What does "a crick in the neck" mean? Does he saying he has neck pain?
"A crick in the neck" here refers to having a tightness, stiffness, or soreness in one's neck often as a result of having one's neck in an uncomfortable position for a long period of time. So in this case, he says he has "a crick in the neck" because he has been stuck inside the lamp for 10,000 years.
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