Hello. H-E-L-L-O. It's one of the simplest words in the English language, two syllables in length and easy to pronounce, yet it's wreaking havoc on our ability to socialize.

Like men the world over and men throughout history, comedian Robbie Sherrard has no idea how to say hello to women. A hug? A handshake? A wave? He's clueless. And you can have pity on him, but you know deep down you feel his pain. It's kind of like changing a flat tire or tying a bow tie. Men should know how to do it, but how many of us really can?

Considering the amount of games we play, it's amazing humanity has procreated generation after generation. That's why Sherrard has put together this helpful guide, explaining what kind of greeting you should offer in different situations. The guide, or, more appropriately, grid, looks confusing, like one of the Super Bowl box pools where you pray for one team to have a 4 at the end of their score and the other an 8 at the end of the third quarter.

Maybe the best thing to do is just go mute and save yourself a whole lotta heartache.