How does someone get the job title of senior editor for Yahoo! Shine? Do you need to know anything about popular culture? Nope. In fact, you can screw up the title of the popular TV series “Downton Abbey”:
You can even screw up facts like the year that “Dangerous Liaisons” was released (it was 1988) and the year Madonna performed at the MTV Awards (it was 1990):
You can misspell Daniela Denby-Ashe’s name:
and drop the hyphen from Catherine Zeta-Jones:
You can even insert an apostrophe in Kaiulani and move the hyphen in Jenna-Louise Coleman’s name:
Forgot the comma in “Murder, She Wrote”? No problem!
Even if you get three out of three titles wrong (“The House of Elliott,” “Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna,” and “Downton Abbey” would be correct), you can still call yourself a senior editor: