Yikes! Who would want to diffuse a goo bomb, which would spread its contents?
Methinks the writer for Yahoo! TV would suggest defusing the bomb, to make it fuse-free and nonexplosive.
I’ll never ever understand who sentences like this one from Yahoo! TV get past the editors:
If I believe this, then all pupils on “The Simpsons” seem to graduate. Which is not what the writer meant. Someone needs to explain the effect of a double negative like none and never.
I’m embarrassed for the writer of this headline on Yahoo! TV:
Will Yahoo! ever provide its writers and editors with a spell-checker — and require them to use it?
A writer for Yahoo! TV could get his fair share of flak for choosing a variant spelling of a word and for making up a word, even if he oozes a sort of earnestness:
How can you claim that Justin Bieber was a “best-remember” character if you can’t remember how to spell his name? Somebody at Yahoo! TV forgot his name and forgot a two letters in best-remembered:
January 17 is the anniversary of Betty White’s birth; it’s her birthday. Her birth date is the date she was born — January 17, 1922. Would someone please pass that info on to the writer for Yahoo! TV?
Although you pronounce the word when reading it, you don’t include the word when writing Henry VIII.
This lesson on English nobility is brought to you by Yahoo! TV.
Although I prefer watching TV shows, I decided to try watching the shoes recommended by Yahoo! TV:
Well, I stared and stared at these retro shoes, but nothin’ happened.
I think I’ll stick to TV.
It’s a freakishly obvious typo on the home page of Yahoo! TV:
I wonder how this got past the editors.
Take a peek at this: Yahoo! TV brought us a sneak peak and I’m wondering if the peak is an Alp or a Himalayan or Andean mountain:
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