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    Posted on Nov 19, 2014

    If iPhones Belonged In Classical Art

    Without a phone, they just seem naked.

    Walking around the Metropolitan Museum of Art, you can't help but notice how many figures look like they're holding iPhones. See for yourself:

    1. "Hold on, I think I just heard my roommates come in. Better put some clothes on."

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    2. "Where r u? Dis party kinda lame :| "

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    3. #blessed

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    "Venus and Mercury" by Bartholomew Spranger, 1585

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    "Venus and Mercury" by Bartholomew Spranger, 1585

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    "Venus and Mercury" by Bartholomew Spranger, 1585

    4. "Wait, you were smiling? Take another; I didn't realize we were supposed to be smiling."

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    "Scenes from the Legend of Saint Vincent of Saragossa", 1246

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    "Scenes from the Legend of Saint Vincent of Saragossa", 1246

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    "Scenes from the Legend of Saint Vincent of Saragossa", 1246

    5. "What's the point of hanging out if you guys are just going to look at your phones all night?"

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    "The Card Players" by Paul Cézanne, 1891

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    "The Card Players" by Paul Cézanne, 1891

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    "The Card Players" by Paul Cézanne, 1891

    6. #hatersgonnahate #followplease

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    7. "Honey, when are you getting home? Why? Because the kids are driving me crazy, that's why!"

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    "Ugolino and His Sons" by Jean–Baptiste Carpeaux, 1861

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    "Ugolino and His Sons" by Jean–Baptiste Carpeaux, 1861

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    "Ugolino and His Sons" by Jean–Baptiste Carpeaux, 1861

    8. #duckface

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    "America Today" by Thomas Hart Benton, 1930

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    "America Today" by Thomas Hart Benton, 1930

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    "America Today" by Thomas Hart Benton, 1930

    9. "The Church only allows us to have iPads, for we call no one but God."

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