Unit Confusion isn't about confused special ops organizations, nor with the apparent standard operating procedure of Doctor Who's UNIT. It is also not always about the neverending battle between the International System of Units and the Imperial System of Measurement.
Universal Horror does not refer to things that are scary to everybody with no exceptions.
Unmoving Plaid has nothing to do with a Welsh political party, nor with the superfast speed in Spaceballs being much slower than advertised. Or actually impossible-to-move plaids.
But suddenly introducing one may well cause Shark-Jumping.
WAFF has nothing to do with the Wife Acceptance Factor (the likelihood that any new tech toy or gadget placed in your home will get you chewed out by your wife). And it's not about waffles, either. Not necessarily, at least.
As Werewolf Works says on its page, it's not about a werewolf that does a job. It's also not a page that says that it's always a good idea to include a werewolf in a story, nor does it say it's a good idea to become a werewolf yourself. Nor is it a factory where werewolves are stamped out of a mold.