Rather than sit and laugh at my own jokes, I'd like to put forward two posts I gave bounties to because I thought they were tremendously funny.
"I wanty the game"
From the early days of the site, myxzplk provides guidance for finding other players that has stood the test of time. The guidance is worthy of a bounty, but one phrase insightfully caricatures people who just fling their desire for players out into the universe expecting the game to come to them; it was for that phrase I offered this bounty message:
100 internet points to mxyzplk for this beautiful piece of English prose: "I wanty the game".
Four words, one of them spelled incorrectly, perfectly captures so many of the low effort "looking for group" posts I have sifted through across various forums and brick-and-mortar shop bulletin boards.
"Refusing to play or refusing to allow the game to be played by others is not a playstyle."
The question How to deal with a player who says no all the time? presents a tale of a problem player who apparently doesn't actually want to play the game, declining to bite on any of the plot hooks and content opportunities presented by the DM. Upper_Case provides a perfect diagnosis of the problem, for which I gave a bounty with message:
Refusing to play or refusing to allow the game to be played by others is not a playstyle.
While we embrace a plurality of playstyles on this site, Upper_Case helpfully points out that refusing to play the game and impeding the play for others is not a playstyle, so naturally, we shouldn't have to tolerate such silliness at the table of play. I don't know what it was, but something about the candidness of this statement gave me quite the chuckle.