The Krusty Krab is a fictional fast food restaurant in the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. It is famous for its signature burger, the Krabby Patty, the formula to which is a closely guarded trade secret.
Stupid, idiot, bottom-feeder barnacle-head, barnacles, kill, fish paste, tartar sauce, shrimp, dumb, moron and punk are frequently used. Darn, heck, ass, nipples, dang, gosh, crummy, crud, damn and butt are infrequently used. In later seasons, the word chum becomes a euphemism for the "s" word.
One of these OG Spongebob episodes was "Sailor Mouth." In the episode, Spongebob and Patrick discovered some "sentence enhancers," aka cuss words, that they could use to spice up their conversations. The cuss words were censored with sounds of dolphins and boat horns. It was amazing.
Many people would've believed that Bad Word Number Eleven is the "F" word, as in, in the words of Ralphie from A Christmas Story, the F--- word. But, maybe this bad word was in fact an "F" word, but the derogatory "F" word against men of the same-gender romance lifestyle.
He has, however, been involved in a controversy with some conservative social groups for allegedly promoting homosexuality, although Hillenburg has described the character as biologically asexual (as real-life sea sponges are).
Fart, as it turns out, is one of the oldest rude words we have in the language: Its first record pops up in roughly 1250, meaning that if you were to travel 800 years back in time just to let one rip, everyone would at least be able to agree upon what that should be called.
A new survey shows that the "f-word," or as it's most commonly known, the "f-bomb," is used the most by Americans when it comes to cuss words, according to a new study by Wordtips, but there's other words that are used more others depending on where you live.
Designed for children between the ages of 6 and 11, the show is rated TV-Y. While that rating indicates it is suitable for all children, there are some aspects parents should be aware of before they let their kids watch.
Several moments from the show's earlier seasons have resurfaced and been immortalized as memes in the last couple of years, including one still which shows SpongeBob and his best friend (or boyfriend?) Patrick both with limp wrists, foreshadowing this revelation by Nickelodeon.
In the episode "Sleepy Time," fans get a glimpse of SpongeBob's drivers license, which lists his birthday as July 14, 1986. Given the episode aired in 2000, this puts SpongeBob at 14 years old -- if the show's timeline aligns with the episode air dates, that is.
Robert "SpongeBob" Harold SquarePants Sr. (Born July 14, 1986) is the main character of the series as well as a sponge living in the fictional underwater town of Bikini Bottom. He was designed by marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg. He is voiced primarily by Tom Kenny.
Mental is a miniseries about the main SpongeBob cast struggling with various mental disorders as adults. Specifically, SpongeBob struggles with multiple personality disorder (MPD), Patrick struggles with binge eating disorder (BED), Sandy has Tourettes syndrome, and Squidward identifies as a walrus.
PG-13 movies are allowed one F-bomb -- so what are the BEST uses of the lone F-bomb in PG-13 movies? We compiled the best of the best and put them here for you to enjoy. Here are 10 moments in PG-13 movies that use their one granted F-word to maximum effect.
“I wouldn't advise watching such shows on the way to school or any time they're expected to pay attention and learn,” she said. Nickelodeon spokesman David Bittler disputed the findings and said “SpongeBob SquarePants” is aimed at kids aged 6-11, not 4.