A guy I know said this on Twitter:
Don't trust any -archy
— Marc Brooks (@IDisposable) March 9, 2017
Archy wouldn’t use a capital letter or an apostrophe. Nice try at making us think a cockroach had hacked your computer, though.
I was, of course, referring to Archy, a piece of schtick by The Evening Sun (NY) columnist Dan Marquis. The gist was that a cockroach would jump on the keys of Marquis’ keyboard overnight, generating different poems and bon mots and whatnots, and he would sign it -archy. Because he was hopping on the keys, he couldn’t use capital letters or punctuation that used shift keys (depending upon your model and typewriter, the apostrophe was probably a shift piece of punctuation, not like your modern keyboards).
But I’m not sure anyone else in the world would get that. That trivia is so old it does not appear in trivia nights and games any more.
Being this is the Internet, I have put this post into a form many Internet readers will understand.