I really don't get why people are so opposed to this question. I'm hoping someone can explain it to me.
First I asked whether, given the success of the previous posts which had a small selection of these questions, it made sense to have a place where we didn't try to keep the list short. That question got a net -8 downvotes (at least), with absolutely no comments. Clearly people disliked the idea, but no one cared enough to actually post an answer explaining why. (That question was eventually deleted - I don't know if it was a moderator or automatic.)
So I went ahead and created the question, and although it's not in the original form I had in mind, I think it's better for it. One question, one CW answer that anyone can add question links to, broken down by category. It immediately got at least 10 downvotes, which I can only assume came from people active on meta. It has since climbed up to positive 19, and got 15 "favorite" stars, which means almost twice as many people approve of it as disapproved. Yet it was closed as a duplicate of the memes question, and someone's attempt to go "Oh, it's a duplicate, lets move all the links over there" was reverted.
I find it mildly irritating that it was closed, and I've voted to reopen it, but that hasn't reached the threshold yet. In the meantime, while I wish it wasn't closed, it's not an inconvenience because there's no need to add more answers - it's just editing the existing one. But now it's managed to collect two of the four delete votes it needs to just vanish, and I still don't understand why people are so opposed to it.
Is everyone going to agree that all the question titles on the list are funny? Absolutely not. There's a few that other people have added that I looked at and went "Meh", and I'm sure that's true for everyone else. But I don't understand how the subjectivity of humor means that said humor should be so reviled in the first place. I don't find toilet jokes or "you mom" jokes funny at all, but I don't go around telling people they shouldn't tell them. And smaller versions of these lists have been really highly voted in the past. Aside from a short-term locking of the memes post, none of them have been downvoted like crazy, closed, and (as far as I'm aware) threatened with deletion.
So please - help me understand. What is it about this question that is provoking such negative reactions? Why not just leave it alone, if you don't find it interesting? A few comments on the question said things like "I don't see the point", and I can understand downvoting because of that, but after that, why not just move on?