Occasionally, there are questions that have good content, but are poorly written -- bad punctuation, grammar errors, no paragraph breaks, and sometimes just a bad grasp of English. Good questions mind you, things worth asking, but just poorly written. One today started with "Me and a friend" that got me thinking about this.
My theory is that when someone reads a poorly written question, they don't give it the real consideration it may deserve. It's too easy to focus on bad presentation and ignore good content. I've seen answers (and comments) where readers are failing to "translate" the question, and are just assuming it's a bad/dumb question based on the presentation.
So to that end, what do people think about "uplifting" questions that are inherently good, but poorly written? There are definitely wrong ways to do this - snarky ways. And one doesn't want to make the OP feel dumb in the process or be a "grammar nazi" about it. But still, some could use a bit of help I'd think?