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Question: Tell me story of the Simpsons , how a stranger went to Marge Simpson house and ask if he can steal stuff as Marge smiled saying he can, he went in looking around and went in Lisa room and looks at her undergarments and ask Marge if he can take them all as she said yes with a smile as he took them all and left,

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as Marge went to Lisa's room and saw that Lisa's undergarments were gone, she was shocked and asked Lisa about it and Lisa said a stranger had come and asked her for her undergarments and she said yes as she had nothing else to lose. Marge was not happy and immediately went outside to look for the stranger and asked him why he did this and he said he was desperate and had nothing else to do. Marge was so angry but somehow found enough compassion in her heart and decided to take him in her house and help him out with his problems. She gave him a place to stay, food and even found him a job. The stranger was very thankful and also apologised to Lisa for stealing her undergarments. This story is an example of how Marge Simpson is a very generous, kind and compassionate person and how she was willing to even help a stranger in need. This kind of behaviour is what makes The Simpsons a beloved show for many people.

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Jan. 23, 2023, 1:45 p.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023

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