According to Yahoo! Movies, the “Suicide Squad” cast and crew are a single unit; either that, or the writer can’t match a verb to its subject:
Looks like a case of dyslexia has hit Yahoo! Movies again, where neither the writer nor the editor can manage to spell Kirsten:
Guess where the mistake is on the home page of Yahoo! Movies.
It’s that question mark at the end of an imperative sentence.
There are four kinds of sentences: One is the declarative sentence. Do you know what an interrogative sentence is? Tell me what an imperative sentence is. That’s not an exclamatory sentence!
I read this headline on Yahoo! Movies and thought it was about either Heath Ledger or a moor in Scotland:
Seriously, we know it’s “just” a typo, but if you think that typos and misspellings don’t matter, take a look at these comments made by Yahoo! readers:
“Seriously, ‘Heathy Dose’ as a tag line? I’ve watched the horrible editing at Yahoo for years, but this is ridiculous. The small squiggly line in your editor means it’s spelled incorrectly, you morons. I’d even understand if you’d made some Ledger-Batman reference, but
“You guys misspelled your freakin title to this article. Really? Heathy? I’m assuming you meant Healthy. I mean if you want to be taken as a serious journalist then at least proof read you own article before you send it out. I’m sure they must teach that somewhere in 9th grade.”
“Jesus yahoo. You could at least spell your headlines correctly.”
“This is what happens when Yahoo hires writers who had to take remedial English. It’s just not a heathy work ethic.”
“Sorry, what’s a “heathy” dose of violence? Well done Yahoo!”
“A “Heathy” dose of violence?? Does anyone proofread the hook line??”