AQ: What microscopic bodies make up the Art Collector’s Hoagie? A: Adams. Q: What musical instrument does an Art Collector play to soothe her Hoagies? A: An Arp.
BQ: What fatty meat do Art Collectors sometimes add to their Hoagies? A: Bacon. Q: How does an Art Collector carry her Hoagies to a picnic? A: In a Basquiat. Q: What do Art Collectors say when a guy gets too close to their Hoagies? A: “Beckmann!” Q: What did the Art Collector say after finishing a tasty Hoagie? A: “Beuys that was good!” Q: Who never appreciates the Art Collector’s long Hoagie lunch breaks? A: His Bosch. Q: What did the Art Collector twirl in the Hoagie-day parade? A: A Breton.
CQ: How did the Art Collector ask his woman friend out on a Hoagie date? A: He Calder. Q: What is the most basic ingredient found in an Art Collector’s Hoagie? A: Cole Cuts.
DQ: How does an Art Collector transport her half-ton Hoagie? A: With a Dali. Q: Why did the Art Collector get a stomach ache after eating his Hoagie? A: Degas. Q: What did the Art Collector call the man who dove into a pool of niblets to get a Hoagie? A: Diebenkorn. Q: What does an Art Collector call motorists who run over his Hoagies? A: Otto Dix. Q: Where did the Art Collector build her “do-it-yourself” Hoagie? A: Dubuffet. Q: What did the Art Collector ask the friend who apparently did not desire a Hoagie? A: “Duccio want one?” Q: What does an Art Collector call Mohammed Ali? A: Duchamp. Q: How did the Art Collector respond to the Hoagie joke? A: “Durer!”
FQ: What do Art Collector’s get when they leave their Hoagies in the Gallery? A: Flack. Q: How did the Art Collector describe the stale bun of the week-old Hoagie? A: Fragonard.