Never mind the headline

Never mind the headline on the home page of Yahoo! Music: It’s wrong:

nevermind music

The idiom that means “don’t bother” is two words: never mind. The quaint noun that means “attention or notice,” used in the negative sense is one word: nevermind. But pay no nevermind to that and just go with two words.

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3 Responses to “Never mind the headline”

  1. ericjbaker Says:

    Plus, I point out yet again, the overall construction is painful to read. I don’t know of any Nirvana song called “Nevermind.” It’s an album title. And why use “The”?

    Is “Thriller” by Michael Jackson ever referred to as “The Thriller”?


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