If you think about it for a second, this means that the coat is European, Coastal, and Vintage. Three of white people’s favorite things.The latter 'sentence' is only a fragment. From the same post:
This makes them feel better than the white people have spent thousands of dollars on an identical piece of clothing.We are missing a "who" in that sentence. Amongst SWPL's whiter readership, there is surely an aspiring copy editor or two out there who'd love the opportunity to do something for the whiter community. In all of his success, Clander appears to have forgotten his roots. He's turned to the wrong kind of white (or non-white) people to do his proofing!
It's more than an isolated incident. It's starting to look like a pattern:
The most notable is Soccer since for some reason it is wrong to get fired up about Football game, but right to get fired up about a Football match.Has "Football game" become a proper noun, never mind the confusing capitalization of "football" in both instances?
Grammatical errors exist in three consecutive posts, and they're three of the most recent posts to boot:
It is so popular, that every white person home contains at least one book from The Onion.We need either the comma or "that", not both.
One more from the Onion post, please. Look, don't get mad at me, I'm just the messenger. If you really want a whiterperson to succeed (and who would want to squander such a historic opportunity?), isn't it better to ensure he is able to respond and react to his own shortcomings than allow him to wallow in his own crapulence (it's a Simpsons reference--I haven't turned my back on my whiterperson heritage!) while making excuses for him?
This is because every white male under 35 is convinced that they could and should be working for The Onion."Male" is singular, "they" is plural.
Okay, I'll stop.