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My eyes!The goggles do nothing!

The Simpsons, the longest-running American primetime show in history, with its own fair share of memetic goodness. Because the show has been such a Long Runner combined with being a Fountain of Memes it's not uncommon in the modern age for new memes to spontaneously appear out of obscure scenes from episodes that haven't been referenced in years. The popular Facebook group Simpsons Shitposting is a treasure trove of these memes.


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  • The meme. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The explanation behind the meme if necessary (please try to both detail the meme's background and the context in which the meme is used).[[/labelnote]] Explanation Like this.

  • The page image caption, of course, commonly used by posters to indicate they've seen something they really wishthey hadn't (not too dissimilar to "do not want" from Backstroke of the West), from season seven's "Radioactive Man". It is sometimes rendered as a C++ function:

    void the_goggles(){} // do nothing

  • Worst. Meme. Ever. Comic Book Guy's most well-known catch phrase, "Worst. (Noun). Ever." (usually punctuated that way on the Internet) has become a meme of epic proportions. The TV show even used it as one of its episode titles (appropriately "Worst Episode EVER", though it actually refers to a cardiac episode).
  • And Kent Brockman, for one, welcomes our new insect overlords. He'd like to remind them as a trusted TV personality, he can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground sugar caves. Explanation From the season five episode "Deep Space Homer", after Homer accidentally unleashes ants into the fuselage of the space shuttle, with an ant captured on the live television feed, scaring viewers on Earth because of its close proximity to the camera. Kent Brockman's dialogue is the origin of the "Overlord" meme.
  • Your memes are intriguing to me, and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter. Explanation Season eight episode "Mountain of Madness", where Homer tells his family that Mr. Burns is taking the plant on a "teamwork-building" retreat, and Bart responds with a speech about how he thinks "teamwork" and "sharing" are overrated. Homer seems to agree, but he thinks they have to go on the retreat anyway.
  • D'OH! Explanation Homer's primary Catchphrase, though the scripts keep calling it "annoyed grunt".
    • Mmm... tropes...Explanation His secondary Catchphrase, usually to denote a pleasure/tastefulness for anything, ranging from food to people to concepts to something.
  • Hi-diddily ho, neighbor-ino!Explanation Ned Flanders' Catchphrase
    • Lies make baby Jesus cry.Explanation Said by Rod in "Homer Loves Flanders" when Ned lies to Homer that they're going to visit the kids' grandmother.
    • Iron helps us play!Explanation Said in "Lisa's First Word".
  • EAT MY SHORTS!
    • Don't have a cow, man!
    • Aye carumba!
    • Strangely enough, while all of the above are Bart's Catchphrases, he has only said "Cowabunga!" twice in the entire series, yet that is still associated with him. Lampshaded when Bart complains when Lisa uses it. Marge points out that Bart hasn't said it in four years.
    • eat pantExplanation A birthday cake decorated in an almost bootlegged image of Bart with a butchered version of his catch phrase "Eat my shorts!" paraphrased into "eat pant". The image has been very popular among social media sites and bootleg merchandise enthusiasts.
  • "DENTAL PLAN!" "Lisa needs braces!" Explanation In the episode "Last Exit to Springfield" of season four, Homer plays back Lenny's "So long, dental plan!" cheer, along with Marge's warning that Lisa needs braces, over and over in his head until he realizes that if Burns takes away his dental plan, he'll have to front the money for an expensive set of braces to fix Lisa's teeth.
    • "Now do Classical Gas!"Explanation In the same episode, Lisa plays guitar and sings a protest song. Lenny then shows up and requests that she play "Classical Gas" by Mason Williams. The clip is frequently used in Simpsons shitpost videos such as this.
  • *WHACK* Buhhhuuhhuhuhuh...Explanation In season five episode "Cape Feare", after taking a ride on the underside of the Simpsons' car, Sideshow Bob walks into one rake after another, and mutters in annoyance.
  • Talking out of turn? That's a paddlin'. Looking out the window? That's a paddlin'. Posting memes on the internet? That's a paddlin'. Making "That's a paddlin'" an internet meme? Oh, you'd better believe that's a paddlin'. Explanation From season six episode "The PTA Disbands": Jasper becomes a substitute teacher at Springfield Elementary School, and decides to lay down the law in his own way.
  • Won't somebody PLEASEThink of the Children!!?Explanation Helen Lovejoy's usual response to outlandish, political and/or religious situations.
  • You don't win friends with sa-lad! You don't win friends with sa-lad! You don't win friends with sa-lad!Explanation From season seven episode "Lisa the Vegetarian", where Bart starts a conga line, followed by his parents, after Lisa protests about Homer's upcoming barbeque.
  • "Can't sleep... clown will eat me..." Glam rocker Alice Cooper actually turned this into one of his songs.Explanation Bart's Madness Mantra in season four episode "Lisa's First Word", after Homer builds him a Nightmare Fuel-inducing bed made to portray Krusty the Klown.
  • Feels like I'm wearing nothing at all! Nothing at all!Nothing at all!Nothing at all!Explanation Ned Flanders' exclamation of how well his new tight-fitting ski suit is in season eleven episode "Little Big Mom". It has since been used for other male characters wearing skin-tight outfits, especially if said outfit emphasizes their ass.
    • Stupid Sexy Flanders!Explanation Homer's reaction in the same episode, upon forgetting his ski instructor's lessons and visualizing Ned in his ski suit, while shaking his rear end. In relation to the above, another character in Homer's place (can be both genders) will usually be exclaiming "Stupid sexy X!" in response.
  • Me fail English? That's unpossible.Explanation Ralph's response after being given notice from Principal Skinner that he's failing his English language studies from season six episode "Lisa on Ice".
    • I bent my Wookie!Explanation Said in "Lisa's Rival" when he trips and drops his Star Wars diorama.
    • My cat's breath smells like cat food!
  • Now my good man, what do you like to play?Explanation A clip of Bill Cosby (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) interviewing a child on Kids Say the Darndest Things. It became popular, especially on YTMND, to remix the clip and combine it with other Cosby impersonations, not only from other Simpsons episodes, but also other animated sitcoms (such as Family Guy), to make Cosby seem weirdly obsessed with Pokémon, jazz, and bicycles.
    • Pokémon.
    • POKEYMAN? Pokeyman, with the pokey and the man and the thing where the guy comes out of the thing and he wants to *random gibberish* AGGH AGGH AGGH!
    • You see? The kids, they listen to the rap music, which gives them the brain damage! With their hippin' and the hoppin' and the bippin' and the boppin', so they don't know what the jazz is all about! You see, jazz is like a Jell-O pudding pop — no, actually it's more like Kodak film — no! Actually, jazz is like the New Coke — it'll be around forever! HEH HEH HEH.
  • Milhouse is not a meme.
    • "Milhouse is not a meme" isa meme.
    • "'Milhouse is not a meme' is a meme" is not a me-AARGH
      • "''Milhouse is not a meme' is a meme' is not a meme" is a meme.
      • "Shut up! Nobody memes Milhouse!"Explanation A parody of Mr. Largo's line "NOBODY likes Milhouse!" from "Lisa's Date with Density" after the band class engages in a round of teasing with Milhouse in most of the chants.
