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Do you like Sponge Bob Square Pants?

  • Love him

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  • He's OK

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  • Hate him

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  • Who?

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Dec 31, 2008
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#1
I never come to this section because I have no chance to go to the cinema, watch videos, or anything remotely interesting on TV. But my daughter has recently got into Sponge Bob Square Pants and I think it's really funny. I love Patrick.

What do you think?
 

Dotsie

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Jul 28, 2008
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#2
Well I don't get to see it very often, but whenever I do I think it's hilarious. So I put "love him".

I used to work with someone who could sing the theme tune, which might be going a bit far. She & her husband had t-shirts as well :rolleyes:
 

Tonyblack

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Jul 25, 2008
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#4
He's not as good as Ren and Stimpy, but I the few times I saw the show I thought it was funny. :laugh:
 
Dec 31, 2008
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#8
Cheery said:
It's so silly, you couldn't believe it!
It's about a talking sponge who wears squarepants. Why can't you believe that? :laugh:
 
#10
poohbcarrot said:
Cheery said:
It's so silly, you couldn't believe it!
It's about a talking sponge who wears squarepants. Why can't you believe that? :laugh:
And he lives under the sea and has friends and enemies and lives a wonderful life as long as he doesn't leave the ocean. Nothing strange there. :laugh:
 

Bickaxe

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Jul 25, 2008
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#12
Spongebob is great. Any kids cartoon with a character called Sandy Cheeks (ex-adult film star?) has got to be good.

Prefer Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends though, slightly odd, but hilarious
 

Batty

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Feb 17, 2009
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#13
Tina a.k.a.SusanSto.Helit said:
poohbcarrot said:
Cheery said:
It's so silly, you couldn't believe it!
It's about a talking sponge who wears squarepants. Why can't you believe that? :laugh:
And he lives under the sea and has friends and enemies and lives a wonderful life as long as he doesn't leave the ocean. Nothing strange there. :laugh:
I don't watch it, but if a sponge lives under the sea, then would his sponginess soak up the sea and make him permanently damp? Are you sure it's square pants he wears and not a nappy??
 

Tonyblack

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Jul 25, 2008
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#14
Batty said:
Tina a.k.a.SusanSto.Helit said:
poohbcarrot said:
Cheery said:
It's so silly, you couldn't believe it!
It's about a talking sponge who wears squarepants. Why can't you believe that? :laugh:
And he lives under the sea and has friends and enemies and lives a wonderful life as long as he doesn't leave the ocean. Nothing strange there. :laugh:
I don't watch it, but if a sponge lives under the sea, then would his sponginess soak up the sea and make him permanently damp? Are you sure it's square pants he wears and not a nappy??
Erm... you do know that sponges actually live under the sea... don't you? :laugh:
 

Catch-up

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Jul 26, 2008
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#16
I voted Love Him, but if there's a marathon going on it borders on Hate Him. My girls love watching it. Our youngest, who's 5, gets laughing so hard she just about passes out.

Bickaxe said:
Prefer Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends though, slightly odd, but hilarious
Yes!! :laugh: My all time favorite cartoon ever! (Cheese) 8) Samurai Jack used to be a close second when it was on.
 

Batty

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Feb 17, 2009
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#17
Tonyblack said:
Batty said:
Tina a.k.a.SusanSto.Helit said:
poohbcarrot said:
Cheery said:
It's so silly, you couldn't believe it!
It's about a talking sponge who wears squarepants. Why can't you believe that? :laugh:
And he lives under the sea and has friends and enemies and lives a wonderful life as long as he doesn't leave the ocean. Nothing strange there. :laugh:
I don't watch it, but if a sponge lives under the sea, then would his sponginess soak up the sea and make him permanently damp? Are you sure it's square pants he wears and not a nappy??
Erm... you do know that sponges actually live under the sea... don't you? :laugh:
Yes, thank you, Tony. :laugh: But Sponge Coral isn't actually a sponge. It is known to marine biologists as melithaea ochracea, and really has nothing to do with sponges. It just looks like a sponge.
Sponges that lead happy and productive lives under the sea do not wear pants, and therefore will not have wet, clingy material that could chafe their nether regions! ;)
 

Dotsie

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#18
His pants are square, therefore no chafing ;)
 
Apr 29, 2009
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#20
When you woke up this morning, did you expect to have a conversation about the chafing qualities (or not) of garments worn by undersea creatures?



:eek:
 

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