It's Prime Minister's Questions, which gives MPs a weekly chance to pick a comfortable seat, jeer at their opponents, and occasionally ask David Cameron a question.
So we decided to slide into the Twitter DMs of three MPs during Wednesday's PMQs.
The brave volunteers were Louise Haigh, Labour MP for Sheffield Heeley; Jamie Reed, Labour MP for Copeland; and Stewart McDonald, SNP MP for Glasgow South. (We asked some Conservative MPs but they declined to take part.)
We started by asking Jamie Reed how he had mentally prepared for the weekly political contest.
We're not very good at films, so Jamie had to talk us through the early stages of the Labour leader's appearance at the despatch box.
Luckily this then opened up the real crux of PMQs: the jeering.
Then we realised this was a chance to ask the questions that you're not really supposed to ask. Luckily, this MP was able to assist, presumably while suffocating.
In summary, for this MP it was a bit of a waste of time – until his fellow Cumbrian MP Sue Hayman stepped in to ask about the aftermath of floods in the region.
Next up: Louise Haigh, to help us understand where the really annoying MPs sit.
In the process she introduced the excellent phrase "nyer, nyer, nyer".
And she's very loyal to her party leader.
She also singled out leader of the house Chris Grayling as a source of particular annoyance. And confirmed that while MPs are looking at Twitter in the House of Commons, it's not changed very much.
Our final pundit was Stewart McDonald MP, who got so excited by PMQs he thought it was already the end of 2016.
He also singled out chuntering from near his seat – from a person he identified as Labour's shadow Welsh secretary, Nia Griffith.
At this point our DMs about Jeremy Corbyn got mixed up with a comment about Diana Ross and it all got very confusing.
Stewart finished by reflecting on the groans from the chamber when UKIP's only MP was called, before making a curious reference to a pig for some reason.
And that is what happens when you slide into the DMs of some MPs during Prime Minister's Questions.
Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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