Lankification

The above word has been coined. It’s a permutation of a proper name, but I won’t divulge the owner of the original name. As you know, sources are to be protected at all costs, regardless of the collateral damage. Anyway, whenever someone does the exact opposite of something requested it’s called (at least here in my office) Lankification, or a form thereof, such as Lankified. Miscommunication and misinterpretation is common and understandable. However, when you’ve provided specific instructions almost to …

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