An image purportedly showing a Simpsons chalkboard gag in which Bart mocked Islam is fake.
I remember back-to-school shopping as an 8-year-old. When I hit the mall with my mom, I was looking for the finest Bart Simpson T-shirt money could buy. Maybe some new sweatpants, too, if there was any money left over, or a hat with piano keys across the front. Show More Summary
Phil Berge is an artist at the Tattoo Shack in Quebec. He inked 19 different people with Bart Simpson on his skateboard, each one slightly different. When he put all 19 tattoos together, it's an animation of Bart doing a kick flip! (YouTube...Show More Summary
Quebec City, Canada tattoo artist Phil Berge tattooed Bart Simpson doing a kickflip on a skateboard in a different position on 19 different people. He then took a photo of each tattoo and turned them all into a seamless stop motion animation. A post shared by Phil Berge (@philberge) on Feb 26, 2017 at 12:49pm...
Video. Getting a tattoo is (mostly) a lifelong commitment. So what's more impressive than this Bart Simpson kickflip animation is that tattoo artist Phil Berge somehow convinced 19 different people that The Simpsons was still cool and relevant enough to get random frames of this flipbook inked on various body parts. More »
Tattoo artist Phil Berge at the Tattoo Shack in Quebec City created 19 slightly different tattoos of a skateboarding Bart Simpson on 19 different people. When viewed in rapid sequence they reveal a stop-motion animated image of Bart Simpson doing a kickflip: A post shared by Phil Berge (@philberge) on Feb 26, 2017 at 12:49pm PST [via Geekologie and /r/gifs]
This is a stop motion video of Bart Simpson doing a kickflip, created by tattoo artist Phil Berge of the Tattoo Shack of Quebec using nineteen tattoos on nineteen different people. What an exclusive club to be a part of. I wonder why I was asked to be involved. Show More Summary
Nancy Cartwright surprised the heck out of this 13-year old boy when she revealed she is the real voice of Bart Simpson. The look on his face, ha! (more…)
Asgard is a wuss, Bart Simpson gets hung out to dry, BB-8 shows off a new skill, and Thor isn’t afraid to spill a little of his own blood in Aldo Jones‘ goofy trailer parody of a movie that looks wacky enough all on its own.
Bart Simpson has spent many years trying to convince Principal Skinner that Seymour Butts is an actual person to whom he would like to speak. As far as we know, this isn't the case. But we've scoured the Internet and come across a handful of people with names that may seem as though they came straight from the mind of Bart... ... Show More Summary
Need a quick refresher on 59 Simpsons characters? Lil Yachty has you covered in this new video from The Tonight Show. The rapper cycles through Homer and Bart’s cohorts, offering up lines like, “Steer clear of Nelson he‘ll laugh at you openly, it’s worse than hearing okily dokily.” The Roots provide a take on that famous theme to accompany him. Show More Summary
If you love The Simpsons then you’ll enjoy seeing your favourite animations hitting the streets of Canberra in a fun two-minute video put together for the ANU Med Revue. Bart can’t wait to get out of the university and onto his skateboard in the entertaining opening to the video which also features the disturbing idea […]
The Simpsons and weird go together like Bart and crime or Krusty the Klown and heart surgery, and while the show has gone to some weird places fans have managed to top the writers by a mile with their creations. The opening title sequence...Show More Summary
The Simpsons have presented some incredibly strange and stupid ideas over the years that we laughed at while watching and joked about with friends after the episode was over. But the internet made it entertaining and lucrative to recreate...Show More Summary
Pulling off a heartwarming Bart story is hard to do these days, and “Looking For Mr. Goodbart” almost pulls it off. Back in the show’s earliest years, when Bart-mania was running wild and would-be moral watchdogs like Bill Cosby (um...)...Show More Summary
This Sunday’s episode of The Simpsons sounds fairly rote—Bart does a bad thing then gets punished, with possibly hilarious results. There’s even a celebrity voice cameo, as Absolutely Fabulous’ Jennifer Saunders will lend her vodka-lined pipes to some character within that tale. Show More Summary
Bart Simpson is known for the endless amount of pranks he's pulled in the almost 30 years he's been a 10-year-old. One fan decided to put one of these pranks to the test in real-life and, thankfully, he filmed the whole thing.
Remember that episode of The Simpsons where Bart finds all of those megaphones and breaks all of the windows in Springfield? Well, Kevin Kohler, better known as The Backyard Scientist has recreated the prank. Will it…
Kevin Kohler (a.k.a. “The Backyard Scientist“) lined up 10 megaphones and screamed through the end megaphone, just like Bart Simpson did in an old episode of The Simpsons, to see if he could recreate Bart’s huge shock wave prank that blasted throughout the city Springfield. Related Laughing Squid PostsThe Backyard Scientist and Mark Rober Team […]
File this one under Simpsons jokes coming to life. If you need a refresher: in the Season 8 episode of The Simpsons "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson," Bart takes a field trip to the Springfield Police Department where he subsequently...Show More Summary