Can you spot it?

Can you spot the misspelling from


The white dog with the spots is a Dalmatian. The breed is named after Dalmatia, an area on the Adriatic Sea.

You just gotta work through it!

If you’re trying to read this article from Yahoo! Style and you’re stumbling on some serious misspellings, you just gotta work through it:


Was Ms. Willis paling around, bleaching her skin? Or was she palling around with friends? You decide. Did you notice that the writer didn’t leave intact intact? Yeah, me, too. And I’m pretty sure Ms. Willis didn’t say she “gotta work though it,” aren’t you?

Like the city in Belgium

You don’t need to take a trip to Belgium to know that its capital is Brussels. You don’t even need to be a college graduate, because most of us learned that fact in eighth grade. Most of us, but not everyone at Yahoo! Style, where someone forgot the S at the end of the city’s name:


The vegetable, believed to be named for the Belgian city, is the Brussels sprout (or sometimes, brussels sprout).

Makers of mistakes

I think I know why Yahoo! changed the name of the site Yahoo! DIY to Yahoo! Makers — because they’re makers of lots of mistakes!

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There’s no comparison

There’s just no comparison between “news” on the Yahoo! front page and news from legitimate sources that employ people who know how to proofread:

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Maybe you should try Googling her name

I know one person who didn’t bother searching for Ariana Grande, and that person works at

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Oddest oddsmaker is a real stinker

Here’s a really odd oddsmaker from the Yahoo! front page:

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That’s not the only oddity in that module: The sentence below it seems really odd, too.

That does not soothe my nerves

Seeing a misspelling on the Yahoo! front page, one of the most visited pages on the Internet, does not soothe my nerves. It has just the opposite effect:

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An avalanche of emails

With the number, frequency, and severity of errors that are made every day on the Yahoo! front page, I can’t believe the Internet giant doesn’t receive an avalanche of emails protesting its embarrassing use of English:

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Too much of Graham Elliot

How embarrassing for Yahoo! TV. Here on its home page is a little more of Graham Elliot than is necessary:

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