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19 Tweets Showing Why Women Are Far Superior To Men

Have you been wondering why your Twitter feed is flooded with people pointing out the vast differences between men and women?

You aren’t alone. A new meme, referred to mostly as “Every Woman I Know,” seeks to demonstrate that women—due largely to society’s expectations and standards—are far superior to men.

And before the Not-All-Men/This-Is-Misandry crowd comes swarming from their unprovoked depths: It’s JUST A JOKE! (Mostly.)

Writer Dana Schwartz seems to have kicked the meme off by tweeting about how “every woman” in her life finds time for multiple jobs, physical and mental self-care, and remembering loved ones’ birthdays, whereas their boyfriends “once almost made a dinner reservation but turns out the place was closed.”

From there, the joke format quickly took off as hundreds of men and women began tweeting about “every woman I know” followed by “every man I know,” and adding in their own dunks. The takeaway? Women work really really hard. Men use 3-in-1 shampoo/conditioner/body wash.

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Lane Moore (comedian and author, #1 on this list) followed up in a subsequent tweet to explain that the point of her tweet is not that all men are gross and all women are queens—it’s to point out that “the world asks women to do all that, despite us not having $/time/energy for it!”

“Point is: society asks women to do everything and asks men to do nothing.”

h/t Twitter