First of all, when making a judgment call on questions that you've seen that look like the one you're about to ask, check the date on them. They're likely three or more years old, and are not good examples of on-topic questions here and today.
If the question has enough attention, it may have a historical lock, explaining in part, that while the question may have got a lot of attention/value from the community, it's not an example of a constructive question.
If you're ever curious about if a question would be on topic, check to see if it fits with the on-topic section of the FAQ. Cross-reference the don't ask section as well - it will indicate the kinds of questions that are explicitly disallowed.
Namely, the question:
"What is an example of the most fun thing you can program in Python in less an hour?"
...has answers that are both equally valid and open-ended, and would be subject to closure and likely a flurry of downvotes.
So no. Don't ask that question. It would not be appropriate for Stack Overflow.