In the FAQ for all SE sites, it mentions this:
It’s also perfectly fine to ask and answer your own question, as long as you pretend you’re on Jeopardy! – phrase it in the form of a question.
My trouble with this is that it makes it seem backwards. In Jeopardy!, the question is an answer and the answer is a question. Interpreting the above quote in that way, you might end up asking the question in your answer! On SE, we rather specifically want the question to be a question, and the answer not to be a question.
Why use a confusing example of a game show when it might be clearer to specify that the question part should be in the form of a question and the answer part should be in the form of an answer? For example:
It's also perfectly fine to ask and answer your own question, as long as you ask your question and then submit an answer.
Is this reference appropriate as it's used in the FAQ, or should it be changed to something without the possible ambiguity?