Well, this is just perfect.
Angela Hayes, associate director of workforce development policy at the Center of American Progress, shared the cartoon, and added a shout out to the fact that it'll resonate with every woman who has ever lived.
And alas, though a woman is an expert on the subject of her own experience is no match for a confident man.
"This happens to men too. All the time," one Mike Fellman chimed in. "People who are truly experts aren't phased by it. I'm a chess master, weaker players challenge my views on the game all the very [sic] time. In the end I'm usually right, but my arguments are sharpened."
The response quickly went viral.
OMG. Too perfect.— Jeffrey Correa (@JCorreaNYC) January 9, 2018
Jeez, you'd think "this happening to men all the time" would make dudes more sympathetic, not less.— Claudia “Opportunistic” Lonow Rapaport (@claudialonow) January 9, 2018
i head-desked so hard i think i might have concussion...— samantha Louise Hyde (@SamaHyde) January 9, 2018
He truly doesn't see what he just did there.— MLH (@Heffalumpy) January 9, 2018
(And that, my friends, is how one publically pwns oneself.)
Dude, you got owned. By yourself. It's a self-own.
This isn't the first time this happened, because men really can't help themselves.
As you can imagine, many dudes on Facebook took the opportunity to tell us what it means.
While we're here, let's look at some more funny cartoons that are #relatable.