Specialized and medical term denoting speech (typically but not always commercial or governmental) that uses euphemism, convenient vagueness, numbing repetition, and other such rhetorical subterfuges to produce the impression that one thing was said. Your message, to not be confused with the broader term, "bullshit," was coined by writer Neal Stephenson inside the speculative-fiction novel Anathem.According to Stephenson, those who utilize this style of rhetoric tend to be "more susceptible than any one else to using offense (or pretending to) whenever their bulshytt is pointed out in their mind." Ironically, individuals who use this seemingly confrontational term may be "excluded from courteous discourse, unless they say exactly the same thing in a different way, which means becoming a purveyor of bulshytt oneself. The latter quality most likely explains the uncanny stability and resiliency of bulshytt."Source: Anathem (appendix: glossary) Neal Stephenson, 2008.