I really appreciate the efforts of whoever, a few days ago, cleaned up a ton of non-examples.
A LOT of people don't understand this trope. I keep seeing non-examples added all the time. I had to delete one just today where someone mistook "Man on a Ledge", about a man who's helping a woman escape an abusive relationship, as an example of this trope because "it's about a man, on a ledge", which is most definitely is not.
I added a comment right at the beginning of the article, in comment notation (so it's only visible when people go to edit), that says "if it needs explanation beyond the title, it's not an example of this trope", but I seriously doubt it will help much. I think people would genuinely think "it contains this element, so the title really does explain it" and miss the point.
Anyone have any ideas how to fix this so less people will add non-examples? Maybe rewriting the comment to say "If there's more complexity beyond what the title suggests, it's not this trope" or even rewriting it to say and in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS? Is there anything that can really help prevent misuse of this trope? Add a "BEFORE YOU ADD EXAMPLES, READ THIS FIRST"?
Please give me ideas. I'm tired of seeing this trope misunderstood and abused.