These are the Three Lesser Things Behind the Simpsons Unique Story

As one of the popular cartoon series, The Simpsons certainly has a reason why the series has become so popular throughout the world. In fact, their fans usually make caricatures of their faces with facial characters from The Simpsons. You can also use it with simpsons avatar. This will make your photos more interesting and unique.

As it turns out, behind the popularity of the series, there are a number of less pleasant facts. Some of the facts in question are

 

– Lisa who has prolonged depression
In the past, Lisa Simpson was an 8-year-old boy who didn’t have close friends, a sense of humor, and a sense of self-respect. Now, Lisa doesn’t have self-esteem and a sense of humor at all. With this, plus his habit of criticizing people, Lisa began to lose friends.
Lisa’s efforts to be accepted back by her environment sometimes are too repulsive to make the heart laugh sadly. Remember when he was disguised as someone else just making friends? When he played saxophone with a stranger just to feel he was able to do something? Even now Lisa starts taking anti-depressant drugs to control mood.

– Corruption of Springfield police
Springfield Police Chief, Chief Clancy Wiggum, has never been able to resolve and prevent cases – unless the arrest of Sideshow Bob is counted – and several times deliberately do not want to respond to public reports. These policemen are vulnerable to bribery. They don’t care who bribes them as long as they get money. They are one reason why the mafia syndicate has triumphed several times in Springfield.

– Bart Simpson will never succeed
Some flashbacks to the future imply that adult Barts are people who have never had a permanent job. Yes, there was once a moment where Bart was shown as the Supreme Court of America, but what about the other moments? Noted, Bart Adult has been shown as a lazy builder, poor guitarist without talent, and unemployment. Imagine what must happen to a Supreme Judge to swerve to become a builder.

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