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21 Famous Paintings That Perfectly Describe Your Night Out

When you go too hART on the weekend.

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1. When you're the only sober one and you're trying to round up your drunk friends:

Napoleon Crossing the Alps, Jacques-Louis David

2. When you're getting ready and you're feelin' your look:

Las Meninas, Diego Velázquez

3. When you get to the party first and don't really know what to do with yourself:

Klimt: Fritza Riedler (1906) - Belvedere, Wien

4. When your BFF tells you your ex has arrived at the same bar:

Monk Talking to an Old Woman, Goya

5. When you see your crush across the bar and try to be sexy:

The Laughing Youth, Carracci

6. When you get to a party and end up only playing with the cat:

Two Children Teasing a Cat, Annibale Carracci

7. When you're too tipsy to realize you're having a wardrobe malfunction:

Klimt: Judith I (1901) - Belvedere, Wien

8. When you're at the bar and have no one to dance with:

Primavera, Sandro Botticelli

9. When someone tries to buy you a drink and you're just not feeling it:

Satyr and Sheperd, Carracci

10. When you take a hit and everything just feels so damn good:

Vermeer: The Astronomer (1668) - Louvre, Paris

11. When your friend's trying to explain why she was hitting on your crush:

Martha and Mary Magdalene, Caravaggio

12. When that creepy dude tries to touch your butt:

Caravaggio: Davide/ Galea (1607) - Kunsthistorische Muzeum, Wien

13. When you get really drunk and decide karaoke is a good idea:

The Birth of Venus, Sandro Botticelli

14. When you finally see your reflection after dancing for hours and you look like a hot mess:

"The Scream" (Munch)

15. When you make that drunken vow in the bathroom to your BFF that you won't leave with anyone else:

The Two Fridas, Frida Kahlo

16. When someone is telling you a story but you're too drunk and bored to stay awake:

Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy, Caravaggio

17. When you want Taco Bell but it seems too far away:

Andrew Wyeth Christina's World 1948

18. When you finally get your hands on that slice of pizza:

Goya, Saturn

19. When you wake up from your wild night out and look at your apartment:

Triumph of Death, Pieter Bruegel

20. When your hangover makes your head feel like it's a thousand pounds:

“Sleep” by Salvador Dali (1937)

21. And when you start to remember all the stupid things you did the night before:

At Eternity's Gate, Vincent van Gogh
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