Spongebob Squarepants Blog ~ For the Blogging Competition

The (sort of) Official Spongebob Squarepants Blog! Written by the one and only, spongebobninja. 

Spongebob Squarepants! Yes, that yellow critter sponge who lives under the sea in a one of a kind Pineapple. Let me break this blog into parts to make it easier to navigate through!



1. Why I like love Spongebob

Ever since I was young, I had always loved Spongebob. Something about the show had just grabbed my attention. Each episode is different, and they have interesting story lines. Even the juicy krabby patties catch my attention! The characters are so funny and voiced amazingly! You know what I also love, when there's any particular scene and you just look at the fish behind and their expressions are just hilarious!!!


2. The Characters

There are a wide variety of characters under the sea, in Bikini Bottom! Here's my take on them (and the drawings):


Spongebob Squarepants: Spongebob is so loyal to his job! He always comes early, eager to work, even when not paid a nickel by cheap ol' Mr Krabs. 

Patrick Star: Patrick is one of a kind. His silliness makes the show more interesting! Patrick lives under a rock. All the things under his rock are made of sand....he is one kind of star!

Squidward Tentacles: Squidward is a clarinet music maestro, professional painter and great gardner. However, he does have one 'flaw'. He gets angry so easily, especially when Spongebob and Patrick are around! He has ended up living in between Spongebob and Patrick, the two most annoying people in the world he considers. I do feel sorry for him!

Mr Krabs: Or Mr. Cheapskate. Cheapest person I know of! He's so cheap he even becomes greedy at times, such as when Spongebob and patrick dug out the Dutchmans treasure. And Mr Krabs wanted all of it but he should've shared! Krabs also has a daughter whale called Pearl.

Plankton: This little fella is adorable. I mean, yes he is evil trying to steal the formula but he's been going at it forever and has never given up. That's the spirit, Plankton!



Thanks for reading! Here's some (very) useful advice before you go, from Spongebob:

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