There have been a few questions recently where the problem faced by the OP
- has little-to-nothing to do with the workplace
- is about some common social convention
I realize some people do struggle with social conventions, but, at least for the question that triggered this Meta post, the situation seems common enough that people with social issues would've read up on it on some guide, which they surely must've perused at some point in their lifetime.
The question I have in mind is: Boss send a happy birthday message. How to reply?, where the OP asks how to tone his reply to his boss' birthday wish.
I'm not questioning whether that question is currently on-topic (no one has voted to close yet), but the one-liner answer seems to agree with my assessment of it as too trivial.
There used to be an Etiquette proposal where this would've been on topic, but that's long gone by now.
Addressing the possible duplicate vote: I don't consider the linked question a joke, nor do I like the attitude of the other Meta post, and I don't believe I'm duplicating any of that, thank you. I identified two common traits and proposed solution, whereas the other post is basically "kek". The closest Meta post I (just now) found is this thread, where a "possible duplicate" argument might be made.