I have seen this Question asked here: Why are you on the internet while you could be outside enjoying the weather
It is closed as being of Topic. Most likely this is due to the notion of the community that this question is offensive, trolling or spam.
But how are we supposed to know the actual intend of the question?
If we are unsure about the intend, how can we decide if it's off Topic and close this question?
Was there feedback provided to the Enquirer which explains to him why we see this topic as off topic?
Couldn't it be that he lost or is in the process of losing a good friend due to anxiety or depression, because this friend spent most of his time in the internet?
Wouldn't it be possible that he is desperately looking for help and support to understand why the thing he has seen is happening?
Couldn't it be that he sees to be outside to be the best approach to fight Anxiety and Depression?
Couldn't it be that the Enquirer is just trying to help us to not fall into the same traps as his friend did?
Shouldn't we always assume that there is a good intend in the question and answer it to our best ability?
I feel like we should have at least left a comment that we need more background information on why he is asking this question before even consider closing it.