Spelling & grammar errors in the description put me off too. Also, including nearly every tag available just about guarantees I won't go near it.
I've discovered that it's difficult to get editors/proofers to take story descriptions seriously. They'll skim it, then dive right into the story, meaning they end up being entirely the work of the author with few (if any) corrections.
However, the Blurb is still the best sales for a story. If an author can't write clean copy in the description, his story won't be any better! At least "Story for all ages" informs readers it won't be difficult to read. 'D
Never in the annals of human history was so much confusion and argument created by a single person for such a misguided and arrogant reason as was done by Noah Webster. I hate him most days.
If you publish much, you'll learn that each site has different size restrictions in the story description, so often, they are composed on the fly, as the author removes individual words/phrases at a time.