The argument above was "dictionary words are bad because of dictionary attack."
Guess what? If you happen to pick 5 3-letter words by chance, that's 15 characters, which is 1.6 * 10^21 possible combinations. If you're trying a brute-force attack, it's even worse than the dictionary attack, which is still unfeasible.
Yeah, line-noise is going to be harder to check through than a restricted set. But good luck committing "Xm2fHi0`IU@r0:$" to memory as easily as "bye flo ice oaf jim"
Y'all learn something about information theory before you try to talk about passwords again, okay?