Many of the famous paintings we study in school are far more than meets the eye. With more careful attention to detail in acclaimed artistic works, it becomes apparent that the renowned European painters who created them were avid members of college fraternities. As such, they used their experiences as frat brothers as inspiration for their paintings. Let's explore some paintings that demonstrate this theory, and at the same time try not to judge my horrible image-editing skills too harshly, as I do not have Photoshop and they were all created using MS Paint and a program I found in my attic called "Microsoft Picture It! 2000":