Today I (and a whole bunch of others) learned a new word.
Plenking (NOT planking) is actually a real word. It is a typographical term for the insertion of inappropriate spaces before a punctuation mark. The correct name is plenken, and conjucated = plenking. To plenk.
Plenken is derived as a borrowed word from the English blank into german.
Have you plenked lately ? I just did !
It doesn’t take more than one tiny space between the last letter and the punctuation mark to plenk .
The incorrect omission of spaces after a punctuation mark is called klempen.
To klemp means to not type a space after a . mark or a , mark.
I want to have a drink.I like orange juice. Can you bring me a glass,I am thirsty.
That was all I have about plenking and klemping for today guys! Have fun!