Not even an adorable Hitler bear can make this information okay … 

We've all been there. You're arguing with someone on the Internet, putting together the most well-reasoned debate in history, and then the asshole calls you Hitler. What a pain in the ass, right? And part of you probably wondered if all discussions on the Internet eventually devolve into calling some a Nazi. 

Turns out, you're right. It's called Godwin's Law, and it totally exists. "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one."

So especially on the heels of Trump's Hitler-like rise to power, the honest folks at Reddit crunched the numbers, analyzing how bad things get, and how fast.

The writer behind analyzed some publicly available Reddit data and came to a stunning conclusion. Any thread with more than 1,000 comments had a more than 70 percent chance of having a Nazi or Hitler mention.

The writer acknowledges that his analysis does not take into account the context in which the references are made. He found that threads in the subreddits of history and Europe had a much higher likelihood of including Hitler or Nazi references, which is somewhat understandable considering the relevance of those topics.

Your best bet is to avoid arguing with anyone on the Internet. Ever. Go yell at soccer moms in SUVs instead, you know, like the good ol' days …