Meganekko is not about huge cats. That would be Mega Neko, which is, in turn, not about pretty girls who just wouldn't be the same without their glasses. (And neither of those has anything to do with the character "Big Pussy" from The Sopranos.)
Milkman Conspiracy: If you've read Playing with a Trope, you might think it contains something like "The milkmen are really a front for an ancient conspiracy dedicated to impregnating the world's housewives."
Money for Nothing, despite the Trope Namer, doesn't usually mean getting money by doing nothing (or even by doing something that isn't perceived as "hard work.") It's in effect when you already have the money and can't do anything with it.
It's also not a wing on the back of a car with a built-in stereo. (Although someone should really get to work on that.)
Music Video Credits Sequence is not a credits sequence of a music video, but a film credits sequence which is done in a form of a music video.
Must Seek Leekcould be about watching Henry V for the "eat my leek" line, but that's not what it's named for. Nor is it about Farfetch'd desperately searching for a weapon. Nor is it when a chef is missing an ingredient for his or her soup.
If you work in the catalogue industry and you get a lot of impatient people who can't seem to read the date on which a book or sale starts, you may start to mutter that New Media Are Evil, but this page isn't about that.
The "Nightmare Fuel" trope itself has had numerous problems in the past, because it wasn't obvious by its name that it meant unintentional nightmare fuel. This potential for confusion got so bad that eventually the page was transplanted to Accidental Nightmare Fuel and a more general "scary things" trope plugged into its place.
Nobody Can Die is not an alternate name for Death Takes a Holiday (the former describes settings wherein people should die, they just never seem to, while the latter describes situations in which nobody can die for good, in-universe reasons.)
Not Brainwashed is only the specific trope where a character looks like they've been brainwashed, but has actually changed sides for real. If they're simply not brainwashed, that's not that trope. (Though if they're pretending to be that trope as part of a Fake Defector ploy, that would probably count as a subversion.)