use before then. It was certainly in wide use among hackers for at least five years before achieving mainstream currency around early 1992.