It strikes me that situation is a word often used in a question title in which the poster has not put enough thought into titling his question; a title like "How to query this situation?" or "C++ inheritance constructor situation" is not communicative about the actual content of the post. What are the pros and cons of disallowing questions to be posted with this in the title? Should this be added to the question title filter? See this search on SO, for example.
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Generally, yes. Question titles like "Issue with Bagel.js" and "Question about Anaconda" or even "Deadlock situation" are quite useless. So edit them! The titles are definitely garbage, but it's very hard for a computer to identify that, and even then automatically filtering these things just results in titles using slightly munged versions of the offending word, confused users, and not actually better titles.
When you see a useless title, try and edit in a useful, descriptive comment and leave a comment suggesting the asker also takes the time to properly title their future questions.
Spacetime Studios (STS) has managed to make a very high quality Chat filter in one of their games, which would turn analyze the chat, and censor all but the most creative filter skips. If it is possible to get a hold of their filter code (possible by asking a dev (JustG is the nicest and most likely to do so)), it would be re-workable to find other words, such as problem, situation, and any other "hot" words that don't clarify the question.
NOTE: I'm not a representative of STS, but a fairly frequent player of one of thier games, which has mastered the art of chat and text filters (and I would swear that that filter also has image detection mode as well)
Filtered word examples (not a full list by any means) MAY BE OFFENSIVE, READER DISCRETION ADVISED
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