It's too complicated to explain but I was relieved to discover it doesn't mean dunking your beloved smartphone into youknow-what.
What does TOCOTOX stand for?
TOCOTOX stands for Too Complicated To Explain
This definition appears somewhat frequently
- Technical Order Change Notice
- Task Order Contracting Officer
- Technical Order Conversion Office
- Technical Order Conversion Operations
- Tour Confirmation (physical security)
- Toxic Organic Compounds in the Environment
- Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo, Japan)
- Tokyo Commodity Exchange
- Twente Organizational Communication Model
- Tools for the Composition of Open Object-Oriented Distributed Systems
- The Oregon Consortium and Oregon Work Alliance
- Total Ownership Cost Plan
- Transient Objects Confirmation Page (Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams; Harvard University' Cambridge, MA)
- Truth or Consequences Public Library (New Mexico)
- Table of Organization Change Request
- Tanecní Orchestr Ceskoslovenského Rozhlasu (Czech: Dance Orchestra of the Czechoslovak Radio)
- Task Order Change Request (US NASA)
- Technical Order Contract Requirement
- Terminal Optical Character Reader
Samples in periodicals archive:
But longevity "is a messy trait" that may be too complicated to explain with a small number of genetic variants.
It was too complicated to explain so I thought I'd just bake it and take it to him," Gisela told Hancock.
For reasons too complicated to explain, I sat through the whole frantic and frenetic festival of fatuous foolishness on Saturday (not a good night for human cheese machine Daniel Evans) and marvelled at the loyalty to the cause shown by my fellow viewers.
I decided to reconstruct a whole sheet of 240, according to their letters - too complicated to explain, but each stamp had a different pair of letters as a way of deterring forgers.
The veteran third baseman declined to comment Wednesday, saying his test was too complicated to explain and repeatedly insisted that he would have more information Friday.
There's also a Christmas party, at which everyone gets tipsy and sings carols off key, and an annual affair called Strawberry Night, which is much too complicated to explain.
Frankly, the battling, which employs five elemental forces, is way too complicated to explain in detail here but it works wonderfully well and, while confusing at first, quickly becomes intuitive.