Once you take a look at the photo below, you will never be able to get it out of your head.
It will haunt your dreams. It will follow you around wherever you go. It will make you wonder about what is true and what is false in nearly every aspect of your life.
Are you ready? Okay, you've been warned...
No, wait. Not that photo.
It's a different Rosie O'Donnell photo that is causing the Internet to stop in its collective tracks.
On Thursday night, a Twitter user with the handle @Principat0 sent a picture to O'Donnell of her face superimposed over that of Steve Bannon.
This genius individual included a message with the image that reads:
"A @Rosie picture is worth a thousand words."
O'Donnell quickly replied by writing "Exactly” and causing the photo to go viral.
And here is that photo...
For those in need of some background, here you go:
O'Donnell was on to Donald Trump as the epitome of all things evil long before the rest of the world.
Her feud with the President goes back many years, with Trump having called O'Donnell a "at pig, among many other insults, throughout their never-ending rivalry.
Last weekend, meanwhile, Melissa McCarthy guest-starred on an episode of Saturday Night Live as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
The segment was viewed as hilarious and spot-on by viewers... and as cause for grave concern by those in the administration.
According to a report in Politico, Trump was especially angry that Spicer was portrayed on SNL (below) by a woman because it made him look "weak."
Naturally, this led many people to push for O'Donnell to appear on a future installment of the NBC comedy show as Bannon, Trump's top advisor who is basically a modern day Nazi.
The idea being that Trump's main celebrity foil impersonating the man who most consider to be pulling Trump's strings in office would be enough to drive the President legitimately insane.
(Assuming he isn't there already, that is.)
It didn't take long for this campaign to reach O'Donnell, who responded to the movement this week by Tweeting that she's prepared to take one for the country.
“I am here to serve," Rosie wrote in response to those who want to see her as Bannon.
She added of Alec Baldwin and McCarthy:
"Alec has Trump. Melissa has Spice. I would need a few days to prepare. So, if called, I will be ready."
Does her Tweet of the mash-up picture mean that O'Donnell actually will appear as Bannon this weekend? On an episode that will be hosted by Baldwin?
We'll need to wait a day or so to find out.
In the meantime, we'll need to think of some kind of way to stop seeing the photo above in our head every time we close our eyes.