The Future of The Simpsons- Chapter 1Chapter 1- Missing Maggie.The Future of The Simpsons- Chapter 11 year ago in Humor More Like This
It was a fairly beautiful day in Springfield. Lisa was outside studying birds for her science project, Bart and Milhouse were playing cards in the treehouse, Homer was watching TV, and I was doing the dishes.
“Bart! Lisa! Could you come here for a minute?” I yelled to them. Bart climbed slowly down the treehouse.
“But mom, I was just beating Milhouse at Go Fish!” he sighed. Lisa gladly ran across the lawn and stopped at the back door.
“What’s up mom?” I lead them back inside and gave them both a cool glass of lemonade.
“Well, do you guys know where Maggie is? She was here a minute ago and now I can’t find her.” Bart and Lisa both shrugged.
“I have no clue,” they both said at the same time. I started to get a little nervous. Lisa, Bart and I searched everywhere, but we had no luck in finding her. Just then, the doorbell rang. “I’LL
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Marge:39 years old
Lisa:18 years old
Maggie:14 years old
Homer:40 years old
Bart:19 years old
Paul:20 years old
The doorbell's harsh chime shocked Marge from her trance-like state. She groaned in frustration as she drew her hand back up her body, away from the task it was performing. Her other hand squeezed one final squeeze, her nipple hard to her touch as it protruded from between her fingers.
She glanced at the alarm clock. 2 AM. The doorbell rang again.
"Damn it, Homer," she groaned as she sat up on the edge of the bed.
She straightened her beehive hair a little as she pulled on her pink cotton robe, fishing for her slippers with her feet. "Even when he's not here, he won't let me be satisfied," she thought to herself. Lately, a late night visit from the police hauling Homer's drunken ass home has become a regular occurrence. On top of that, he has been so fixated on that damn bar and his alcoholic cronies that he hasn't paid attention to her needs in months.