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What Are You Trying To Say?

Because sometimes the best thing to say is nothing at all.

Principal Skinner was always one of my favorite Simpsons characters because, when we're kids, we think our administrators are these super confident authoritarian types, but then there's Skinner, who always backtracked on his opinions and got picked on by the students and bossed around by his teachers.

Who is/was your favorite Simpsons character?

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Groundskeeper Willy. We have the same temper, lol. Homer, cus we...well he's basically me. And Ralph cus...I dunno, he's round adorable.
we aren't equal we are right angles now get it straight and we will be equal
LOL I like that. It's poetry.
@alliepetey Oh snap, I didn't even catch that. You have some good eyes!
@Taijiotter I CHOO-CHOO-CHOOSE YOU.
lol "men and woman" or "men and women?" XD
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