Art aficionados like to pretend that there's a very specific and complex science behind interpreting paintings. But as these humorous tweets reveal, the hidden messages are often pretty obvious, not to mention pretty funny!


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These modern interpretations of centuries-old paintings come courtesy of Medieval Reactions, a wryly funny Twitter account that's making people smile with its contemporary take on traditional artwork. And as you can see, it appears that the observations and dilemmas faced by our ancestors aren't that much different to those of today! Don't forget to vote for your favorite!

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psychiclemon 1 year ago

I lost it when I saw the flower

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Tyrone 1 year ago

So many Wendy Williams

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Pieter Markey 1 year ago

"And bring me a bottle of water and 13 wine glasses"

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Luis Milian 1 year ago

when you need 3 steps to catch a pokemon.

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Savdat02 1 year ago

God where did you find that picture of me?

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Luis Milian 1 year ago

when Jesus had already made dinner reservation you were left out.

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Laura Ingles. 1 year ago

I think many of our elderly are feeling this way.....

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Yvonne Bernal 1 year ago

I've heard of the head of a man, body of a goat; but this head of a man, balls of a bull is a totally new concept!

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Luis Milian 1 year ago

when you want a sugar daddy but he into Viagra

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Hans 1 year ago

When reading Twillight, Fifty shades of Grey etc. and realizing that even after 1/3 of the book it does not get any better.

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Yvonne Bernal 1 year ago

This painter had nothing to paint, so he painted life true to form!

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Marie-Eve Langlois 1 year ago

Is he holding an erotic bag?

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Hans 1 year ago

Or the final result of a strict vegan diet.

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Henry Hugh 1 year ago

....I have this gut feeling....

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Joey Acedia 1 year ago

Or...daddy with baby alone at home

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Aline Batista 1 year ago

And thats how you never gonna get another from her.

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Paola Turati 1 year ago

Isn't this Econ 101?? (The guy in the back)

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