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In the future, Bart Simpson will marry adult Lisa Simpson and they will start a family together.

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Question: Tell me a story of Bart Simpson going to the future to marry a adult Lisa Simpson and start a family together

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Bart Simpson and Lisa Simpson had been friends since they were kids growing up in Springfield. Fast forward a few decades and it was time for Bart and Lisa to get married. But instead of having a traditional ceremony, Bart and Lisa decided to take a trip to the future. Using a time machine they had gotten from Professor Frink's lab, the two travelled to a future where they were now adults. Bart and Lisa both looked much older and more mature. After taking in the strange sights and sounds of the future, they decided it was time to make their union official. So they both got ready and headed to the courthouse, where they were happily married. Afterwards, they moved into a cozy home together and started a new life. They both got jobs and started a family, and for the first time in their lives, Bart and Lisa were truly content. For years, the two lived happily together and raised a wonderful family. Bart and Lisa were a perfect match, and their relationship only grew stronger with time, much to the delight of their friends and family back home in Springfield. And that was the story of how Bart Simpson and Lisa Simpson bravely travelled to the future and started a beautiful life together.

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Jan. 23, 2023, 3:13 p.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023

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