Some of the “best” posts on Stack Exchange that I’ve observed. Poe’s law may apply to some of these.

Sometimes I feel it was a mistake to remove the ‘too localized’ close reason.

I was going to write a snarky comment here, but the snark must be proportional to the ridiculousness of what it’s commenting on, and I don’t think there’s enough snark in the world for this.

This can only be done with C♯; sorry.

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This isn’t an answer, it’s a sarcastic performance piece ridiculing the verbosity of HTML.

How strange. It works for me?!

Would vote for Hitler if I could; he was also well known for being against shit questions on Stack Overflow.

It really takes a special sort of person to ask a question in a tag wiki edit. Let’s hope the apple fell far from the tree.

Sorry, only questions about coffee are on-topic on a programming Q&A site.

We only need to be smarter than the NSA. And be cheap. Easy!

That time you posted the office prank on the internet for everyone to see. cross-posted for bonus points.

Guess he didn’t get the memo that <blink> was removed.

Moderators get paid so poorly. They should go on strike!

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