Maggie Simpson’s naughty message & Banksy’s Couch Gag [cameos & easter eggs]

There’s an argument as to whether there is actually a message in here at all. No one seems to be able to decipher it and many are calling this a stretch. Well, I can tell you for a fact that animators purposefully add hidden easter eggs into their work.

See the blocks from last week’s episode, “Money Bart.”

Without really trying I think I broke this screen-cap, split-second code. It reads — UFUKIONIUMFKR: I think the E blocks are decoys being the only blocks that appear three times in the three parts of the message. That bright letter U is the start of the message and it reads down, til you get to the purple K, at which point you shift your eyes to the other purple letter, O next to an N (ON) the letter I can also be seen as the Roman numeral for number ‘one’ and is the only block in ‘dominant’ red; the contrast colour to blue. Then the message reads as normal from bottom left to right, beginning at the non decoy letter U, and ending on the letter R. You fuck, 1 on 1 you mother fucker.

Is that a Maggie thing to feel frustrated enough to want to say? (I think she’s a genius) or does this mean I’m just BATSHITCRAZY!!! If you want to argue on this matter I gotta point out that there are 26 letters in the Alphabet and more was to draw blocks than in portrait oblique. I scared myself even further though and picked out the only blocks with unique colours; U, R, O, N, and I… Oni being the Japanese word for, demon! Dun dun dun. Kidding, there are well over 100 anagrams here.

Speaking of batshitcrazy; here’s the most super depressing, unofficial, Simpsons opening ever imagined. I hate it so much. It’s by an underground artist named Banksy, who I’m sure you’ll all come to know soon enough. It’s great, but at the same time, I just find it hard to watch; once is enough for me:

Instead; cheer up with this awesome (my fav) intro:

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~ by Fionnlagh on October 19, 2010.

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