I like finding grammatical errors, because I'm a jerk. I especially like finding them in articles about princesses and Kate Moss's sparkly wedding gown!
After the jump, check out the opening sentences from this NYMag post, and see if you can spot the problem:
In the game of weddings, model Kate Moss and Princess of Monaco Charlene Wittstock are fierce rivals. In the same way two frenemies with overlapping sets of friends plan birthday dinners for the same weekend, leaving one to reschedule if she wants anyone important to show up.
First Sparkler to explain what's wrong wins my warm admiration!
Related post: Musical Grammar Quiz #1