Homemakers in Japan have been using classic artworks to describe their daily routines — much to the delight of those on social media.

According to online magazine Pouch, the conversation began in May 2018 after a woman posted an image of Jacques-Louis David’s classic French revolution painting “The Death of Marat” on Twitter alongside a message saying that she had received a letter from her son’s elementary school asking her to prepare a lunch for that very same day because no food was going to be provided.