  • Groin-grabbingly memetic.Explanation In "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?", Homer wants Lisa to write that a meal he had was "groin-grabbingly transcendent."
  • "Hi, I'm Troy McClure! You may remember me from such videos as Tropey Potter And The Alchemic Troper and Tropey Learns About Bad Touching!"Explanation Actor Troy McClure's introduction in videos, on-camera and in-person throughout the series.
  • *DING* Thank you, come again!Explanation Kwik-E-Mart store manager Apu Nahasapeemapetilon's Catchphrase
  • "Old Man Yells At Cloud"Explanation From season thirteen episode "The Old Man and the Key", where "Grandpa" Abraham Simpson wants his photo for his driver's license to be a picture from a newspaper article regarding him yelling at a cloud. Often used as a response to angry, pointless rants.
    • "... I had an onion on my belt, because that was the style at the time..." Explanation Grandpa's Rambling Old Man Monologue from "Last Exit"
    • "... Anyway, long story short...is a phrase whose origins are complicated and rambling" Explanation From "Jaws Wired Shut"
  • Inanimate Carbon Rod pwns all!explanation At the end of "Deep Space Homer", when Homer comes back from his voyage in space, he gets passed up for "Time Magazine Man of the Year" by the same carbon rod that he accidentally used to seal the door shut during the shuttle's almost-crash landing.
  • Memes make baby Jesus cry.
  • Homer's big "FFFFFFUUU-"Explanation In season six episode "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" (part one), after his boss forgets to put his name on a "Thank You" card, Homer exclaims this in response.
  • HA HA!Explanation Nelson Muntz's Catchphrase
  • "HI, EVERYBODY!"Explanation Dr. Nick Riviera's Catchphrase
    • "Hi, Dr. Nick!"Explanation The usual response to Dr. Nick's greeting
    • "Inflammable means flammable? What a country!"Explanation A line from "Trilogy of Error"
  • Bonjouurrrrrrrrrr, ya Cheese-Eating Surrender Monkeys!
  • Excellent... *evil smirk*Explanation Mr. Burns' Catchphrase
    • Release the hounds.Explanation Burns' usual answer to getting rid of annoyances in any situation
      • Release the flying monkeys!
      • Do my worst, eh? Smithers, release the robotic Richard Simmons. Explanation From a deleted scene in season five episode "Burns' Heir", featured in "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular". In the original, Burns and co. simply walk away and locks the door behind them.
    • Smithers, who is that man surfing TV Tropes and posting internet memes?!
      • That's Homer Simpson, sir, one of your tropers from Sector 7-G.
      • Simpson, eh?
  • SKIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNER!Explanation Superintendent Chalmers Catchphrase
    • *Gasp* Superintendent Chalmers!
      • Hi, Super Nintendo Chalmers. Explanation "Lisa Gets an 'A'" - Ralph greets the school superintendent the only way he can. "I'm learnding!"
  • Maggie Simpson: *pacifier suck*
  • Hans Moleman Productions presents: Man Getting Hit By Football
    • No one's gay for Moleman...Explanation A line from "Future-Drama"
  • From the movie: Spider-Pig.
    • Spider-pig, spider-pig, doing what a spider-pig does!
      • He's not Spider-Pig anymore, he's Harry Plopper.
  • I am Evil Homer! I am Evil Homer!
  • Smithers, are they booing me?
    • Uh, no, they're saying "Boo-urns! Boo-urns!"
      • I was saying "Boo-urns"...Explanation Episode "A Star is Burns": When Mr. Burns views his self-indulgent short film for Jay Sherman's film festival, nearly everyone in the viewing audience boos it, despite Smithers' insistence that they're actually saying "Boo-urns". Hans Moleman, however, was saying, "Boo-urns".
  • A Wizard Did It!Explanation "Treehouse of Horror X" - When Prof. Frink points out continuity errors in Xena: Warrior Princess, Lucy Lawless (dressed in her Xena costume) responds by telling him "A wizard did it".
  • These are all perfectly cromulent memes.
    • I've embiggened this page!Explanation From "Lisa the Iconoclast"
  • "Hey, Moe, that team sure did suck last night. I mean they just plain sucked! I've seen teams suck before, but they were the suckiest bunch of sucks that ever sucked!"Explanation "Team Homer" - Homer lets off a little post-game trash talk after beating Rev. Lovejoy's "Holy Rollers" team at bowling.
    • "Homer! Watch your mouth!"
      • "Eh, I gotta go, my damn wiener kids are listening."
      • "Hey! We are not wieners!"
  • "Did you ever notice how men always leave the toilet seat up?"... That's the joke!Explanation "A Star is Burns": Rainier Wolfcastle tries his hand at stand-up comedy. "That's the joke!" has since become a mocking response to people misunderstanding a rather obvious joke or bit of sarcasm.
  • "BART, YOU WANT SOME BROWNIES BEFORE YOU GO TO BED?!"
    • "BART, DO YOU WANNA CHECK OUT MY NEW CHAINSAW AND HOCKEY MASK?!"Explanation "Cape Feare": While on the run from Sideshow Bob, Homer twice scares Bart by barging into his room and screaming at him while wearing a hockey mask and brandishing weapons.
  • Marge: "Hmmmmmm..."
  • Monorail! Monorail! Monorail!!! ... Mono-d'oh!
    • It's not Batman!
    • I call the big one "Bitey."Explanation All from "Marge vs. the Monorail", obviously. The first is Homer continuing to sing even after the song concluded, the second is Marge's aggravated line when Homer thinks she brought Batman to help, and the third is the name that Homer gave to a possum in the monorail storage closet.
  • It's just a little Xnote dirty, slimy, airborne! It's still good! It's still good!note Homer says this chasing a dead pig he was about to roast after Lisa sends it tumbling away in "Lisa the Vegetarian"
    • "Will you be donating that money now sir?" "No, I'd still prefer not."note Burns told Smithers he'd donate money to the orphanage when pigs fly.
  • Take this object. But beware, it carries a terrible curse.
    • Ooh, that's bad.
      • But it comes with a free frogurt!
      • That's good!
      • The frogurt is also cursed.
      • That's bad.
      • But you get your choice of topping!
      • That's good!
      • The toppings contain potassium benzoate.
      • ...
      • That's bad.
      • Can I go now? explanation An exchange from the first story in "Treehouse of Horror III", when Homer purchases a Krusty the Clown doll from a mysterious shopkeeper for Bart to play with.
  • Elmoknows where you live!Explanation A line from "Missionary: Impossible" when the PBS representatives are chasing Homer for not following through on his monetary pledge.
  • You, sir, are an idiot.Explanation Said by Krusty in "The Last Temptation of Krust" when, after being given a bad stand-up comedy review in the paper, Sideshow Mel tried to console him by saying: "They say ANY publicity is GOOD publicity."
  • Quiet, you. Explanation A quote used by Mr. Peabody in the second part of the "Treehouse of Horror V" episode, usually to tell Sherman to shut up.
  • IT STINKS! IT STINKS! IT STINKS! IT STINKS! IT STINKS! IT STINKS!
    • Yes, Mister Sherman, everything stinks.Explanation Jay Sherman from The Critic locked away in a mental facility in "Hurricane Neddy". The second line is the response from the doctor.
  • Whaddaya mean the bank is outta money?!
    • Skinner said that the memes will crack any minute. Purple Monkey Dishwasher.
      • OH MY GOD, THE PTA HAS DISBANDED! Explanation All from, you guessed it, "The PTA Disbands". The .gif file of the hysterical PTA member jumping out of the window has become a popular reaction image on internet forums.
  • "Oh, I get it! I get jokes." Explanation Episode: "The Last Temptation of Krust". Lisa and Homer are watching a Steven WrightStand-Up Comedy routine where Wright says "I finally got around to reading the dictionary. Turns out the zebra did it." Homer doesn't understand what's so funny about it, so Lisa tells him that "zebra" is just a word at the end of the dictionary. Still confused, Lisa then tells Homer that Wright was just telling a joke, prompting Homer to say the quote.
