Here are 25 of the creepiest hidden messages in SpongeBob Squarepants! Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant
SpongeBob Squarepants is one of the most successful animated television series out there. It has generated a whopping $13 billion over the years and is without a doubt one of Nickelodeon’s greatest successes. Created by marine science educator and animator Stephen Hillenburg, the show follows the lives of a couple of pals from Bikini Bottom with SpongeBob Squarepants himself at the wheel. While the gang gets themselves into all kinds of trouble through their wild escapades, the biggest trouble they get in is offscreen. Fans and critics of the show have pointed out that although the show is targeted at kids from ages six to eleven, there is a ton of adult humour that is far from age appropriate. Today, we will be look at 25 creepy hidden messages in the show and explaining where the animators went wrong. After rewatching some of the episodes, we are baffled that some of them got greenlit. The first theme that we will review that surfaces often is anatomy euphemisms. You might recall the scene where SpongeBob was buried under the sand except for his nose sticking out. Where Mr. Krabs approached him, he said that he “hoped it was his nose” suggesting he might be having a little too much fun in the sun. The young sponge also seems to have an affinity for putting underwear on his head and when pulled over his face, his nose looked very suggestive indeed. We’ll also be covering a multitude of adult jokes that will leave you shocked and appalled. Join us on the wild ride under the sea!
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