Cats. Beyonce gifs. Memes. Include the aforementioned items in a statement of any variety, and chances are the Internet will take your side.
But the coup de grace of web entries is baby photos. Say whatever you want on the platform and subject of your choosing, and as long a toddler accompanies the remark, people will eat it up.
Which is why Jordan Spieth responded to growing criticism towards his game in perfect fashion:
Earlier in the week, Spieth confessed that, at times, he was too critical of himself during play. A sentiment that likely wasn't helped by missing the cut at TPC Sawgrass.
However, judging by his Twitter decree to trolls, it looks like the two-time major winner has turned a corner. So, in the spirit of the Internet, any remaining Spieth haters need to...