If you can’t spell, don’t know anything about fashion or movies, you have no business writing a Fashion Report Card for Yahoo! Movies. But you’re the perfect candidate for a Writing Report Card! Let’s take a look at some of your musings and let’s give them a grade (and maybe a snarky comment).
The only reason you didn’t get a failing grade is that it’s almost understandable. The adjective form is glamorous, so perhaps you thought the noun form was glamor. It isn’t and a spell-checker would have told you that.
Depending on the authority, the noun is either makeup or make-up. According to all authorities, it’s not make up.
Misplaced word; misspelled Elie Saab
This should be “but sometimes even icons get it wrong.” There’s no excuse for misspelling Elie Saab.
Misspelled movie title, “Les Bien-Aimes”
No excuse. No excuse at all.
Misspelled Calvin Klein
Screw up Calvin Klein and you automatically go to Misspell Hell.
I’d like to compliment the writer on his or her talents. I’ll let you know if I discover any.
This is a rather creative use of punctuation: Who would have thought to use a hyphen to join an adjective to the noun it modifies?
Incorrect comparative of an adjective; misspelled glamour
Maybe this is just a trendier spelling of glamor. Or maybe the writer is a little slow.
Incorrect punctuation; typo
Oh, gawd, this is awful.
An understandable misspelling of coif. But it’s still wrong.
Incorrect movie name “Les Bien-Aimes”
Misspelling two out of three words in a movie title? You need to turn in your keyboard.
Overall Grade: A big, fat effin’ F