It’s laughs galore in this article from Yahoo! Shine, and all of them are the unintentional consequence of a writer (and editor, perhaps) unfamiliar with basic grammar.
Some might call the unusual and incorrect commas and the missing hyphen sad. I think it’s funny that a writer who probably graduated from high school has no clue how to use punctuation:
Mom might not be flattered to see that she’s downgraded to a common noun here, but I find it amusing:
The hilariously misspelled cummerbunds and the missing hyphen in ex-girlfriend add to the entertainment value of the article:
I get a chuckle out of seeing a missing word and roar when a paid professional doesn’t know the difference between its and it’s. (It’s supposed to be it’s.)
Another missing word! Ha-ha!
The comma here is wrong (it should be a semicolon or a hyphen).
Let’s be honest. The writer really has no idea how to punctuate a sentence, how to proofread, or which homophone to use. Isn’t that funny?