Filling Your Education Needs Until They're Completely Full!
So, you've made your first million but you don't know the first
thing about "hanging" with millionaires? No worries - with just a
few simple lessons in upper-class assumptions and leaps of faith,
you'll be croaking out haughty remarks in no time.
CULTURE 101: ART APPRECIATION
Isn't "art" confusing? Not anymore!
Thousands of people waste their lives churning out this thing
called "art," just for an excuse to avoid offices, drink too much
coffee, and talk about themselves excessively. Not necessarily bad
goals, except they call it "creating" - we call it "feeding your
delusions." Fortunately, all "art" falls into one of two
categories: "Good Art" and "Bad Art." Just clip and save this
simple guide and you'll never accidentally admire a piece of art
that rich people know is pure shit.
It's "Good Art" If:
It's in a museum.
It just looks nice. OR it embarasses you.
It's in a gallery in SoHo.
It features a recurring "blue dog."
It's in an opening at which brie is served.
You find yourself pondering the artist's history of drug abuse.
Someone famous has it in their home.
The artist is from Europe.
The artist knows some famous artists.
The artist's agent is wearing Armani.
It's "Bad Art" If:
It's in a "home gallery."
It's in a cafe.
You know the artist.
There's beer at the opening.
It's got a lot of chartreuse in it.
It makes you physically ill.
Other BAD Things with the Word "Art" in Them Which Are Not "Bad
The term "artsy-fartsy"
The term "artful"
Art classes for "non-artists"
People who work in art supply stores
People who refer to "my art"