However, if you want to relax a bit from all the correctness take a look at Uncyclopedia - a website that parodies Wikipedia. It also exists in other languages than English and with local content. For example Spademanns Leksikon, the Danish version.
- Question mark. "Do some people place a space between the end of their sentence and the question mark? Could the French language have influenced this extra usage? Why do the French always add a space before question marks, exclamation marks, colons, and semicolons? Then in English is the insertion of this extra blank space generally considered bad form?"