American Gothic Humor

Speech Bubbles on Fine Art. Fun!

American Gothic
by Grant Wood
1930
Oil on Beaver Board
Height: 780 mm (30.70 in); Width: 653 mm (25.70 in)

I think maybe we're supposed to say "cheese" or something.
Cheese? I hate cheese. Actually, I hate everything.
American Gothic by Grant Wood
Don't look directly at the camera.
I can't help it. The red light is hard to miss.
American Gothic by Grant Wood
Could you smile just a little bit?
I don't see you smiling!
Yeah, well, I'm married to you.
American Gothic by Grant Wood
A pitchfork? You're going to hold a pitchfork for this?
This is a gun free zone, I couldn't bring the shotgun.
American Gothic by Grant Wood
Why do you have to wear glasses?
I do not know. Why do you have a long neck?
American Gothic by Grant Wood
What did you do to your hair?
What did you do to your face?
American Gothic by Grant Wood

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Della Guest

(Girl) why did you have to wear the glasses
(Boy) I do not know why do you have a long neck

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India Hill

(Girl) what did you do to your hair ?
(Boy) what did you do to your face

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