People don't generally get gravity... I get it and can live with that. But if you don't understand, why attempt to make stuff up about it? We live in a world where you can teach yourself this stuff for free... plus a ton of effort. The math text needed to comprehend what is being described in General Relativity are available to anyone with an internet connection. Start with Euclidean geometry, work your way into classical differential geometry, then modern differential geometry (differentiable manifolds, Riemannian geometry... specially understanding metrics) and then make sure you have a solid foundation in classical mechanics (specially Lagrangian mechanics), and before you know it, you are ready to read and understand what Einstein gave us a century ago. And all this is available to everyone (when I was growing up, you needed access to a University library for this level of information). Either put in the effort or move onto something you're willing to invest effort in. There is no short cut, and no matter how many times I've tried to explain this stuff to people, I've found that without that foundation what seems really straight forward to me isn't to other people. Most physicists don't really understand because they took a short cut (a one or two semester course on General Relativity) and what they actually learn was how to solve equations. Sadly, being able to solve equations isn't the same as understanding what is actually happening.