Homer Simpson

Досье Homer Simpson

Адрес: США,
Происхождение: Springfield
Дата рождения:12 Мая 1956
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Homer Simpson родился 12 Мая 1956 года. Он был рожден в городе Springfield. Также, мы выяснили, что сейчас он проживает в городе , США.

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Вот, что рассказывает Homer о себе:
Homer's personality is one of frequent stupidity, laziness and explosive anger.

Homer tends to derive amusement from the misfortune of others. 

He is a chronic petty thief and borderline kleptomaniac, stealing from Ned Flanders everything from TV trays to power tools and air conditioners.

Homer has low IQ due to his hereditary "Simpson Gene", his alcohol problem, exposure to radioactive waste, repetitive cranial trauma, and a crayon lodged in the frontal lobe of his brain.

Homer's various talents include playing softball and bowling. He is also apparently talented at golf, songwriting, drawing, playing the piano and the trumpet. He can play poker to the point where he often wins without realizing it. He sang in a barbershop quartet, has the ability to hear pudding, retains a thorough knowledge of the politics of Iran and United States Supreme court justices, speaks certain languages including Klingon and Chinese, and can eat tremendous amounts of food, enough to nearly put the owner of one all-you-can-eat restaurant out of business and make another "sorry he ever saw the likes of me". 

Homer's capacity for food is almost superhuman. He has eaten things that are not normally meant to be consumed, such as an entire ten-pound bag of flour and the prop plastic lobsters used by the seafood restaurant which he nearly ruined.

Although bald, fat and dumb, Homer has a hidden quality that is very attractive to women. Although he is hated by Marge's sisters Patty and Selma Bouvier, many one time characters have fallen in love with Homer, such as Edna Krabappel, fellow workmate Mindy Simmons, country singer Lurleen Lumpkin (whom Homer briefly managed), and many others.