|Laughing at another character's misfortune, generally kids.|
|First Heard||"Bart the General"|
Haw Haw! is Nelson's catchphrase and distinctive laugh. Nelson says the laugh with the emphasis on the first "Haw," so it sounds like "HA-ha!"
Nelson usually uses the laugh when something bad happens to another character. Sometimes, after he uses the laugh, he says why he is laughing at the person. For example, he says, "Ha ha! Your dad's not handy!" to Bart after his ten-speed bike (which Homer had assembled) fell apart while Bart was riding it.
Sometimes, Nelson laughs for so long at a time that his voice gets really tired and croaky, which was shown in the Simpsons Movie, when he laughs at Bart..
Three "Ha"s Edit
In “Bart the General”, Nelson's first appearance, he laughs with three "Ha"s, particularly when Bart imagines Nelson as a giant who eventually eats him up, and in “The War of the Simpsons” he laughs like this to Grampa Simpson.
Four "Ha"s Edit
When Nelson appears as a young Beethoven, his laugh has four "Ha"s and he sings it so that it sounds like the opening notes of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony: "Haw-haw-haw-haaaaaaaw, haw-haw-haw-haaaaaaaw!"
Sometimes, Nelson will start the laugh, and then partway through realize that the joke is actually on him, and the laugh comes out sounding like a question: "Haw-Haw?" 
The Irish Nelson says "Har! Har!"
When Bart jumps on the see-saw and the rubbish bag on the other side lands on him, Nelson says "See-Saw" in the same sort of way as "Haw Haw!.
Nelson trips up Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in a roller-skating rink. Zuckerberg falls and hurts himself and updates his status on Facebook to "in severe pain". Nelson replies, posting "Haw Haw!"
In Treehouse of Horror XXIV, Nelson appears as a donkey and says "Hee Haw" in a similar style.
Uses by Other Characters Edit
- Mrs. Muntz has been known to use the laugh.
- Cypress Hill member B-Real says "Ha-ha!" when he overhears Marge referring to Bart wetting his pants at the Christmas play. 
- Nelson laughs at a tall man driving a Volkswagen, who turns the tables on him. The man makes Nelson walk down the street with his pants pulled down around his ankles, while everyone in Springfield laughs at him.
- Episode – "Bart the General"
- Episode – "The War of the Simpsons"
- Episode – "Marge in Chains"
- Episode – "Bart Gets Famous"
- Episode – "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)" (variation)
- Episode – "22 Short Films About Springfield"
- Episode – "Saturdays of Thunder"
- Episode – "Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers""
- Episode – "The Parent Rap"
- Episode – "Rome-Old and Julie-Eh" (variation)
- Episode – "Simpson Tide"
- Episode – "Margical History Tour" (variation)
- – The Simpsons Movie
- Episode – "In the Name of the Grandfather" (variation)
- Episode – "Boy Meets Curl" (variation)
- Episode – "Postcards From the Wedge"
- Episode – "Moe Letter Blues" (opening sequence)
- Episode – "Loan-a Lisa"
- Episode – "Duffless"
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- ↑ I, (Annoyed Grunt)-Bot
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 The Simpsons Movie
- ↑ El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
- ↑ Margical History Tour
- ↑ Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood
- ↑ Rome-Old and Julie-Eh
- ↑ Boy Meets Curl
- ↑ In the Name of the Grandfather
- ↑ The Debarted
- ↑ "Loan-a Lisa"
- ↑ Homerpalooza
- ↑ 22 Short Films About Springfield