One Saturday morning, Homer came up to Lisa in her bedroom. “You ordered lots of your things online with yourself from eBay! You’re going to get banned from the internet!” he said crossly.
The doorbell rang as Homer opened the door. “Here is your stuff with Lisa’s full name written on it.” said the delivery man. “Lisa!” growled Homer crossly.
“I still want to use the internet at school and with my family.” said Lisa, and Homer came up to her in her bedroom showing the things she has ordered online from eBay. “You’ll never guess.” he said.
“What?” asked Lisa. “You ordered a red make up bag, pink nail varnish, purple nail varnish, light blue eyeshadow, a Barbie doll with a red dress and a Princess Barbie DVD!” said Homer crossly.
“Oh, no! I don’t want to do this again! Can I please keep them? Please?” asked Lisa. “Yes, you can, but from now on, you’re banned from the internet!” said Homer crossly.
“I still have my computer.” said Lisa. “Well, the internet is now going to be restricted on your computer, so you can download games online at the games store and download some music at the music store! Do you understand?” asked Homer crossly.
“I do understand, Dad. May I go on the internet at 742 Evergreen Terrace when I sit next to Mum?” asked Lisa. “I’ll have to tell Marge tomorrow evening about the internet, so will see!” said Homer crossly.
Homer restricted the internet on Lisa’s computer. “Now, internet is gone! You can never have it again!” he said crossly. “No!” she said, and she began to cry.
Homer went back downstairs. “Now, I restricted the internet on Lisa’s computer so she won’t have it again.” said Homer. “Why did you do that?” asked Bart.
“Because she ordered some things for herself online from eBay without asking me first, and then they arrived, then she said she can keep them and finally, I restricted the internet on her computer.” said Homer.
“Can Lisa play games or listen to music on her computer instead, Dad?” asked Bart. “Yeah, I think so. She will have to download some games and music on her computer.” said Homer.
“I wanted to go on the internet again, but Dad banned it on my computer. I don’t think I will go on it again.” sobbed Lisa. “I just want to enjoy it safely.”
Homer went back upstairs to Lisa in her bedroom. “I’m sorry, Dad. I didn’t mean to order things online from eBay myself.” she said.
“That’s okay. I’ll be telling Marge about the internet tomorrow evening, so you wouldn’t ever have it with me anymore.” said Homer, and Lisa would do other things that will make her happy.
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