Meanwhile, in France…
It a woman's vajayjay imitating art imitating the miracle of life, and we LOVE it!
In 1866 a painter named Gustave Courbet titillated the whole of France by painting a totally realistic yet undeniably erotic super-duper closeup of a woman's baby-maker. He called it, fittingly enough, The Origin of the World.
Fast forward 148 years, Gustave's gloriously gorgeous gobstopper reproduction hangs proudly in one of the world's most renowned museums!!
It was a seemingly normal afternoon at Musée d'Orsay until a Luxembourgian lady named Deborah de Robertis waltzes into the room exhibiting Gustave's painting, sat below it, and then flashed her own fur-covered front-loading missile silo!
toe to toe lip to lip with The Origin of the World — Deborah spread her legs beneath the antiquated pu**y portrait and encouraged shocked onlookers to glimpse at the real thing!
Even better, the entire ordeal was caught on camera!
Hide your kids, hide your wife, definitely hide your boss, and ch-ch-check out the SUPER NOT SAFE FOR WORK video…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Tags: anatomy, art, body, deborah de robertis, francophilia, gustave courbet, musee dorsay, museum, paris, tacky and true, the origin of the world, vagina, wacky