Marcel Duchamp in Braid (spoiler)

#1 Posted by TomboDemon (138 posts) -

When you see the princesses room at the end of world one,
you can noticeably see the work "L.H.O.O.Q" by Marcel Duchamp on the wall,
heres a brief description of the work at wikipedia,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L.H.O.O.Q.
I know this must have some deep meaning about the relationship between Tim and the princess,
but i dont know exactly what,
what do you think?
Tombo

#2 Posted by oraknabo (1457 posts) -

Yeah, I noticed that. Maybe it symbolizes how Tim thinks the princess has a hot ass.

#3 Posted by TomboDemon (138 posts) -

haha yeh,
i was just playing it again recently,
and i noticed that the painting was one of the things that changed at the end,
before the flash, it was just a regular old mona lisa,
i suppose its possible that the painting changed just as everything else did, not for any deep significance,
although for anyone good with numbers the princesses mailbox said 6890,
lol

#4 Posted by Disgaeamad (1342 posts) -
oraknabo said:
"Yeah, I noticed that. Maybe it symbolizes how Tim thinks the princess has a hot ass."
Oh my god, this is possibly the best comment in the history of the internet.
#5 Posted by WallacetheGreat (555 posts) -
Disgaeamad said:
"oraknabo said:
"Yeah, I noticed that. Maybe it symbolizes how Tim thinks the princess has a hot ass."
Oh my god, this is possibly the best comment in the history of the internet."
I second your comment, good sir.
#6 Posted by oraknabo (1457 posts) -

Thanks. I'm glad some people got that.

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