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Mocking SpongeBob

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Mocking SpongeBob or Spongemock is a cartoon image of the character SpongeBob SquarePants to indicate a mocking tone towards a situation or point of view. The text that accompanies it is usually a mix of upper and lower case letters.

SpongeBob SquarePants in a chicken-like position

Origin

The image comes from the show SpongeBob SquarePants called “Little Yellow Book,” which aired on November 25th, 2012. In the episode, Squidward reads SpongeBob’s diary, where he discovers that whenever SpongeBob sees plaid, he acts like a chicken. It's first known appearance as a meme was on May 4th, 2017 when Twitter user @OGBEARD posted a screenshot of the scene with the caption “How i stare back at little kids when they stare for too long.” The tweet has received more than 73,000 retweets and 147,300 likes in five days.

SpongeBob as a chicken

Examples

I want to speak to your manager Dont use that weird spongebob mocking meme

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