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The AP Stylebook, a book of nit-picky style and usage rules for writers that haunts journalists’ dreams, might seem slightly anachronistic in the age of blogging and leetspeak. But at least they've been trying to take some technological strides. For instance, they have a pretty comprehensive Twitter account.
But this kind of ironic innovation can’t go unmocked. That’s why someone cooked up Fake AP Stylebook, a Twitter account that will make your subjects and verbs disagree in hilarity.
Strangely, I’ve found that the rules of the Fake AP Stylebook appear to be "followed" by more of the web than the real AP — and not just that more people literally Twitter-follow the fake stylebook than the real stylebook — but bloggers and the like actually seem to adhere to the satirical musings of Fake AP.
For example, let’s start with this rule:
Use "student" to refer to college attendees, and "coed" to refer to really hot students.
Case in point, the web magazine that’s all about the word: COED Magazine. They are currently promoting such tasteful articles as “Super Sexy Sweater Kittens” and “Sexy Halloween Costume Cleavage Collection.” You wouldn't find these articles on the STUDENT Magazine website, would you?
I applaud thee for following the fake style guide.