The jargon of applied grammatical critique (or "stylistics", to use an imposing word) is full of horribly opaque and misleading terms, which have more backstory than sense: "comma splice", "predicate nominative", "dangling modifier", and so on.
But I will now menace you with a new term that I have invented: "Mooninite".
I am compelled to do this, because of the perfect resemblance between, on the one hand, the sayings of Ignignokt the Mooninite on Aqua Teen Hunger Force and, on the other hand, the style of a certain kind of bad technical writing.
By "Mooninite" prose, I mean long sentences that weirdly combine colloquialisms with ill-fitting formalisms.
When I come across Mooninite prose in manuscripts, sometimes I just play nice and write "awkward" or "simplify!" in the margin. But if I'm the only one who'll be seeing this particular printout, I'll stop and draw a little Ignignokt in the margin.
Now and forever.