The Simpsons Stories: The Playground by Darcy May Partridge -
My name is Darcy. I am a grown up pretty girl. My birthday is 5/5/2004 and I am 14 years old. I have one pet lizard left called Rexy, a hamster called Clive and two rabbits called Thumper and Gizmo. I am Aimee's best friend and I have a trampoline in my…
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The Simpsons Stories: The Playground

by Darcy May Partridge

One Saturday morning, Marge is taking Bart, Lisa and Maggie to the playground. “I want a lazy day at home today and then go out tomorrow!” she said crossly.


“You had two lazy days with Dad at his house, Lisa, so you should go out today, and then a lazy day tomorrow!” said Marge. “I don’t want to! I want to stay home on my own!” said Lisa, and she got angry and threw a tantrum.


“Let’s go now, Lisa! I had enough of this behaviour like that!” said Marge, and she carried Lisa. “I don’t want to go, Mum! I want to stay home now!” she said crossly.


Lisa kicked her feet while Marge was carrying her, and she put her in her car. “Brawl!” she screamed, and she began to cry loudly. “I’m not sure if I want to listen to her behaviour like that.” said Bart.


Marge put Maggie and her baby car seat behind the passenger’s front seat. “Lisa, would you stop being a brat and go to the playground? I had enough of this behaviour like that!” she asked crossly.


Marge drove Bart, Lisa and Maggie to the playground. “You can have fun on the swings if you want to.” she asked, and Bart went on the swings.


“I love going on the swings at the playground.” said Bart, and Milhouse took a photo of him on his phone. “Hey, Milhouse! Do you want to go on the swing with me?” he asked.


Bart and Milhouse both went on the swings together. “Woo hoo! This is fun!” he whooped, and Marge took a photo of them on her phone.


Lisa went on the monkey climbers. “I really like this at the playground.” she said. “Are you a good girl now, Lisa?” asked Marge. “Yes, I am. Can I get a veggie burger, fries and mozzarella bites at Krusty Burger for being a good girl?” she asked.


“No, because you were being a brat at home getting ready to go to the playground, so maybe next time.” said Marge. “Mum, can I get some fish fingers and fries at Krusty Burger?” asked Bart.


“I think it’s 11:30am now, so I’ll get Bart something from Krusty Burger.” said Marge. “Lisa, let’s go!” called Bart, and they all went back to her car.


“Maggie’s sad because of something at the playground.” said Bart. “You can go on the sand pit next time, Maggie, okay?” asked Marge, and tears rolled down Maggie’s cheeks.


At last, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie reached to Krusty Burger. “Do you want to come with me?” she asked. “No.” she said. “If you’re staying in the car with Maggie, are you going to be a good girl for us?” she asked.


Marge and Bart went to Krusty Burger to get some lunch. “Please may I have a hamburger, fries, a Coca-Cola bottle, ketchup and a banana milkshake please?” she asked.


“Please can I have some fish fingers, fries, an apple Fruit Shoot, ketchup, eight chicken nuggets, five cheese slices, eight mozzarella bites and a vanilla ice cream cone?” asked Bart.


“Bart, that might be too many in this meal. You can have the fish fingers, fries, the Fruit Shoot and the ketchup, but you can have eight chicken nuggets or five mozzarella bites?” asked Marge.


“Eight chicken nuggets please.” said Bart. “You can have five cheese slices and the vanilla ice cream is well.” said Marge. “I’m sorry, we haven’t got any fish fingers. What about a fish burger instead?” asked Krusty Clown.


“Instead, please may I have a cheeseburger?” asked Bart. “Sure! Where do you want to eat it?” asked Krusty Clown. “I’ll eat them in the car.” he said.


Marge and Bart went back to her car. “Don’t let your meal get cold, okay?” she asked. “Okay, Mum.” he said, and she was driving the kids home.


Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie came straight home and went to the kitchen to eat some lunch. “I love Krusty Burger. The food are nice there.” he said, and they enjoyed playing at the playground, so they should go again.


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