Louvre Museum statues speak to a tourist ‘high on life’

Winged Victory of Samothrace at Louvre Museum

While visiting the Louvre Museum, a copywriter was fascinated by the beautiful statues on display.

It seemed as if these statues were trying to say something.

We aren’t sure if the ‘copywriter’ tourist was high on weed.

But we didn’t bother to ask, because we were busy laughing at the captions he gave for these Louvre Museum statues.

“See if you can handle this curveball!”

Apollo Pursuing Daphne at Louvre Museum
Apollo Pursuing Daphne. Image: Louvre.fr

“Here, take the key to my apartment. But please come dressed next time.” 

Cupid and Psyche at Louvre Museum
Cupid and Psyche. Image: Louvre.fr

“Where did I drop the condom?”

Dying Gladiator at Louvre Museum
Dying Gladiator. Image: Louvre.fr

“I know what you mean, but we can’t discuss anything here. Psst…look down…even my shoes have eyes.” 

Jean de La Fontaine at Louvre Museum
Jean de La Fontaine. Image: Louvre.fr

“Damn! They removed me from the Whatsapp group!”

Polyphemus at Louvre Museum
Polyphemus. Image: Louvre.fr

“Let me quickly take a nap and then fill the timesheets.”

Charles de Maigny at Louvre Museum
Charles de Maigny. Image: Louvre.fr

“Don’t look at me like that. The invite didn’t mention a dress code!”

Spartacus at Louvre Museum
Spartacus. Image: Louvre.fr

“Yay! I got the bride’s bouquet!”

Soldier from Marathon Announcing Victory at Louvre Museum
Soldier from Marathon Announcing Victory. Image: Louvre.fr

“Quick, let me cover your breasts. That tourist has a camera.”

Psyche Revived by Cupid at Louvre Museum
Psyche Revived by Cupid. Image: Wikimedia

Have you ever felt as if a Statue was trying to say something funny? Leave a comment and let us know.

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