  • "I wash mah-self with a raaaag on a stick."note In "King Size Homer", Bart happily imagining a future in which he's morbidly obese. Usually accompanying pictures of morbidly obese people.
  • Hello, my name is Mr. Troper, I believe you have a letter for me.
    • Okay, Mr Troper, what's your first name?
    • I don't know.Explanation "Blood Feud": Homer tries (very poorly) to impersonate Mr. Burns in order to retrieve an angry letter Bart had written to him.
  • Argh... I won't make it, partner. Just do one thing for me... get Troper Mendoza.
    • MENDOZA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Bart naked! Explanation More done for shock value than anything.
  • Bombardment!Explanation The cruel dodgeball-esque gym game introduced by Coach Krupt, the new coach in "My Fair Laddy"
  • And if you need Lisa, she'll be in her room.Explanation A line by Lisa at the end of "Bart Gets Famous" when she is the only one in the room without a Catchphrase.
    • What kind of stupid catch phrase is that?
  • I Have This Friend... named... Joey Jojo... Junior... Shabadoo?
  • Let's all go out for Frosty Chocolate Milkshakes!
  • Oh, and by the way, I was BEING SARCASTIC!Explanation Episode "Flaming Moe's": When Moe makes a fortune after stealing Homer's new cocktail recipe, Marge tries to console Homer by letting him know that his drink is making so many people happy, but he isn't all that impressed. "Ooh, look at me! I'm making people happy! I'm the Magical Man from Happy-Land, in a gumdrop house on Lollipop Laa-aa-aane!"
  • I am so smart! S-M-R-T! I mean S-M-A-R-T!Explanation Homer sets his high school diploma on fire, unknowingly burning the house down in "Homer Goes to College."
    • NEEEEERRRRRRDDDDD!Explanation From the same episode as the above, Homer takes TV college stereotypes too seriously.
  • "Two plus two is four! Two plus two is four!Two plus two is four!"Explanation  From the Episode The Simpsons S5 E4 "Rosebud" Said by a pastiche of Barney the Dinosaur on television. Homer, while watching with Maggie responds with a chuckle, and a comment that he can see how that show is so popular. This directly proceeds -to Homer's Horror- an interuption on the TV by Mr. Burns demanding that Homer hands his his lost teddy Bobo over.
  • Bart hitting Homer across the back with a chair. Explanation  In "A Milhouse Divided", Bart hits Homer with a chair while he's in the tub. You know, because it's a simple stuntman trick. This scene has been subject to many dubs and remixes.
  • Dad, what are you doing down there?
    • Washing my fat guy hat, honey!
  • I know you can read my posts, Troper. Just a little reminder: if I found out you cut class, your ass is mine. Yes, you heard me. I think words I would never say.Explanation "The Boy Who Knew Too Much": Principal Skinner telepathically threatens Bart with detention when he sees him at Freddie Quimby's trial.
    • I know you can read my posts, Troper. Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow Meow.Explanation Same episode: Homer amuses himself by quoting a commercial for Meow Mix cat food.
  • Le Grille? What the hell is that?!Explanation In the episode "Mom and Pop Art", when Homer tries to build a barbecue grill despite having ruined the English instructions, he tries to use the French instructions and exclaims this line.
    • Ah, that's one fine looking barbecue pit. WHY DOESN'T MINE LOOK LIKE THAT?!Explanation Homer looks in satisfaction at his completed grill, only for it to turn out that he was holding up the box and reveals the giant mess he actually assembled. Several edits exist in which the image on the box and the completed grill are replaced with two similar works to mock the one seen as inferior by the editor, especially if Homer's grill is being used to represent something seen as derivative of the compared work.
    • Why must life be so hard?! Why must I fail at every attempt at masonry?!Explanation Homer complaining about the awful results of his misassembled barbecue grill, and highly-quotable.
  • NOW HOW 'BOUT A HUG?!Explanation Season 4's "Brother from the Same Planet:" Homer forgets to pick up Bart. While in the car, Homer tries to make up, but Bart makes an Imagine Spot of Homer's face melting a la Raiders of the Lost Ark quoting said line. One of the most creepy scenes in the show and heavily associated with the infamous Dead Bart creepypasta.
    • Trab pu kcip, Trab pu kicp Explanation From the same episode, Bart tries telepathy on Milhouse to convince someone to pick him up. Cue Milhouse writing "Pick up Bart" backwards on the wall reminiscent of The Shining
  • TESTING!!!!!!Explanation  from the episode "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson" where during a school trip to Springfield police station, Bart -while experimenting with the police station megaphones- decides to line up the entire supply of megaphones all in a single line before saying the above word; with far reaching and disastrous results. It's common to see remixes of the scene where "Testing" is replaced with another phrase or even part of a song, like this variant using "All Star" by Smash Mouth.
  • MISUTAA SUPAAKORU! Explanation In "In Marge We Trust", Mr. Sparkle was a Japanese dishwashing detergent mascot that looked suspiciously like Homer Simpson.
  • 27! Explanation An Imagine Spot gives Lisa good advice from the greater-than sign, the infinity symbol, and the number twenty-seven.
  • KWYJIBO: A dumb, fat, balding North American ape with no chin. (And a short temper!) Explanation Bart tries to cheat at Scrabble in "Bart the Genius" (Kwyjibo is in fact Scrabble Babble's former name)
  • No TV and no beer make Homer something something.Explanation Homer's Madness Mantra in the first segment (a parody of The Shining) of "Treehouse of Horror V". Often comes up an alternative to "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy", whenever a character goes insane for either banal or comedic reasons.
    • Go crazy?
  • "Have The Rolling Stones killed." Explanation "Rosebud": Mr. Burns objects to an insulting performance by The Ramones. Used any time a band other than the Rolling Stones disappoints the speaker.
  • I'm a singin' hobo, not a stabbin' hobo...
    • Nothing beats the hobo life, stabbin' folks with with my hobo kniiiiife
  • "Mapple" and "MyPod" (used in an ironic sense)
  • A .gif file of Homer slowly backing into his hedge (from "Homer Loves Flanders") has become a popular reaction image for "no, just... no" or "oh god what" moments.
  • Another .gif file of Grandpa walking into an establishment, putting his hat on the rack, turning around 1 1/2 times, taking his hat back off the rack after noticing Bart, and calmly leaving the establishment is another popular reaction image for the same moments. Some images photoshop Bart's head and replace it with other faces, like the open-mouthed, cowboy hat-wearning Homer wielding the air horn from "Whacking Day".Explanation Originally from "Bart After Dark" when Grampa entered the burlesque house, but quickly exited when he saw Bart working there... before coming back in and asking, "Is your name Bart?"
  • "It was the best of times, it was the blurst of times?!" Explanation "Last Exit to Springfield": Mr. Burns shows Homer a room full of monkeys on typewriters, and one of them botches the opening line to A Tale of Two Cities. As such, "blurst" is sometimes used as a humorous substitute to the word "worst".
  • Call Mr Plow. That's my name. That name again is Mr Plow.
  • Television! Teacher! Mother! Secret Lover!Explanation Said by Homer at the end of the first story in "Treehouse of Horror V". Homer had been going slowly insane after Mr. Burns cut the cable and removed the beer from the house the Simpsons were staying in; Lisa managed to snap Homer out of his murderous rage by showing him a functioning portable TV.
