Let's say that I rephrase the first wish:
1) I wish for any future wishes I make to be understood in full, and my original intent shall not be misconstrued at all from what it actually was, nor shall my desires in any way be misrepresented, nor shall any clearly unintended ironic double meanings constitute as granting my wish, NOR SHALL I BE PROHIBITED IN ANY WAY FROM MAKING THESE WISHES.
Then, once I make the second wish, there is nothing that the Monkey's Paw can do to "twist" my wish. Anything that the monkey's paw would conjure - such as, for example, my dream movie being a flop and dooming the franchise, medium, etc. - violate my second wish because the monkey's paw must account for any inexplicit details "in such a way that I would approve of and appreciate," and I would not appreciate such a collapse.
The Monkey's Paw may be a twister of wishes, but it is never a blunt violator of them.