Figure of Speech: skotison (SKO tih son), the figure of ultimate darkness
Skotison, which means “Darken it!” in ancient Greece, uses obscure language to seem profound, or to make the speaker feel part of an exclusive group. People who can type 70 words per minute and have perfect control over the shift key nonetheless insist on using computer-cipher like “lol” (laugh out loud) and “imho” (in my humble opinion). Why? Because it makes them feel part of the computer “literate” tribe.
Along comes the Internet Dictionary & Translator
to save the rest of us. Type in some jargon or acronym, and it
will give you the English version.
Snappy Answer: "Something's wrong with your keyboard." (Avoid using the word “skotison.” That would be a skotison.)