Nope, I just meant that "irrational" only means "real but not rational". Every irrational number is just irrational, it doesn't make sense to say that a is more irrational than b. It does make sense (as I learned in this thread) to say that one number Har a higher measure of irrationality than another, which is probably what you mean by saying that one number is more "random" than another.
It's like saying that a Ferrari is more of a car than a Opel, it doesn't make sense. You can only say that one is faster than the other, for example, but not that one is more "car" than the other.
I hope it's clear, I was basically just sperging over words and definitions, but in maths words are very important