    • "Urge to kill RISING!"Explanation From the same short; reversed when he sees the working TV: "Urge to kill... fading. Fading. (family approaches) RISING!... (they step back) Fading... gone."
  • STOP! STOP! HE'S ALREADY DEAD!Explanation In "Homie the Clown", Homer fills in for Krusty at a public event for Krusty Burger. When the Hamburglar-lookalike appears, Homer commences a beatdown in front of a crowd of shocked kids, one of which sobbing this line. It is usually used as a response to a Curb-Stomp Battle in a major sporting event or by disgruntled fans to whenever a once-beloved Franchise Zombie announces another installment.
  • ...with sexy results.Explanation In "Pygmoelian", Homer spoils the plots of future episodes of "It Never Ends" during a live episode, adding this on at the end of two descriptions.
  • I choo-choo-choose you!Explanation The Valentine's Day card that Lisa gives to Ralph in "I Love Lisa".
  • "Don't do what Donny Don't does."Explanation In the episode "Boy Scoutz N The Hood", Bart is reading a book entitled: "The 10 Dos and 500 Don'ts of Knife Safety" While flipping through the pages of the book explaining what not to do with a pocket knife, he complains that "They won't let you have any fun."
    • "We-e-ell! if it isn't the leader of the wiener patrol, boning up on his nerd lesson!"Explanation In the same episode, Homer follows up Bart's reading with the latter gimmicky catchphrase, lampshading the position Bart got himself into when he unwittingly joined the Junior Campers.
    • Sugarposting. Explanation Homer's brief Imagine Spot in "Boy Scoutz N The Hood" features him dancing to "Sugar" by The Archies with a group of anthropomorphic candy. It eventually sparked a trend of shoehorning Homer and the dancing candy into utterly unrelated scenes.
  • Looks like those clowns in Congress did it again. What a bunch of clowns.Explanation A line of preprogrammed "inane chatter" spoken by the automatized radio host robot, "DJ 3000". Usually used in response to particularly lame and low-effort jokes about the inefficiency of the US Congress.
  • "Eat up Martha"Explanation In "Lisa On Ice", Kearney tells Dolph to write "Beat up Martin" on his Apple Newton PDA, Apple's forefather to the iPhone and iPad, but it gets transcribed as "Eat up Martha", mocking the poor diction of Newtons. This was widely considered Apple's biggest blunder until Apple Maps in 2012, and is used as a snark against Apple products (even within Apple itself).
  • "He's history's greatest monster!"Explanation In "Marge in Chains", when Springfield can't raise money for an Abraham Lincoln statue, they have to settle for a Jimmy Carter statue instead that reads "Malaise Forever". This nearly causes a riot, as one angry citizen declares "He's history's greatest monster!" The line frequently appears in discussions about Carter, with varying degrees of sarcasm and seriousness.
  • I have to go now. My planet needs me.Explanation The ending of "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show" has Poochie crudely edited to say this line and fly away, in an effort to kill him off as fast as humanly possible. It usually comes up as a joking response to any fictional character getting written out of a story with little-to-no fanfare and for rather thin reasons. Also very popular among video gamers since examples of stuff suddenly flying far off into the air are far from uncommon in 3D video games everywhere.
    • Note: Character died on the way to his home planet.
  • WELCOME THRILLHOExplanation From "Marge Be Not Proud" - Milhouse's entry on the "Enter Your Name" screen on the "Bonestorm" game is just a few letters short (he wanted "THRILLHOUSE").
  • DO IT FOR HERExplanation "And Maggie Makes Three" features a plaque that initially read "DON'T FORGET: YOU'RE HERE FOREVER" in Homer's workstation, but was later covered up with photos of Maggie and made to read "DO IT FOR HER"; Maggie is Homer's motivation for continuing to work at the Nuclear Plant. Some fans create snowclones by replacing the images with those of a different character.
    • DO IT FOR HIM / DON'T FORGET: YOU'RE HIME FOREVERExplanation If the swapped-in character is male, "HER" gets replaced to "HIM", but this leads to the amusing side effect of changing the original text to "DON'T FORGET: YOU'RE HIME FOREVER", the implication being that the subject is a princess for life (hime being Japanese for "princess").
  • Ow, quit it!Explaination In "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire," there was a scene where Lisa, Maggie, and Homer poked at Bart's arm where the tattoo was removed.
  • We are the neighbours and we don't think. Explaination From "I'm Going to Praiseland", when Ned asks what the neighbours will think about him letting his crush Rachel stay the night.
  • I like stories. Explanation  From Season 4's "The Itchy and Scratchy Movie", Homer punishes Bart by forbidding him to see the seminal movie. When Bart eventually asks him to recant, he attempts to explain with a story why the punishment is ultimately good for Bart, which quickly goes off the rails and ends in "the doctor said I might have brain damage." This is Homer's reply when Bart asks what the point of the story was.
  • Everything's coming up Milhouse! Explanation In "Mom and Pop Art", things finally went right for Milhouse when he happened to be wearing flood pants as a few inches of water rushed into his room.
  • My son is also named Bort. Explanation In "Itchy & Scratchy Land" Bart is annoyed that the personalized license plates at the titular park's gift shop don't sell them with his name, however they have other B names including "Bort". Frustrated, Bart questions that name only to shortly meet a young boy and a grown who are both named Bort. (Mom: Come along, Bort. Man: Are you talking to me? Mom: No, my son is also named Bort.) Later in the episode, a staff member shouts into his radio: "We need more Bort license plates in the gift shop! I repeat, we are sold out of Bort license plates!"
    • Defictionalization: Several fans have gotten real life "BORT" vanity plates put on their cars.
    • Ascended Meme: The Simpsons park at Universal Studios Florida sells several personalized souvenirs at their gift shop. Bort is one of the name options and of course, they sell out fast.
  • "That's okay. Your tears say more than real evidence ever could." Explanation  In "Homer Badman" Homer is mistaken for a molester, and soon becomes a mass media boogeyman, such as in a parody of Sally Jessie Raphael. This has since become a popular quote to post in social media forums to criticize people who uncritically believes in rumours or allegations.
  • "I used to be with it, but then they changed what "it" was. Now what I'm with isn't "it", and what's "it" seems weird and scary to me. It'll happen to you." Explanation From "Homerpalooza," when (in flashback) a teenaged Homer tells Grampa that he's not "with it". The whole sequence, or sometimes just a still of Grandpa pointing accusingly with "It'll happen to you.'' imposed over it, is often used as a rebuttal towards snooty commentators who shame people for not being up-to-date on current trends.
  • Willie hears ya. Willie don't care.Explanation  In "Grade School Confidential", Skinner goes to the roof of the school and announces by megaphone he's barricaded the place, prompting the above response.
  • Am I that out of touch? No, it's the children who are wrong.Explanation Also in "The Boy Who Knew Too Much": Principal Skinner's attempts to find Bart fail when he only thinks to search in places like the museum, leading to the quote. It's become especially popular in response to attempts to appeal to kids or young people or shaming them, or by older fans acknowledging they're out of touch with the current youth.
  • Marge krumpingExplanation In "Little Orphan Millie", after Milhouse starts getting carried away from his new image, Marge offers to krump with Bart. What's particularly infamous about this is a single frame of animation during Marge's subsequent dancing where she is hunched over, with a vacant look in her eyes and a goofy grin on her face.
