(interjection) An exclamation of frustration or desperation, often uttered by computer users experiencing technical difficulties. The phrase is a humorous adaptation of the Christian prayer "Jesus take the wheel," which implores Jesus to take control and guide one's life in a positive direction. In the context of computer problems, the speaker is similarly invoking divine intervention to resolve the issue at hand. However, it is unclear whether Jesus has any particular expertise in computer repair, or if he is simply being asked to take over out of a sense of desperation. Nevertheless, the phrase has become a popular meme in online communities, serving as a humorous expression of the exasperation many feel when confronted with malfunctioning technology.