Welcome to HPWF, the newest sensation on the internet. This page is
dedicated to what could quite possibly be the most in depth and thoughtful
piece of artwork of our times. It is definitely the most thought
provoking piece of work of the 21st century. This miraculous work of art,
remarkably, was almost never brought to the light of day, having been
thrown away (not unlike Modest Mussorgsky's St. John's Night on Bald
Without further ado I present to you the untitled piece of revolutionary
art whose author is of yet unknown:
The true genius behind this work of art is the utter simplicity and
minimalistic way in which the attitude of the piece is conveyed. The
scene opens with our first character (we will talk more about his identity
later) walking into the room with a friendly "hallo!" (it could also be
argued that given his facial expression his speech could be better
interpreted as "HALLO!" a resounding greeting) full of joy at seeing the
second character. His hopes however are dashed however as his greeting is
returned by a nasty, ridiculing response. Character one responds simply
with "why?", and the lack of punctuation shows his baffled response. His
face is full of pain and suffering, here he thought he was greeting a
friend, why is he mocked by one he trusted and greeted, why would this
happen. But the response he gets is not very helpful, simply "french."
This final response is left open to the most speculation in this piece.
What does he mean by "french.", the truth is that we may never know,
however I feel that I can offer a few suggestions:
He is addressing his opinion that the speaker is rude (as the french
are known for their rudeness, anyone who has had to deal with Air France
knows what I mean by this). Thus he is shunning his friend for rudeness.
His friend is french. I find this doubtful, the artist who created
this masterpiece was working on a though provoking piece, not something
blatant and obvious, and we shall see later that character one is not
The final possibility is that his answer is completely nonsensical,
indicating a total dismissal of character one. Character two obviously
has no concern for the feelings of his would be friend and will not even
grant him the courtesy of an answer.
The identity of the speakers
The amount of detail in this artwork is amazing, in fact I was able to
fully reconstruct the faces of the characters using some classified
government software generally reserved for the analysis of surveillance
videos and expensive Hollywood blockbusters. Below are the results of
Yes that is right! The characters are none other than Mao Tse-Tung and
Desmond Tutu. The reason for hiding their faces is very evident however,
to make the artwork more general. The fact remains that it would carry
the same power even with different players.
An example of the above can be easily seen below:
Another example, but this time we move the scene to a bar and add an
additional silent character (keeping true to the heart of the piece we
MUST use the original script).
Once again the genius and boundless inspiration is revealed. I think you
all must agree that the above piece is TRULY moving and inspiring!
Here we are able to shift the attention of the speakers onto the third
party. Perhaps now they are both expressing their disgust at the ferret?
The bunny attempts to greet it, the alien mentions it is useless, upon
which the bunny asks "Why does it stick it's head into a mud of beer?",
the alien replies simply "french."
Could it possibly be more elegant, this is a timeless work!
In this dramatization we see how the meaning can be shifted even further.
Two doctors stand over a child, "hallo!" calls the first doctor to the
child, hoping for a sign of life. The other doctor expresses his
frustration, "pffft!" he says. The child dies, "why?" asks the first full
of frustration. "french." replies the second, reminding her of that
fateful day in Paris oh so long ago.
*sniff*, I'm sorry but I am about to cry the emotion of this art just
forces me to tear up!
A group of protestors have gathered outside of the whitehouse and are
using the above art to state the feeling of futility they have! Here is
a photo of the picket line:
What a brilliant use of the slogan!
In this next example we see two pieces, the first will have the standard
wording, while the second will reveal the deeper meaning, I think you all
will agree how amazing this insight is:
Notice the woman's response is the same in either version. The brilliance
is in the simplicity, using the long version or the simplified and elegant
"hallo! pffft! why? french." she still responds with "What the HELL are
you guys TALKING ABOUT!", truly a work of a master artist.