Any statement can be interpreted to mean anything.
This is surely true in a strict sense, but would render all logical investigation impossible, and in common sense terms is surely false (there may be several interpretations of a statement, but that does not mean that infinite interpretations have been, or are, taken).
The legal system encouters arguments (sincere and frivolous) that rely on the subjectivity of terms all the time, leading to famous ripostes like "I know it when I see it", but is there a term for relying on it as an argument beyond the bounds of common sense? (Or is it just known as being unreasonable? ;-)
I've found plenty of fallacies that are close (if by whisky, equivocation, Loki's wager, moving the goalposts) and is possibly a case of begging the question (they should prove it can be interpreted in any way), but I haven't found a specific term for it.
Any help much appreciated.