That must have hit a nerve: Chelsea Clinton responds to stranger who morphed her into deformed Howdy Doody

Well, that must have hit a nerve.

Chelsea Clinton took to Twitter Tuesday to respond to a social media user with well under 100 followers who thinks she looks like Howdy Doody.

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In what proved to be a misguided attempt to turn lemons into lemonade, the former first daughter tweeted: “Thanks to Richard & all the people on @Twitter who’ve compared me to Howdy Doody, I now know a bit about him, including that he stood up to bullies & believed in being kind to animals. I’m always happy to be on the side of allyship & kindness. Thanks again!”

Unless, of course, the goal is draw more attention — and sympathy — toward herself.

Either way, by responding to the tweet, Clinton only assured that the accompanying photo would go viral:

For today’s generation, “Howdy Doody” was the name of a popular children’s show that aired from 1947 to 1960.

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The NBC show featured host Buffalo Bob Smith and puppet characters such as Dilly Dally and Phineas T. Bluster, along with the show’s namesake, Howdy Doody.

Clinton’s reply prompted a tidal wave of supportive tweets complimenting her for responding with class. Tweets that held her up as … Wonder Woman.

And the same crowd who clutched their pearls over the comparison also engaged in some photo comparisons of their own:

But, in the end — pun intended — there are worse things to be compared to than the lovable Howdy Doody character.

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