I see no flaws with that map... It's modern art. It represents the ultimate struggle between reality and the futility of perfectionism, and boldly states that we should not hide our imperfections for fear of judgement, but instead, we should embrace what makes us unique, and ignore those who seek to ruin us with their personal ideas of "perfection". It shows the ideal that perfection is only an illusion, and to strive for perfection is useless and exhausting. Therefore, as that map brilliantly says, we should strive to be the best that we want to be as an individual, not conform to a stranger's inaccurate view of perfection. It bravely makes the case for standing out in an era of fitting in, for being you when everyone tells you that "you" is a bad thing. It stands for creativity, individuality, and above all, it stands for being true to yourself. How dare your mocking caption make light of the bold stance that that map dares to take on such a serious issue. Frankly, I'm offended by your narrow-mindedness. Good day sir.