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|This page in a nutshell: Sooner or later, someone always invokes the Infobox Wars. Resistance is futile.|
The Iron Law of Infobox Ubiquity was first proposed (as far as historians can discern) on June 6, 2018. In its modern formulation it states that
|“||In any sufficiently long Wikipedia discussion, sooner or later someone is bound to invoke the Infobox Wars. Then Nazis. Then infoboxes and Nazis.||”|
The Iron Law of Grammar Goofs is
|“||Your most likely to make a grammar error when discussing someone else whose made one.||”|
|“||Ones almost as likely to do so when apologizing for ones own grammar error.||”|
- Iron law of oligarchy
- Godwin's law (obviously)
- Battle of the Admin Box
- WP:Pack's law
- WP:Atsme's Law
- Muphry's law
- "(no edit summary)". Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents. June 6, 2018.
- EEng (October 21, 2018). "Editor unintentionally introducing bad grammar into articles". User talk:Bishonen.