I voted to reject the edit, but I considered approving it since part of the edit was good (capitalization, used, fixing link) and part of it was bad (changing funny, scary, is everything alright).
To provide some more general guidelines, I would say that when asking a question it is OK to have a personal style, and that style should be preserved by editors as long as it is clear and conscice and does not get in the way of readability. That was not a problem at all with your post - it was perfectly readable.
At the same time, when your question is edited you should not just blindly rollback everything just because you disagreed with some parts. Go through every individual change, have a think about it and try to see it from the editors perspective (this especially apply if you like me are not a native or fluent english speaker). But if you still think some changes were unwarranted, you are free to change them back. If you want to you can explain your reasons for doing so in the edit summary or in a comment.
So I would say that you can go ahead and change the bad parts of the edit back if you want to.
TL;DR: The edits are not approved by infallible Gods, but nor are they approved by complete morons. See it as good advice that you do not need to blindly follow but should take into serious consideration.