This Study Says You Should Be Afraid of Short Casper People
If what I've found is true, you might want to be careful around your short Casper friends. They could be dangerous.
If you're short, don't get mad at me. This new study comes from Goodfullness. They claim that short people are angrier and more violent than tall people. Their story is based on a report from the Centers for Disease Control. From what I can gather, they had 600 men answer questions about how they behave in certain situations.
Short people in their study tended to have a shorter fuse. Ah, the old Napoleon complex rears its ugly head again. And the Wikipedia page about that says...
It is characterized by overly-aggressive or domineering social behaviour, and carries the implication that such behaviour is compensatory for the subject's stature.
I'll summarize. If you're short, you tend to get ticked off faster to compensate for the fact that you lack height.
Why does this mean that short Casper people are to be feared? Let's take a look at America's mood map as shared by Time a few years ago. Green is mellow and red is mad. Wyoming is orange. That means look out.
Full disclosure: I am 5' 6" and that's being optimistic. So, I am included in the group that you should be careful around.