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    #1

    a chained recess monkey at the wheel

    I would appreciate it if someone tells me what this means by "you are like a chained recess monkey at the wheel" in below dialogue?

    A: What'swith you?
    You'relike a chained recess monkey at the wheel.
    B: Justexcited about the two of us grabbing dinner.

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    Re: a chained recess monkey at the wheel

    It's probably a typo for 'rhesus monkey'.

    As for the meaning, you need to provide more context.

    Rover

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