Yes, but it should be short, because the people asking the questions probably have very short attention spans.
For example, take the latest sugar daddy question. Does anyone really think this is a question posed by a scholar of logic? I almost think the question itself is a scam, laughing at serious, literal us.
On English Language and Usage, we get some extremely basic questions, badly posed, with no evidence of research. But these are posed by earnest students of English as a second language, often burdened by a semi-literate teacher, and one should be thankful that one is not among this group, and try to help them. This is done by some with a short answer to the Q in a comment and then immediately downvoting and VTCing, or if the question is elementary but shows some research or thought, voting to migrate to English Language Learners.
Is rapid downvoting and VTCing impractical here? Why did the sugar daddy question get a net of 12 upvotes and a star? How many downvotes did it get besides mine?
I suppose all this attention was because it got on the HNQ. Any way to prevent idiotic questions from going on the HNQ?
This is perhaps the fourth such question I have seen since becoming fairly active on this site, and I am getting tired of them. Not to mince words, they are a slum neighborhood in an otherwise great site.