Some professional writers get paid even when they put little or no effort in the accuracy and quality of their writing. Those writers usually work for Yahoo!. And often, they write for Yahoo! Shine and produce articles like this.
What object would make a 6-foot trail behind a woman? Oh, maybe a 6-foot train:
Is Frieda Pinto related to Freida Pinto? That misspelling can’t distract me from the writer’s inability to use the correct word. The wrong word (finding instead of find) certainly detracts from the article:
I would be belittling the writer’s ability if I said she is one of the sloppiest scribes on the Web.
She definitely has a problem including indefinite articles (which would be a and an):
If you thought the writer just made a typo when she wrote about that 6-foot trail, think again. I wonder if it was a man arranging Eva Longoria’s backside. Lucky guy:
Hey, writer, try using a comma once in a while:
Hey, writer, try using a dictionary, too. You might find out how to spell cat’s-eye, flattop, and Martian. Consult a real editor and you might find out there’s no apostrophe in 1960s.
Here’s the final proof that this writer isn’t even trying. She probably misheard this actress’s name on some cheesy celeb-gossip TV show. So, she thinks this is Marion Cotillard’s real name: