Want to get a joke ruined for you by it being explained? Well, now's your opportunity.

'The Simpsons' jokes are arguably one of the better examples of just how quotable a pop culture entity can be. It's up there with the likes of 'Friends', 'Anchorman', 'The US Office', and 'Mean Girls'. Sure after 32 seasons, it's bound to be.

From Homer's "You'll have to speak up, I'm wearing a towel", to Marge's 'I just think they're neat", to Bart's long list of prank calls - there's many more besides to choose from.

And now, one of the writers of 'The Simpsons' jokes since 1992, Josh Weinstein, has kicked off a Twitter thread asking fans to put forward some moments that they may be in need of decoding. He and writer Bill Oakley are the reason why seasons seven and eight are just so good.

But it turns out that a hell of a lot of jokes that went around the writer's room was spawned from simple misunderstandings and mishearings. Or, simply, there was no hidden meaning intended.

Take a few minutes to read this sweet, sweet Twitter thread on 'The Simpsons' jokes.

*Just in case the joke needs further explaining*