You're probably not, but Stanley definitely is that guy.
Let's set the scene:
On a recent Jeopardy episode, contestants were given the following clue:
"Charlton Heston's wardrobe in 1954's Secret of the Incas inspired the clothes worn by this adventurous character 27 years later."
The correct answer:
"Who is Indiana Jones?"
Cue Stanley, who hopped on social media to challenge the notion that Secret of the Incas was actually the film that inspired the Indiana Jones costume.
Unfortunately for him, the actual costume designer for Indiana Jones, Deborah Landis, happened to see his comment and jumped into the thread.
Fortunately, Stanley took the news with grace and thanked her for the correction. Oh wait, no he didn't...
While Stanley was correct about the years the films were released, when the person who created something tells you what inspired them to create it, it's probably best to take them at their word.
But no, Stanley had to honeybadger her initial response.
I think it's tied with the dude who tried to mansplain a comic book to the woman who wrote it.— Social Justice Rogue (@SJRogue) October 11, 2017
Don't forget the time that a guy tried to explain JK Rowling (Writer of Harry Potter saga) the psychology of a character from Harry Potter!— Jesu(i)s (@Warrior6150) October 12, 2017
Wow. The symmetry of these responses are amazing -- fandudes who mansplain the work they admire (covet?) to the female creators of said work— Vamprodiva (@anthrodiva) October 12, 2017
We totally want to be like Deborah when we grow up.