The "Start Your Own" Law: As a member posts about a grievance they have with a community or offers valid, constructive feedback, the probability that at least one of the replies consists of nothing else but "just make your own forum" or "leave if you don't like it" approaches 1.
Recently I learned that Viridi has the same Japanese VA as Kirby. So if you understand Japanese and want to hear what Kirby would sound like if he was a plant obsessed tsundere, go buy and play a Japanese copy of Kid Icarus: Uprising.
The Laugh Out Loud Law: 50% of users who end their sentences in "lol" are doing so condescendingly. The other 50% are completely genuine. It is, unfortunately, very difficult to distinguish between these two groups.
"Where did my post go?" Law: As the length of a draft post approaches infinity, the likelihood of the draft being deleted, either due to a forum glitch or the user clicking a wrong button, approaches one. As a result the final product will be shorter and less thought out than the original draft as the user is incapable of remembering everything they wrote.
Meme Effort Equation: For a typical person, the likelihood of a meme in becoming popular can be modeled using the parabola y = [(4+(x-3)^2)0.1] / 4, where x is a number from 0 to 9 representing the effort put to the meme. Zero-effort memes have an approximately 32.5% of getting noticed, while a very high effort meme will almost certainly get noticed. Most memes will fall under a 2 or 3 in the effort scale.