  • I sleep in a racing car. Do you?Explanation In "A Milhouse Divided", Kirk Van Houten had just divorced from Luann, and he boasts to Homer that one of the advantages of a single life is that you get to sleep in your own bed. Homer's response: "I sleep in a big bed with my wife."
  • Steamed hams.Explanation In "22 Short Films About Springfield", after accidentally burning his roast, Principal Skinner salvages his luncheon with Superintendent Chalmers by serving Krusty Burgers presented as his own making. However, he claimed beforehand that they were having steamed clams, leading to this slang term he made up on the spot. It inexplicably gained popularity as a word-replacement meme, and quite a few YouTubers have taken to remix the short, either by recreating it in programs such as MS Paint or GoAnimate, or by editing it, doing things such as having Skinner and Chalmers go on a road trip to upstate New York, making Skinner only exist as a figment of the Superintendent's imagination or making it play out as an episode ofDragon Ball Z; perhaps most infamously someone got Jeff Goldblum to read Skinner's dialogue and redubbed the short accordingly.
    • "X?! AT THIS TIME OF YEAR, AT THIS TIME OF DAY, IN THIS PART OF THE COUNTRY, LOCALIZED ENTIRELY WITHIN X?!"Explanation When Chalmers notices Skinner's kitchen is on fire due to the burnt roast in the oven that Skinner never attended to, Skinner tries to pass it off as the Aurora Borealis, which leads to Chalmers' skeptical reaction. The phrase has since spawned numerous Snowclones.
    • GOOD LORD, WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THERE?!Explanation The moment directly before the above clip, wherein Chalmers notices the raging fire. Used to make fun of a group of people, a country or a fanbase in civil turmoil, or just a really bad or weird place.
  • Just give 'em one of these.Explanation In "Secrets of a Successful Marriage", during a visit to the Adult Education Annex, Homer notices that Patty, Moe, and even Lenny are teaching classes, inspiring him to teach a class of his own. Moe in particular is teaching his class on "Funk Dancing for Self-Defense", opening his lecture by saying, "All right, here's the 411, folks. Say some gangsta is dissin' your fly girl. Ya just give 'em one of these..." He then does a dance routine which culminates with him grabbing a shotgun from the back of the room and firing it recklessly.
  • The Simpsons predict everything!Explanation Certain events are declared to be predicted by the show, even if it's just a Shout-Out or merely Hilarious in Hindsight. The show itself referenced this after "Bart to the Future" had a scene where Donald Trump became President of the United States; the first chalkboard gag after Trump won the 2016 election was "Being right sucks."
  • "Local Man Ruins Everything"Explanation In the episode "Jaws Wired Shut", we see a framed newspaper clipping of Homer with this headline. The photo is usually edited to show a character that lives up to said headline (which is also edited when necessary).
  • You can actually pinpoint the secondwhen his heart rips in half.Explanation From "I Love Lisa", in which Ralph Wiggum becomes an Abhorrent Admirer towards Lisa. Bart ends up showing her a play-by-play replay of when Lisa finally tells him off. On national television. It is usually used with clips of people experiencing a sudden bout of soul-crushing despair.
  • "I'm Homer Simpson!"Explanation Said by Frank Grimes, after his scheme to humiliate Homer fails, leading Frank to have a nervous breakdown and start acting like Homer.
  • "Now I see why they call you Ms. Hoover."Explanation From a scene in "Days of Future Future", a Bait-and-Switch where we're lead to believe that Lisa's teacher Ms. Hoover gave oral sex to Bart in the future, only to reveal that he's just impressed that she vaccumed the floor.
  • "Pathetic."Explanation A screenshot from "Bart the Genius" showing Skinner glaring down, with a caption reading "Pathetic." imposed over it. Used to mock someone's tastes or behavior. It should be noted that Skinner never said this line during the episode. That bit is actually taken from the anime film The End of Evangelion, wherein the character Asuka utters the line while depicted with a similar expression on her face.
  • Lemons. Explanation After stealing a lemon tree, Shelby's father takes a bite of a lemon to mock Homer. It became a common gag to photoshop his face onto the faces of other characters after they eat lemons.
  • SimpsonwaveExplanation Remixing footage from early seasons of the show with 80s era visual effects, set to vaporwave music.
  • LowmerExplanation During Season 5's "Rosebud", Homer imagines himself singing the McDonald's Menu Song in his own recording studio (which he wants Mr. Burns to give him as a reward for finding his childhood teddy bear). His crouching is part of the dance he does while singing the song.
  • A girl wants to play football! How about that?Explanation  From Season 9 episode "Bart Star" where Lisa demands a place in the student's football team because it's male dominated. She loses interest when Flanders points out that they already have several girls on the team and instead tries to shame them for using balls she think is made out of pig skin, only to be told that they're synthetic and part of the money they pay for the balls are going to charity. The clip is often seen as a Take That! to affirmative action and those who are intentionally trying to gain the moral high ground (often called Virtue Signalling).
    • Eh, football's really not my thing.
    • Actually, Lisa. These balls are synthetic.
  • You got the dud!Explanation Said by Marge in "Summer of 4'2''" when Bart opens the door in the "Mystery Date" game and a picture of a nerd, looking a lot like Milhouse, is behind it, prompting Homer to slowly break into a smile. Now, anything and everything in the Simpsons that involves opening something has been mashed-up with this scene, with the character, no matter who it is, taking on Homer's smile (stubble included).
  • Sneed’s Feed and Seed (Formerly Chuck’s) Explanation The shop where Homer buys tomatoes and tobacco in the Season 11 episode “E-I-E-I-D’oh”. The name is a rather subtle sex joke, where one realizes that Sneed, Feed, and Seed all rhyme, and quickly realizes that Chuck’s Feed and Seed was actually named Chuck’s Fuck and Suck. Sneedposting took off on 4chan’s /tv/ board in late 2017 and has been going strong since, even spreading to other boards; by now, it’s practically impossible to make a Simpsons thread without at least one sneed-related reply.
    • The SneedclaveExplanation After the developers for the Fallout: New Vegas mod The Frontier told off fans for not having a Enclave option, /v/ would use this name to identify themselves, being a portmanteau of "Sneed" and "Enclave", to dig up dirt on the developers.
  • SEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEMPSINS!? Explanation  A user known as GenerationStar or SuperMysticalFairy refers to the entire Simpson family from the show as this.
  • "It's true, but he shouldn't say it!" Explanation Marge's response to Kent Brockman talking about how women fighting over items at clearance sales is more sexist than naming a hurricane after a woman in the episode "Hurricane Neddy". It's usually used to respond to true facts that are either obvious, shocking or gross.
    • "It's true and he should say it!" Explanation An inverse of the above is also quite popular, where images of Marge are used with the text edited. It's usually used as an endorsement of a "hot take", or an uncommon/unpopular opinion, usually fandom related.
  • "The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side." "That's a right triangle, you idiot!" "D'oh!" Explanation In the episode "$pringfield", Homer says a quote from The Wizard of Oz after putting on Harry Kissinger's glasses that he found in the toilet. Due to Pop-Cultural Osmosis, the Simpsons version of the quote became more popular than the original scene.
