The question Drawing an excellent cow is pretty strange and yet fun right off the bat:
I'm working in a big farm as a statistician and my master asked me to draw something to remind him his childhood. It was not easy for me to do that, because there was one big restriction: to do everything using only R. That's how I did that. Could You be so kind and help me to draw better cow?
This is followed by a large R code block that, when executed, draws a goofy cow.
I'm a bit conflicted about whether to vote to close. This is certainly an atypical use of StackOverflow: at its core, it's "here's how I drew a cow in R, share your own attempts." It's certainly not a problem with a single correct solution. On the other hand, it's instantly popular (as of this writing, where the question is 20 minutes old, it has 12 upvotes, 1 downvote, 6 favorites, 1 close vote, and a flood of cow puns in the comments). But of course, being fun doesn't make it worth keeping around.
Thus, should it be closed? (And if so, as Not Constructive or Not a Real Question)? Alternatively, would it have been better as a self-answered question (having a complete solution in the question does seem to me to be at least part of the problem)? Is there another SE site that it would be more appropriate on?