As stated in the entry: Can’t Argue With That is an exploitable three-pane cartoon series featuring a stick figure character with the look of disapproval who reluctantly refrains from raising an objection.
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Can't Argue With That is an exploitable three-pane cartoon series featuring a stick figure character with the look of disapproval who reluctantly refrains from raising an objection. The image of the character is typically used as a reaction image to highlight the utter lack of logic behind an absurd statement.
It is unclear exactly when or where the cartoon was first uploaded, but the earliest known instance that is accessible online was uploaded by Flickr user Joe Loong on January 12th, 2009, tagged #walk and #away.
On June 9th, 2009, the image was featured in a post titled Silverton Mountain- Don’t Believe the Hype on 14erskiers, a skiing activities blog created by Brittany and Frank Konsella. On July 31st, 2009, the cartoon character appeared on Kotaku and Stompfest. On June 24th, 2012, FunnyJunk user Hydromatic used the last two panels of the cartoon in response to a comment posted under a Sudden Clarity Clarence image macro. The comment received 113 upvotes.
On October 21st, 2012, the image was used again in a FunnyJunk post titled He has got a point picture. In November 2012, the image also appeared in a "You laugh, you lose" thread on Vandriven and a "funny pictures" thread on Neoseeker Forum.
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