Simpson Stationary
We all send letters to people via Snail Mail, the Simpsons usually leave notes, or send letters to other people, usually they'll do this one some form of personalised stationary, here's the list of funny stationary they've used, company letter heads are not included. If I seem to have missed something you are welcome to email me by using this form here.

Dumb Things I Gotta Do Today
Used by Homer both times. When Homer has no job, and no money to buy a beer, Homer desides that he doesnt deserve to live, so he wraps a rock around him and carries it to the Springfield Bridge, where the family soon discover that Homer is gone and chase after him, telling him that they love him and not to kill himself, as they are nearly run over, Homer saves his family and finds a purpose, promoting safety in Springfield. Later when Homer realises that he only has 24 hours to live, he writes down a list of things he wants to do in his last day.
7G03 - Homer's Odyseey, 7F11 - One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish
From the Noggin of Ned
When Homer and Flanders get into an argument, Flanders feels bad about kicking Homer out of his house. Flanders consults with Reverend Lovejoy on what to do and he suggests making peace. Flanders does this by writting a letter to Homer on his own personalised stationary.
7F08 - Dead Putting Society
From the Mind of Marge
When Maggie immitates the violent behaviour on Itchy and Scratchy by hitting Homer in the head with a mallet, Marge writes a letter to the producers where it first gets read by Krusty, but since he's illiterate, he cant read it, instead it then gets forwarded to Roger Meyers who ignores it and calls her a screwball.
7F09 - Itchy and Scratchy and Marge
From the Brain of Bart
Bart finally giving up on Krusty for cancelling all of their dinner agreements. Bart sends a letter to Krusty saying that he is respectfully turning in his badge. Miss. Pennycandy tells Krusty to go to his house for Dinner or she'll quit.
8F05 - Like Father, Like Clown
From the Pen of Patty Homer
Finally accepting that Homer is unable to provide for Marge as a husband, he writes a farewell note for her in the middle of the night, and then leaves her, along with their baby, he also sells his car and takes a job at The Gulp 'n' Blow. Marge finds him and tells him to come home. Homer barges into Mr. Burns's office and is given a job at the Power Plant.
8F10 - I Married Marge
I'm Deeply Sorry For
When Barney gets drunk on his birthday, his friends dont think it's a good idea to give him his presents then. Instead they hold onto them to give to him at a later date. Carl's present is Morning after stationary citing it as something no drunk can do without.
BABF14 - Days of Wine and D'ohses
From the Desk of Homer
With Grampas driving privlages removed, The Crazy Jewish Man and Jasper question why he is at the Kwik-E-Mart, Grampa tells him that he has to pick up some stuff for Maggie, as written by Homer on his personal stationary.
DABF09 - The Old Man and the Key
From the Desk of Lisa Simpson
Wanting to determine if he can get a prank to really make his parents go nuts, he concludes that destorying the school will be sufficient, he steals a sheet of paper from Lisa's stationary and tips them off, signing it with Lisa's name. Lisa finds out that it was Bart himself who wrote the note, but promises not to tell Homer and Marge. It features a unicorn writing with a quill in the header.
MABF04 - Postcards from the Wedge
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