There have been theories in the past that every Seinfeldian depiction of the human condition cartooned by The New Yorker could instead be captioned with “What a misunderstanding!” or “Christ, what an asshole!”—the latter tossed out by Chris Lavoie way back in 2006.

But a new one-liner-fits-all has entered the ring.

Professional designer and self-proclaimed “lapsed” illustrator Frank Chimero just chimed in with a fresh alternative to any given New Yorker caption. His idea:

Yes, the generic cyber notification that we’ve all come to know so well manages to work just as well as a description for every New Yorker cartoon ever.

Believe it:

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