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  • "Act like a jerk" is subjective and not written from a neutral point of view.

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  • So, as some of you mighy know, I've had the idea of a character not being okay with younger-brother-older-sister relation for quite a while now. Remember about 20's Law (explained later on)? Since this is a topic which I believe not everyone might find friendly enough, I've been trying to find ways in which this particular character can be enjoyed by all. That's why, I may or may not change the previous concept of 20's Law, but I need all of your help. Just tell me, which of the concepts below you find more acceptable:

    1. 20's Law: Anything that can go wrong (when the younger brother and older sister are together, of course), will go wrong. It's just like Murphy's Law, but is specific and much more dangerous.

    2. Dr. 20: A ghost (or a viewer) will be there seeing what's going on, commenting on how much they hate seeing the 2 (or 3) together, it should not be allowed and sometimes even trying to separate them, which will probably fail most of the time (depending on the situation). 

    So these are the 2 ideas I have so far. To be honest, I have many memes and ideas in my mind related to this concept, but I cannot reveal them if people feel offended. I may even use both of these concepts together, but I need to know your thoughts. If you have any idea other than these 2, please do tell me. Overall, I need to find out the friendliest way to express something unfriendly without meaning anything wrong.

    I believe you will understand what I'm trying to explain. Please don't get me wrong, okay?

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  • Could you please not add any speculative info on pages about the upcoming episodes? There's absolutely NO WAY that anyone could tell that the Octalians will return in The Speech and Debate League, or that Amanda, Lydia, Chad and Mort will show up in First Impressions, and it's also too early to say things like Cavendish returning in Cavendish (as obvious as that sounds), just like how it was too early to tell that Look At This Ship concerns the Octalian spaceship. Sure, the Octalian Ship appearing in Look At This Ship sounds obvious, but given the information we had at the moment you wrote that, no one knows that for sure. That's why it's important to only add stuff we know for certain (usually from TV guides, press releases, or from the episode itself after it has aired).

    The reason why we don't accept speculative information on the actual articles is because they may not end up true. You had written on the Speech and Debate League page that the Octalians may return in that episode, but there was literally NOTHING that even denotes anything like that. As of today, we know the synopsis of that episode too, and it doesn't include them. Sure, they might still appear, but at the same time, they might not. Basically, no one knows if they will appear at all.

    So, a reminder for next time: If the next bit of trivia on an upcoming episode includes anything like "This may be about", or "This episode may be including", or "This may be", then maybe don't add it. Because at the same time, it might not happen.

    If you want to speculate about the events of upcoming episodes, please do it on the forums instead.

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  • Welcome to Milo Murphy's Law Wiki, and thank you for your contribution to the Thread:16567#11|The future of Milo Murphy's Law. page! There's a lot to do around here, so I hope you'll stay with us and make many more improvements.

    Whether you made edits before without an account or if this really is the first time you've edited here, I recommend that you read our "New to the Wiki?" page. It will give you an overview of how things are arranged here, what we expect from our contributors and explain why edits are sometimes changed or undone. When you're ready to learn more, check out the Community Portal.

    The next things you should read are the following:

    • The Manual of Style for details on how a page should look.
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    These pages will help you avoid making many common first-time editor mistakes and make the job of the administrators easier.

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    If you like, you can add your birthday to the Community birthday list so that it will be featured on the main page when it is updated at the beginning of each month.


    I'm really happy to have you here, and look forward to working with you!

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