Get in touch with me. Also used alone as simply "lime".

A shortcut for the phrase "drop me a line" born from the routine tendency of text messaging devices to "correct" misspellings, in this case the word "line" becomes "lime".

Increasingly "drop me a line" is used more often than "give me a call", because use of text-messaging, tweeting, Facebook-ing, and emailing are becoming as or more common than using the telephone.

Because "lime" is absurdly unique when used in the phrase "drop me a lime", it is being adopted by some wanting to convey the message in a simple and short manner.
(Examples are as used in a text message)

Thnx for info. Lime me.

b there at 8! Lime please.
作者 Googie Whithers 2010年5月15日

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