I suggest we use the "dickens" as a unit for fuckery for a number of reasons, namely:
a) Charles, undoubtedly the most famous person ever to carry the Dickens surname, was apparently a dick himself (I did my research, I asked Google "who is the biggest asshole in history" and there he was; and before you point out that I should have typed directly "the biggest fucker" instead, I will have you know that "the Hefner", "the Castro" or "the Casanova" do not ring the way that we would like to see associated with this socio-mathematical theory);
b) dickens contains "dick" on it, which (apart from its inherent comedic value) among other things means "a fucker, an asshole, e.g. don't be a dick", which meaning could now be redefined as "a person with an unusually high content in dickens who contributes to an increase of the dickensity of its environment", which makes perfect sense and which will be added to the SI if we define "dickensity" as kilodickens/m3, which I think we should; which takes me to the next point,
c) it is the same on every language on Earth thanks to its origins as a proper noun (plus it will not be confused with the original "Dickens" thanks to both context and the fact that our unit starts with a lower case letter), it is a commonly understood word worldwide and it even exists already on autocorrect dictionaries - I can confirm this as I write here (curiously enough, the word "autocorrect" is underlined with a wiggly red line, despite this being the preferred spelling at Wikipedia); and finally
d) just like "Kodak" (fantastic etymology, which I am sure you are familiar with), the word has a certain quality to express, like if it were Tolkien's Elvish, its own meaning by the mere physical sound that it produces when spoken (me being a professional musician surely introduces some bias into my thoughts, since I give a higher priority to musical aspects than an average person would), although I have to admit that this is a potentially subjective perception, at least while we demonstrate that music is, indeed, THE Universal Language. I will get back to you as soon as I hear back from an alien culture that gets Bach (I am shamefully proud of this sentence).
I am still enjoying the irony of that autocorrect thing... Gödel would be delighted to learn that autocorrect dictionaries contain all the words of a language except the term used for themselves, while M.C. Escher would get tingles thinking of a way to illustrate this concept on his next drawing.