I Like Spongebob

sb.gifI like Spongebob Squarepants. I figure it’s just something you should know about me. You get to peer into my inner soul, so to speak. I think he’s funny. You want to hear the deepest, most philosophical thing you’ll probably ever hear regarding the large yellow invertebrate?

I think I like Spongebob because he’s the carefree, low stress, happy to be alive kinda guy I subconsciously wish I was. No, I don’t want to be porous and live in a fruit, but I would like to get the same joy out of life that our squishy friend does.

I also want a snail that meows. That’s just cool.

8 thoughts on “I Like Spongebob

  1. That exuberance is why I love Hiro, from Heroes. I feel like I’m most myself when I am exuberant like that — unfortunately, not often.

  2. Yes! That’s exactly it! Hiro is great (I haven’t seen any of season 2 yet though). And I too feel most like myself when I am spongebobby. Making the silly review videos brings me some of that joy, which is why I’m having so much fun with them. 🙂

  3. Agreed – Spongebob is cool. I think a big part of his carefree attitude is he can regenerate missing body parts and doesn’t have a nervous system or organs. He really doesn’t have anything to worry about.

    All sponges are hermaphrodites though. And I wonder how long the show can go on before he decides to become rooted to a rock somewhere. I’ll enjoy the show while it lasts.

  4. There must be something wrong with me. I find myself rooting for Syler when I watch Hero’s.

    Another one of my favorite bad guys from an HBO show called Carnivale is the guy who does the voice of Mr. Crabs on sponge bob. He also does the voice overs in the home depot commercials.

  5. I have to admit I never saw the SpongeBob appel. I do like Hiro, though.

    Shawn, don’t knock yourself on season 2 – man some of these people are dumb.

  6. I once dressed up as Plankton for one of the institute’s Open House events. It was like I’d suddenly become a celebrity. Lots and lots of children loved me. Of course, most of the grownups just looked at me funny and wondered if I was a cucumber…

  7. Heh, that probably would’ve been helpful for the DNR guys that were talking about using me as target practice later. 😉 (That single big eye in the middle of my chest and all…)

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