I will spare you another condescending answer and just get right to your question. Not having the adequate information to make informed choices on your diet does not make you an idiot. The fact that you asked this question here only tells us that you don't have a lot of good information. (Now, if you had the right info to make the right choices and you didn't apply that knowledge properly, then the adjective might apply in that situation).
When you have a question like this, I would try to stay away from online forums like this one. You have to realize that many people here are trying to improve their bodies, but they may know just as much (or less) as you. There's a lot of misinformation out there. It's probably best to consult a nutritionist or dietitian. Having said that, I think I might help a little. But as already stated, I think you'd benefit from a professional.
First, your diet is very bad. But it's something you can improve! You should be shooting for these ratios: 45-65% carbs, 20-35% fats, 10-35% protein. [*FN]
Low carb and low fat diets can have a negative impact on your health. You need carbs to carry out brain functions and to have the energy you need to make it through the day. Going to the gym and not eating carbs will not help you make gains. Carbs should be your friends. But the important thing is to choose your carbs wisely. Getting carbs from legumes, grains, and veggies is best. Avoid cheap heavy carbs from potato chips, white bread, and processed things like that. Scientific evidence (unlike things you hear from the media) have demonstrated that unless you have a few specific health conditions, low carb diets are inadequate for the majority of people.
If you're concerned about carbs, then aim for the low end of the recommendations. You might want do a 50 carb, 25 fat, 25 protein ratio, or something like that. Most important, is the breakdown of the composition of foods that are getting you those ratios. 68% of fat is very alarming, but the most alarming part is probably the fact that all that fat is coming from saturated fat sources and not from healthy omega fatty acids or other unsaturated fats. Of the 20-35% recommendation, only 7% or less should come from saturated fats. [*FN]
That stuff is what causes heart disease and contributes to cancers and other bad things.
So your homework is to do some research on good carb and fat sources. Spend some time googling those and make a list of good carb foods and fat foods. Then change your diet accordingly. If you are in doubt about anything, remember to consult a professional. Good luck and let us know how the diet goes.
. These are the Dietary Reference Intakes recommended by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies Food and Nutrition Board.