If These 23 Famous Paintings Could Drunk Text, This Is What They'd Say

“So I made him an imaginary sandwich and told him that the day I didn’t have to fake it, neither would he.”

If you've ever taken an art history class, you've probably spent hours looking at famous works of art. You've researched historical context, learned about artists' lives and style and searched for symbolism within in the frame. 

One blogger is creating a different kind of context for these artistic masterpieces: drunk texts. 

The Tumblr blog If Paintings Could Text shares famous works of art accompanied by hilarious (and likely drunk) text messages. It makes filling in the blanks much funnier. 

Check out some of the works of art below: 

1. "Judith and Her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes"

2. "Frans Hellens"

3. "Francesca da Rimini"

4. "Marriage à-la-mode: 2. The Tête à Tête"

5. "Girl with Ice Cream Cone"

6. "Girl in Mirror"

7. "The Nut Gatherers"

8. "The Annunciation"

9. "Luncheon of the Boating Party"

10. "Portrait of Henry VIII"

11. "The Desperate Man"

12. "Woman, I"

13. "The Weeping Woman"

14. "Grey Line with Black, Blue and Yellow"

15. "Persistence of Memory"

16. "The Bitter Potion"

17. "Tea in the Garden"

18. "Idylle"

19. "Christina’s World"

20. "The Athenaeum — The Infant Jupiter Nurtured by the Goat Amalthea"

21. "Ophelia"

22. "Nighthawks"

23. "A Bar at the Folies-Bergère"

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