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Which Of 'The Simpsons' Characters Are You According To Your Zodiac Sign?

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Ever felt like Homer Simpson as you chow down on a whole box of doughnuts, or a little too much like Ralph Wiggum as you feel overwhelmingly compelled to shove a toy soldier up your nose? Well, it turns out the stars might have more to say about that than you're comfortable with - be prepared to relate to The Simpsons on a totally celestial level! It's time to break down how each zodiac sign explains your quirks through the vibrant personalities of The Simpsons cast

During its decades on the air, there have been countless The Simpsons episodes which have broken the molds of modern television. While the show slammed the airwaves with epic content, its audience members found themselves diving deep into fan theories, making their own Simpsons content, and relating to its cast of colorful characters on multiple occasions. Now it's time for the stars to have their say in the matter.

  • Aries (March 20 - April 19): Bart Simpson
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    Nobody is bolder than an Aries! Born under the symbol of the Ram, Aries tend to have a hard head and a ton of fiery energy. Bart Simpson skates through the show like a bratty tornado, bringing terror throughout Springfield as a troublesome delinquent in order to get what he wants. He's stubborn and has sticky fingers, but definitely a dedicated friend.

    Bart's constant, impulsive need to be socially unacceptable and unyielding attitude is just his inner Aries expressing itself. They tend to have a ton of energy, so they get easily bored. Along with their need to feel entitled to do whatever they want, that energy can easily go from productive to mayhem-inducing.

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    • Taurus (April 20 - May 20): Homer Simpson
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      Homer Simpson might be the father figure of The Simpsons household, but he also causes a heap of conflict due to his laziness and over-indulgent personality. Homer is no stranger to stuffing his face with doughnuts and falling asleep while on the clock. Just like the zodiac sign Taurus, Homer just loves to binge on the good things in life - be it sweets or cat naps!

      While Taureses do love to pamper themselves and can be stubborn and selfish bulls at times, they do care deeply about stability and family. They take their sweet time while simultaneously taking every shortcut along the way, but their unwavering support makes them lovable - so lovable, people can forget how greedy and vain they actually are.

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      • Gemini (May 21 - June 20): Maggie Simpson
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        Maggie Simpson is a baby who has always got a mischievous twinkle in her eye - most likely because she's concocting some sort of scheme. Like a Gemini, she's wise and charming - often being the one to come to the rescue in times of need.

        Being eternally stuck as a baby presents some problems for Maggie, since she can't really walk, talk, or do much of anything. Luckily, Gemini's are rulers of communication. Even though Maggie can't use her words to talk to others, she gets her message across by using various symbols, signals, and even destruction. Whatever it takes!

        • Cancer (June 21 - July 22): Milhouse Van Houten
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          Smart, shy, and total bully fodder - Milhouse unintentionally fits the description for a Cancer like a glove. Cancers are coy and reclusive celestial crabs who hide away in their shell, avoiding any sort of confrontation. They're timid and very emotional, making them the apple of any bully's eye.

          Although fickle and moody, they're very resourceful and love to lend a helping hand. Hypersensitivity aside, Milhouse is a loyal friend who cherishes companionship, making him the perfect sidekick for the devious Bart Simpson.

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