So, you finally landed a job writing for a big, hot-shot Internet company. Your mother must be so proud to see what you’re producing for Yahoo! Shine! Unless, of course, she’s like my mother. In that case she’d be appalled to see that you don’t know compliment from complement and that you think pharaoh is a proper noun:
She’d be mortified to think that you put an apostrophe in the plural Kardashians:
She’d be ashamed to realize that you didn’t bother to research Wilson Phillips and Chynna Phillips — just so you got the spelling right:
If your mother is like mine, she’d be grateful that you have a job — and that this article doesn’t have a byline.