It’s not the accent per se . . .

It’s not the spelling per se that’s horrible on Yahoo! Style:

It’s the accent over the E. Why the writer thought that was necessary is beyond me. Maybe if the writer had spent less time on creating a French-inspired per se and more time proofreading, she would have noticed the typo.

I didn’t even know heath needed care

The United States Congress will be voting on the care of heath:

I had no idea that heath care was even a thing or that it needed federal funding. Thank goodness Yahoo! News is here to keep us informed!

I’m just cury-ous

I’m cury-ous: How does a mistake like this on Yahoo! Style get past the editor and the spell-checker?

Thanks for the clothes!

Thanks to Yahoo! Style I am now the proud owner of the “fashion trends to know for fall 2017.” Some generous person just bought them for me!

That’s an excellent example of why you can’t rely solely on a spell-checker to do your proofreading.

Nailed it!

Nailed it? No, the editors at Yahoo! Style didn’t exactly nail the spelling of elegance:

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Readers protest tyop

Readers protest this attempt at ageism on Yahoo! Style:

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Blogger’s says goodbye

I wish we could all say goodbye to typos over at Yahoo! Style. But, alas, they persist:

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An embarrassing wardrobe malfunction

Here’s a really embarrassing wardrobe malfunction, courtesy of Yahoo! Style:

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The bigger the package…

Well. This is generally a G-rated blog, but sometimes Yahoo! staffers make R-rated mistakes. This time the Yahoo! Style makes this claim:

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Could be. The bigger the package, the bigger the pric. Not that I’m speaking from experience., but I hear many people saying that.

Impersonating an editor

Someone over at Yahoo! Style impersonates a competent editor with this huge headline:

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