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Bart, Get Out! I’m Piss!, often quoted Get Out Bart! I’m Piss!, is a catchphrase originating from a fan-made pornographic Simpsons comic that depicts Bart walking in on his sister Lisa urinating naked on the toilet to which she shouts, “Bart, get out! I’m piss!” The phrase is often used in reply to people spamming 4chan’s /b/ and /co/ boards with illustrated porn of low-quality and comics from the site Drawn-sex, where the original comic came from.

Yeah, I can definitely relate to Lisa Simpson.

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The night of the dinner, Homer goes all control freak and tells his family to be perfect. Marge only cooked five lobsters (Strange, I know Lisa is a vegetarian, but Maggie probably wouldn’t like the taste of lobster), and fears that Frank might bring another person. Homer assures her that he doesn’t know he’s coming to dinner; he just told him he “has something really important to tell him” and that it can only be told at the Simpson home.

“I’m peeing on the seat! Give me a raise! Now I’m returning to work without washing my hands! But it doesn’t matter because I’m Homer Simpson!”

Featuring a cutout painting of Homer Simpson facing back, this mixed media art creates a hilarious illusion of the Simpsons patriarch peeing into a fountain.

Using the key cards, the Simpsons gain access to the Creator’s mansion; however, the 8-bit Simpsons can’t believe that they made it this far and only got 4 points (referring to the key cards, which they thought was the Simpsons’ score). Inside the mansion, Homer and Bart start things off by peeing in the Creator’s yard. Meanwhile, the Creator, otherwise known as Matt Groening, sees the two delinquents in the act and sends out the attack force—after correcting his secretary that it’s pronounced “gray-ning”, not “groaning”. Eventually, Homer and Bart made it to Groening’s private chambers, where he has them battle Benders and Dr. Zoidbergs summoned through quick sketches. However, Homer uses his ball form to roll up a slope and break the catwalk that Groening stood upon. After that, Homer and Bart start kicking him. Lisa asks why he betrayed his own creations. Groening pretends to be sorry, shortly before hitting the Game Engine’s self-destruct button. He escapes in his helicopter, but before leaving, he writes his signature in midair.

The characters from the games escape from their crumbling worlds. The Simpsons and all the characters escape through the only portal that held—the Springfield portal. Safe in the Simpson’s house, Bart points out that the aliens are still attacking. Lisa then decides to go to the one authority higher than Matt Groening—God. She uses her Hand of Buddha power to construct a tower, which the Simpsons and other inhabitants of Springfield use to reach Heaven. Before Homer and Bart can get through the gate with Marge and Lisa, William Shakespeare closes them off. For no reason, he starts attacking using exploding Yorick skulls. After Homer and Bart defeat him, Bart and Lisa explore Heaven. There, they encounter powered-up enemies (only with halos over their heads), including aliens, loggers, chocolate rabbits, and dolphins. Eventually, they build another Skybuck’s, and from the other one comes Benjamin Franklin, who attacks them using lightning from his key. After they defeat him, they proceed up the stairway… They then see God playing a video game. They demand that he end the madness, but instead, he attacks the family in a Dance Dance Revelations battle to “Rock You Like A Hurricane”. The family has to defeat his Praystation, Xodus Box, and his Hii by stepping on the arrows in the right time to destroy the enemies and keep them from hurting his life bar. After the Simpsons eliminate God’s consoles, Bart threatens to drop God’s memory card if he doesn’t help them and explain everything. Since he’s at the final boss of Oblivion and can’t bear to start over again, God concedes. He explains that the Simpsons are just video game characters designed by computer nerds in cubicles to be controlled by other computer nerds in their bedrooms. It appears that God has become immersed in playing a game called “The Planet Earth”, in which The Simpsons Game is just a mini-game of. God then explains how Bart found the game manual. After God agrees to fix Springfield and all the other games, give video game characters better working conditions, let the Simpsons keep their powers, and supposedly granting Homer three wishes, Lisa asks him if he wonders if he’s a video game character, too. While God claims how dumb that sounds, the camera shows that Ralph Wiggum was playing the game. Then, he notices the player and tells his dad that people are looking at him.

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Lisa Simpsons is the best, So is ORKO, Roadrunner and Angelica. Please do your homework before you post inane articles like this, MORON.

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