Would you have spotted the repeated word word here on the Yahoo! front page:
or here here?
I couldn’t do it. I just couldn’t read past the first paragraph of this article on Yahoo! Health:
That was all I needed to know that this was not a piece of writing that I could trust. This article was not fact-checked, edited, or even proofread, and yet it was about the critical topic of health. Next time I’m looking for reliable information, I’ll go to WebMD.
Someone with too much time on his hands noticed that Joaquin Phoenix’s face looks a little funny in the movie “Her.” According to Yahoo! Movies, there’s a face in the wrinkles of Mr. Phoenix’s forehead and — believe it or not — the face in the forehead also has a face and a mouth:
So, I pulled out my trusty abacus and figured out that there’s three faces and four mouths. But looking at the typos, I may have underestimated.
Oh, it’s so good to know that because I’m thrifty with my money (what else would I be thrifty with?), I don’t have to drive a bad car:
I have no idea what a “bad car” is, because I’ve never heard of a car being bad. Did the writer mean a lemon? Why would the writer assume that tightfisted consumers expect to buy only “bad cars”? Anyhoo, I’m glad to know that according to the yahoo.com folks, I don’t have to drive one even though I’m parsimonious with my money.
Does there seem to be an extra word in the sentence on Yahoo! News in which I was engrossed in?
Aren’t you glad that the actor/comedian/life coach didn’t have foolish words of wisdom?
If he had offered foolish words, I’m sure the Yahoo! Travel would have written: some very foolish words of foolishness.