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Marge Simpson

Marge Simpson is the head of the Simpson family. She cooks, she cleans, she keeps the whole family from falling apart and has just enough time left for some romance and fun.

Here are the facts on Marge:

  • Name: Marjorie "Marge" Simpson (maiden name: Bouvier.)
  • Age: 34 years young.
  • Sisters: Patty and Selma.
  • Height(with hair): Approximately eight feet tall.
  • Kidz: 3 - Maggie, Lisa and Bart.

Marge Simpson grew up with her sisters Patty and Selma in the Bouvier household. She met her hunka-hunka burnin' love, Homer J. Simpson, while they were in detention. She was in for burning a bra in a feminist protest, he was in for smoking in the bathroom.

What's up with her hair? Marge has some serious hair. The big blue 'tower of power' on top of her head brings her to a Shaq-worthy eight feet tall. It became her trademark style after she met Homer. She keeps a drawer full of hairspray to keep it in shape and she's had everything from cash to small, furry animals hidden in it.

When she's not cooking up a storm at the Simpson home, Marge is out living the wild life. She's been tempted to start a life of crime by her neighbor, Ruth Powers. Another time she became a Springfield police officer and had to arrest Homer. As the Simpson babe she's even had a smooth-talking bowling instructor try to put the moves on her.

Even with the chaos, confusion and panic that raising three kids (and Homer) can cause, Marge is happiest at home. Homer may not be the brightest guy on the planet, or even the second brightest, but she's in love with him.

The cartoon Marge is brought to life by the talented, and very real, Julie Kavner. Julie also does the voices for the rest of the Bouvier family - Patty & Selma (the gruesome twosome) and Grandma Bouvier.

Is your mom a superstar mom like Marge? and tell us all about her.

 

 

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