Affect vs effect

The stick figure on the left is affecting: 'having an effect on, make a difference to." The effect is "a change that is a result or consequence of an action or other cause." getting wet. 

I can read and write these two a thousand times and still get confused. They have that effect on me? Or affect me? Ugh I think we should just combine them together into one word and use them interchangeably. Aeffecting change. 
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