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[[caption-width-right:193:It's all prepped and ready! Just [[FallingIntoTheCockpit strap in]] and push the BigRedButton!]]

->''"GET '''ON''' WITH IT!"''
--> -- '''{{God}}''', ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''

Oh, c'mon, people, this proposal has has been slumbering at the bottom of the TropeLaunchPad page for eons now! It already has over 30 replies and ''who knows'' how many hats! Do you realize what a pain in the ass sorting all these examples will be? Just launch this monster already, before it [[{{Kaiju}} grows even more]] and [[TheTokyoFireball starts rampaging across downtown Tokyo]]!

A common syndrome among TropeLaunchPad entries is when the original poster of the entry for some reason (forgot about it/had no internet/write your own excuse) starts ignoring it without previously declaring it Administrivia/UpForGrabs. In this case, instead of being launched immediately after accumulating a critical example mass and [[Administrivia/NeedsABetterName finding a nice name]], the entry stays in discussion for weeks, repeatedly [[Administrivia/TLPBump bumped]] by people who find it tropeworthy but dare not launch it themselves out of fear to offend the original poster.

Also, if you think yourself smart for declaring an entry Administrivia/UpForGrabs and hope that somebody will launch it, we have bad news for you: no one will. Instead, the entry will accumulate another 60 replies and go down because nobody would ever want to sort that mess out. Or just go down as it is, because everybody is busy monitoring and launching their own tropes. Either way, your trope ain't gonna get launched, period. So take responsibility for your creations, damn it.

The wiki's official made-up rule on the use of this trope is as follows: If Just Launch It Already is used twice in a single proposal, "ownership" of the proposal falls from whoever made it to whoever has been demanding a launch. So quit yer yappin' and Just Launch It Already!

However, the same corollary applies here as in GodwinsLaw in that this rule cannot be invoked deliberately in order to steal proposals. Yeah, like that's gonna happen.