She’s not particularly exciting.
What does she do all day, anyway?
I mean, besides vacuum and drive her kids around?
Oh. My. God.
I think I just described myself.
Okay, okay. Enough of that pity party.
Presenting ten of Marge’s most profound, yet undoubtedly humorous quotes:
(Brilliant! Set that bar low enough, and you’ll never be disappointed again!)
(She definitely can’t be accused of sugar-coating the truth with that attitude.)
(So that’s how it works? I would’ve sworn it was the other way around.)
(A rather classy way to get the message across, sans violence.)
(Proof that it’s easy to become too complacent, even in mediocrity.)
(Intelligence aside, their very presence in your can of tuna means more bang for your buck!)
(Consider yourself lucky. Some people don’t even have a sense of humor.)
(Hey, give her a break! She’s been wearing the same set of clothes since 1989.)
(The ultimate gauge for accessing a job well done.)
(Who needs Hawaii when you can have your very own jail cell?)
Apparently, I’ve got more in common with Marge Simpson than I realized.
Well, except I don’ t have a blue beehive.
Or three messed-up kids.
Or a husband with only two brain cells.
She’s patient, compassionate, and forgiving.
But the moralistic matriarch really didn’t hit the jackpot with that family, did she?
~Happy Thursday, everyone! Hope you’re having a terrific week! If you haven’t already, please be sure to check out the other two parts of The Simpsons series: The Wisdom of Homer and The Logic of Lisa!~