If you haven't seen this new viral dating theory categorising men's handsomeness by comparing them to different animals, you mustn't be as chronically online as me - but don't worry, I got you.
Let me explain:
Twitter user @marieprariee shared her theory on social media earlier this month, suggesting that any man can fit into one of four groups: 'Eagle Handsome', 'Dog Handsome', 'Reptilian Handsome' or 'Bear Handsome' and before you're all like 'pfffft, whatever', I suggest you check it out.
I don't know about you, but this seems to just about make sense….no? Just me?
If you're still stumped, don't stress - I've taken the liberty of creating a simple breakdown of each category, what sort of characteristics define them and which one you or your SO are.
A man who is 'Eagle Handsome' has strong features, a long nose, lighter hair and small eyes, while Bear handsome describes someone with a rounder face, broad shoulders and lighter hair and/or eyes.
A 'Reptilian Handsome' man has strong features, dark hair and eyes and a straight nose and 'Dog Handsome' refers to someone with a rounder face, darker hair and eyes and often a cheeky or goofy 'Golden Retriever' grin. You know the type.
Of course, not everyone is going to fit into one of these categories exactly, with one person even taking the time to make a full Venn diagram including examples and everything!
And for all the ladies wondering, yes, there are four categories for you too: Fox, Bunny, Deer and Cat.
Apparently, a woman who is 'Fox Pretty' has sharp features, 'Bunny Pretty' gals have a rounder face and soft features, 'Cat Pretty' is categorised by sharp features, lighter eyes and a rounder face and 'Deer Pretty' ladies are said to have a longer face, soft features and darker hair and complexion.
In a world of dating theories, remember: beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and just like the unconventional charm of Shrek, everyone is good-looking in their own quirky and extraordinary way.