Generally, we expect all questions here to be written from the point-of-view of genuine curiosity, and we expect all answers to be genuine attempts to provide real information and analysis that directly addresses the question.
However, the community has indicated that, if regulated carefully, Purim Torah - silly parodies of real Torah discussion - could be a worthy exception to this expectation. So, Purim Torah questions and their answers in kind are allowed, with the following regulations:
Purim Torah questions may only be posted between Rosh Chodesh Adar [Bet, if there is one] and a day or two after Purim. (In 2016, this corresponds to the period from sundown on March 9 through the evening hours of March 26.)
All Purim Torah questions must include the following disclaimer code at the bottom:
#This question is [Purim Torah](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purim_Torah) and is not intended to be taken completely seriously. See the [Purim Torah policy](http://meta.judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/797/).#
Purim Torah answers are only permitted on Purim Torah questions, not on sincere questions.
After the time period specified above, all Purim Torah questions will be closed as "Off-Topic," with the close comment:
Purim Torah questions are on-topic only once a year, and will be closed after Purim. For details, see: Purim Torah policy
At the discretion of the moderators, some exceptional questions may be re-opened during future years' Purim Torah seasons.