No, they are really not a good fit to the site at all.
The reason is, that however good your imagination is, there may be crucial details that would relate to a real-life situation, that you just haven't anticipated.
That makes the answers much less useful to anyone with a real-world problem that looks broadly like what you made up.
The Help Cente explicitly states that you must Try to extract the fundamental question from the specific problem at hand.
If you don't have that specific problem, don't ask about it. Fake questions are as bad as fake answers, and the site is better off without them.
The tour, that all new users of the site are directed to, is very explicit about this, and it's a principle that applies across all Stack Exchange sites:
Focus on questions about an actual problem you have faced. Include details about what you have tried and exactly what you are trying to do.
(emphasis as in the original)