A Brief History Of Side-Eye In Medieval Art

Because the 13th century can’t even.

“Kim, your cloak is so cute. Where’d you get it?”

Kim: side-eye.

“After careful consideration, I think Dan smells fine.”

Sole dissenter: side-eye.

“Trying out this new blue robe because I hate looking like we shop in the same linen closet.”

Everybody else: side-eye.

“Imma let you finish but …”

Man on the left: side-eye.

“I already told Heather she could borrow my dress halo, but you guys could rock-paper-scissors.”

Double side-eye.

“The dove has definitely pooped.”

Dove: side-eye.

“But Tiffany and Brett’s mom lets them play with dead birds.”

Virgin mother: side-eye.

“Short straw goes and gets the bagels. That was the deal.”

Un. Repentant. Side-eye.

“The invitation said gifts optional.”

Spot the side-eye.

“Leslie, I know you’re the one who burnt my favorite pair of rainbow wings. Look me in the side-eye when you lie to me.”

“Your hat looks so much like a moldy bread basket it’s not even funny.”

“Oh my God, thank you. Your hair is so oily it’s like you just jumped out of the pool.”

“Stop. Thank you.”

Side-eye.

“Mmm, yes, this is the best Snuggie I’ve ever worn.”

Snuggie man: side-eye.

Pfffffttttttttttttttttt.

Sniff sniff.

Guilty as thine side-eye.

“Jordan, my reptilian tail won’t hurt you. I promise.”

“Girl, I can’t even with this mermaid business.”

Side-eye.

“Ethan, you’re going the wrong way. Ethan, you’re clearly facing the opposite direction as everyone else. Ethan, I swear to God, Ethan.”

Horses: side-eye.

It’s piffero day in music class and Bobby Blueshirt can. not. even. Side-eye.

“Honey, you’re a skeleton. I have no time for your skeleton shenanigans. Read my side-eye and sit your skeleton self down.”

“Unicorn, you’re so tiny. I don’t believe you.”

Side-eye.

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