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Mocking SpongeBob

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Updated Jan 10, 2024 at 03:13PM EST by Zach.

Added May 09, 2017 at 04:33PM EDT by Matt.

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About

Mocking SpongeBob, also known as Spongemock, refers to an image macro featuring cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants in which people use a picture of SpongeBob to indicate a mocking tone towards an opinion or point of view.

Origin

The image of SpongeBob used for this series comes from the episode of the animated comedy series SpongeBob SquarePants called "Little Yellow Book," which first aired on November 25th, 2012.[1] In the episode, Squidward reads SpongeBob's diary, where he discovers that whenever SpongeBob sees plaid, he acts like a chicken.



The earliest iteration of the scene being used as a meme occurred on May 4th, 2017. Twitter user @OGBEARD[2] posted a screenshot of the scene where SpongeBob acts like a chicken with the caption "How i stare back at little kids when they stare for too long." The tweet (shown below) has received more than 73,000 retweets and 147,300 likes in five days.


Tweet by @OGBEARD joking how he stares back at little kids when they stare for too long, with the now-famous picture of spongebob pouting with a hooked nose


Spread

On May 5th, Twitter user @lexysaeyang[4] posted the same screenshot (shown below), adding a call-and-response element to the meme, creating the effect that SpongeBob's face and the alternation of uppercase and lowercase text represents a mocking tone. The tweet, which put the SpongeBob picture next to a picture of a bird with arms, received more than 37,100 retweets and 86,600 likes.


I don't even know her like that mocking spongebob meme next to bird with arms as how the BF sounds when he says that, which spawned the spread of this meme


On May 6th, Twitter user @DaniLevyyy[3] posted a variation on the meme (shown below), which removed the second picture, and made a single image macro with the caption "Americans: I need healthcare because I have cancer and I'm dying. Republicans: I NeEd hEaLtHcArE bEcAuSe I hAvE caNcEr aNd iM dYinG." The tweet received more than 86,900 retweets and 208,400 likes.

In the coming days, Several news sites published pieces on the meme, including The Daily Dot,[5] Crave,[7] Teen Vogue[8] and Mashable.[6]


Mocking spongebob meme by Twitter user @DaniLevyyy about how Americans sound when they complain they need healthcare when they have cancer

Human Mocking SpongeBob

Human Mocking SpongeBob refers to a real-life recreation of the Mocking SpongeBob meme by a man dressed in office attire. Originally posted by Facebook[9] page Corporate Bro in June 2017, the photograph received significant spread as a reaction after a meme based on it received viral spread in September 2018.


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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Appearance

On September 9th, 2021, the gameplay trailer for Nickelodeon All Star Brawl revealed that Mocking SpongeBob would be SpongeBob's taunt animation.



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Mocking Spongebob meme about filling out FAFSA forms and saying that books and tuition are expensive mocking spongebob meme about making fun of someone who tells you not to use that meme Mocking Spongebob meme about when someone uses the MY PHONE DIED excuse on you

Mocking Spongebob meme about when he leaves you on delivered all night then says good morning beautiful the next day Mocking Spongebob meme about when someone says they want to see that meme one more time Mocking Spongebob meme making fun of people who ask why someone is using that format of meme

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