Are "funny" tags unwelcome?
I noticed a while ago that some users were adding tags to their deal postings that were intended to be funny, but would be highly unlikely to be useful (e.g. for a deal on garlic, someone might add the tag "vampireprotection" or "datekiller", even though nobody searching for a garlic deal would be likely to use those as search terms). I enjoyed it and, though I probably forced the humor a little sometimes, I joined in and started adding such tags to my posts. I find it particularly gratifying where someone appreciates a tag enough to note that in the comments.
However, I've noticed recently that some of my "funny" tags are being deleted by the moderators (particularly after I've tattled to ask them to edit some other element of a post, like the link or the picture). So my question is, are "funny" tags actually against policy, or are mods just taking it upon themselves to scrub the site of lousy humor where they think they see it? By a vote, do users appreciate such tags, or not?