The Purim Torah season has been open for barely a day, and there are already five questions closed as not real Purim Torah.
Should we consider the possibility that some of these questions were actually intended as serious questions (and were just mistagged), and therefore instead of closing them we should simply remove the Purim Torah tag and disclaimer and let them exist as regular questions?
Or do we say that it is up to the asker to correctly post his/her question, and if he/she tags a question as Purim Torah it's not our job to convert it to a regular question?
If we go with the first option, would it only be where there is strong reason to believe that the questioner intended it to be a serious question, or should we simply convert any question that is technically a serious question?
This may warrant a separate post, but if we are seeing many examples of such questions does that indicate that the Purim Torah policy is not properly explained/understood? What can we do to help people understand what types of questions are Purim Torah and what types are serious questions?