It has been mentioned before that a set of "standard loopholes" (similar to those used on CodeGolf.SE) could be useful for restricting the number of "silly" answers to questions which were funny the first time, and the second and maybe the third, but after being applied to half a dozen different questions they're starting to get annoying.
While I personally think that the question-asker should think carefully about the phrasing of their question so as to not allow easy get-out clauses, I also think that it's much easier for questions just to state "standard loopholes apply" and feel reasonably happy that they're not going to get any "lol derp" answers.
I'm not suggesting that we stop creative and/or tricky answers being posted (that's half the fun), I appreciate questions which are too open-ended and people come up with all sorts of fun stuff, but there's the flip side where someone takes the riddle too literally (eg. "Can you tell how many ..." being answered with "yes" [I'm not saying I'm not guilty of this myself]).
The question I'm asking is firstly "Do people think this is a good idea?" (feel free to up/downvote as you see fit), and if so, "How do we get a list put together?"