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Manspreading, as seen in classical paintings

The somewhat uncouth phenomenon of manspreading certainly isn’t new – just last year, some wisecrack started photoshopping cute critters between these wide, wide legs in mock defense of the practice. But who knew that it’s always been this way? Trust the fun folks at Mashable to dig up some damning evidence of manspreading from way back when.

Via Mashable

Manspreading in classic paintings
Manspreading in classic paintings
Manspreading in classic paintings
Manspreading in classic paintings
Manspreading in classic paintings

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