Mark Lowton esquire, being of sound mind and body and an honourable man I can vouchsafe for has seen to it that all writers will benefit mutually from following similar rules for one and for all as penned by a man of good character and stature yours truly below.
These Rules of the Spoof.com henceforth will no doubt provide a level playing field for new and old, male and female and those multi-lingual speakers who partake frequently or now and then and avoid or reconcile unwelcome disputes that may arise due to conflict.
1. People need rules
2. Rules are good
3. Rules should not be bad
4. Everyone benefits from rules
5. What is good for the goose is good for the gander
6. Rules should be followed.
7. Rules help people understand
8. Rules should be numbered
9. Rule breakers need even more rules, as the case may be
So there we have it, conclusively I might add, so as to leave no stone unturned, in your service as always. No need to go to ten like Moses coming down from the mountain top just to round things out, best to keep it in good sense for best use by all.
New items may be added upon request as need be, off you go.
Chief Gramaticist and Proofreader