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xkcd comic: Password Strength
This is why you should use random words for passwords. "Tr0b4dor&3": easy to guess and hard to remember. "correct horse battery staple": difficult to guess and you've already memorized it.
Arnold G. Reinhold published a word list and method of rolling dice to look up words to make random passwords. The passwords generated by Diceware end up being very similar to the common words passwords here. When using physical dice, you don't need to rely on the security of your computer or the trustworthiness of the software that generates passwords. If you like the word list used by Diceware, you can use it to generate passwords here on passwordcreator.org.