  • "Not today, old friend." Explanation At the end of Season 24's "Whiskey Business", it seemed like Moe is going to the back room of his bar to hang himself again, only to come back out holding a dust pan and broom to clean. He then looks back at the noose and says, "Not today, old friend. But don't worry — holidays are just around the corner."
  • "El Barsinso" Explanation In various shitposting pages on Facebook, it is very common to grab crudely drawn images (or bootlegs) of Simpsons characters. Bart Simpson, in particular, is commonly called "El Barsinso" (or "Varsinso") by both the Spanish community and English community.
  • "That child has wetted his trousers!" (audience gasps) Explanation Sideshow Mel says this after seeing Bart wet himself in "Love Is A Many Strangled Thing".
  • "Bart! Why are you doing that?" Explanation In "Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie", Homer catches Bart smashing packets of mustard with a hammer, apparently imitating a gimmicky billboard advertising the titular movie. What makes this memeworthy is a frame-grab of Bart mid-blink as he responds to Homer ("I don't know").
  • "Yvan Eht Nioj" Explanation In "New Kids on the Blech" Bart, Milhouse, Ralph, and Nelson form a boy band that's actually a cover for a navy recruitment program. The back up singers are chanting this in the fours' video to subliminally brainwash people, which is naturally "Join the Navy" spelled and spoken backwards.
  • Front-facing Simpsons characters. Explanation While somewhat common in the first few seasons, the sight of a Simpsons character looking towards the camera face on is generally limited to a single frame of them turning their head (unless it's Kent Brockman doing a newcast, or Krusty the Klown filming his show). Screenshots like these and these are infamous for either having odd facial expressions or just being Off-Model.
  • AT LEAST YOU TRIED Explanation In "He Loves To Fly And He Do'hs" when Homer returns to the house after a job interview, Bart has a cake with the message inscribed, which he quickly throws away. Usually used as a response image to descriptions of failed projects.
  • "But, Moe, the dank! The dank!" Explanation In "Bart Sells His Soul", after the Hibbert family briefly stop by Moe's Tavern, Moe laments that these days everyone prefers family restaurants over a "dank pit", causing Carl to worry that Moe might be getting rid of the dank. This quote owes its meme status to the recent popularity of the word "dank" as a buzzword.
  • Homer getting beat up by Mickey Mouse. Explanation In "Mobile Homer", after Homer almost dies from getting his neck crushed by the garage door, Marge shows him a series of vacation photos where his life was threatened, and the first picture we see is of Homer at Disneyland getting beat up by said character while Goofy is holding him up. It became a meme after Disney acquired 21st Century Fox (initially for $52.4 billion, later updated to $71.4 billion after Comcast offered $65 billion), whose assets include the studio and The Simpsons itself.
  • Hibbert punching someone through an empty frame. Explanation In a Treehouse of Horror episode, Dr. Hibbert tries to subdue Bart's twin by asking him to look in a mirror, but the mirror he's holding is just an empty frame. Bart's twin sees Hibbert's face behind the frame just before Hibbert punches through it to knock him out. For the meme, shots that involve anyone looking into any mirror or picture have the contents replaced by Hibbert's face, followed by a knockout punch from him.
  • "(giggling) I'm in danger!" Explanation From the second half of "The Simpsons Guy", during which Homer and Peter Griffin hijack the school bus during their big fight, and Ralph just happened to be the only kid sitting in it, uttering a typical naïve exclamation of his. This is frequently used to express This Is Gonna Suck sentiments.
  • Say the line, Bart! Explanation From Bart Gets Famous, everyone in Bart's class turns to him and wants him to say "I didn't do it", which Bart dejectedly does. This has been adopted by various groups in response to a commonly repeated phrase.
  • "How often have you driven by a fire and thought 'How can this benefit me?'"Explanation From a commercial about a discount store that sells fire-damaged items in "Homer's Paternity Coot". Frequently used when someone tries to use a very recent tragedy as an excuse to self-promote or soapbox.
  • "I just think they're neat." Explanation Said by Marge in the episode "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song" after Bart asks her why she thinks it's a good idea to bring a potato to school for show and tell. Commonly used when people are asked to describe their favorite things or characters.
  • "Wow! What an ending! Who would have thought Darth Vader is Luke Skywalker's father?"Explanation In the episode "I Married Marge", Homer and Marge go on a date to see The Empire Strikes Back. After it ends, Homer spoils the movie's ending in front of the people waiting in line to see it. The clip is commonly used to warn people not to spoil highly-anticipated films.
  • Bart, get out! I'm piss! Explanation A notorious and NSFW fan comic written in rather broken English has Lisa say this when Bart walks in on her while she's in the bathroom.
  • AAH! Bart, I don't want to alarm you, but... Explanation An edited version of a scene from "$pringfield", where Homer walks into Bart's room at night and says the preceding phrase to him, leading into a warning about there potentially being a boogeyman or boogeymen in the house. The rest of the sentence after "but" is replaced with something from some other work of media, with Bart's scream occasionally being changed to a scream from the same work. Examples include Homer playing ominous music from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Homer playing the battle song from Sonic Unleashed with Bart doing Werehog Sonic's scream, and Homer shouting "HURRY UP!" from Wario Land 4 with Bart doing Wario's scream.
  • Chief Wiggum is an obscure Simpsons character.Explanation The YouTube channel Dark Simpsons posts daily pop quizzes asking subscribers to name the depicted obscure character. One in particular - where the focus was clearly meant to be Jimmy the Scumbag - used a picture where Wiggum dominated the foreground, so people started choosing the latter as a joke. Expect to see the Chief's name pop up in these quizzes' comments at least once.
  • "Well, excuse me, for having enormous flaws, that I don't work on!" Explanation From "Ice Cream of Margie (with the Light Blue Hair)", where Homer utters this after Marge scolds him after another blunder. It is often used as a response to a public figure, company, or a character that is considered The Scrappy who gets called out for their flaws, but they refuse to admit what they did was wrong.
  • "Go away! There ain't no Michael Jackson episode and there never was!" Explanation The original line was "Go away! There ain't no Monorail and there never was!" from "Marge vs. the Monorail". This meme was done as a response to Fox pulling the episode "Stark Raving Dad" from TV airings, future DVD releases and streaming services after the release of Leaving Neverland.
  • "Kids, could you lighten up a little?" Explanation In a scene of "Three Men and a Comic Book", Bart and Lisa sit in the back of the car discussing comic books. When they pitch a theory that Casper the Friendly Ghost is actually Richie Rich after he "realized how hollow the pursuit of money is and took his own life," this is Marge's response. It's since become a popular reaction image to people making similarly edgy theories on pretty much anything.
