SpongeBob Memes

Mocking SpongeBob, often known as Spongemock, is an image macro based on the television character SpongeBob Square Pants in which people mock a worldview or point of view by using a picture of SpongeBob.

SpongeBob Memes
SpongeBob Memes

The picture of SpongeBob in this episode is from the animation comedy series SpongeBob SquarePants’ episode “Little Yellow Book,” which premiered on November 25th, 2012. Squidward reads SpongeBob’s notes in this episode and finds that anytime SpongeBob sees plaid, he acts like a chicken.

SpongeBob Memes
SpongeBob Memes

On May 4th, 2017, the scenario was used as a meme for the first time. A Twitter user uploaded a screenshot of SpongeBob acting like a chicken with the caption “How I glance back at young kids when they stare for too long.”. In just five days, the tweet has earned over 73,000 retweets and 147,300 likes.

SpongeBob Memes
SpongeBob Memes

SpongeBob Meme Face:

SpongeBob Meme Face
SpongeBob Meme Face

It’s difficult to spend a day without seeing someone on Twitter ridiculing Spongebob. It’s one of the simplest memes because it doesn’t require any superimposed text. Kenny tells TIME that Spongebob’s sarcastic, critical Face says it all, and it’s his personal favorite.

SpongeBob Meme Face
SpongeBob Meme Face

Because Spongebob was physically acting like a chicken in the episode from which this image was taken, it’s also known as the Spongebob chicken meme. “Little Yellow Book,” the episode, first aired in 2012.

SpongeBob Meme Face
SpongeBob Meme Face

The meme is now being used in a new way, in addition to the facial expression: repeating phrases with alternating capital letters. For those unfamiliar with the meme, Know Your Meme describes it as a “call-and-response” meme that first appeared on Twitter in 2017. According to the initial original user, @OGBEARD, the image was accompanied by the words “How I gaze back at tiny kids when they stare for too long.”

SpongeBob Mocking Meme:

SpongeBob Mocking Meme
SpongeBob Mocking Meme

A real-life reproduction of the Mocking SpongeBob meme by a guy dressed in business clothing is known as Human Mocking SpongeBob. The image, which was first shared on the Facebook page Corporate Bro in June 2017, garnered a lot of attention after a meme based on it became popular in September 2018.

SpongeBob Mocking Meme
SpongeBob Mocking Meme

The Mocking┬áSpongeBob meme was inspired by a clip from SpongeBob SquarePants’ season nine episode “Little Yellow Book,” which transformed SpongeBob into an angry lecturing figure (impersonating a chicken, no less) who looked to be criticizing and/or mocking anything invisible.

Sad SpongeBob Meme:

Sad SpongeBob Meme
Sad SpongeBob Meme

SpongeBob SquarePants with an exaggerated, tearful expression is known as Sad SpongeBob/Spunchbop. The image was ironically used in the early 2020s through short video formats on TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube, as well as parodies using various characters across various media.

Sad SpongeBob Meme
Sad SpongeBob Meme

The image is from the episode “Christmas Who?” from SpongeBob SquarePants, which first aired on December 6, 2000. After Squidward shatters SpongeBob’s hopes for an undersea Christmas, he is forced to pose for a photo in front of his coral Christmas tree, resulting in the exaggerated, tearful photo.

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In late 2020 and early 2021, the image was used ironically on TikTok as a visual accompaniment to loud sound effects such as the Vine Thud/Boom and Fart + Extra Reverb. On February 8th, 2021, Twitter user @leosleepy uploaded a spoof of the 19-dollar Fortnite Card, which received over 5,000 likes.

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