I recently flagged this question as very low quality and the flag got rejected. I've read posts such as "please flag responsibly" and this answer on the very low quality flag, and while this question isn't as extreme as in those examples it seems to be in-line with the flag description:
This question has severe formatting or content problems. This question is unlikely to be salvageable through editing, and might need to be removed.
- It contains no actual question what so ever except for the title. Severe content problems.
- It contains only code and that code is poorly formatted to the point of almost being unable to read it. This weighs especially heavily since the tagged language is python, a language where formatting is important. Severe formatting problems.
- The only way to make this question reasonable is to edit the entire post. Unlikely to be salvageable through editing.
Bearing this in mind I reason that the question is very low quality. Was my use of the flag wrong? Should it only truly be used when the post has nothing to do with programming or games what-so-ever (such as the farting grandpa example)?