Whell, it looks like the whriter for Yahoo! Celebrity whent a little overboard with the H’s:
If you’ve never seen than mistaken for then, or haven’t seen the compound adjective 30-second without its hyphen, then you haven’t been reading Yahoo! DIY.
What would Yahoo! DIY be without its very own misuse of it’s for its?
Somehow in that same article, this got past the eagle-eyed editors:
I think it has something to do with wearing a pattern to keep your head warm. Frankly, I think a hat would be warmer than a pattern.
Of course there are more typos, like this one below:
Call me old-fashioned, but I appreciate the well-placed hyphen and the beauty of a real dash (like this: —) and not a puny hyphen:
Also, I think pronouns (like them) should refer to a noun that’s actually present in the same sentence. Or paragraph. Or article.
There should be some sort of test to become a professional writer. You should be required to have some basic information, beyond knowledge of English, to get a job. You ought to be able to tell the difference between a rose and a carnation; that way you won’t look as ignorant as this writer on Yahoo! Style:
This is the dress that the writer alleges has red rose applique:
Those are red. Those are flowers. But they are carnations, not roses.