  • "...What the hell was that?!"Explanation This clip from "Krusty Gets Kancelled," where the eponymous clown shows a Shoddy Knockoff Product of Itchy and Scratchy and is extremely confused about what just happened. Used to express shock or intense confusion towards an image or media, similarly to the [visible confusion] and [confused screaming] memes.
  • "It's drinking the water!"explanation A scene from "Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?" where Homer reacts in awe to the sight of a completely mundane Famous Drinking Bird toy.
  • "No! The world needs laughter." explanation In "Marge vs. the Monorail," Krusty attempts to leap from the out of control monorail to his likely death, only for Leonard Nimoy to grab him and pull him back in mid leap, then giving him the aforementioned line. After Nimoy's passing in 2015, it became a popular quote from fans to post in tribute to him.
  • The SIMP-sonsexplanation Although, the origins of the term "Simp" is completely unrelated, this joke was inevitable.
    • Ah, well, if it isn't the Simps! Explanation A line from Mr. Burns used to accuse a party of being simps.
    • From now on you're the Simps. Explanation A line from the ending of "Bart Mangled Banner", used with the same connotations as the line from Mr. Burns above.
  • Apu Taking the Bullet for James Woods by leaping in front of him.note The scene from "Homer and Apu" is used as Image Macro to mock people on the Internet jumping in to defend celebrities.
  • [Onlookers Booing] / Tubeposting explanation A caption on the scene from "Brush with Greatness" where Homer gets stuck in a water slide at Mount Splashmore, requiring the section he's in to be removed from the rest of the slide and lifted out with a crane. The image of Homer caught in the water slide tube has been frequently edited into other images.
    • "What the hell is this, some kind of tube?" explanation An otherwise-unrelated quote by Bob Dole from the "Citizen Kang" segment of "Treehouse of Horror VII", typically used to accompany the aforementioned Tube posts.
  • WORKS ON CONTINGENCY? NO, MONEY DOWN!note From "The Day the Violence Died" when Bart attempts to hire Lionel Hutz. After he's given a large fee, he argues that his newspaper ad said he "Works on contingency - No money down". Hutz says the ad was a misprint and adds punctuation with a pen that completely subverts the promise. This is referenced frequently in response to politicians and advertisements who have been accused of backflipping on previously stated policies or practiced Bait-and-Switch marketing.
  • Thursday the 20th explanation In the episode "Pranksta Rap," a rapper is shown with a gold chain reading the date. Expect this image to be posted anytime the 20th of a month falls on a Thursday.
  • "Get ready everyone. He's about to do something stupid."explanation  From the episode "Homer to the Max," Lenny says this while he and his coworkers watch Homer heat up a fondue pot after a buffoonish character in a TV show has the same name as him.
  • "No One-Termers!" explanation The episode "Rosebud" features a scene in which both George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter are both banned from Mr. Burns' birthday party on accounts of them each serving only one Presidential term. In 2020 after President Donald Trump lost his reelection bid to Joe Biden, being the first incumbent President since Bush to lose, this joke quickly made a resurgence for fans, with many people joking that this would mean Trump would be banned from any future birthday parties hosted for Burns.
  • Saying the quiet part out loud Explanation An expression originating from "A Star Is Burns", when Krusty is asked by the jury of a local film festival on why would he vote for Mr. Burn's film. Krusty replies with "Let's just say it moved me... to a bigger house!", then — just realizing he accidentally blurted out the fact that Burns bribed him to vote for the film — follows with "Oops! I said the loud part quiet and the quiet part loud!" The expression is widely used to mock and highlight real-life instances of "Did I Just Say That Out Loud?" where people inadvertently reveal their actual thoughts, plans, and motives to the public when it would have been better to keep them hidden.
  • "I don't like the idea of Milhouse having two spaghetti meals in one day." explanation  From the "Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace" segment. At the parent-teacher meeting, Kirk asks to see the lunch menus in advance to plan dinner.
  • "Oh, will this horrible year never end?" explanation  From "The Trouble With Trillions", when the New Year's Ball drop malfunctions during the countdown. The joke was used to cap off 2020.
  • Monkey knife fight.Explanation In "The Mansion Family", after Homer used Mr. Burns's yacht to take Bart and guests to international waters to hold a party, some of them celebrate by placing bets on two chimps fighting with knives. A still from this scene is often used to express Pass the Popcorn sentiments.
  • "Don't make me tap the sign".Explanation In "Lost Our Lisa", the city bus driver responds to Lisa's questions and requests by tapping on a sign labeled "Do No Talk To Driver" and saying "Don't make me tap the sign". The sign is often edited to instead say whatever point the poster wants to make.
  • "Lousy Smarch Weather" Explanation  A line said by Homer in the "Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace" segment of Treehouse Of Horror VI when complaining about the cold and snowy night he and Marge had to endure while going to a meeting to discuss the misprinted calendars bought by the town. The line is used to complain about cold weather during winter months.
  • Bartholomew JoJo Simpson. Explanation In the "Stop The World, I Want To Goof Off" segment of Treehouse Of Horror XIV, Bart's Pocket Watch drew many comparisons to the time-manipulating abilities of Jotaro Kujo and DIO's Stands — Star Platinum and The World, respectively — from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders. Bart's aforementioned middle name only made the connection even more amusing; leading to many fan illustrations of Bart in the style of the Manga, often accompanied by his own fan-made Stand based on the Watch itself.
  • Thrown out, back behind. Explanation  In "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story", Moe falls in love with Edna Krabappel and hides the fact that he's a bartender from her, to the point of closing down his tavern and throwing everybody out, but Barney keeps getting back in. After throwing Barney out a third time, Barney appears behind Moe. This is commonly used as a template for any time someone attempts to get rid of someone or something else and fails to do so.
  • "I said you're gonna watch this tape..."Explanation This line comes from a scene in the season 1 episode"Some Enchanted Evening", where Ms. Botz threatens Bart to watch the Happy Little Elves tape, which became memetic in recent years due to several people on social media pointing out how unusually fluid this one scene is compared to the rest of the show. Numerous edits ended up being made of this scene as a result.
  • "It's been done."Explanation Line spoken by George Harrison in "Homer's Barbershop Quartet" when the Be-Sharps are doing a rooftop concert, referencing when The Beatles (who George was a member of) did the same thing. The quote, along with Harrison's face in the episode, is often used in Simpsons Shitposting circles when someone's reposting a meme from someone else.
  • "Say some gangster is dissin' your fly girl. Ya just give 'em one o' these." Explanation  In Secrets of a Successful Marriage Moe teaches a "Funk Dancing For Self-Defense" class, which ends with him blasting a shotgun several times.
  • Homer Simpson's Back FatExplanation  In Husbands And Knives, Homer has gastic band surgery in response to the idea that Marge may leave him for a younger model. However, this has led to large flabs of skin, which he tries to hide from Marge. The scene where this is shown is used commonly online to show someone trying to hide their true self from a loved one.

