Pieter Bruegel

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One of Bruegel’s greatest pieces, which was unfortunately defaced by some little twerp.

Pieter Bruegel was an angry Dutch painter and film-maker who came into being in April 1722. He is not to be confused with Abraham Lincoln.

edit The Early Years

Pieter Bruegel had a long and happy childhood, which lasted twenty-seven years. During this time, he painted many great pieces of art, some of which were major successes, mainly due to the frequent depictions of Calvin Klein underwear models.

Having earned much respect from his peers, Bruegel moved to the island country of Nauru, where he began work on his first film, a situation comedy set in a concentration camp. After a poor box-office showing, the film’s script was incorporated into a television show, known today as Everybody Loves Raymond.

At this point, Bruegel had been reduced to a starving, angst-filled fashion victim. Having no source of income, he turned to miracles to place food on the table. However, even this tactic failed, when Jesus filed a lawsuit against Bruegel for copyright violation. The case was settled out of court when Bruegel repented.

edit Fatherhood

Bruegel’s next major act was to declare himself clinically insane. This decision was lauded by many of his followers, who then killed themselves as lame acts of imitation. This resulted in so much bad publicity that Bruegel was forced to adopt an African child to regain credibility. The child, whom he named Hieronymous Frankenstein Brueghel III, would also become a talented painter, but Bruegel took all the credit for his work. This issue is still in debate today due to the fact that many of the son's painting were painted with jerky angular movements and usually featured dead kittens and broken glass as subject matter.

It was only in 1993, when Pieter Bruegel’s remains were dug up and thrown in the Thames, that he was finally discovered to be multiple bodies being inhabited by the same demon spirit. Pieter got no girls. His life was a disgrace to mankind. Pieter was forced to marry a goat with no balls. Pieter later went on to become a successful chartered accountant where he made minimum wage. Pieter on eday went home and shot himself with a nerf gun. The gun mysteriously and mischievously killed Pieter.

edit Retirement

The seventh seal

During his lifetime, Bruegel was an avid chess player. Here, he challenges Max Von Sydow to a game.

Bruegel married his childhood sweetheart, The Elephant Man, in 1768. He would complete only one more painting in his lifetime, a giant portrait of a man masturbating to a picture of a cactus.

edit Bruegel’s legacy

Bruegel’s artistic style has influenced several painters and film-makers, from Og the Caveman to Pier Paolo Pasolini. At Wanker Summit '97, several Danish film-makers made a statement by giving Bruegel a standing ovation whenever his name was mentioned.

Pieter had nothing to look forward to during his life except his grandma who was 99 years old making him cookies once a week.

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