I have noticed a trend, which from now on I shall refer to as the The Norris Rule:
1st Corollary to the Norris Rule: You can replace Chuck Norris with any other popular internet meme – the rule still applies. For example here is a poll where “I like turtles” wins despite being irrelevant and off topic.
2nd Corollary to the Norris Rule: Chuck Norris may lose a poll to a sufficiently popular internet meme, especially since the popularity of “Chuck Norris Facts” has been slowly losing it’s memetic value.
3rd Corollary to the Norris Rule: If the poll involves picking a name for a building, bridge, monument, etc then Stephen Colbert will always win even if Chuck Norris appears as a write-in option.
4th Corollary to the Norris Rule: A write-in option of a memetic nature is very likely to gain over 9000 votes.
[tags]polls, online polls, chuck norris, write in, memes[/tags]