He Removed All The Gluten Products From Famous Works Of Art… Now I Feel Less Bloated.

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Pulp Fiction would have been a totally different movie without the Royal With Cheese.

Have you ever tried going gluten-free. What was once a diet reserved for people with a gluten sensitivity or Celiac's disease is now a common diet plan that claims to improve digestion, improve skin, and even assist in weight loss.

Though the gluten-free diet has become popular in average households, we couldn't help but wonder what it would like if going gluten-free had made its way to popular culture over the years. Luckily, we don't have to wonder any more - one Tumblr user has reimagined all the gluten-freeness we could ever dream of.


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But we'd still rather have a Guinness.

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This Caravaggio painting lost it's loaves.

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And this Johannes Vermeer painting went carb and gluten-free.

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Giuseppe Arcimboldo was known for his famous painting of food, and he probably wasn't thinking about gluten when he gave this lady her suit.

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This reimagined Vincent van Gogh looks a lot less comfortable.

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Jeff Koons lost the cake in his famous cake painting.

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Something tells me that this was not the healthier choice.

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But what are we going to eat now?

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This ancient dude would have had a lot less to do.

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Chief Wiggum would have likely been a lot slimmer if he went gluten-free.

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Maybe now the people in this Anne Archer painting can actually enjoy themselves.

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Without the hotdogs, the people in this Martin Parr would just be eating condiments.

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Gluten or no gluten, Andy Warhol looks like he needs a little snack.

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This Jean Siméon Chardin just made room for a sald.

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This Robert Doisneau photo is proof that having croissants is better than not having croissants.

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The iconic "American Gothic" by Grant Wood would have been shrouded in a lot more mystery.

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Lady and the Tramp would have had to go back to the normal dog task of sniffing each other's butts.

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Without the gluten, the people in this Jean-François Millet painting just look crazy.

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We didn't think it was possible, but without the gluten, this Salvador Dalí actually got weirder.

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