A phenomenon where people with little knowledge or skill think they know more or have more skill than they do. This occurs while simultaneously overlooking and/or underestimating the knowledge and skills of those involved in the task at hand.
The Cooker: "Why does the Old Man always tell us how to live our lives?"
Pete Dick: "I believe he is suffering from the Dunning-Kruger effect."
by Pete Dick September 11, 2008

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