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  • You can remove our subtle imgflip.com watermark (as well as remove ads and supercharge your image creation abilities) using Imgflip Pro or .

Can I use the generator for more than just memes?

Yes! The Meme Generator is a flexible tool for many purposes. By uploading custom images and using all the customizations, you can design many creative works including posters, banners, advertisements, and other custom graphics.

Can I make animated or video memes?

Yes! Animated meme templates will show up when you search in the Meme Generator above (try "party parrot"). If you don't find the meme you want, browse all the GIF Templates or upload and save your own animated template using the GIF Maker.

Do you have a wacky AI that can write memes for me?

Funny you ask. Why yes, we do. Here you go: imgflip.com/ai-meme (warning, may contain vulgarity)

Sours: https://imgflip.com/memegenerator/29286787/Homer-Simpson-Nerd

Nerd meme simpsons

I said that I had already come, but the door was closed. Did you hear anything. - she asked carefully.

Homer goes to College

I treat you with chewing gumand you - with sperm after blowjob. With the words: Kiss me, Beloved. You do not like the time that ended yesterday. I read a book in the toilet, and you tear out the pages. Others are given away for nothing, and you are not ashamed to take money.

Now discussing:

We immediately stated that we needed a person without obligations, a decent person, preferably a family one. And soon they found one. He recently got divorced and was not looking for serious relationships.



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