In an answer to one of Preternia's questions, regarding the possibility of brick-and-mortar MOTU Classics releases, you said: "We would also likely 'plus down' the figures with one head and one accessory to maintain collectability for the original release."
What in the name of Muawijhe, Lord of Insanity, does "plus down" mean? Surely plus is up, minus is down? The phrase implies simultaneous addition and subtraction, thereby making it semantically null. Please explain the etymological and syntactical derivation of this phrase. Or use plain English in your answers in future. Thank you for your time.
". . . cross me, and you'll soon discover that beneath this playful, boyish exterior beats the heart of a ruthless, sadistic maniac."
- Lord Edmund Blackadder, from Blackadder II