On the FAQ page for Stack Overflow, the second question is "What kind of questions should I not ask here?" And immediately below it is highlighted text that reads "practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face."
Obviously, if someone is reading closely, they'll figure out what's going on and understand, but for a first-time user that's just glancing through, it causes quite a brain-jolt—at least it did for me. In my mind, whenever text is highlighted directly below a bolded question, it's generally going to be the answer to that question (for example, see "What is reputation" → "how much the community trusts you"). In this case it's exactly the opposite, and it just throws the reader for a loop, which is especially undesirable in this case considering that this might be the most important question in the FAQ.
IMO, this issue could easily be solved by just getting rid of the highlighting for that text altogether.