But you’ll have a blast while it lasts. The FakeAPStylebook is just what it says — a compendium of bad grammatical and style advice on Twitter that satirizes the Bible of the Newsroom. Simply put, it’s a lot funnier than the original.

Here’s a couple of examples:

Breasts should not be referred to as “jugs” unless you need it to rhyme with something else in the article. See also: cans, sweater puppies.

To denote air quotes, “use quotes.”

If the second paragraph of your story begins with “He/she isn’t the only one,” don’t come back to work on Monday.

When there’s no more room in Hell, omit the final paragraphs to save space.