In One Tweet, User Shows How Freaky Front-Facing ‘Simpsons’ Characters Can Look
By Yoon Sann Wong, 02 Mar 2018
Image via spatuletail / Shutterstock.com
The Simpsons might be one of America’s most renowned sitcoms, but the animated series is about to turn into an outlandish nightmare.
Twitter user @butchcoded uploaded a set of images that will have you seeing ‘Homer’ and ‘Bart’ in a light that’s both disturbing yet hilarious.
is there anything more cursed than front facing simpsons characters pic.twitter.com/vFk3AoKtgj— chess (@butchcoded) February 27, 2018
Even though The Simpsons’ characters have been featured front-facing before—there’s even an entire site dedicted to the character designs from this angle called frontfacingsimpsons.tumblr.com—this trio of visuals, in particular, makes up the crème of the crop.
The tweet, which has garnered 122,000 ‘likes’ at time of writing, even caught the attention of Josh Weinstein—American television writer and producer who worked on The Simpsons.
He joined the thread with the comical reply, “We usually tried to avoid it ‘cause it freaked us out, too!” with a GIF of character ‘Moe’ cynically laughing.
We usually tried to avoid it 'cause it freaked us out, too! pic.twitter.com/A9TfGsRrGL— Josh Weinstein (@Joshstrangehill) March 1, 2018
See other amusing responses, including references to front-facing characters from American animated series Phineas and Ferb, that ensued from the Twitter thread below.
this is like the only pure front facing simps picture & the only reason why is because it's marge pic.twitter.com/V85ecaSors— chess (@butchcoded) February 27, 2018
Oh ye gods. pic.twitter.com/DCimPEBKzh— KeeperOfPork (@KeeperOfPork) February 28, 2018
of course! Front face of Phineas pic.twitter.com/bDGUoeNGVb— Ciuki (@ShineDalgarno) February 28, 2018
Front facing Phineas pic.twitter.com/fMBZmMVUOZ— Buckley (@Chronoexpert39) February 28, 2018
I feel they looked at the storyboard and thought "I can't, how the fuck?!"— Aleksandra Zaryanova (@PharyaOW) February 28, 2018
[via CNET, main image via spatuletail / Shutterstock.com]
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