We’ve seen some pretty bad typos on Twitter dot com, but Thursday’s screw-up from Yahoo Finance might have taken the cake.

While the company was attempting to tweet about the cost of president-elect Donald Trump expanding the U.S. Navy, things took a turn for the horrible. The word “bigger” ended up being misspelled. The first letter of this word was replaced with another consonant. You can take a guess at which one that was (evidence of it here, here,  and here).

The tweet by Yahoo Finance was promptly deleted, but with an account that has more than 700,000 followers, people definitely took notice and had plenty of reaction.

Can’t even imagine having to handle Yahoo Finance’s mentions tomorrow.


Of course, Yahoo Finance has since come out and apologized. But what does that do at this point?

Yep. So for those in the market for a social media job, you’ll likely see an opening at Yahoo in the near future.

About Ryan Williamson

Ryan is a recent graduate of the University of Missouri and has recently returned to his Minnesota roots. He previously has worked for the Columbia Missourian, KFAN radio in Minneapolis and BringMeTheNews.com. Feel free to email me at rwilliamson29 AT Gmail dot com.