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In this image, Bart Simpson is shown selling his mother's undergarments to his friends. While Marge Simpson is ok with it since she thinks it's hot, she is clearly uncomfortable with the situation.

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Question: Tell me a story of Bart Simpson sold his mother's undergarments to his friends while Marge Simpson was ok with it since she thinks it's hot, the Simpsons

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are a nuclear family Once upon a time, in the town of Springfield, there lived a family of four, the Simpsons. Bart Simpson, the eldest child, was known to be quite mischievous and often found himself in trouble. One day, Bart got a brilliant idea: what if he could sell his mother's undergarments to his friends? Bart knew his mother, Marge Simpson, had a great sense of humor, so he decided that it couldn't hurt to ask for her permission. To his surprise, Marge thought that it was actually pretty hot! She allowed Bart to proceed with his plan, and he quickly rounded up his friends and began selling Marge's undergarments. Bart's friends were more than happy to purchase them, and soon Bart had made a profit - much to Marge's delight. It wasn't long before word spread of Bart's unique business venture, and soon everyone in town was talking about it. The Simpsons earned a reputation as a nuclear family willing to laugh at themselves and enjoy a good joke, and Marge's undergarment business eventually became a legendary part of the town's history.

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Jan. 23, 2023, 10:19 a.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023

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