Change my mind.
The best part about that idea is that Squidward existed prior to the generally agreed-upon “lower limit” of the Millennial (SpongeBob started in 1999; most of the definitions of “Millennial” I’ve seen use the birth year range of early 1980s to early 2000s). This means that many Millennials grew up on a healthy dose of SpongeBob.
Perhaps we imprinted on Squidward! There’s your scapegoat, angry and critical Boomers. ‘Twas SpongeBob Squarepants all along.
Nostalgia, anyone? [had to link a new one ’cause the old one got taken down]
I recognize about 97% of these. I used to watch a lot of Spongebob.
Sorry, it’s been a crappy day and this is all I’ve got right now.
These guys have made some action re-makes of SpongeBob SquarePants episodes.
They’re fantastic. Example:
The guy who plays SpongeBob does a freakishly good “panicked SpongeBob cry” (2:31).
I’m assuming this thing is creepy when you’re not sleep deprived, but it’s extra creepy when you are, lemme tell ya.
What the hell, internet.
So I had this huge blog all planned out regarding my discovery that Microsoft Word recognizes “Spongebob” as a word.
That is, until I realized that I’d actually added the word awhile ago when I was typing a document that was heavy in the usage of the word “Spongebob” and had gotten sick of seeing the word underlined in red.
I’d give you a survey, but I can’t find one worthy of my “humorous” responses.
That and I’m lazy.
Well maybe it’s—
Yeah. I’m lazy.
And I’d appreciate it if you wouldn’t ask why I was typing a document that involved the heavy usage of the word “Spongebob.”