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'Mean Girls' Art History Is The Fetchest Internet Mashup Ever

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In this 2004 publicity image originally released by Paramount Pictures, from left, Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Rachel McAdams and Lacey Chabert are shown in a scene from "Mean Girls." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Michael Gibson) | AP

"Oh my God, that Monet is so fetch!" is not something you'd often hear wandering an art museum. Still, if there's anything "Mean Girls" has proven, it's brilliant one-liners never get old. Case in point, Art History's Burn Book, which overlays world-renowned art with "Mean Girls" dialogue.


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From Caravaggio to Vermeer to da Vinci, no masterpiece is safe. This burn book takes some of art history's greatest treasures and adds an awesomely fitting layer of snark. The blog also allows other Tumblr users to contribute their own hilarious mashed-up masterpieces. After all, what good is a burn book that you can't share with your friends and their favorite classical artists?

Check out some examples, below, and head over to meangirlsarthistory.tumblr.com for more.


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