awesome ends with me ugly starts with u
me:cant argue with that logic
"mokeydokey" wrote:Well , there can two ways :
1. Spongebob shows Kindness to the world..
2. Squidward , learns from his mistakes and teaches us how he made it better or such...
1. I forgot... Sorry
Well, Mrs. Puff is extremely bad because remember in the episode "Demolition Derby" she wanted to harm spongebob.
Be yourself. Love yourself
And SpongeBob is unteachable too. :3
"mokeydokey" wrote:Well yeah but at the end , it needed up great sort of .... Spongebob didn't know he was in harm , and Mrs.Puff was back to normal...
Nobody is perfect and there are a lot of diverse personalities out there, spongebob definitely showing that. They do a good job of portraying a lot of situations in the real world as humorous and entertaining. As well as teaching kids valuable lessons without them realizing it.
I grew up watching it and I turned out just fine. ^_^
It's shows like the Simpsons that people should be concerned about kids watching.
I agree with number three. Three year olds watch Spongebob. Do they really need to see a squirrel in her underpants? And yes, Patrick is dumb, but Spongebob hasn't appeared to be much smarter in many cases. They both enjoy dancing with people in giant peanut suits, and neither of them have caught on to the fact that Squidward hates their guts. I agree it's a bad influence for younger children. However, I find it hillarious. xD