I’ll warn you guys… this theory is a bit controversial. It’s spawned some nasty comments from those who disagree with it. But we can’t be intimidated by those who are afraid to push forward into the uncharted waters of new science.
The Tasselfoot Theory of Usernames states that there is an inverse correlation between the number of numbers in a person’s username and their general level of internet intelligence and maturity. There are also 2 corollaries: The X factor, which deals with number of X’s at the start and end of a person’s username, and the random letter corollary, which deals with a username made up of seemingly random letters.
The core of the theory is that the more numbers in a person’s username (usually at the end, but sometimes in the middle), the less likely it is that they’ll be able to hold a worthwhile conversation on the internet. The same holds true for Xs at the start/end and random letters. We can’t call it a law, as there are a rare few who break the theory, such as DietSnapple135 or jmtb02, but the theory holds true for the majority and has been tested in the field known as Impossible is Nothing on a vast number of occasions.
So please go forth and spread the word on the Tasselfoot Theory. Hell, test it out yourself.