Definitely not a priority, but I dream of a day when SE sites will have that.
There's a common trend, especially with newcomers but also present with slightly more seasoned asked, to add useless noise in their questions that would be more appropriate on a traditional forum/board or in e-mail conversations.
My particular grief is with the 4 worst offenders:
These creep in in the form of
"dear P.SE", etc...
Either simple names at the end of posts (e.g.
"John Doe"), or the more advanced but fortunately rare variants (e.g.
"John Doe, law student turned programmer, co-founder of crap site").
thanks and apologies
"Sorry for my English",
"Thanks in advance", ...
"I wanted to ask...",
"my friend X",
"I know this guy..."
I don't mind posters being polite ("could you provide me with X" is fine, though I'd rather the question be direct), and we understand that not everybody writes perfect English, and it's nice to see beforehand that the OP as some perception of the service answerers are providing and is thankful in advance (but we shouldn't care that much, and thanks in comments are appreciated, and votes are here for that).
The circling is probably what's the most annoying, as it's usually the noisiest and is right in the middle of the post, whereas the other 3 offenders are slightly annoying and are usually around the top and bottom edges and can be mentally clipped. But jumping through hoops to get to a question is a pain when that doesn't add any value to the question is a pain.
Just a crazy thought and I don't suppose that will get lots of pull, as you can't expect the sites to fix the users, but I'd welcome any attempts to fight this trend.