Tuesday, 28 August 2012


A Putto is a figure in a work of art depicted as a chubby male child, usually nude and sometimes winged -- Wikipedia 

That's right, kids, today we're gonna talk about fat naked boychildren and how they became a part of our artistic heritage!

Apparently, there were some really fucked up people in the Renaissance who thought that this: 
Ded Putto
. . . was aesthetically appealing. 

In all honesty, I find this:

Drunk Putto
in some ways as disturbing as this: 

except one is Renaissance art, and the other is what terrible mothers do to their confused five year olds.

The only explanation I have for the Putto is that it was an early form of Catholic birth control. Because after you've seen this:

. . .you'll probably never want to think about having kids again.


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