Recently, I asked two questions, How can I evaluate which title to use (Mr./Ms.) when e-mailing a prospective employer? (not the original title) and What is a “Fast Paced Company”?, both of which were marked as "overly broad" and downvoted. The consensus I got from the comments was that they were downvoted because the simplest answer was "it depends on the company". I was especially puzzled by this on the former because this question on addressing your boss via e-mail was very similar (even including "It depends on your boss" as an answer), but did not receive the same backlash that mine did.
Based on my two questions and this meta discussion, there seems to be an unwritten rule that questions where "it depends" is an answer are bad questions that should be downvoted on this site, and that this seems to have developed fairly recently. Being new to this site, I didn't know these unwritten rules and didn't see anything on the help documentation about What types of questions should I avoid asking?.
Assuming that this is an unwritten rule (or at least there are situations where "it depends" questions are definitely bad), should we update the help pages about this so that new users can know not to ask these questions (and what they should ask instead)?