For every beautiful, complex and challenging work of art, attempting to explain your opinion on it is doomed to end in potentially dozens of pretentious statements. Art critique is hard (especially when discussing "negative capabilities", so Woody Allen and HuffPost Arts & Culture were more than pleased to find a tool to do all the work for us.

It's called the "The Instant Art Critique Phrase Generator" and it's hilarious. The website explains how to quickly create your personalized Critical Response to the Art Product -- or "CRAP" for short. The website states: "Now you can produce CRAP critiques as easily and fluently as anyone in your MFA program!"

Enter five digits, click enter and watch as a holier-than-thou storm of misplaced academic jargon appears before your eyes. Just reading the sentences makes us feel like we should be wearing a monocle and puffing on a ceci-n'est-pas-un-pipe.

First we entered in a random number, 45087 and the instacrit was pure gold:

"I agree/disagree with some of the things that have just been said, but the subaqueous qualities of the biomorphic forms spatially undermines the larger carcass."
We decided to tackle some works that had been puzzling us for a while...

We first wanted a quick crit for Franz Kline's notoriously enigmatic "Painting No. 7," 1952. So we plugged in 71952 and voila!

"I'm surprised that no one's mentioned yet that the sublime beauty of the sexy fish makes resonant the eloquence of these pieces."

Then we looked for some insight on Vasily Kandinsky's "Composition 8 (Komposition 8)," 1923.

"It's difficult to enter into this work because of how the sublime beauty of the sexy fish contextualize the remarkable handling of light."

Wait, did we just crack the system?

Our jobs are safe! That was a close one... Anyway, we highly recommend checking out the website the next time a piece has you stumped or you're looking for a good chuckle.

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  • People are reflected in the sculpture 'Gestell mit 6 Scheiben' (Construction with 6 glass panes) during the press preview of the retrospective exhibition named 'Panorama' by German artist Gerhard Richter at the Neue Nationalgalarie nuseum in Berlin Friday, Feb. 10, 2012. With the exhibition the museum celebrates the 80th birthday of the artist on Feb. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

  • A woman looks inside the sculpture '11 Scheiben' (11 Glass Panes) during the press preview of the retrospective exhibition named 'Panorama' by German artist Gerhard Richter at the Neue Nationalgalarie museum in Berlin Friday, Feb. 10, 2012. With the exhibition the museum celebrates the 80th birthday of the artist on Feb. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

  • German artist Gerhard Richter poses on the eve of the opening of his exhibition "Gerhard Richter: Panorama", at the Centre Pompidou, Monday, June 04, 2012. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

  • Budi Tek

    In this photo taken on Monday, April 2, 2012, Indonesian-Chinese farming tycoon Budi Tek poses in front of a paiting by Gerhard Richter during an auction preview in Hong Kong. Tek is set to open the De Museum in Shanghai next year featuring Asian and Western contemporary art, after opening his first in Indonesia's capital Jakarta in 2008. While Asia's new generation of wealthy are usually better known for splashing out on extravagant toys such as private jets, mega-sized yachts and supercars, some instead, have built big art collections and now aspire to showcase their refined sensibility to a wider audience. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

  • A member of media stands by "Stroke (on red)" a 1980 painting by German artist Gerhard Richter on the eve of the opening of the exhibition "Gerhard Richter: Panorama", at the Centre Pompidou, Monday, June 4, 2012. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

  • A woman stands next to the paintings 'Vermalung grau,' left, and 'Alpen II' (AlpsII) during the press preview of the retrospective exhibition named 'Panorama' by German artist Gerhard Richter at the Neue Nationalgalarie museum in Berlin Friday, Feb. 10, 2012. With the exhibition the museum celebrates the 80th birthday of the artist on Feb. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

  • A visitor looks at the intsallation "Strip" by German artist Gerhard Richter, at the art exhibition 'Panorama' at Berlin's National Gallery on Thursday Jan. 26, 2012. (AP Photo/dapd/Steffi Loos)

  • The installation "4900 Farben" (4,900 colours) by German artist Gerhard Richter, is photographed the art exhibition 'Panorama' at Berlin's National Gallery Thursday Jan. 26, 2012. (AP Photo/dapd/Steffi Loos)

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