Spongebob And My Family

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In February of 2002 I was three, and my family and I had just settled into our new house in West Hempstead. I can still remember the smell of the newly painted walls, the freshly polished floor, and the twinkle of the TV. Are you ready kids “Aye Aye Captain” I can’t hear you “AYE AYE CAPTAIN!” This is the sound that filled me with joy. I plopped down in front of the TV, and on the screen appeared a porous, yellow sponge with square pants. Blue eyed, with three eyelashes on each eye, two prominent front teeth, three freckles on each cheek; he wore a shirt with a red tie, brown trousers held up by a black belt and black shoes.
I can recall the eagerness, the excitement, to watch each new episode every afternoon. Way, way down beneath the sea
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They can get mad at one another and make up just as quickly. For example, Patrick, telling SpongeBob it is easy being a fry cook, competes with SpongeBob in the games. They fight each other in a wrestling competition, where Mr. Krabs and Plankton try to convince their employees they are not really friends. In the end Patrick and SpongeBob become friends after they realize each of them has his underwear in the color of the other, and then they walk off into the sunset.
The relationship between Patrick and SpongeBob is something I long for. Patrick and SpongeBob taught me the importance of accepting others – and myself – for who we are. If we follow that rule eventually that special someone will come along, just like Patrick came along for SpongeBob, and be our best friend.
For years, I have spent my days watching this hilarious series. I watched SpongeBob irritate his next-door neighbor, go to work at the Krusty Krab and jelly fish with his best friend, Patrick Star. SpongeBob is my friend, my entertainer, and now my life coach. Now this may seem absurd because SpongeBob isn’t real, but if you think about it, this world would be a better place if he
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For example, in season four episode three, when SpongeBob thinks he's lost his beloved pet snail Gary, he accepts the lesson with his usual bravery saying, "You never really know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory." Moreover, SpongeBob taught me to remember my manners, especially in unpleasant situations. For example, in season one episode 18b, when the Eel sits on SpongeBob in the movie theater, instead of rudely screaming at the Eel, Spongebob says, “Excuse me, sir, but you’re sitting on my body, which is also my
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