hanger fix
 n.— «Felix told me the way he dealt with those. He called it a “hanger fix.” When he was told to correct something that he thought didn’t need fixing, he’d hang the pattern behind his table (where we kept all of our work in progress) and just wait. The next time he was asked if he’d corrected that style, he’d affirm and give them the pattern that he hadn’t done a thing to!» —“The crisis of Kaizen” by Kathleen Fasanella Fashion-Incubator Dec. 2, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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